The NFL handed down a lot suspensions this offseason, if you don't remember who was suspended, you can check out our handy list here.
Giants corner Jayron Hosely will have to sit out the first four games of the 2014 NFL season after violating the league's substance-abuse policy.
The Giants put forth a poor effort in a 20-12 loss to the Colts, and to make matters worse, Jason La Canfora says, the injuries continue to pile up.
If the Giants' 9-7 season has taught us anything, it's that no problem exists in a vacuum. WR Hakeem Nicks' knee injury allowed defenses to focus on WR Victor Cruz and effectively take away the threat of the big play.
Giants inactives for Sunday's game against the Eagles include DT Chris Canty and CB Jayron Hosley.
The Giants still have a chance to make the playoffs with a win over the Eagles, but the way this season has been going, don't count on it.
Giants WR Victor Cruz says a new contract is structured but that nothing has been finalized yet.
Giants CB Jayron Hosley (quad) rode the exercise bike one day after being added to the practice report. His absence is significant because defensive coordinator Perry Fewell said the rookie would start on Sunday against the Eagles if CB Prince Amukamara (hamstring) can't play.
The Giants have had trouble with the Eagles and Michael Vick in the past, so the uncertain status of CB Prince Amukamara is a concern.
The Giants' practice attendance improved on Thursday, as RB Ahmad Bradshaw, WR Hakeem Nicks and RG Chris Snee all worked after missing Wednesday's practice. DE Justin Tuck and S Kenny Phillips were each active for the second consecutive day.

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