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Mark Herzlich has defied the odds for much of his football-playing career, so overcoming challenges is nothing new to him. His latest challenge is a testament to the hurdles he cleared in the past. Herzlich famously overcame cancer while playing linebacker at Boston College. His journey back to football has been well-documented, but just returning to football wasn't enough for Herzlich. He defied the odds again when he signed with the New York Giants as undrafted free agent earlier this year. He now finds himself trying to earn more playing time with the Giants, a challenge that he is of...
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http://www.nj.com/giants/index.ssf/2011/10/giants_ramses_barden_now_healt.htmlGiants wide receiver Ramses Barden, who has been recovering from leg surgery, has practiced twice this week.By Mike Garafolo - Star Ledger 10/27/11
New York Giants linebacker Mark Herzlich's inspirational story of how he defied the odds, overcoming cancer to play in the NFL, will be aired on "60 Minutes" this Sunday evening.
Brandon Jacobs is tired of playing tag-team with Ahmad Bradshaw in the New York Giants backfield and—in an interview with "Men's Fitness" magazine—said he feels disrespected by the team and doesn't expect to be back with the Giants next year.
The disgruntled running back has seen his role with the Giants diminish over the past few seasons and has previously...
Brandon Jacobs was back at practice today. But that doesn't mean he's happy. And that’s why he likely won’t be back with the Giants after his contract expires, according to an article that appears on the Men’s Fitness website today.
Jacobs told the magazine that he hasn’t yet had a “true ...
Who said Giants defensive end Justin Tuck doesn't have a soft side. Tuck met with second-graders yesterday in Manhattan to read them a book and talk to them about how to have a healthy Halloween.
Justin Tuck, Brandon Jacobs in action
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/911401-dolphins-vs-giants-3-reasons-not-to-take-miami-lightlyBy Jeff Shull - Bleacher Report 10/26/11
Doesn't think he tires as game goes on
The days of New York Giants defensive lineman Justin Tuck standing on the
sidelines waving a towel to pump up the crowd appear to be over, and
that bodes well for the team.
Jason Pierre-Paul could rush from one side, and Justin Tuck could fly in from the other. Or Pierre-Paul and Osi Umenyiora could harass the passer. Or Umenyiora and Tuck could do it. Or even better all three defensive ends could chase the QB at once.
The Daily News Live crew provides their “Five at Five” about the Giants’ upcoming game vs Miami…
The Miami Dolphins make their second trip to New Jersey in three weeks to play the New York Giants this Sunday at 1:00 Eastern. The Dolphins currently sit at 0-6, and rank near the bottom of most statistical categories. They average 15 points a … [visit site to read more]Who Are The ‘Fins? - GMEN HQ - GMEN HQ - A NY Giants Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.