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New York Giants safety Kenny Phillips told ESPN New York on Friday that his $30,000 unnecessary roughness fine from September was overturned and is expected to play Sunday. Phillips was fined for a hit against Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Vincent Jackson on a pass play that did not draw a penalty flag on Sept. 16. Phillips has not played since Sept. 30 when he sprained an MCL against the Philadelphia Eagles. Phillips practiced on a limited basis all week and expects to play Sunday night against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday night.
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New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw is going to suit
up this weekend against the Green Bay Packers despite appearing on the team’s
injury report for another week, while safety Kenny Phillips and linebacker
Keith Rivers are questionable to play.
The Giants continue to follow a routine with Bradshaw. The
running back is included on the team’s injury report, he usually...
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The last player to hit a home run for the New York Giants before they moved has died.
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