Peyton Hillis, Danny Ware to work out for N.Y. Giants?
Backfield injuries have the New York Giants stretched thin. Seeking depth at running back, the Giants reportedly plan to work out Peyton Hillis and former Big Blue running back Danny Ware.
New York Giants' Da'Rel Scott expected to be out a few weeks
New York Giants running back Da'Rel Scott is expected to be out a few weeks with a strained hamstring, according to agent Chitta Mallik.
David Wilson could miss N.Y. Giants' next three games
New York Giants running back David Wilson is expected to miss three weeks with a neck injury. There's a possibility his season might be over pending a specialist's diagnosis, Ian Rapoport reports.
Da'Rel Scott waived by N.Y. Giants after first start
Da'Rel Scott earned his first career start on Sunday. Two days later, the New York Giants waived the third-year running back. What does the move say about David Wilson?
Weekly rankings: Jordan Cameron second to one
The fantasy tight end spot has been pretty tumultuous this season. So maybe it shouldn't be a surprise that Jordan Cameron has risen up Adam Rank's rankings.
N.Y. Giants' offensive line might be root of problem
The New York Giants held a players-only meeting in the wake of their grim 38-0 loss to the Carolina Panthers on Sunday. Center David Baas said the offensive line needs to figure out a way to keep Eli Manning upright.
David Wilson plays just 24 snaps in N.Y. Giants' loss
David Wilson accounted for just 17 yards in the New York Giants' Sunday loss to the Denver Broncos, after running for just 19 yards in Week 1. Is it time to worry about Big Blue's running game?
Injury roundup: Jamaal Charles likely to play in Week 2
Jamaal Charles hurt his quad in Week 1, but the Kansas City Chiefs running back is likely to be OK. Also, updates on Danny Amendola, Marcedes Lewis and more.
Dallas Cowboys' renewed emphasis on takeaways paying off
After a season of takeaway futility, Brandon Carr and the Dallas Cowboys got back to forcing turnovers in a big way on Sunday. What's different in the Big D? Gil Brandt breaks it down.
Tom Coughlin: N.Y. Giants' David Wilson a marked man
Tom Coughlin won't commit to David Wilson as the New York Giants' starting running back. But the coach admitted the Giants need Wilson -- despite his struggles -- on the field.
Brandon Jacobs, New York Giants reunite after off year
Brandon Jacobs re-signed with the New York Giants on Tuesday, providing them with a familiar face at running back with Andre Brown injured and David Wilson having fumbling issues.
Da'Rel Scott to get chance to impress New York Giants
Da'Rel Scott will get a chance to show what he can do for the New York Giants before the team adds another running back, Aditi Kinkhabwala reported Wednesday. If Scott struggles, expect a new face added to the mix.
David Carr, Ryan Torain cut by New York Giants
Quarterback David Carr and running back Ryan Torain were among those who lost their jobs as the New York Giants set their the 53-man roster before Saturday's NFL deadline.
Andre Brown fractures leg in Giants' preseason finale
The New York Giants couldn't survive Thursday's game versus the Patriots without a significant injury. Running back Andre Brown, the team's goal-line specialist, sustained a "tiny crack" in his left leg.
NFC minicamp storylines
Gregg Rosenthal goes from team to team in the NFC, breaking down the biggest storylines to watch over the next month. Who will emerge among the Green Bay Packers' running backs?
Tim Hightower reportedly will visit New York Giants
The New York Giants were supposed to meet with Tim Hightower in March. The injured halfback finally might get his chance to impress Big Blue. He's reportedly set to visit the Giants Wednesday.
Chris Canty to make season debut for New York Giants
The New York Giants already boast one of the NFL's top defensive fronts. The return of defensive tackle Chris Canty for Sunday's game against the Washington Redskins will only bolster the unit.
New York Giants cut D.J. Ware after five seasons
After finding himself lost in the shuffle on the New York Giants' depth chart, D.J. Ware learned Friday that he'd been cut. The running back played five seasons in New York, winning two rings.