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    Nov 2006

    Corey Webster, Linval Joesph Not Practicing


    "One day after returning to practice after missing the past two games, cornerback Corey Webster didn’t practice today.

    The possible setback for Webster, who has been sidelined by a groin injury, would be a huge blow to the secondary with the Giants going against the pass-happy Eagles on Sunday.

    With cornerbacks Aaron Ross (back) and Jayron Hosley (hamstring) also not practicing, the Giants are dangerously thin in the secondary. Ross wasn’t visible during the portion of practice open to the media. Coach Tom Coughlin isn’t counting on Hosley to play vs. the Eagles.

    Also not on the field was starting defensive tackle Linval Joseph (ankle/knee). Tight end Adrien Robinson (foot) didn’t practice, either.

    As expected, center David Baas (neck) and guard Chris Snee (hip) didn’t practice. Neither will play vs. the Eagles.

    All the other players on Wednesday’s injury list were on the field, including DE Jason Pierre-Paul (knee) CB Terrell Thomas (knee), DT Shaun Rogers (back) and LB Mark Herzlich (toe)."
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    Big Hank will get a few snaps. Rogers and Patterson is good enough for the Philly game.
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    We desperately need a blocking tight end on the field. Come on Robinson!
    Manning is king of the comebacks, having engineered 24 fourth-quarter comebacks and 28 game-winning drives, including two in the final minutes of Super Bowls XLVI and XLII. Moreover, his quarterback rating rises to 94.2 in "late-and-close" games. With numerous comebacks, eight postseason victories and a pair of Super Bowl MVPs under his belt, few have been better with the game on the line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timmytimm3 View Post
    We desperately need a blocking tight end on the field. Come on Robinson!
    He has been useless, he's currently injured so I'll give him that.
    His best game was a Thursday practice during training camp.

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    Why don't they just call off practice? It doesn't seem to be doing any good anyway and soon there won't be enough bodies to even have one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timmytimm3 View Post
    We desperately need a blocking tight end on the field. Come on Robinson!
    Obviously, Robinson's injury is more serious than the Giants originally implied.

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