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Giants’ Michael Thomas will head to Pro Bowl

Thomas will replace Cory Littleton of the Rams A fourth member of the New York Giants, safety/special teamer Michael Thomas, has been added to the NFC Pro Bowl roster. He joins Saquon Barkley, Aldrick Rosas and Olivier Vernon. Like Vernon, Thomas will be a replacement player. He will take the spot of Cory Littleton, the Los Angeles Rams linebacker who will be participating in the Super Bowl. Safety Landon Collins was named to the team but will not participate due to having undergone shoulder surgery. Thomas came to the Giants after five seasons with the Miami Dolphins. This will be his...


Malcolm Jenkins replacing Landon Collins in 2019 Pro Bowl

Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins will be heading to the Pro Bowl as an alternate, replacing New York Giants safety Landon Collins, who suffered a season-ending shoulder injury last month, according to Daniel Gallen of Penn Live. On the year, Jenkins registered 97 tackles, a sack, an interception, three forced fumbles, a fumble recovery, and […] The post Malcolm Jenkins replacing Landon Collins in 2019 Pro Bowl appeared first on ClutchPoints.

Bleeding Green Nation

Malcolm Jenkins replaces Landon Collins in 2019 Pro Bowl

Well deserved recognition. Philadelphia Eagles starting safety and defensive captain Malcolm Jenkins is going to the 2019 Pro Bowl after all. Jenkins was named as a replacement for New York Giants safety Landon Collins, who suffered a season-ending shoulder injury in Week 13. It’s the fourth time Jenkins has made the Pro Bowl in his 10-year career. Jenkins really shouldn’t have had to make the Pro Bowl as an alternate. He’s really good and very underrated. Jenkins didn’t a single defensive snap in the regular season or the playoffs. He played all 1,180 of 1,180 ... PLUS 158...

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A Date To Remember: A tale of two ‘signature’ Giants wins

The 1990 and 2007 Giants took different paths to the NFC title game: one in a rout, one in a nail-biter A Date To Remember is an occasional series Big Blue View will be running through the Super Bowl, highlighting the glory of the Giants’ past and celebrating the biggest playoff wins in franchise history. A Tale of Two Signature Wins NFC Divisional Round games Jan. 13, 1991 Giants 31, Bears 3 Jan. 13, 2008 Giants 21, Cowboys 17 There was almost no one left. The Giants secondary had been decimated by injury, losing one starting cornerback and a top backup in the season’s final...

Chicago Tribune

Khalil Mack will miss the Pro Bowl due to an injury

Bears edge defender Khalil Mack will miss the Pro Bowl because of an injury, according to an announcement by the Giants that said Olivier Vernon will replace Mack on the NFC roster. The Giants' announcement did not specify what Mack’s injury is, and the Bears did not immediately respond to a request...


Time for Eli Manning to do New York Giants a solid on 2019 contract

Eli Manning has given the New York Giants’ organization two Super Bowls, never missed a snap due to injury, and been a model teammate and citizen during his fifteen-year tenure. Much has been made of the current predicament the New York Giants organization and Eli Manning are currently in. At this juncture, it’s incumbent upon him to realize […] Time for Eli Manning to do New York Giants a solid on 2019 contract - GMEN HQ - GMEN HQ - A NY Giants Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

Windy City Gridiron

Khalil Mack is skipping the Pro Bowl with an injury

Being named to the Pro Bowl is a bigger deal for players than playing in the actual game, and this time of year we start to hear about players bowing out of the annual all-star event. The New York Giants announced that Olivier Vernon was named to replace Chicago Bears outside linebacker Khalil Mack. In their announcement thay also mention that Mack is “unable to participate due to injury.” Mack did have that ankle injury around midseason, but since coming back healthy there haven’t been any other official reports about an ailment. There also wasn’t anything injury related announced...

New York Daily News

Giants DE Olivier Vernon to replace Khalil Mack on the Pro Bowl roster

Giants defensive end Olivier Vernon will join teammates Saquon Barkley and Aldrick Rosas at the Pro Bowl in Orlando on Jan. 27. Vernon is replacing Chicago Bears pass rusher Khalil Mack (injury) and will be making the first Pro Bowl appearance of his seven-year career, the NFL announced Thursday....

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Olivier Vernon replaces injured Khalil Mack in the Pro Bowl

The Giants will have a defender at the Pro Bowl after all New York Giants EDGE Olivier Vernon has been added to the 2019 Pro Bowl. Vernon was voted as a first alternate and was added to the Pro Bowl when it was revealed that an injury suffered by Khalil Mack will keep him from playing in the game. This is Vernon’s first Pro Bowl appearance in his sewven-year career and comes after a season in which Vernon amassed 30 tackles, 5 for a loss, 7.0 sacks, 21 QB hits, and a forced fumble over the course of 11 games. Interestingly, Vernon’s 51.0 career sacks ranks just behind Mack’s 53.0...


