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Giants' Graham Gano: Likely done for season
Gano, whom the Giants placed on injured reserve Saturday, will require surgery to address his left knee injury and isn't expected to return this season, Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reports.
Gano's placement on IR means that he'll have to miss a minimum of four games, and though the 2-7 Giants haven't confirmed that he'll be shut down for the season, he's unlikely to be pushed to return coming off surgery in the midst of a non-contending campaign. The Giants signed Randy Bullock to their practice squad last week and elevated him to the active roster to handle kicking duties in Gano's stead in an eventual 30-6 loss to the Raiders on Sunday. Additionally, New York signed Cade York off the Titans' practice squad last week but kept him inactive against Las Vegas. The Giants could continue to evaluate Bullock and York in practices this week before deciding which of the two will serve as Gano's primary replacement the rest of the way.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Graham Gano: In line to go on IR
The Giants are slated to place Gano (knee) on injured reserve, Michael Eisen of the team's official site reports.
Once the move becomes official, Gano will miss a minimum of four games, but it remains to be seen how long the kicker will be out, with Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com having previously reported that Gano is slated to undergo a procedure on his left knee. With Gano sidelined, the Giants are signing Cade York off the Titans' practice squad and adding Randy Bullock to their practice squad ahead of Week 9 action.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Graham Gano: Officially on injured reserve
The Giants officially placed Gano (knee) on injured reserve Friday, Michael Eisen of the team's official site reports.
With surgery on his left knee on tap, Gano now will miss at least the next four games while on IR. In Gano's place, it's unclear who will be the Giants' kicker Sunday at Las Vegas after the team signed Cade York off the Titans' practice squad and Randy Bullock to the practice squad from the free-agent ranks.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Graham Gano: In line for knee surgery, IR stint
Gano is slated to undergo surgery on his left knee and be placed on injured reserve, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network and Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News report.
For a third week in a row, Gano is dealing with a knee injury, which may have been the reason he made just one of four field-goal attempts the last two games. He told Art Stapleton of The Bergen Record last week that he likely required surgery but hoped to wait until the end of the season before doing so. Now, though, Gano will miss at least four games once the move to IR goes through. The Giants held tryouts for four kickers Thursday, and Randy Bullock will emerge from it with a practice-squad contract, pending a physical, per Adam Schefter of ESPN.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Graham Gano: Limited again Thursday
Gano (knee) was a limited participant at Thursday's practice, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports.
Gano is tending to a left knee injury for a third consecutive week, which may be partly the reason the Giants held tryouts for four kickers Thursday. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, the Giants ultimately chose to sign Randy Bullock to their practice squad, leaving him as the next man up to handle kicking duties if Gano needs to miss time due to the injury to his plant leg. Gano has one more opportunity to practice this week and prove his health, but if the team has any questions about his availability ahead of Sunday's game at Las Vegas, Bullock will be elevated to the 53-man roster.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Graham Gano: Still dealing with knee injury
Gano (knee) was a limited participant at practice Wednesday, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports.
Gano played through the issue in the knee of his plant leg this past Sunday but struggled in a 13-10 overtime loss to the Jets, missing two of his three field-goal attempts. The Giants appear content to allow Gano to continue kicking even though he's presumably less than 100 percent healthy, but if his accuracy remains an issue in future contest, a stint on injured reserve could be in the forecast.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Graham Gano: Continues to struggle
Gano went 1-for-3 on field-goal tries and made his lone extra-point attempt against the Jets in a Week 8 overtime loss.
Per Art Stapleton of The Bergen Record, Gano indicated before the contest that his left knee remains painful and will eventually require surgery, which may be a key factor in his struggles this season. The usually reliable kicker missed twice in Sunday's loss, with one of the misses being a chip shot 35-yarder that went wide left. That failed kick came with less than 30 seconds remaining in the contest, opening the door for the Jets to drive the other way and convert a game-tying field goal to send the matchup into overtime. Gano came into 2023 having gone 89-for-97 in the regular season over his first three years as a Giant, but he's been far from dependable this season, hitting just 11 of 17 attempts and missing twice from under 40 yards.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Graham Gano: Practices Thursday
Gano (knee) was a full participant in practice Thursday after participating on a limited basis Wednesday, Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports.
It's a good sign that the kicker is on track to play for the eighth time in as many games this season Sunday against the Jets. Gano has made all seven extra-point attempts and 10 of 14 field goals in 2023.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Graham Gano: Misses lone FG attempt Week 7
Gano missed his only field-goal try and converted both extra-point attempts versus the Commanders in a 14-7 win Sunday.
