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  • Giants' Azeez Ojulari: Another injury-plagued campaign

    Ojulari totaled 16 tackles (nine solo), including 2.5 sacks, over 11 contests during the 2023 season. Separate hamstring and ankle injuries caused Ojulari to miss six games early in the season, and he's suited up in just 18 of a possible 34 regular-season contests over the past two campaigns. After logging a promising 8.0 sacks as a rookie in 2021, the Georgia product tallied a career-low 2.5 sacks in 2023, with two of those coming in the relatively meaningless regular-season finale against Philadelphia. Ojulari has shown considerable pass-rush talent when able to suit up, but his ability to stay healthy will be key as he looks to have a bounce-back year in the final season of his rookie contract in 2024.
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  • Giants' Azeez Ojulari: Moves to active roster

    Ojulari (ankle) moved from injured reserve to the active roster Saturday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. The linebacker is still listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Cowboys but is expected to play, per Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com. Ojulari has been on injured reserve for a month and also missed two games with a hamstring injury. The third-year pro has started all three contests he's been available to play in and recorded two tackles.
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  • Giants' Azeez Ojulari: Moved to IR

    The Giants placed Ojulari (ankle) on injured reserve Saturday, Art Stapleton of The Bergen Record reports. Ojulari sustained an ankle injury in Week 5 against the Dolphins. He missed two games this season with a hamstring injury and will be forced to sit out for at least the next four games. Ojulari will be eligible to return against the Cowboys on Nov. 12.
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  • Giants' Azeez Ojulari: Returning Monday

    Ojulari (hamstring) has no injury designation ahead of Monday night's game against Seattle. The 2021 second-round pick has been nursing a hamstring injury that held him out of the Giants' past two games, but it seems as if he's had time to move past the issue. Ojulari's return should definitely help a struggling New York pass rush, as the 23-year-old recorded 13.5 sacks over his first two years in the NFL.
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  • Giants' Azeez Ojulari: Gets in full practice Saturday

    Ojulari (hamstring) was a full participant in Saturday's practice, Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reports. Ojulari's full participation in Saturday's session indicates that he should be good to go for Monday's matchup against the Seahawks. He missed the last two games with a hamstring issue and could be on a snap count to avoid aggravating that injury. He was limited to 30 defensive snaps in Week 1 against the Cowboys.
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  • Giants' Azeez Ojulari: Still not at full health

    Ojulari (hamstring) was a limited participant in practice Thursday. Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Ojulari hasn't played since suffering his hamstring injury in Week 1, but he appears to be nearing a return. According to Dan Duggan of The Athletic, the Georgia product was doing 2-on-2 pass rush drills at full speed during practice, which could be a sign he'll likely be ready to return Monday against the Seahawks.
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  • Giants' Azeez Ojulari: Doubtful for Week 2

    Ojulari (hamstring) is doubtful for Sunday's game in Arizona, Art Stapleton of The Record Sports reports. Ojulari played more than half of New York's defensive snaps in the 40-0 Week 1 loss to the Cowboys, but he registered only one tackle. If the starting linebacker sits as expected Sunday against the Cardinals, Jihad Ward would likely step into a larger role.
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  • Giants' Azeez Ojulari: Now dealing with hamstring injury

    Ojulari (hamstring) was a limited participant at practice Wednesday ahead of Sunday's game at the Cardinals, Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports. The severity of the issue is unclear, so it's not obvious whether there's any risk of Ojulari missing game action. If he does miss time, it could mean additional snaps for the veteran Jihad Ward.
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  • Giants' Azeez Ojulari: Questionable for divisional round

    Ojulari (quadriceps) is listed as questionable for Saturday's game against the Eagles, Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reports. Ojulari was limited for the third consecutive practice Thursday due to a bruised quadriceps, which he sustained during Sunday's wild-card win over Minnesota. The 23-year-old did say Wednesday that his availability and effectiveness would largely come down to pain tolerance. While the significance of this injury is still unclear, the second-year edge defender did appear notably hampered by this issue during Thursday's sessions, per Leonard. Ojulari logged 5.5 sacks this regular season despite being limited to seven appearances due to separate calf and ankle injuries, which provides some confidence in his ability to play through this quad issue against Philadelphia.
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  • Giants' Azeez Ojulari: Hurts ankle Saturday

    Ojulari injured his ankle during Saturday's game in Minnesota, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Prior to his departure in the second quarter, Ojulari had two tackles, including a sack of Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins. It marked his fourth consecutive contest with at least a half sack.
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  • Giants' Azeez Ojulari: Makes big impact in return

