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PSU scandal hits home for vet McKenzieCHARLES WENZELBERG/NEW YORK POSTSAD DAY: Penn State alum Kareem McKenzie said he hopes the sexual abuse scandal does not ruin coach Joe Paterno’s legacy.By Mark Cannizzaro - NY Post 11/10/11
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Running back Ahmad Bradshaw is still unable to practice on his broken right foot, and there remains a possibility that he will have to miss a second straight game.
The injured running back is "better," according to Tom Coughlin, but he still hasn't been cleared to return to the field and it's ...
Are you ready for the second half of the 2011 NFL season? Do you think you can handle the adrenaline rush from the multitude of clutch comebacks? Or, for that matter, the overwhelming depression of staggering defeats?If you answered, “Yes!” to these questions, then you are a true BLUE football fan! Let’s get it started! Week 10, or weak 10 for some teams around the league,...
The Giants are still buzzing from their win over New England, but suddenly a new reality id facing them: they have to travel cross-country this week to play the 7-1 San Francisco 49ers. The Niners are a team that can force the Giants play into their hands. The run the ball well and keep it out of the hands of Eli Manning. They also stop the run with the best of them, forcing the...
Keefe To The City: Giants, Jets Just Getting Started « CBS New York(Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)By Neil Keefe - CBSNewYork.com 11/10/11
http://www.nj.com/giants/index.ssf/2011/11/giants_know_6-2_start_nfc_east.htmlWilliam Perlman/The Star-LedgerGiants defensive end Dave Tollefson and free safety Antrel Rolle celebrate last Sunday's win over New England as Patriots quarterback Tom Brady walks off the field at Gillette StadiumBy Mike Vorkunov - Star Ledger 11/10/11
http://www.giants.com/news-and-blogs/article-1/Return-Game-could-see-change/60f7c758-7f58-4548-aedf-f1de57c22da3The Giants could give RB Da'Rel Scott a chance to return kicks against the 49ersBy Dan Salomone - Giants.com 11/10/11
NFL Turning Point, VERSUS’ weekly show co-produced by NFL Films and the NBC Sports Group, will move to Wednesday nights beginning tomorrow at 10 p.m. ET.
The weekly show focuses on the crucial ‘turning point’ in several games for football fans each week in a more in-depth way than ever before by utilizing NFL Films’ unmatched cinematography and sideline and on-field audio...
For the second straight day, Justin Tuck’s name was not on the injury report, and those are the only two days that has happened all season long.