Found August 30, 2012 on Giants Football Today:
New York Giants cornerback Prince Amukamara will likely miss next week’s season opener.  He believes he’ll have a better shot of playing in week two. “I’m thinking Week 2 is more promising, but I want Week 1 to be promising as well,” Amukamara said of his high ankle sprain per Tom Rock of Newsday. “They haven’t told me yes, they haven’t told me no.” The Giants have a lot of injuries at the cornerback position, but I believe Michael Coe will doe fine starting in Amukamara’s place.

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