Looking back on his first four seasons with the New York Giants, cornerback Prince Amukamara is a bit frustrated.
Giants cornerback Prince Amukamara and CEO of United Way of New York City, Sheena Wright, stopped by the CBS2 studio to talk with CBS2’s Andrea Grymes about the 22nd annual Gridiron Gala.
As the New York Giants head toward another season without a sniff of the NFL playoffs, major changes appear to be on the way. What is in store for Big Blue’s defensive unit next year?
As the New York Football Giants continue to play out the string of the 2014 NFL season, a third straight campaign that will end without a playoff berth, many fans are left wondering where it went wrong. By connecting the dots, it becomes easy to see that Big Blue’s recent drafts are to blame.
Bowman was expected to be in the starting lineup this Sunday against Seattle. He took over for Prince Amukamara on Monday night when the cornerback was lost for the season with a torn biceps.
Big Blue announced the move on Wednesday and said they placed cornerback Prince Amukamara on injured reserve with a torn biceps.
The game of roster musical chairs continued for the New York Giants on Wednesday, as the team placed cornerback Prince Amukamara on injured reserve. To take Amukamara’s place on the roster, the G-men were awarded Chykie Brown on waivers.
“There is a lot of concern,” head coach Tom Coughlin said. “We’ve lost a player or two in each game, it seems like. That’s not a good one. Prince was playing well.”
For the past week, Tom Coughlin begged his team to make plays. But the Giants, who dropped their third straight game, didn’t get much from anybody until the game was out of reach.
Unless the Giants can find at least two wins in the next four games against Indianapolis, Seattle, San Francisco and Dallas, their collective gooses will be fricasseed for a third straight season.
Giants QB Eli Manning is among nearly two dozen current and former NFL players appearing in a new series of PSAs denouncing domestic violence and sexual assault.
Beat the Eagles on Sunday and the noise in the locker room will inevitably get louder. What a change from just a year ago.
Narrated by actor Bradley Cooper, the video called out Giants fans, calling them the “Big Apple’s big talkers.”
Giants safety Antrel Rolle speaks from the heart. It’s a trait that has turned his weekly appearances on WFAN into appointment radio. But Jeremy Maclin has heard enough.
Cornerbacks Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and Prince Amukamara got a little advice from New York Giants coach Tom Coughlin, and it had nothing to do with covering Riley Cooper, Jeremy Maclin or anyone on the Philadelphia Eagles this weekend.