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16 of the best photos from Wednesday's practice presented by Hospital for Special Surgery: http://bit.ly/1yzmGuMPhotos from practice (10/1) www.giants.com16 of the best photos from Wednesday's practice presented by Hospital for Special Surgery
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WR Odell Beckham catches passes from QB Eli Manning at practice today! WATCH HERE: http://bit.ly/1uBJJCz Is it Sunday yet?!
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After several rough months battling injuries, Big Blue has few concerns at it begins prepping for Sunday's home game against the Atlanta Falcons. LB Jon Beason (foot/toe), LB Devon Kennard (hamstring) and P Steve Weatherford (ankle) all were set to practice Wednesday, according to coach Tom Coughlin.
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The Giants waived receiver Mario Manningham on Tuesday after giving him an injury settlement. The move means that Manningham, who was placed on injured reserve with a hamstring issue, is free to sign with any other team, and it may be a sign that he's healthy.
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Rolle added that Smith had apologized, and that needed to count for something.
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Mike A. writes… Thanks for your explanation of the two controversial calls in the NY/Wash game on Thursday. One more question re: the Niles Paul play: after thinking about It I couldn’t recall how the ruling on the field (I.e. Incomplete pass) came to be “challenged” In checking the play by play of the box [...]
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In this installment of “Hits, Misses and Musings,” I am going to try something a little different. First, I am reducing the number of players mentioned because, in a blowout, things are lopsided. Instead, I’m going to identify one player for each category—hit, miss, and hiss—and share some screen shots obtained via NFL Game Rewind [...]
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Jeff S. writes… I have to ask you about the Niles Paul play…not the overturn but the penalty. How can you call defenseless receiver when he makes the catch, whether or not he hangs on and lowers his head. And even if they call helmet to helmet, if the offensive player lowers his head to [...]
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Star-Ledger Giants

Osi Umenyiora doesn't think he's done anything to deserve any boos on Sunday upon his return to MetLife Stadium.
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Big Blue gets a statistical bump, but how far behind are they?
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The Giants running back has a message for fantasy football owners who invested in him.
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Big Blue View

Donnell left himself out of his own Fantasy Football lineup, then scored three touchdowns. Maybe New York Giants tight end Larry Donnell should have paid attention last week to the Fantasy Football players who have been scurrying to the waiver wire to add him to their teams. Donnell helped tons of Fantasy players with his three touchdowns last week vs. the Washington Redskins. He would have helped himself, too. If he had put himself in his own lineup. Larry Donnell benched himself in fantasy football last week in favor of Vernon Davis. His team lost by 15 pts. "Would've won...
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Umenyiora says he "really can't answer that question." Osi Umenyiora talked ... and talked ... and talked some more during his conference Wednesday with New York media. The former New York Giants defensive end is, of course, now a member of Sunday's Giants foe at MetLife Stadium, the Atlanta Falcons. Yours truly was not listening in on the call, but without saying it Umenyiora appeared to give reporters on the call the impression he wishes he was still with the Giants. Witness these tweets: Osi was asked a lot of questions and gave a lot of answers on his conf call....
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