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January 19, 2012 | Associated Press
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning missed part of Wednesday's practice session with an illness that coach Tom Coughlin called "a stomach bug, hopefully a 24-hour deal. " Manning was placed on the Giants' injury report for the first time this season as a limited participant in practice, though he missed the majority of it. The team is preparing to play the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday for the NFC championship. "If there is one guy who can miss a practice Wednesday mentally, it's No. 10," guard Chris Snee said of Manning, who has had his best pro season.
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June 26, 2008 | Daily News Wire Services
The New York Giants guaranteed that their offensive line will stay together for the foreseeable future, signing guard Chris Snee yesterday to a 6-year, $43.5 million contract extension. Snee, 26, will earn nearly $24 million in the first 3 years of the deal, agent Tony Agnone said. The extension will keep the right guard under contract with the Super Bowl champions through 2014. Since beating the New England Patriots for the NFL title in February, the Giants have locked up three starters on the offensive line.
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August 10, 2004 | Daily News Wire Services
The Carolina Panthers' unsettled offensive line took another hit yesterday when projected starting right tackle Adam Meadows abruptly announced his retirement. Meadows, 30, signed a 5-year, $15 million contract with the Panthers as a free agent on March 9, but had been kept out of most of training camp by persistent shoulder problems. The team encouraged Meadows to undergo treatment for arthritis in the shoulder, but Meadows decided to call it quits. "They told me that there would be highs and lows, and that I would have to play through the pain - and that there would be times when I wouldn't be able to play at all," said Meadows, who had operations in 1999 and last December.
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November 22, 2011 | ASSOCIATED PRESS
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - The feeling of euphoria and invincibility the New York Giants had after beating New England 2 weeks ago is gone. Long gone. It's been replaced by disappointment, anger and frustration in the wake of consecutive losses to San Francisco and the Eagles that has wiped out their two-game lead in the NFC East. The slump has left many wondering whether the Giants (6-4) are heading for another second-half swoon. The loss on the road to the Niners (9-1)
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December 27, 2012 | Associated Press
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - In some ways, Tom Coughlin has come full cycle with the Giants. Coughlin spoke of restoring Giants pride when he took over an underachieving team in 2004. His message Wednesday heading into what might be the final week of a suddenly very disappointing season is again about restoring that pride. It's not what he or anyone expected after the defending champions started the season 6-2. But this team has no semblance of being either a champion or a contender, especially after losing the last two games to Atlanta and Baltimore by a combined 67-14.
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August 18, 2005 | By Ashley Fox INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
It was a simple question Michael Strahan wasn't prepared to answer. After losing seven of their last eight games against the Eagles, including four straight, how much ground, if any, have the New York Giants gained this off-season on their NFC East rivals? "I don't know," Strahan said after a recent training-camp practice here. "We'll have to figure that out when we play, because they're a tough team and they're playing with a lot of confidence. We're just trying to find ourselves.
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August 20, 2010 | By Ashley Fox, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The New York Giants must have been getting their Michael Phelps on early Friday morning when they decided to scratch Shawn Andrews a check. It's the only explanation for why the Giants would agree to pay the former Eagles offensive guard anything north of $1 to take up space in their locker room. That, or they needed a singer. Or their trainers needed something to do. Or general manager Jerry Reese just felt like lighting money on fire. Because at this point, to count on Andrews to be anything other than a waste of time and money is pointless.
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January 19, 2012 | DAILY NEWS WIRE REPORTS
NEW YORK Giants quarterback Eli Manning missed part of yesterday's practice session with an illness that coach Tom Coughlin called "a stomach bug, hopefully a 24-hour deal. " Manning was placed on the Giants' injury report for the first time this season as a limited participant in practice, though he missed the majority of it. The team is preparing to play the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday for the NFC championship. "If there is one guy who can miss a practice Wednesday mentally, it's No. 10," guard Chris Snee said of Manning, who has had his best pro season.
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December 5, 2008 | By LES BOWEN, bowenl@phillynews.com
YOU CAN TALK about that huge late failure to convert on fourth-and-1, and a couple of crucial replay challenges that didn't go the Eagles' way, and a hobbled Brian Westbrook, but none of that was the biggest reason the Birds lost their last meeting with the Giants, 36-31, on Nov. 9 at Lincoln Financial Field. The essence of the game was the Giants' offensive line controlling the line of scrimmage, outplaying the Eagles' defenders. New York ran for 219 yards on 45 carries, and controlled the ball for 39 minutes and 10 seconds, leaving the Birds with only 20:50 worth of offense.
