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NFL Injury Report:
While New York Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks and
defensive lineman Jason Pierre-Paul were able to return to practice Thursday,
running back Ahmad Bradshaw was once again sidelined due to lingering knee and
foot injuries, reports Kieran Darcy of ESPN New York. Beyond Bradshaw,
cornerback Prince Amukamara (hamstring), safety Kenny Phillips (knee) and
linebacker Michael Boley (back) also missed practice for a second consecutive
Coach Tom Coughlin said there was no update on Bradshaw's
status for Sunday's game against the Falcons. As for Phillips, Coughlin said,
"I really don’t know what to comment on that. He was back and then
obviously had a setback, and now he’s working his way back again."
No players have been ruled out for the contest at this
point, but today’s status of the four players that have been sidelined throughout
the week will go a long way in determining whether or not they’ll suit up
against the Atlanta Falcons.
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New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw did not practice Wednesday and his status for Sunday's game at the Atlanta Falcons is uncertain. Bradshaw's practice time is routinely monitored due to a chronic foot issue, but he also suffered a sprained knee in the Giants' 52-27 victory over the New Orleans Saints last Sunday. "I'm not going to rule him out of...
The New York Giants will be missing running back Ahmad Bradshaw in Sunday's game against Atlanta. Coach Tom Coughlin said Friday that Bradshaw's sprained knee, suffered last Sunday in a win over New Orleans, will keep the Giants' leading rusher off the field. Bradshaw missed practices throughout the week. In Bradshaw's absence, rookie David wilson is expected...
Ahmad Bradshaw suffered a knee sprain during the Giants drubbing of the Saints. Luckily for the Giants they draft as well or better than any team in the NFL and they were prepared. David Wilson stepped and broke records with his rushing and special teams performance. It's looking very likely that Bradshaw will be at best limited and at worst sidelined for Week 15.
Giants receiver Hakeem Nicks (knee) returned to practice Thursday. SOURCE: Jenny Vrentas, Newark Star-LedgerFantasy Spin:Nicks caught four passes for 67 yards and a score Sunday against the Saints. He's certainly not at 100 percent but should be able to play against Atlanta this week.
The New York Giants will play a critical game Sunday afternoon against the Atlanta Falcons without their leading rusher.
Giants coach Tom Coughlin confirmed that Ahmad Bradshaw will not play Sunday due to lingering knee and foot problems.
''It would have been a reach for him to be ready,'' Coughlin said of Bradshaw, who was spotted with his knee heavily wrapped...
Giants coach Tom Coughlin says he has not ruled running back Ahmad Bradshaw out from Sunday's matchup in Atlanta, despite a knee injury.
But Bradshaw, injured vs. New Orleans last Sunday, missed practice on Wednesday, and Coughlin kept open the possibility that rookie backup David Wilson could start against the Falcons (11-2).
''I'm not going to talk about the percentages...
The New York Giants will be without running back Ahmad Bradshaw who is dealing with an injury to his knee and foot. Rookie David Wilson will make his first start at running back. Bradshaw had not practiced all week. In limited playing time, Wilson has 211 yards on the ground and three touchdowns.
Earlier this season, Falcons wide receiver Roddy White claimed that Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz is only a slot receiver and that he can’t play on the outside with the “big boys”. He also claimed that he and Julio Jones are the best receiver tandem in the league.
Cruz stated that he didn’t care about White’s comments because he now has a Super Bowl ring.
New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw and safety Kenny
Phillips are among the players that have been ruled out for this weekend’s
contest against the Atlanta Falcons, while wide receiver Hakeem Nicks and
defensive lineman Jason Pierre-Paul are expected to suit up.
Coach Tom Coughlin told reporters yesterday that sitting
Bradshaw was the “only wise move.”
I am looking specifically at the guys that went in the first couple of rounds because those are the injuries that hurt most. Disappointments, duds, $#&*, call them what you will as I present you the most devastating injuries of the 2012 fantasy football season.
At this time of year, everyone’s hurt. And the like the saying runs, “If you’re not hurt, you’re not playing.” You can imagine all the haggling with the insurance companies that the Doc has to do with these injury reports.
Let’s take a look at who’s all banged up and how they will impact you in your quest for fantasy victory.
Ahmad Bradshaw of the Giants (foot, knee...