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http://www.giants.com/news-and-blogs/article-1/Inside-the-Numbers/a39358ae-2743-44da-9660-ec0a319bbae5WR Hakeem Nicks’ career-high 162-yard game vs. the Cardinals was the eighth time he has had at least 100 receiving yards. That ties him with Jeremy Shockey and Ike Hilliard for seventh place on the Giants’ career list. Check out more Giants stats in Inside the Numbers.By Michael Eisen - Giants.com 10/4/11
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All week we heard about the great receiver we going to witness in the Giants-Cardinals game. His name is Larry Fitzgerald and he is possibly headed to the Hall of Fame.
On the Giants’ sideline, they have superstar of their own. His name is Hakeem Nicks. Yesterday, he did what Arizona fans are accustomed to what Fitzgerald usually does.
Fitzgerald had eight catches for 102 yards...
Tight end Jeremy Shockey could be the latest Carolina Panther to miss a game with a concussion.
Shockey was held out of practice Wednesday and coach Ron Rivera says he will be reevaluated Thursday. Since Week 2, the Panthers have had one starter each week out with a concussion.
Offensive lineman Jeff Otah missed Carolina's second game, safety Charles Godfrey missed Week 3 and...
http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/giants/2011/10/03/2011-10-03_reese__co_feel_super_after_razing_arizona.htmlTom Coughlin orchestrates another comeback in Arizona - the site of the famous Super Bowl XLII win over then-undefeated New England in 2008 - but this one against the Cardinals.By Tim Smith - NY Dailynews 10/3/11
Carolina Panthers tight end Jeremy Shockey said he expects to play in Sunday's game against the New Orleans Saints despite a mild concussion.
Shockey returned to practice Thursday and said he is looking forward to suiting up versus his former team. He still must be cleared by doctors.
Shockey, in his first season in Carolina, spent three seasons with the Saints. He has 11 catches...
http://www.nj.com/giants/index.ssf/2011/10/giants_kicker_lawrence_tynes_t.htmlGiants wide receiver Victor Cruz jumps on the back of wide receiver Hakeem Nicks after Nicks scored a go-ahead touchdown late in the fourth quarter of today's win against the Cardinals.By Mike Garafolo - Star Ledger 10/3/11
http://www.nypost.com/p/sports/giants/finishing_cool_Vgvb7ZfKEVMeZExIPfeTcJIN THE 'ZONA: Hakeem Nicks (88) celebrates a touchdown with teammates (from left) Jake Ballard, Ahmad Bradshaw and Victor Cruz in the Giants' come-from-behind 31-27 triumph over the Cardinals Sunday.By Paul Schwartz - NY Post 10/4/11
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http://www.giants.com/news-and-blogs/article-1/Humble-Reception/e805817d-12e3-46fe-9855-d99028646584The WR position has become a flashy one in the NFL. But WR Hakeem Nicks is quietly becoming a rising star -- and he prefers it that way.By Michael Eisen - Giants.com 10/6/11
The Panthers put up over 500 yards of offense on the Bears Sunday, but they lost in part because they couldn’t take advantage of their chances in the second half of the game. They were in scoring position three straight times to start the second half, and only ended up with three points. The Bears…
During his eight-year career, New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning has been under extreme scrutiny for almost all of it. That’s what happens when you play in front of the New York media. Although Manning has struggled, indeed, throughout his career, there is something certain about the Super Bowl XLII most-valuable player: he knows how to win games. From the smallest stage,...
(By Ron Green Jr., email@example.com) Panthers head coach Ron Rivera said he has asked the NFL for an explanation of the offensive pass interference call against tight end Jeremy Shockey Sunday that nullified what would have been a go-ahead touchdown in the third quarter of the Panthers' 34-29 loss at Chicago.Shockey asked for an explanation after the game and...
(BY Joseph Person, firstname.lastname@example.org) Jeremy Shockey is still trying to figure out the NFL's new concussion protocol, which allowed Michael Vick to play after his concussion but kept other players on the sideline.But the Panthers' first-year tight end knows this much: He doesn't want to miss Sunday's game against New Orleans, which cut him after last season.
Mario Manningham said last week that he liked the trio of receivers the Giants have in himself, Hakeem Nicks and Victor Cruz. Little did he know that by the end of the Cardinals game he'd be the third wheel.
This is for the Cowboy fans who drafted based on their hearts during your fantasy drafts. I usually draft at least one Cowboy each year regardless, but this year was the exception. I was high on drafting Dez Bryant this year, but he was snatched up before I made my third pick. I should have been torn because my third pick ended up being Hakeem Nicks from the Giants. How could I?...