In 2011, New York Giants fans were certainly fearful that rookie first-round pick Prince Amukamara was headed down a path that would label him a bust. The cornerback out of Nebraska broke his foot one day after signing his first pro contract, and he struggled while playing only 144 snaps in seven games that season. Show More Summary
Daimion Stafford is looking to follow in the footsteps of Ndamukong Suh, Prince Amukamara and Lavonte David in taking his talents from Nebraska to the NFL. Stafford is a very good safety prospect that has flown under the radar through the whole draft process. Show More Summary
The New York Giants are picking 19th again in the NFL draft. When that last happened, two years ago, the Giants went on to win the Super Bowl that season. Of course, there's little correlation there because top pick Prince Amukamara didn't play much of a role. Show More Summary
New York Giants cornerback Prince Amukamara is a first-generation American -- his parents came to the U.S. from Nigeria, and his African heritage is something that he takes with him wherever he goes. More than that, the one-time Super...Show More Summary
A lot of things have to fall into place in order for the Giants to make the playoffs this year, but the only part they can control is winning their game against the Eagles on Sunday. That task would be a little more difficult if cornerback Prince Amukamara isn’t able to play because of his…
The Giants are down two touchdowns to the Falcons in the first quarter and they might be down one more cornerback for the rest of the day. Rookie Jayron Hosley, who started Sunday in place of the injured Prince Amukamara, left the game during the Falcons’ second drive with an injured ankle. His return is…
New York Giants at Atlanta Giants: DT Marvin Austin, CB Prince Amukamara, DE Adewale Ojomo, S Kenny Phillips, RB Ahmad Bradshaw, TE Adrien Robinson, S Tyler Sash Falcons: QB Dominique Davis, OL Phillipkeith Manley, TE Chase Coffman, S Willam Moore, WR Tim Toone, DE Lawrence Sidbury, OL Harland Gunn Minnesota at St. Louis Vikings: QB [...]
Giants CB Prince Amukamara was among the players fined on Friday for actions taken in Week 14 games.
We've been focusing all week on injuries to key NFC East offensive players like Robert Griffin III, Dez Bryant and Ahmad Bradshaw, and thus the strained hamstring that has kept New York Giants cornerback Prince Amukamara out of practice has flown under the radar. Show More Summary
The Niners came into Sunday’s NFC Title game rematch with the Giants thinking revenge. Now they should be thinking about just getting back to playing good football again. Antrel Rolle intercepted two passes and Prince Amukamara added another as the Giants pounded the Niners 26-3. “I think this is our most complete game all year [...]
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It looks like the Giants have a decent chance of having cornerback Prince Amukamara in the lineup against Tampa on Sunday. He’s listed as questionable on the team’s final injury report of the week after missing a chunk of time recovering from a high ankle sprain. Amukamara doesn’t know if he’s going to be in…
With Prince Amukamara out for the short term and Terrell Thomas on the injured reserve, the New York Giants were thin at defensive back going into last Wednesday's season opener against the Dallas Cowboys. This year, for the first time,...Show More Summary
New York Giants’ Marvin Austin and Prince Amukamara hoping for comeback against Tampa Bay Buccaneers New York Giants defensive tackle Marvin Austin and cornerback Prince Amukamara, who missed the team’s season opener against Dallas Cowboys...Show More Summary
In Week 1, the Dallas Cowboys exposed an obvious weakness of the New York Giants. Their secondary—which was at a disadvantage from the start of the game—was exposed to the Dallas receivers and guys like Dez Bryant, Miles Austin and Kevin Ogletree took advantage of that weakness by making big-time plays on national television. Show More Summary
There are some veteran quarterbacks coming in to work out for the Giants on Friday. That’s not the only position being looked at. Jenny Vrentas of the Newark Star-Ledger reports that they will also be checking out some defensive backs, including former Colts safety David Caldwell. Based on the way the secondary played on Wednesday…
A thin Giants cornerback corps is going to be a little thinner for the rest of the season opener against the Cowboys. Michael Coe, forced into the starting lineup because of injuries to Terrell Thomas and Prince Amukamara during training camp and preseason, has left the game in the fourth quarter with a hamstring injury.…