There’s another injury on the New York Giants’ offensive line. Tackle Shawn Andrews, who has replaced the injured David Diehl at left tackle, missed practice on Wednesday with an undisclosed back problem.
New York Giants center Adam Koets tore ligaments in his knee and will miss the rest of the season.
On Sunday, the Giants will probably play the Seahawks without their starting center, Shaun O’Hara, as he rehabs a right foot sprain. Instead, backup Adam Koets is expected to step in for his fourth start.
Along with the usual issues of inclement weather and outrageous noise that go with playing at Seattle’s Quest Field, the Giants may also have to face the Seahawks with a backup center.
Giants center Shaun O’Hara is battling another foot injury and his status is uncertain for New York’s game at Seattle.
You can thank NFL commissioner Roger Goodell for making the Giants wait seven weeks before playing a divisional rival, even though there’s no stopping the intensity level of tonight’s NFC East match-up in Dallas.
Perfect? Nah. Pretty? Not that either. But it was a win and the Giants will take it.
Defensive end Mathias Kiwanuka took part in individual drills for the first time since doctors found a bulging disk in his neck a little less than two weeks ago.
Less than a week after getting their running game going, the New York Giants’ offensive line is suddenly in flux. Blame it on injuries.
O’Hara, who missed the last two games, hopes to return to practice on Wednesday when the Giants start preparations for Sunday’s game at Houston.
New York Giants defensive lineman Mathias Kiwanuka will not play in Sunday night’s game against the Chicago Bears because of a bulging disc.
Three Giants starters are not practicing Wednesday: center Shaun O’Hara, linebacker Keith Bulluck and wide receiver Mario Manningham.
iants Pro Bowl center Shaun O’Hara has been listed as doubtful for New York’s home game against the Tennessee Titans after missing his third straight practice with ankle problems.
Yes, Eli Manning will return to the lineup – and he’s made it clear he’d like to stay in the game as long as possible.
Shaun O’Hara, dealing with left Achilles’ tendinitis and ankle swelling, was placed in a hard cast Thursday and will likely miss the remainder of the preseason.