Running back Ahmad Bradshaw, wide receiver Domenik Hixon and right tackle David Diehl have been ruled out for Thursday night’s game, as has wide receiver Hakeem Nicks.
New York Giants cornerback Prince Amukamara and linebacker Keith Rivers are inactive for their game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Wide receiver Hakeem Nicks and cornerback Prince Amukamara have been deemed questionable for Sunday’s game against the Buccaneers at MetLife Stadium, the team reported on Friday.
Do the Giants have more talent than the Bucs and the Carolina Panthers, their next two opponents? Absolutely. And could Big Blue lose to these teams if they play sloppy, uninspired football? Absolutely.
Romo’s stellar 22-for-29, three-touchdown performance was an all-out aerial assault on an injury-ravaged Giants secondary. Romo coolly handled the Giants’ pass rush and picked apart the G-Men for 307 passing yards
New York cornerback Prince Amukamara and Dallas starting nose tackle Jay Ratliff will not play when the Giants and Dallas meet on Wednesday night.
New York Giants cornerback Prince Amukamara probably will miss the season opener against the Dallas Cowboys because of a high ankle sprain
Amukamara is still holding out hope that he’ll be ready to go next week at MetLife Stadium, but he acknowledges that a Week 2 return against the Buccaneers is more realistic.
Tom Coughlin is concerned by the amount of injuries suffered by the Giants’ secondary.
Something just had to go wrong, even with so much going right. Starting cornerback Prince Amukamara came away with a high ankle sprain, which usually means at least four weeks on the shelf.
Backup Jason Campbell threw a go-ahead, 12-yard touchdown pass to Joe Anderson with 8:22 to play and the Chicago Bears rallied from a 10-point halftime deficit to beat the Super Bowl champion New York Giants 20-17 on Friday night.
Giants coach Tom Coughlin told reporters following practice that the 2011 First-Team All Pro will be held out of Friday night’s game against the Chicago Bears at MetLife Stadium for “precautionary” reasons.
What if Jason Pierre-Paul dropped Prince Amukamara on his head? Worse, what if the cornerback slammed his foot and something went “snap?”
Prince Amukamara’s teammates have denied they were hazing him by throwing him into a tub of ice water.
Some might explain what happens in the video as camp bonding, but Prince Amukamara doesn’t look amused. Neither was coach Tom Coughlin.