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Hakeem Nicks leaves practice
by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer

Colts receiver Hakeem Nicks suffered an undisclosed injury during practice Wednesday and was not able to finish, reports the Indianapolis Star.

Nicks is considered to be OK, and the Herald Bulletin said Nicks might have had his foot stepped on by cornerback Greg Toler in practice. Nicks had a history of foot problems during his tenure with the Giants.

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Colts draft receiver Donte Moncrief
by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer

With the No. 90 pick in the NFL Draft, the Colts drafted receiver Donte Moncrief from Ole Miss.

Moncrief has the chance to be the No. 4 receiver for the Colts behind T.Y. Hilton, Reggie Wayne and Hakeem Nicks. With Wayne coming off a torn ACL and Nicks on a one-year deal, Moncrief could be a significant contributor now and in the future.

He started all 13 games in 2013 for the Rebels and posted a stat line of 59 catches, 938 yards and six touchdowns while averaging 15.9-yards per catch.

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Andrew Luck working on timing with Hakeem Nicks
by Larry Hartstein |

Colts quarterback Andrew Luck was extremely pleased about the signing of Hakeem Nicks. Now he's throwing to Nicks, trying to develop chemistry and timing.

"It’s very good to get the rhythm, get the consistency down, get the timing down because I’ve learned, playing two years, that timing is everything in this league," Luck said. "It is so important and when you feel it, you feel the rapport. When T.Y. (Hilton) came on at the end of the year, like it is with Reggie (Wayne), it makes things just feel a little more simple."

Luck said Nicks is a Super Bowl champ who "knows how to win."

"I think any time you can add that experience with a phenomenal football player, it really helps us out," Luck said. "I’ve been talking and picking his brain about what it takes to make deep runs and how he likes things. I think it’ll be a great addition here."

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Coughlin: Hakeem Nicks needed change
by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer

Giants coach Tom Coughlin said at the NFL owners meeting that Colts receiver Hakeem Nicks, who signed with Indianapolis as a free agent after five seasons in New York, probably needed a change for his career.

"Two years ago he was probably one of the best receivers in the NFL," Coughlin said. "He's had some nicks, he's had some things he had to deal with, the production was not where it should have been last year. We wish Hakeem success, nothing but the best for him. Perhaps this is what he needed, the change he needed. If he re-establishes himself in Indianapolis they'll have one hell of a football team."

Nicks signed a one-year deal with the Colts. He had just 56 catches for 896 yards and no touchdowns in 2013.

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Physical nature brought Hakeem Nicks to Indianapolis
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer

It sure wasn't Hakeem Nicks' touchdown efficiency that made him a Colt -- he had zero scores last year. But Colts coach Chuck Pagano told that Nicks' physical style is what made him an asset to the team. 

"What is there not to like about the guy?" Pagano said from the NFL Owners Meeting in Orlando. "He's a big guy, very, very athletic, experienced guy, played at a high level, won championships. ... Everybody's going to get up in your face now and play bump and run and make it really hard for you to get off the line of scrimmage. He gives you a big, physical presence. When Reggie went down, Da'Rick Rogers was a big guy but he hadn't played and was thrust to the forefront. With Hakeem you get another big, physical receiver that will do a great job versus press coverage and the teams that we're going to have to face, all of them are built to stop the big wideouts. We're going to face big corners, if you will. He brings a lot to the table in that respect."

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2010New York Giants131279105213.3461120155
2011New York Giants151576119215.768717554
2012New York Giants13115369213.150312235
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2013New York Giants151500---0000
Kick Returns
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2010New York Giants1333.000000.0000
2011New York Giants1522.000000.0000
2012New York Giants1311.000000.0000
2013New York Giants1522.000000.0000
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2009New York Giants1420010010
2010New York Giants1310000000
2011New York Giants1500000000
2012New York Giants1300000000
2013New York Giants1500000000
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