The Redskins’ inactives today are headlined by Brian Orakpo, the team’s leading pass rusher [10 sacks] and WR Joshua Morgan, a starter-then-backup-then starter at wide receiver. OLB Rob Jackson will start in place of Orakpo, as he did for 14 games in 2012. Aldrick Robinson will start in place of Morgan, who was only starting himself because of the season-ending knee injury suffered...
Detroit Lions cornerback Bill Bentley was being evaluated for a head injury after a scary collision in the second quarter against the New York Giants on Sunday.
Bentley was trying unsuccessfully to prevent a touchdown pass to Jerrel Jernigan when Detroit teammate Louis Delmas appeared to catch him in the head with his arm. Bentley was down for a while, but he was able to walk off...
Via AP on Fox
December 22, 2013
Here are the seven players who will not take the field when the Giants play the Packers today.
QB Ryan Nassib
CB Corey Webster
RB Peyton Hillis
LB Allen Bradford
OL Dallas Reynolds
DT Markus Kuhn
TE Adrien Robinson
Obviously, the name that stands out is Peyton Hillis. It looks like rather than have a crowded running back field...
The Giants have listed their seven inactive players for today's game against the Eagles. Here are the seven guys that the Giants will be without on game day:
QB Ryan Nassib
RB David Wilson
CB Jayron Hosley
RB Brandon Jacobs
C Dallas Reynolds
TE Adrien Robinson
DT Shaun Rogers
The big name on the list is Brandon Jacobs who will miss...
Tonight the New York Giants inactives are as follows: RB Brandon Jacobs (hamstring) RB David Wilson (neck) CB Jayron Hosley (hamstring) QB Ryan Nassib S Cooper Taylor (shoulder) TE Adrien Robinson (foot) DT Johnathan Hankins To me the biggest surprise is Johnathan Hankins. It just goes to show you how deep the Giants are at […]
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According to Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News, 15 players are listed on the Giants injury report to kick off this week.
Holy cow! There are 15 players on the Giants' pre-practice injury report today. … Give me a few minutes to type it up.
— Ralph Vacchiano (@RVacchianoNYDN) October 2, 2013
That’s ver 28 percent of the Giants roster.
That's 28.3% of the...
The Giants' final injury report of the week shows a good amount of starters will miss Sunday's game. Not good for a Giants' team that desperately needs a win.
The offensive line will be in trouble this week. Both David Baas and Chris Snee are out. The Giants had hoped David Diehl would be back in time for the game, but he is listed as doubtful.
Backup tight end...
The New York Giants have downgraded cornerback Corey Webster from doubtful to out for tomorrow’s game against the Panthers.
Corey Webster downgraded to out for Giants. He joins David Diehl and Adrien Robinson as out vs Carolina. Aaron Ross could start for Webster
— Ohm Youngmisuk (@NotoriousOHM) September 21, 2013
Aaron Ross will likely get the start in place of Webster.
For the first time in three seasons, Eli Manning isn't searching for tight ends at training camp.
The free agent signing of Brandon Myers has given the New York Giants their first legitimate pass-catching tight end since Kevin Boss. The emergence of second-year pro Adrien Robinson in camp seemingly has increased the number to two.
It wasn't that way when Boss left after...
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The 2013 New York Giants appear to be at a bit of a crossroads. From Super Bowl champions in 2012 to missing the post season altogether last year, the franchise is entering into a new era as training camp looms for this season.
Important franchise players like Ahmad Bradshaw and Chris Canty have been cut, Osi Umenyiora has bolted for the Falcons and the...
Giants tight ends coach Mike Pop told ESPNNewYork.com that he likes what he’s seen from second-year tight end Adrien Robinson already this year.
“Adrien Robinson appears to have gone into the land of the believers,” Pope said recently. “And yes he has been making some good progress. He is doing a lot of the assignment things correctly. Now we have to get him to adjust to...
For the Giants: WR Ramses Barden, TE Travis Beckum, DE Adewale Ojomo, SS Kenny Phillips, TE Adrien Robinson, DB Tyler Sash, DE Justin Tuck
For the Ravens: WR Tandon Doss, DT Bryan Hall, G Ramon Harewood, OLB Albert McClellan, SS Bernard Pollard, WR Deonte Thompson and G Bobbie Williams
As the defending Super Bowl Champion Giants get set to start another season, I wanted to examine the TE position and particularly the two main players; Martellus Bennett and Adrien Robinson. If all goes well and if you believe everything you read, the Giants could have the most explosive TE tandem in the NFL. However; in reality you’re dealing with a player in Bennett who has underachieved...
With the New York Giants Mini-camp underway (May 11-13), a lot is expected from the Giants top 3 selections in the 2012 Draft: (RB) David Wilson, (WR) Rueben Randle and (CB) Jayron Hosley.
Aside from these top three prospects, I have compiled my top 5 rookies who I feel might make an impact in 2012 or even beyond.
My selections were based on where they were drafted, overall ability...
The Giants have opened rookie minicamp with all seven of their draft picks signed.
New York also announced Friday that they signed eight rookie free agents.
The draft picks are running back David Wilson (Virginia Tech), receiver Rueben Randle (LSU), cornerback Jayron Hosley (Virginia Tech), tight end Adrien Robinson (Cincinnati), offensive linemen Brandon Mosley (Auburn) and Matt...
Via AP on Fox
May 11, 2012
Running back David Wilson signed a four-year deal with the Giants. Financial terms were not available. The Giants have also signed or agreed to terms with tight end Adrien Robinson (4th round), offensive tackles Matt McCants (6th) and Brandon Mosley (4th) and cornerback Jayron Hosley (3rd). Wide receiver Ruben Randle (2nd) and defensive tackle Markus Kuhn (7th) are the Giants...
The Super Bowl Champs sat at 32 with a plethora of options, what they did with that 32nd pick wasn’t that surprising, but the fact that they were able to do so well, at the end of every round was what was so shocking.
Not that the Giants are bad at drafting, on the contrary they usually do very well, but the fact that they were able to get such high end talent without moving at...
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