3 Reasons the New York Giants Should Trade Odell Beckham Jr.

Odell Beckham Jr. has solidified himself as one of the top receivers in football. He posted at least 90 catches, 1,300 yards and 10 touchdowns in each of his first three seasons. The LSU product has missed 16 games in the last two seasons due to injury. Beckham’s list of achievements is endless. He is […] The post 3 Reasons the New York Giants Should Trade Odell Beckham Jr. appeared first on ClutchPoints.


Cowboys rookie Connor Williams will start at LG vs. Seattle with Xavier Su'a-Filo inactive with sprained left ankle

ARLINGTON - Veteran left guard Xavier Su'a-Filo is inactive Saturday as expected for the Cowboys' wild card playoff game against Seattle.That means rookie Connor Williams will start at left guard, the position he held the first half of the year before losing it to Su'a-Filo because of a knee injury.Su'a-Filo sprained his left ankle in the Cowboys' regular-season finale Sunday at the Giants and didn't practice all week. He was listed as doubtful coming into Saturday.The other six players who are inactive for the Cowboys against the Seahawks are defensive end Dorance Armstrong, defensive...


Cowboys injury report: OG Xavier Su'a-Filo listed as doubtful; DL David Irving won't play vs. Seahawks

FRISCO -- The Cowboys don't expect veteran left guard Xavier Su'a-Filo to be available to play Saturday in the playoff opener against Seattle after he suffered a sprained left ankle in the team's regular-season finale Sunday at the Giants.Su'a-Filo is officially listed as doubtful for the game, hasn't practiced all week and hasn't even been a part of the team's walk-throughs. On Thursday, Su'a-Filo was still walking with a slight limp as he passed through the locker room.That means the Cowboys' offensive line against the Seahawks will resemble the group that played together the first half of...


Cowboys are getting healthy at the right time: Tyrone Crawford expected to practice this week

Not only did the Cowboys get their 10th win in Sunday's season finale against the New York Giants, but they escaped MetLife Stadium without any major injuries.Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said during a Monday conference call that he expects all players, other than defensive tackle David Irving, to participate in Tuesday's practice "in some way, shape or form."Garrett said he thinks defensive lineman Tyrone Crawford, who didn't practice last week or play Sunday because of a neck injury, will be at least limited on Tuesday.Irving has been dealing with a high ankle sprain and off-the-field...


Emergence of Evan Engram boosts New York Giants offense

If the New York Giants needed a silver cloud in the wake of the Odell Beckham injury, it came in the form of their second-year tight end. There’s little doubt that New York Giants tight end Evan Engram barely scratched the surface of his talent in his rookie season. In 2018, with the NFL Draft […] Emergence of Evan Engram boosts New York Giants offense - GMEN HQ - GMEN HQ - A NY Giants Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

Blogging The Boys

Lessons learned from the Cowboys’ season finale against the Giants

It was not the game we expected. It was so much more. Wait a minute. This was a meaningless game. The Dallas Cowboys could not change their playoff situation one whit. The New York Giants could only affect their draft position. The biggest priority for Dallas was to protect banged-up starters and not get any significant injuries. It had all the makings of a dull, conservative contest. Color us completely and absolutely wrong. It was exciting, and in many ways totally out of character for the Cowboys as they traded leads down the stretch before coming away with a 36-35 win. Here are some...


The fascinating part about Jason Garrett's decision to go all in vs. Giants -- and how it paid off for Cowboys

Our local media is still trying to recover after expressing so much angst via Twitter about Jason Garrett's decision to play Dak Prescott for an entire football game. How dare Garrett expose Prescott, who's never missed a game due to injury, to being tackled in a meaningless contest?But The Clapper, as Mike Lombardi nicknamed him, went for the win against a hapless New York Giants team that had the nerve to play as if it were also trying to win a football game. I just hope our local writers and teleprompter readers can somehow rally to cover Saturday's wild-card game in Arlington. Yes,...

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Giants-Cowboys 2018, Week 17: Live stream, score, news, updates

Your first-half open thread EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Can the New York Giants finish the 2018 season on a positive note? The 5-10 Giants host the division champion Dallas Cowboys (9-6) in Sunday’s season finale. Will it be the final game as Giants’ quarterback for Eli Manning? Signs of late have pointed toward the Giants bringing Manning back for a 16th season, but the question still needs to be asked. Odell Beckham Jr., (quad), Alec Ogletree (concussion), Rhett Ellison (concussion), Russell Shepard (ankle) and Mario Edwards (calf) won’t play for the Giants....


Alec Ogletree, OBJ, Rhett Ellison to miss New York Giants finale

Familiar faces dot the New York Giants injury list in the final weekend of the NFL season. The New York Giants have gone without star wideout Odell Beckham Jr., who will miss his fourth consecutive game with a quad bruise, according to the team’s official injury report. OBJ sustained the injury in the Nov. 25th […] Alec Ogletree, OBJ, Rhett Ellison to miss New York Giants finale - GMEN HQ - GMEN HQ - A NY Giants Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

Blogging The Boys

Cowboys news: Injury updates, players to watch, game predictions for Cowboys vs. Giants finale

Here is your daily dose of Cowboys news... GAME INFO Cowboys-Giants Betting Odds: Line Movement Suggests Key Players Will Rest - Mark Gallant, The Action NetworkIt might be a little tricky to predict the favorite in this one based on so much uncertainty of who is going to actually play, but the Cowboys enter the game as underdogs. Zeke makes it sound like the Cowboys won’t be resting, but the books are preparing as if they will. Who do we trust? The Giants, on the other hand, obviously have nothing to gain and would probably prefer losing to get a better draft pick....

