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Off Day

August
11

Giants are spending the day in meetings. But here’s a thought. Hakeem Nicks was on the sideline yesterday nursing a hamstring thing, and Eli Manning can’t wait to have him back. Think the first-rounder might be headed for extensive playing time this year?

If so, he’ll need all the reps possible to overtake guys like Domenik Hixon and Mario Manningham, who I’m reading is having a heck of a camp catching the ball, not so much in the mental area, though. Some big mistakes. Haven’t heard a lot from Sinorice Moss since the opening practices, but he’s still a guy that bears watching. And Derek Hagan is having a great camp.

Also, what’s the odds that Fred Robbins ends up on the IR. He’s participating in some individual drills, but nothing extensive right now. My bet is he doesn’t make it all the way back for camp. What’s yours?

EP

This entry was posted on Tuesday, August 11th, 2009 at 12:03 pm by Ernie Palladino. Print Print | Email Email
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