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Giants Season Review: Huge Leap Possible In 2016?The first casualty of the New York Giants fourth straight playoff miss occurred on Monday, when veteran head coach Tom Coughlin officially stepped down from his position.
Giants Bring Nicks Back After Cruz Season Is Cut ShortThe New York Giants head into their bye week in first-place in the dysfunctional NFC east division, so the team's ability to make the playoffs comes down to a six game season. As their bye week started, New York found out that Victor Cruz will not be joining them in 2015, but then the G-men dipped into their Super Bowl past and brought back Hakeem Nicks to take Cruz's roster spot.
Giants Stand Pat At Trade Deadline, Add Two To Practice SquadThe chatter about the ineptitude of the New York Giants' defense did not lead to a trade at the 4 p.m. deadline on Tuesday.
Injury Report: Giants Getting Healthier At The Right TimeThe news on the injury front was mostly positive, as both Rueben Randle and Odell Beckham were not even listed. Linebacker Uani 'Unga returned to practice this week and should be able to play on Sunday. Geoff Schwartz will likely be on the field at the Superdome after being listed as probable, but linebacker J.T. Thomas is out with an ankle injury.
Giants Still Very Concerned About Fells, Team Dedicates 49ers Win To TeammateThe New York Giants comeback win over the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday night was uplifting for the team in a few respects.
Injury Report: Say It Ain't So, Cruz Out For Giants Against BillsSo close, yet so far...could be the mantra for New York Giants' wide receiver Victor Cruz. Cruz thought he would make his long anticipated return from major knee surgery, and a lingering calf issue, on Sunday against the Buffalo Bills. After a setback on Wednesday, that will not be the case. Big Blue's best defensive lineman, Robert Ayers, Jr., also suffered a setback as well and will not play on Sunday.
Cruz's Return Seems Imminent, But Giants Work Out Nicks, WelkerAfter his Tuesday workout, New York Giants' Victor Cruz declared that he would be on the field Sunday afternoon against the Buffalo Bills. Interestingly enough, the G-men also worked out Hakeem Nicks and Wes Welker on Tuesday, as well as tight end Chris Cooley.
Injury Report: Giants' Beason Likely To Make 2015 Debut Against RedskinsThe New York Giants' injury list increased significantly after the loss to the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday.
Assessing Blame For The New York Giants' Poor StartFor the third straight campaign, the New York Giants have opened their season with an 0-2 record.