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Giants vs Eagles Wednesday Injury Report

GIANTS: DNP: CB Michael Coe (hamstring), T David Diehl (knee), CB Jayron Hosley (hamstring), WR Hakeem Nicks (foot), LB Keith Rivers (hamstring). LIMITED: S Antrel Rolle (knee). FULL: RB Ahmad Bradshaw (neck), WR Domenik Hixon (concussion), DE Adewale Ojomo (hamstring), CB Corey Webster (hand).

EAGLES: DNP: S Colt Anderson (knee), DT Fletcher Cox (migraine), C Jon Dorenbos (ankle), T King Dunlap (hamstring), LB Akeem Jordan (hamstring). FULL: LB Jamar Chaney (knee), WR Riley Cooper (collarbone), DE Brandon Graham (ankle), LB Mychal Kendricks (biceps), WR Jeremy Maclin (hip), RB LeSean McCoy (rib).

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5 Responses to “Giants vs Eagles Wednesday Injury Report”

  1. Jason C. says:

    McCoy has a rib injury? Fitting being that he has an extra rib than most men have…

  2. Russo757 says:

    Can’t wait until the training staff realizes there maybe an issue when half the injured players on the team have hamstring injuries. Something is wrong with the conditioning/warm up procedures

    • Big Daddy says:

      I have been questioning this for some years now. It one of those deep dark NFL secrets.

      Coughlin came in and made some comments about injuries. He shut up about it pretty quickly when his teams have now become one of the most injured in the NFL consistently every season.

      I just want to know why. They know but they aren’t talking. Coughlin did mention that many younger layers come in and are not used to so much running. He never mentioned anything else after that statement. It does open a lot of questions the media never asked.

  3. Russo757 says:

    My guess is that the focus is on strength and size and not endurance and functional football strength. Athletes are doing more crossfit style routines now a days because it will increase your VO2 Max and cardio threashold while still keeping you strong. I think this would be invaluable for NFL players. Improve their explosiveness and cardio so they can be faster, stronger, and last longer. Additionally the warm up methods need to be looked into. You never really see these guys working up a sweat before games. If they are hitting the field cold they will be more likely to hurt themselves. Same applies to practice. IT bands could also play an issue. Research shows that many sports related injuries can be traced back to IT band problems. Since there really isnt a stretch that can eliviate the tension built on the bands, they eventually snap or cause leg issues. This is why so many athletes are using foam rollers.

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