New York Giants cornerback Prince Amukamara probably will miss the season opener against the Dallas Cowboys because of a high ankle sprain
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.
ACL and Achilles Tendon injuries are accounting for most of the times missed by NFL stars this preseason.
Speaking to the media for the first time since “aggravating” his surgically repaired right anterior cruciate ligament, Thomas said Tuesday he might need anywhere from three to eight weeks before he is ready to get back on the field.
For now, the Giants know they have to do without Terrell Thomas – and there were several reasons to think they’ve got enough to hold down the fort.
After getting a third opinion, New York Giants cornerback Terrell Thomas is going to try to rehabilitate his injured right knee rather than have more surgery.
Big Blue fans still don’t have anything definitive on the injury to Terrell Thomas’ surgically repaired right knee. Apparently neither do the Giants.
Coach Tom Coughlin said the other day that he slipped on the grass and nobody noticed. Well, maybe that’s because his players are having a hard time keeping their feet on the field.
Coughlin’s team once again finds itself short in the secondary, and faced with a lot of juggling to overcome it.
The NFL’s suspension of Giants safety Tyler Sash has head coach Tom Coughlin steaming.
Phillips is entering his fifth year with the franchise, and he has a specific goal for next season that will make him more of a impact player.
The Giants’ projected starting cornerback has re-injured his surgically repaired right knee, putting his season — and his career — in jeopardy.
A starter in 2009 and 2010, Thomas missed last season after tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee in a preseason game.
Cornerback Terrell Thomas took himself off the field while going through positional drills. After practice, coach Tom Coughlin said that Thomas’ back tightened up, so it does not appear to be serious.