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Giants Workout RB Justin Fargas


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The New York Giants worked out former Raiders running back Justin Fargas on Tuesday according to Pro Football Talk and NFL Network.

 

Fargas was with the Broncos during training camp. He played seven seasons for the Raiders and enjoyed his best year in 2007 when he gained 1,009 yards.

 

Ahmad Bradshaw missed practice time last week with an ankle injury but played on Sunday in Houston. Head coach Tom Coughlin said on Monday that Bradshaw was "sore." Brandon Jacobs is behind Bradshaw and D.J. Ware is the third-string running back. Ware has had just two carries this season.

 

The Giants have more of a need at fullback with Madison Hedgecock dealing with a hamstring injury although Hedgecock could be back this week. With Hedgecock out, the Giants used tight end Bear Pascoe and Jacobs at fullback against the Texans.

 

http://espn.go.com/blog/new-york/giants/post/_/id/2016/giants-workout-fargas

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It's not like we'd bring him in ahead of Jacobs or Bradshaw on the depth chart. If you're comparing him to Ware, and Fargas is healthy, I may have to lean towards Fargas for no reason other than experience. Ware is okay at 3rd RB, but I don't know that I see a whole lot more for him there than that.

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It's not like we'd bring him in ahead of Jacobs or Bradshaw on the depth chart. If you're comparing him to Ware, and Fargas is healthy, I may have to lean towards Fargas for no reason other than experience. Ware is okay at 3rd RB, but I don't know that I see a whole lot more for him there than that.

 

right, exactly. and denver sent hixon to the scrap heap so they're not so smart.

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