Ayers (hamstring) is listed as active Sunday against the Cowboys, the Giants' official site reports. Logging his first appearance since Week 2, Ayers will attempt to revitalize a dismal Giants pass rush that has totaled just eight sacks in six games in 2015.
Ayers (hamstring) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Cowboys. Ayers is expected to play for the first time since Week 1, and while his presence should boost the Giants' non-existent pass rush, he'll have a tough matchup against the excellent Cowboys offensive line. He had 22 tackles and five sacks in 12 games last season.
Giants defensive end Robert Ayers is out for Sunday's game in Buffalo. With Ayers out for a second straight week, George Selvie will likely slide over to left defensive end again, allowing Kerry Wynn to join the starting lineup as the right defensive end. Even against a run-heavy Bills team, the Giants defense will sorely miss its most effective pass-rusher.
Giants defensive end Robert Ayers, who missed last Thursday's game with a hamstring injury, had difficulty getting through practice Wednesday. The Giants could really use Ayers Sunday as he's been their best pass rusher with Jason Pierre-Paul out. At this point, he's listed as questionable.
Giants defensive end Robert Ayers was able to dress for Monday's OTA practice and worked on a limited basis, per NFL.com. Ayers suffered a lateral ankle sprain at the start of OTAs and was held out last week with swelling in the ankle.