The Giants downgraded Webster because of a hip injury. He will not make the trip to Charlotte, N.C.
Relatively speaking, the New York Football Giants head into Sunday’s contest with the Carolina Panthers healthy. Both teams are winless (0-2) to start the 2013 NFL season, and the loser of this game may have their playoff hopes fatally damaged.
The Giants are ready to rally behind heartbroken coach Tom Coughlin after the unexpected death of his only brother, John.
Carolina has some major injury concerns in the secondary as they prepare to host Eli Manning and the Giants on Sunday in a game crucial for both 0-2 teams.
The Carolina Panthers have been a victim of early season bad luck, while the New York Football Giants have been a victim of their own poor play. Can the Giants defense slow down the Panthers Cam Newton and Steve Smith, in order to get their first win of the young season?
The last time an NFL team made the playoffs after starting 0-2 was in 2008. In the last four seasons, though, 0-2 has been the kiss of death.
Every fantasy owner wants to know the sleepers. With that in mind, who will emerge as the bigger fantasy sleeper: DeAngelo Williams or Bilal Powell?
Carolina quarterback Cam Newton has the statistics of a superstar. Now he wants the wins to prove he belongs in the elite class of quarterbacks.
Despite playing for four different teams in his 12-year NFL career, safety Deon Grant has decided to retire as a New York Giant.
New York Giants linebacker Dan Connor is on track to resolve a criminal case for having a switchblade in his luggage at a Philadelphia airport.
Controversy from within is one thing, and heaven knows the Jets generate plenty of that. But when somebody from the outside jumps unprovoked on the pile, well, that should get everybody’s hackles up.
Anonymous rip jobs? That’s so 2012. Smith has a message for the Jets’ embattled quarterback: You stink.
The 28-year-old tweeted on Wednesday: “Thank u to the giant organization and fans!!! I had a blast and was blessed to be with such a good organization for so many years!”
The Giants signed former Cowboys’ linebacker Dan Connor on Saturday, terms were not disclosed.
The Giants have reportedly signed wide receiver Louis Murphy to a one-year deal.