Gano popped up on the injury report with a knee injury during the practice week, though it's unclear if that contributed to his uncharacteristic miss from 42 yards out on a field-goal try in the first quarter. The veteran went 10-for-11 on attempts from 40-to-49 yards last season, but he's already missed two of his five tries from that distance during the current campaign. Gano established himself as one of the league's most reliable kickers over his first three seasons with New York, so his 10-for-14 mark on field-goal attempts through seven contests this season is well below his usual standard.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Graham Gano: Good to go vs. Washington
Gano (knee) does not carry an injury designation into Sunday's game versus the Commanders, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports.
Gano showed up on the Giants' injury report Wednesday with a knee injury, but it's evidently not severe enough to hold him out of game action in Week 7. He hasn't lacked opportunities in 2023, but he has struggled somewhat to convert on longer attempts through six games.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Graham Gano: Pops up on injury report
Gano was listed as a limited participant at Wednesday's practice due to a left knee injury, Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reports.
The injury is to Gano's non-kicking leg, and his ability to practice in any fashion to begin Week 7 prep is at least a positive sign for his chances of playing Sunday versus the Commanders. The Giants don't have another kicker on the 53-man roster or practice squad at the moment.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Graham Gano: Hits all three FG tries Sunday
Gano made all three of his field-goal attempts in Sunday's 14-9 loss to the Bills.
The Giants weren't able to score a touchdown in the contest, so Gano's leg was responsible for all of the team's scoring. The veteran converted two 29-yarders and a 43-yarder to finish with exactly three field goals for the second straight week. Gano is 10-for-13 on field-goal tries overall this season, with two of his misses coming Week 1 versus Dallas.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Graham Gano: Drains three field goals in Week 5
Gano made three of four field-goal attempts and converted his only extra-point try against Miami in a loss Sunday.
The Giants mostly struggled on offense again, with their only TD coming on a second-quarter pick-six. However, they were at least able to move the ball enough to give Gano four field-goal tries, and he connected on three of them, including on a 51-yarder in the fourth quarter. The veteran kicker did miss an attempt for the first time since Week 1, though it was a tough try from 55 yards out. This was the first time Gano has been given more than two field-goal opportunities in a game this season; despite his big leg, it will be hard for him to score many points if the team's offense continues to struggle.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Graham Gano: Converts only field-goal try
Gano drilled his only field-goal attempt from 55 yards and didn't try any extra points in a Week 4 loss to the Seahawks on Monday Night Football.
Gano was perhaps the only bright spot in a dreary performance by New York's offense, as he hit from 55 yards out late in the second quarter. It was the veteran kicker's second make from over 50 yards this season -- he converted from 57 yards against San Francisco last week. Gano has rebounded from missing all three of his kicks Week 1 to go 4-for-4 on field-goal tries and 4-for-4 on extra-point attempts over three weeks since, but that volume isn't great from a fantasy perspective. His big leg and accuracy will only go so far unless the Giants offense is able to wake up from an early-season slumber.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Graham Gano: Drills 57-yard FG against 49ers
Gano made both of his field-goal attempts in Thursday's Week 3 loss to San Francisco.
The Giants tried for a two-point conversion on their only touchdown, so Gano didn't get a chance to attempt any extra points. However, the veteran kicker hit a 44-yard field goal in the first quarter and converted an attempt from 57 yards out just before halftime. Gano has made all three of his field-goal tries over his past two games and appears to be back on track after an uncharacteristic pair of misses in a season-opening loss to Dallas.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Graham Gano: Bounces back with game-winning FG
Gano made his only field-goal attempt and all four extra-point tries against the Cardinals in a Week 2 win Sunday.
Gano, and the Giants as a whole, had a miserable Week 1, as the veteran kicker missed both of his field-goal tries and suffered an ankle injury to boot in the 40-0 loss against Dallas. However, Gano was able to recover in time to take the field Week 2 and looked to be back in form, drilling the game-winning field goal from 34 yards out with less than 20 seconds on the clock to cap a furious New York comeback. Despite his struggles in the season-opener, Gano has earned a reputation as one of the league's most reliable kickers after making 89 of 97 field-goal tries (including 20 of 25 from 50-plus yards) over the previous three campaigns.... See More ... See Less
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