    Ojulari recorded a sack and a fumble recovery Sunday in a Week 13 tie with the Commanders. Ojulari was activated from injured reserve Saturday after missing seven games with a calf injury. He made only one tackle in his return, but it was a very impactful one, as he got to Taylor Heinicke on Washington's first drive of the third quarter and forced the QB to fumble as he was set to throw. Ojulari then recovered the ball, leading to a New York touchdown. He was on a limited snap count Sunday after the long layoff, but Ojulari should see increasing opportunities moving forward given the impact he has made when active this season.
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  • Giants' Azeez Ojulari: Ready to play vs. Commanders

    The Giants activated Ojulari (calf) from their injured reserve list Saturday ahead of Sunday's game versus Washington, Art Stapleton of The Bergen Record reports. After sitting out the Giants' last seven games, it appears Ojulari is poised to suit up in Week 13. The 2021 second-rounder will probably step into a rotational role on a Giants defensive line set to face a Commanders team that's won three in a row coming into Sunday.
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  • Giants' Azeez Ojulari: Hits injured reserve

    Ojulari (calf) was placed on IR on Saturday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Ojulari has been dealing with a calf issue since late August. He returned to make his season debut Week 3 against Dallas but aggravated the injury Week 4 and hasn't played since. He'll now be required to sit out at least four games, so his next chance to play won't come until Nov. 24 on the road against the Cowboys.
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  • Giants' Azeez Ojulari: Won't play Sunday

    Ojulari (calf) is inactive for Sunday's matchup against the Ravens, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Ojulari was listed as doubtful, so it's not surprising to see him ruled out for a second straight game due to a calf issue. The second-year defensive lineman was able to return to practice in a limited fashion ahead of Week 6, so it appears he's on track to return in Week 7.
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  • Giants' Azeez Ojulari: Available Monday

    Ojulari (calf) is listed as active heading into Monday's game against the Cowboys, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Ojulari will ultimately suit up after practicing in a limited fashion and being listed as questionable heading into Week 3 against Dallas. The second-year defensive end recorded 49 tackles and eight sacks over 17 games in 2021, though he's been sidelined with a lingering calf issue so far this season. Now, Ojulari, along with rookie Kayvon Thibodeaux, will be available to play for the first time this season as the Giants face a depleted Cowboys offensive line Monday.
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  • Giants' Azeez Ojulari: Questionable for Monday

    Ojulari (calf) is listed as questionable for Week 3 versus Dallas, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Ojulari already sat out the first two weeks of the season with a calf injury he sustained back in August, but he at least appears to be trending in the right direction after practicing in a limited capacity this week. If he's still not quite ready to play Monday, Jihad Ward should continue to see the lion's share of the work at defensive end.
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  • Giants' Azeez Ojulari: Still limited Wednesday

    Ojulari (calf) was listed as a limited participant during the Giants' practice Wednesday. Ojulari was ruled inactive ahead of the Giants' season opener on Sunday after he was limited with a lingering calf injury during the previous week of practice. The 2021 second-round pick emerged into a prominent role at defensive end early on as a rookie, recording 49 tackles and eight sacks while starting 13 of 17 games last season. Should Ojulari and 2022 first-round pick Kayvon Thibodeaux (knee) both sit out for the second straight game in Week 2, then veterans Jihad Ward and Nick Williams will likely once again see increased usage along the Giants' defensive front.
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  • Giants' Azeez Ojulari: Unlikely to play Sunday

    Ojulari (calf) is doubtful for Sunday's season opener against the Titans, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Ojulari was limited at practices this week, but he's unlikely to play in Week 1. The 2021 second-round pick initially suffered the injury during the first week of August and has remained day-to-day since. His slow return to full practices is concerning, but it doesn't appear to be a major issue yet. In Ojulari's absence, expect Jihad Ward and Nick Williams to garner increased roles opposite Leonard Williams.
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  • Giants' Azeez Ojulari: Limited Tuesday

    Ojulari (calf) was a limited participant during Tuesday's practice, Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News and Art Stapleton of The Bergen Record report. Per Stapleton and Leonard, Ojulari was wearing pads but participated in mostly stationary position drills. The 2021 second-round pick has been considered day-to-day for the last two weeks, so Wednesday's official injury report should provide some clarity on his availability for Week 1.
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  • Giants' Azeez Ojulari: Still recovering from injury

    Head coach Brian Daboll said Monday that Ojulari (calf) is considered day-to-day, Ryan Dunleavy of the New York Post reports. Ojulari has been considered day-to-day with a calf issue since the last week in August, so this news doesn't give much clarity regarding the 2021 second-rounder's potential availability for Week 1 against the Titans. Expect the Giants to provide more insight on that front once the team's first practice/injury report is posted this week.
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