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Wes Welker (credits below) With tremendous thanks to Brett Talley (@therealTAL) for filling in for me the past few weeks, herewith is Week Nine’s Sit/Start: QB Start: Matt Cassel, Kansas City The Dolphins are not bad – they’ve been tied or ahead in almost every game this year – but they do tend to give up a lot of air yards (including 345 to Eli Manning last week). And...
New England Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker missed Wednesday's practice due to a neck injury.It was unclear when Welker suffered the injury, although the Boston Herald noted that Welker took a blow to the head by Pittsburgh's Troy Polamalu in Sunday's game.The 30-year-old Welker has an NFL-high 57 receptions for 824 yards and six touchdowns this season.
Jim MancariBGB Assistant EditorWhen reports broke Thursday that Ahmad Bradshaw would be out indefinitely with a broken bone in his foot, the entire New York Giants fanbase let out a groan. Our dynamic running back, who is a major part of the offense, would be missing time, starting with the most important game of the most important stretch of the season. However, when looking at...
The Giants' already feeble running game took another hit Thursday when it was announced that Ahmad Bradshaw suffered a stress fracture in his right foot last Sunday against the Dolphins. Bradshaw, the team's starter and leading rusher, could decide to play through his injury, as he did in 2009, when he had a stress fracture in each foot and bone spurs in his ankle. Or he...
New York Giants safety Antrel Rolle doesn't seem too worried about New England Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker.
Although Welker has an NFL-leading 57 receptions for 824 yards this season, Rolle doesn't have an answer why the diminutive wideout is giving other NFL defensive backs fits this season.
"I don't know. You've got to ask those guys he's giving...
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/924138-fantasy-football-sleeper-could-a-surprise-replacement-for-ahmad-bradshad-emergeBy Eric Stashin - Bleacher Report 11/3/11
Giants safety Antrel Rolle says he has nothing to fear when he lines up against Patriots receiver Wes Welker on Sunday. Asked if he can handle Welker in his usual role of covering the opposing team’s slot receiver, Rolle said, “I can handle anything.” Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News writes that when…
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) -- New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw does not need surgery to repair a broken bone in his right foot.
Ahmad Bradshaw has a broken foot. You’d think he’d be out for the season, right? Not so fast. The New York Giants think he’ll play again in 2011. In fact, the Giants haven’t counted him out for Sunday’s game against the New England Patriots.
Bradshaw got hurt last week against the Miami Dolphins. He left the game for a while but later returned to action. Obviously, Bradshaw...
A person familiar with the injury says New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw has a broken bone in his foot and might not play Sunday's game against the New England Patriots. Bradshaw broke the bone in last Sunday's win over Miami, says the person who spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity Thursday because the team had not disclosed the injury.
Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw won’t undergo surgery on his cracked foot, but he is going to sit out at least one game. The Giants downgraded Bradshaw, wide receiver Hakeem Nicks (knee), and center David Baas (knee) to out after they didn’t travel with the team to New England. That’s the bad news, although it’s…
As we all know, the division-leading Giants (5-2) are in Foxborough to take on the New England Patriots. They will be without several key players including RB Ahmad Bradshaw, WR Hakeem Nicks, C David Baas and possibly DE Jason Pierre-Paul. The Patriots sport the NFL’s top receiver in Wes Welker, who will play today after being questionable all week with a neck issue.