• Hakeem Nicks’ status v. Eagles in jeopardy

    Summary of 15 articles · Updated Sep 30, 2012
    Giants receiver Hakeem Nicks is unlikely to play on Sunday night against the Eagles. New York Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks will miss his second straight game due to injury. When New York Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks had to miss last Thursday's game in Carolina due to his foot injury, the thought was that the week and a half off before the Week 4 game would provide enough time to get him healthy. Terence Newman and Orlando Scandrick chasing Hakeem Nicks Nicks' added a knee injury to the injury report this week and, after initially being listed as "doubtful" to play against the Eagles, was downgraded to "out" on Saturday and will not make the trip to Philadelphia. Barden had the big game last week in Carolina while Hixon also sat out after suffering a concussion the week before, but Hixon is back for this game, and the two of them together could help take some of the pressure off of Victor Cruz Regardless, losing Nicks for this game would be a hit. He went down hard on a play during that win over Tampa and had not really tested his knee since he has been practicing only once a week to rest his foot, which he had surgery on in late May to repair a broken fifth metatarsal.
    • Nicks out, Rolle in for Giants vs. Eagles

      PHILADELPHIA -- New York Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks will miss his second straight game due to injury. Nicks has been bothered by a foot injury since the spring, but he showed up on the Giants' injury report as doubtful with a fresh knee injury Fr…
    • Hakeem Nicks won’t travel with Giants to Philly

      The Giants have proven they can win playing “next man up,” and they’re going to have to for another week. The team announced that wide receiver Hakeem Nicks was downgraded to out and would not travel with the team to Philadelphia, according to Jenny
    • Hakeem Nicks, C.J. Spiller headline the NFL’s Week 4 injury report

      When the New York Giants take on the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday night, they will be without starting right tackle David Diehl, rookie nickel corner Jayron Hosley, and linebacker Keith Rivers, who have already been ruled "out" by head coach …
      Source: yahoo.com
  • Roddy White and Julio Jones better duo than Victor Cruz and Hakeem Nicks?

    The Falcons segment on NFL Network’s Gameday featured an outspoken wide receiver with a proven track record of leading his team to greatness. Roddy White was part of it, too. Michael Irvin, Hall of Fame playmaker, visited Flowery Branch last week and in
    Source: ajc.com

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