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Reports: Peyton Hillis, D.J. Ware To Try Out For Struggling Giants

With only one halfback healthy, the Giants are holding some open tryouts on Tuesday in an effort to add some depth — and maybe, just maybe, catch lightning in a bottle.


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Reports: Ojomo Makes Giants’ Roster; Bubble Bursts On Ware

With roster cuts looming, Wednesday night’s preseason victory was the final chance for some Giants players to impress.


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D.J. Ware’s Time To Shine?

D.J. is hoping to make a big impression on Tom Coughlin and push for more playing time.


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Tom Coughlin Demands Giant Improvement

Tom Coughlin wasn’t pleased with the Giants’ play in their preseason loss and is demanding improvement.


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Giants Release Veteran Brandon Jacobs After Seven Years

The Giants on Friday released running back Brandon Jacobs after seven years in New York. He wanted to stay with the champs, but a restructured deal could not be agreed to by both parties.


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Giants’ Ross, Ware Knocked Out With Concussions

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — New York Giants cornerback Aaron Ross and backup running back D.J. Ware were both knocked out of Sunday’s NFC wild-card game against the Atlanta Falcons with concussions. Ross was hurt […]


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Coughlin Hurts Leg In Fourth Quarter Against Jets

Coach Tom Coughlin hurt his left leg when running back D.J. Ware crashed into him on the sideline in the fourth quarter of the New York Giants’ 29-14 win over the Jets on Saturday.


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Giants Defeat Cowboys In Thriller, 37-34

The New York Giants completed a miraculous 37-34 victory over the Dallas Cowboys. New York has now drawn even with Dallas for first place in the NFC East.


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Giants Look To Get Sputtering Run Game Back On Track Against Saints

While the urgency to address the running game may be greater for the Giants, the solutions are less apparent with leading rusher Ahmad Bradshaw sidelined by a right foot injury.


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Keefe To The City: Signs Of A Giants Collapse

Neil Keefe has become an expert when it comes to Giants collapses. There are certain signs of a collapse he’s grown familiar with during the Tom Coughlin era and especially over the last two years. Those signs came out on Sunday night at MetLife Stadium.


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Giants’ Ware Suffers Concussion In Loss

New York also lost backup cornerback Derrick Martin to a hamstring injury.


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Keefe To The City: Giants Facing Familiar Fate?

Neil Keefe analyzes the Giants’ loss to the 49ers and previews the importance of the game against the Eagles with some help from quotes from the Giants from Sunday and Monday.


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Giants’ Brandon Jacobs In Line To Carry Load He’s Been ‘Clamoring’ For

Ahmad Bradshaw has a broken bone in his foot and his status for Sunday’s game against the Pats is uncertain. That means Jacobs could get those extra carries he’s been so upset over.


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Ahmad Bradshaw Out With Broken Foot

Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw sustained a cracked bone in his right foot during the Dolphins game on Sunday.


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Giants Lose Another Corner; Torn ACL Sidelines Terrell Thomas For Season

With the Giants comfortably ahead in the closing seconds of the first half, all cornerback Terrell Thomas and the rest of the defense had to do was get through 35 seconds. What’s that three plays? Four plays? Thomas lasted just one.