Most Recent News
Wednesday, September 19, 2012, 6:26pm
RB Ahmad Bradshaw (neck), T David Diehl (knee), WR Domenik Hixon (concussion), WR Hakeem Nicks (foot), DE Adewale Ojomo (hamstring)
CB Michael Coe (hamstring)
CB Prince Amukamara (ankle), LB Keith Rivers (hamstring), RB Da'Rel Scott (knee)
G Mike Pollak (shoulder)
T Byron Bell (ankle), LB Thomas Davis (hamstring), S Colin Jones (shoulder), RB Jonathan Stewart (ankle)
LB Jon Beason (elbow), C Ryan Kalil (ankle), WR Kealoha Pilares (foot), WR Steve L Smith (knee)
Andre Brown got most of the work in Week 2 when Bradshaw was knocked out of the game. He appears to be the handcuff at this point, though rookie David Wilson may have an opportunity to earn a larger role. For Week 3, Brown looks like the better play. At wide receiver, Ramses-barden" class="player_name_link">Ramses Barden played 47 snaps after Hixon was knocked out of the game. He appears to be ahead of rookie Rueben Randle (3 snaps) at this point.
With both Nicks and Domenik Hixon
es Barden should get first crack at snaps with rookie Rueben Randle
not far behind. This has to be a downgrade for Eli Manning
who will be without one of his biggest weapons. Martellus Bennett
is also looking like a sneaky start.
The short week appears to be hurting Jonathan Stewart's chances of suiting up on Thursday. If he sits, DeAngelo Williams would once again be in line for a number of touches. He did not do very well in that role against the Buccaneers, but bounced back strong against the Saints. The Giants have been mediocre against the rush this year. Consider him a low-end RB2.
Posted by Brandon Niles
Tuesday, August 26, 2014 - 1:06pm
Kealoha Pilares was released from the Panthers during the cutdown to 75 players. Pilares is a player that never panned out in Carolina, and while he may get a chance to compete somewhere else, it's hard to imagine him making much of a difference elsewhere after failing to establish himself on the receiver and returner needy Panthers.