Found November 18, 2011 on
The Blue Screen:
At least one of Thursday's missing B's was back at practice on Friday. As expected, LB Michael Boley (hamstring) and RB Ahmad Bradshaw (foot) were not on the field. All signs point to both players missing Sunday's game, although Boley, in sweats and a hoodie, was watching the defensive unit ...
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With Michael Boley doubtful thanks to a hamstring injury, Herzlich will likely see his first defensive snaps in the NFL on Sunday
New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw and linebacker Michael Boley were held out of practice on Wednesday. Bradshaw is still out due to a cracked bone in his foot. Giants head coach Tom Coughlin indicated that he’s making progress, but we won’t know if he’ll play against the Eagles on Sunday, until later in [...]
http://www.giants.com/news-and-blogs/article-1/RB-Bradshaw-aims-for-return/833e6fa6-98b1-4300-8499-2e99a8a78b5cRB Ahmad Bradshaw hasn't ruled out playing against the Eagles but told the media he will be out there against the Saints next weekBy Michael Eisen - Giants.com 11/17/11
The Eagles aren’t the only team on Sunday Night Football this week dealing with a fresh wave of injuries. The Giants are expected to be without linebacker Michael Boley, according to Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News. Running back Ahmad Bradshaw is expected to miss his third straight game according to Mike Garafolo…
According to Mike Garafolo of the Newark Star-Ledger, New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw will more then likely miss this week’s game against the Eagles. You can once again expect to see Brandon Jacobs get the start and DJ Ware coming in to relieve him. Bradshaw indicated today that he hasn’t ruled out playing [...]
Aiming for game vs. Saints next week
Giants linebacker Michael Boley said he is still “holding out hope” that he will recover from his hamstring injury in time to face the Eagles on Sunday. But that doesn’t seem likely , and that could mean that rookie Mark Herzlich sees his first action — and possibly his first start — on defense.
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As the Eagles (3-6) limp into town down Michael Vick and Jeremy Maclin, some may view this game as a gimmie.
That would be the wrong approach to view this game. Don’t expect any sympathy from the Giants, who have battled their own string of injuries (add Michael Boley to the list this week), and they should take this opportunity to bury the struggling Eagles-but it won’t be easy...