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December 27, 2012 | Associated Press
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - In some ways, Tom Coughlin has come full cycle with the Giants. Coughlin spoke of restoring Giants pride when he took over an underachieving team in 2004. His message Wednesday heading into what might be the final week of a suddenly very disappointing season is again about restoring that pride. It's not what he or anyone expected after the defending champions started the season 6-2. But this team has no semblance of being either a champion or a contender, especially after losing the last two games to Atlanta and Baltimore by a combined 67-14.
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January 19, 2012 | Associated Press
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning missed part of Wednesday's practice session with an illness that coach Tom Coughlin called "a stomach bug, hopefully a 24-hour deal. " Manning was placed on the Giants' injury report for the first time this season as a limited participant in practice, though he missed the majority of it. The team is preparing to play the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday for the NFC championship. "If there is one guy who can miss a practice Wednesday mentally, it's No. 10," guard Chris Snee said of Manning, who has had his best pro season.
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January 19, 2012 | DAILY NEWS WIRE REPORTS
NEW YORK Giants quarterback Eli Manning missed part of yesterday's practice session with an illness that coach Tom Coughlin called "a stomach bug, hopefully a 24-hour deal. " Manning was placed on the Giants' injury report for the first time this season as a limited participant in practice, though he missed the majority of it. The team is preparing to play the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday for the NFC championship. "If there is one guy who can miss a practice Wednesday mentally, it's No. 10," guard Chris Snee said of Manning, who has had his best pro season.
SPORTS
November 22, 2011 | ASSOCIATED PRESS
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - The feeling of euphoria and invincibility the New York Giants had after beating New England 2 weeks ago is gone. Long gone. It's been replaced by disappointment, anger and frustration in the wake of consecutive losses to San Francisco and the Eagles that has wiped out their two-game lead in the NFC East. The slump has left many wondering whether the Giants (6-4) are heading for another second-half swoon. The loss on the road to the Niners (9-1)
SPORTS
August 21, 2010 | By Ashley Fox, Inquirer Columnist
The New York Giants must have been getting their Michael Phelps on early Friday when they decided to scratch Shawn Andrews a check. It's the only explanation for why the Giants would agree to pay the former Eagles offensive guard anything north of $1 to take up space in their locker room. That, or they needed a singer. Or their trainers needed something to do. Or general manager Jerry Reese just felt like lighting money on fire. Because at this point, to count on Andrews to be anything other than a waste of time and money is pointless.
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December 5, 2008 | By LES BOWEN, bowenl@phillynews.com
YOU CAN TALK about that huge late failure to convert on fourth-and-1, and a couple of crucial replay challenges that didn't go the Eagles' way, and a hobbled Brian Westbrook, but none of that was the biggest reason the Birds lost their last meeting with the Giants, 36-31, on Nov. 9 at Lincoln Financial Field. The essence of the game was the Giants' offensive line controlling the line of scrimmage, outplaying the Eagles' defenders. New York ran for 219 yards on 45 carries, and controlled the ball for 39 minutes and 10 seconds, leaving the Birds with only 20:50 worth of offense.
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June 26, 2008 | Daily News Wire Services
The New York Giants guaranteed that their offensive line will stay together for the foreseeable future, signing guard Chris Snee yesterday to a 6-year, $43.5 million contract extension. Snee, 26, will earn nearly $24 million in the first 3 years of the deal, agent Tony Agnone said. The extension will keep the right guard under contract with the Super Bowl champions through 2014. Since beating the New England Patriots for the NFL title in February, the Giants have locked up three starters on the offensive line.
SPORTS
August 18, 2005 | By Ashley Fox INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
It was a simple question Michael Strahan wasn't prepared to answer. After losing seven of their last eight games against the Eagles, including four straight, how much ground, if any, have the New York Giants gained this off-season on their NFC East rivals? "I don't know," Strahan said after a recent training-camp practice here. "We'll have to figure that out when we play, because they're a tough team and they're playing with a lot of confidence. We're just trying to find ourselves.
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August 10, 2004 | Daily News Wire Services
The Carolina Panthers' unsettled offensive line took another hit yesterday when projected starting right tackle Adam Meadows abruptly announced his retirement. Meadows, 30, signed a 5-year, $15 million contract with the Panthers as a free agent on March 9, but had been kept out of most of training camp by persistent shoulder problems. The team encouraged Meadows to undergo treatment for arthritis in the shoulder, but Meadows decided to call it quits. "They told me that there would be highs and lows, and that I would have to play through the pain - and that there would be times when I wouldn't be able to play at all," said Meadows, who had operations in 1999 and last December.
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