Blogging The Boys

Cowboys vs. Giants: Game balls go to Blake Jarwin & Dak Prescott, the dynamic duo

It was a split decision between the young tight end and the young QB. Did you enjoy that meaningless game? The Dallas Cowboys 36-35 win over the New York Giants started out with uncertainty about how the game would be treated, and ended in a barn-burner full of emotion. The Cowboys offense was a shell of itself with two starting linemen inactive and another lost to injury, plus the star running back was resting. But they did have Dak Prescott who ended up playing the whole game. And Prescott had Blake Jarwin, who went off like no Cowboys tight end has since 1973. Jason Garrett said he was...

Blogging The Boys

Cowboys have fourth-fewest players on injured reserve, reportedly will sit Ezekiel Elliott vs. Giants

Will the Cowboys be healthy enough when it counts the most - in the playoffs? The Cowboys have not exactly been a model of health this year. Their once dominant O-line has been thrown into disarray by Travis Frederick’s illness and the injuries Tyron Smith, Zack Martin, and Connor Williams have been dealing with. Tavon Austin, whom the Cowboys had great hopes for this year, has played all of six games. David Irving was supposed to have a breakout year at defensive tackle but only played 56 snaps this year. Sean Lee has started just five games this season. Yet outside of of Frederick,...


Giants news: Jawill Davis suffers the most embarrassing injury of 2018

It hasn’t been a great year for the New York Giants, but no one on the team is having as bad of a time as wide receiver Jawill Davis right now. According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, Davis dislocated his knee cap while dancing in the Giants locker room, which is perhaps the most […] The post Giants news: Jawill Davis suffers the most embarrassing injury of 2018 appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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Giants’ Jawill Davis reportedly dances his way to IR

Rookie apparently dislocated kneecap while dancing in locker room The New York Giants announced early on Saturday that they were placing wide receiver/kick returner Jawill Davis on injured reserve with a knee injury. Turns out, the injury was a self-inflicted one. Davis apparently dislocated a kneecap while dancing in the team’s locker room on Saturday. Wide receiver Alonzo Russell has been promoted from the practice squad to replace Davis. A rookie undrafted free agent, Davis caught four passes in seven games. He averaged 24.4 yards on seven kickoff returns and 7.4 yards on 12 punt...

Blogging The Boys

Cowboys vs. Giants final injury report: Crawford & Irving out, Tavon Austin expected to play

The final injury report for the Cowboys and Giants. It looks like wide receiver Tavon Austin will make his return as he is not even listed as questionable on the injury report. Unless the Cowboys decide to make him a non-injury inactive on Sunday, he should be a go. The Cowboys did rule out David Irving and Tyrone Crawford as expected. Irving seems to be no closer to a return and Dallas is being cautious with Crawford after Sunday’s scare. Sean Lee is listed as questionable but Jason Garrett said he would like to see the veteran linebacker get some snaps in the Giants game. Tyron Smith...


Odell Beckham Jr. has been ruled out for Giants’ season finale

New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. will miss another game this upcoming weekend against the Dallas Cowboys, which means his season is over thanks to a fourth straight absence, according to the team. Via Josh Alper of ProFootballTalk: The Giants opted not to put Beckham on injured reserve with the quad injury that […] The post Odell Beckham Jr. has been ruled out for Giants’ season finale appeared first on ClutchPoints.


Cowboys LB Sean Lee expects to play against NY Giants: "I do need snaps.''

Sean Lee has played just seven snaps in the last seven weeks.Look for the Cowboys linebacker to nearly triple that total in Sunday's regular season finale."That's the plan this week, to really get out there and get going,'' said Lee, who expects to play 20 or so snaps against the New York Giants. "Hopefully, I can build off this game and move into the playoffs and feel really good about it.''Lee has missed nine games this season with two separate hamstring injuries and has just 35 tackles. While his knowledge of the defense isn't an issue, he needs to play Sunday to have some sort of physical...

FOX Sports

Beckham once again out with quad, misses final 4 games

New York Giants star receiver Odell Beckham Jr. out again with quad injury


Odell Beckham Jr.'s season ends in frustration, but with a promise to make 2019 his best

NY Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. expressed disappointment and frustration with the quadriceps injury that ended his season.        

Odell Beckham Jr. on Giants: ‘I still see us going 8-8’

New York Giants receiver Odell Beckham Jr. talks leg injury and reinforces why he believes team will go 8-8 and make playoffs.

Odell Beckham's injury could play big role in next deal

Odell Beckham Jr.'s season-ending injury hurts his leverage in future contract negotiations with the New York Giants.

Shane Vereen nears New York Giants return

New York Giants players and coaches react to running back Shane Vereen returning to practice for the first time since his injury, as they prepare for the Pittsburgh Steelers.