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Any word on them, especially Canty and Sintim? Looks like Bradshaw, Tuck and Hicks are going to be ok.

 

 

More worries about Smith ( hamstring ) and Maningham ( hip flexor ) than Sintim. Not sure what is up with Canty but he did come off under his own power which is a good sign.

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More worries about Smith ( hamstring ) and Maningham ( hip flexor ) than Sintim. Not sure what is up with Canty but he did come off under his own power which is a good sign.

 

Yeah, having our receiving corps healthy was short lived - like one quarter! Sounds like both Smith and Manningham will miss the Eagle game. Eagles have their own injury problems, though: they will be missing their DE and MLB. Add it all up and this game will have to be won on the ground, just like against Minny.

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Yeah, having our receiving corps healthy was short lived - like one quarter! Sounds like both Smith and Manningham will miss the Eagle game. Eagles have their own injury problems, though: they will be missing their DE and MLB. Add it all up and this game will have to be won on the ground, just like against Minny.

 

What? :furious:

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from the Daily News

 

The return of Smith, the Giants' Pro Bowl receiver, was cut short Monday night after he injured his hamstring in the second half. He said after the game that he was "very sore" and obviously "very frustrated."

 

He didn't look happy, either, and said he has "no idea" whether he'll be ready to play against the Philadelphia Eagles Sunday afternoon.

 

 

 

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/giants/2010/12/14/2010-12-14_here_comes_pain_again.html#ixzz186NiUKlD

 

 

 

this sucks, Hagan has done a good job since his return but we need all hands for the Philly game.

 

I also don't like hearing that Tuck is banged up but my guess is he will be fine come Sunday.

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Giants linebacker Clint Sintim has a torn ACL and will require surgery, coach Tom Coughlin confirmed during a conference call today. Sintim feared the injury after last night's game, and it will end the season of the 2009 second-round pick who has primarily played special teams this season.

 

Steve Smith (hamstring) and Mario Manningham (hip flexor) are undergoing MRIs this afternoon, and Coughlin did not have updates on either except saying "both are sore."

 

Based on the way he sounded on Monday, It's unlikely that Smith will play against the Eagles. Coughlin sounded encouraged by the progress Devin Thomas and Michael Clayton made since joining the team in November, and both might be needed against the Eagles.

 

Elsewhere on the injury front, Coughlin expects C Shaun O'Hara (foot) to practice more this week, "and we'll go from there." O'Hara has missed the past seven games. He had said his injury would span 2-8 weeks.

 

Coughlin said DE Justin Tuck (ribs) is sore, but "nothing that's going to hold him back."

 

http://www.nj.com/giants/index.ssf/2010/12/giants_lb_clint_sintim_tears_a.html

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Bradshaw's wrist has been bothering him for a couple of weeks now, hasn't it?

 

 

I think he fractured it....the same docs who work for the Yankees, Giants and who repaired Mike Tyson's wrist are the same docs who cobbled back together my badly fractured wrist. IN fact the head doc in the firm is an Iranian...Dr. Isani. Better check his office for enriched uranium.... :smartass:

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