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    People who want to get rid of Nicks because he is "injury prone" need to put down the PCP, because that perception is just insane. The guy has one injury plagues year, and all of a sudden he is as fragile as glass?On top of that, these same people are claiming he hurt his groin(we don't even know to what extent) due to him being out of shape, because he missed OTAs. Why would Nicks, who was working out with the team prior to OTAs, just stop training out of the blue? People need to realize that him not being at OTAs doesn't mean he just decided to stop training.

    The season hasn't even begun yet and people are ready to right Nicks off? Absolutely ridiculous, but expected on these boards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYG- View Post
    People who want to get rid of Nicks because he is "injury prone" need to put down the PCP, because that perception is just insane. The guy has one injury plagues year, and all of a sudden he is as fragile as glass?On top of that, these same people are claiming he hurt his groin(we don't even know to what extent) due to him being out of shape, because he missed OTAs. Why would Nicks, who was working out with the team prior to OTAs, just stop training out of the blue? People need to realize that him not being at OTAs doesn't mean he just decided to stop training. The season hasn't even begun yet and people are ready to right Nicks off? Absolutely ridiculous, but expected on these boards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NYG- View Post
    People who want to get rid of Nicks because he is "injury prone" need to put down the PCP, because that perception is just insane. The guy has one injury plagues year, and all of a sudden he is as fragile as glass?On top of that, these same people are claiming he hurt his groin(we don't even know to what extent) due to him being out of shape, because he missed OTAs. Why would Nicks, who was working out with the team prior to OTAs, just stop training out of the blue? People need to realize that him not being at OTAs doesn't mean he just decided to stop training.

    The season hasn't even begun yet and people are ready to right Nicks off? Absolutely ridiculous, but expected on these boards.
    the same people that are criticizing him now are going to be begging he stays after he has a monster year, smh. I remember at one point giant fans were considered some of the most knowledgeable football fans around, wtf happened.

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    Take it slow, we will need him for week one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYG- View Post
    People who want to get rid of Nicks because he is "injury prone" need to put down the PCP, because that perception is just insane. The guy has one injury plagues year, and all of a sudden he is as fragile as glass?On top of that, these same people are claiming he hurt his groin(we don't even know to what extent) due to him being out of shape, because he missed OTAs. Why would Nicks, who was working out with the team prior to OTAs, just stop training out of the blue? People need to realize that him not being at OTAs doesn't mean he just decided to stop training.

    The season hasn't even begun yet and people are ready to right Nicks off? Absolutely ridiculous, but expected on these boards.
    Exactly. It's the same bone-head talk every time a player has a set back. As soon as word get out that they are back on game, the same ones doing all the talking will be back on the bandwagon.

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    He could miss a couple of preseason games if that's what it took to get healthy or get his groin right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoanokeFan View Post
    http://espn.go.com/blog/new-york/gia...-limited-again

    Excerpt: "Hakeem Nicks went through a limited practice again on Monday.

    The wide receiver experienced tightness in his groin on Sunday and watched the last chunk of Sunday's practice. So his participation on Monday was actually somewhat encouraging.

    Tom Coughlin was asked if Nicks being limited was for precautionary reasons.

    "I hope so," Coughlin said.

    Coughlin was asked if he's concerned that Nicks is being too cautious.

    "I dont know that," Coughlin said. "That's not what he tells me. We just want him out there competing and practicing. The guy has not practiced and he really needs to get out there. Well have to see the extent of which we have an issue here."

    Wide receiver Kris Adams is dealing with a hand injury.

    "Yeah, his finger popped out on him but he popped it right back in," Coughlin said. "Hes fine." Read more...
    And this is newsworthy why? As far as I am concerned, I'd be very surprised if Nicks is not "nicked", "bothered", "limited" etc, etc by something. I love his skills and I think he is a Great player when he is is 100%, but he has never been 100% since the day he was drafted.

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    Nicks is working today

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    Nicks not limited in release drills vs. CBs. Goes against Webster to start it off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sethm View Post
    Nicks is working today

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    Nicks not limited in release drills vs. CBs. Goes against Webster to start it off.
    thats odd.....
    even the mildest of groin strains should be rested for at least few days you would think.....hmmm???
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    Quote Originally Posted by GameTime View Post
    thats odd.....
    even the mildest of groin strains should be rested for at least few days you would think.....hmmm???
    yes, it's odd and did you pay attention to TC's words yesterday where he said Nicks needed to be practicing and he was going to see where there was some issue with Nicks not practicing hinting Nicks might be being too cautious.

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