The New York Giants became another one of the many teams to have a player fall victim to a season ending injury Saturday in their preseason opener against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
During the second half wide receiver Kris Adams slipped during a play and ended up stepping on the foot of Steelers cornerback Josh Victorian when he tried to right himself. His left foot ended up...
New York Giants wide receiver Kri Adams suffered fractured leg during Saturday night’s preseason win over the Steelers.
WR Kris Adams suffered a fractured lower leg, according to the Giants. #NYG
— Ralph Vacchiano (@RVacchianoNYDN) August 11, 2013
Adams is a third year receiver that went undrafted in 2011. He was on the Colts active roster in 2012.
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The New York Giants have signed wide receiver Kris Adams and cornerback Antonio Dennard to reserve/future contracts.
Adams began last season with Indianapolis and had a pair of 13-yard receptions in the season-opener against the Bears. He was waived on Oct. 6 and spent the rest of the season on the Colts' practice squad. After a career at Texas-El Paso, Adams landed on practice...
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January 15, 2013
Offensive tackle Tony Hills was elevated from the practice squad by the Indianapolis Colts, who waived wide receiver Kris Adams. Hills, 6-5, 304 pounds, is a fifth-year veteran who began his career with the Pittsburgh Steelers before playing for the Denver Broncos in 2011. He joined the Colts' practice squad Sept. 18.
During the 2012 preseason there will be certain players that we'll go back and specifically watch for during the games, trying to get a feel for who will help this team in 2012, and who needs to go home. Prior to the first preseason game against St. Louis, I shared eight players that I would be watching during the game, all eight of which will be reviewed extensively on Colts...
The Colts announced on Tuesday that they have waived LB Kevin Eagan - who decided to leave the team - and signed free agent WR Kris Adams (Bears, Rams, Vikings). I know this is a fringe transaction, and will likely be meaningless within weeks. But with 10 other wide receivers already on the team, and an ongoing dearth of talent at safety and corner, this move is a head-scratcher for me.
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. The Minnesota Vikings made a pair of minor moves to change some of the depth along its offensive line.
Minnesota signed guard Tyler Holmes, a rookie from Tulsa, on Monday, waiving wide receiver Kris Adams. Holmes had participated in the Vikings' rookie mini-camp on a tryout a week ago. A day later, the team added rookie offensive tackle Kevin Murphy from...