The Giants have released veteran punter Steve Weatherford, a source has told NFL Network.
Weatherford has been a starter for New York teams - two years with the Jets and four with the Giants - since 2009. He averaged 45.5 yards per punt last season, which is higher than his career average.
Giants punter Steve Weatherford has declared himself fine after his car skidded on the wet New Jersey Turnpike at 3:30 a.m. Sunday and slammed into a median, ESPN has reported. His car wasn't so fortunate - it was totaled.
Weatherford, who expressed via Instagram that he walked away uninjured and got a ride home with some state troopers, later texted that he had a "couple cuts and burns, busted lip" and added that he "should be dead."
The Giants will have their questionable players Week 10 against the Seahawks.
Zack Bowman, Cullen Jenkins and Mathias Kiwanuka will all play. Bowman is dealing with an abdomen injury. Jenkins has a calf issue, and Kiwanuka is dealing with a knee injury.
The team will also have Weston Richburg, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and Steve Weatherford. All three players were listed as probable coming into the contest.
Giants running back Rashad Jennings (knee) was the only player labeled doubtful heading into Sunday's game against the Seahawks in Seattle. The team released its final injury report Friday and the only players deemed questionable for Week 10 were Cullen Jenkins (calf), Mathias Kiwanuka (knee) and Zack Bowman (abdomen).
The following players were ruled probable: <span data-shortcode="annotation" data-id="1673483" data-text="Weston Richburg" data-canon="Weston Richburg" data-type="SPORTS_OBJECT_PLAYER" id="shortcode0"> (ankle), Adam Snyder (knee), Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (back), Steve Weatherford (ankle) and Preston Parker (ankle).
Three key Giants who were on the injury report are active for Monday's game against the Colts. They are defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul, who was probable with a shoulder injury; corner Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, who was questionable with back and hamstring injuries; and punter Steve Weatherford, who was probable with an ankle injury.
The Giants have released the team's final injury report for Monday's Week 9 matchup with the Colts, and cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (back, hamstring) is the only player listed as questionable.
Rodgers-Cromartie spent the entire week of practice limited after spending his bye week at the team facility receiving treatment for his injuries. If he can't go, he'll join running back Rashad Jennings (knee) and defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins (calf), both of whom have been ruled out afer missing practice all week, on the sidelines.
Defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul (shoulder) and punter Steve Weatherford (ankle) are both listed as probable to play Monday. Pierre-Paul practiced in full on Thursday and Friday before missing Saturday's session. Weatherford has been limited all week.
The Giants will have their injured players Week 7 against the Cowboys.
Jon Beason, Spencer Paysinger, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and Steve Weatherford are all active coming into the contest. Beason and Weatherford came into the game listed as probable. Paysinger and Rodgers-Cromartie were questionable.
Giants linebacker Jon Beason (toe) and punter Steve Weatherford (left ankle) were the only players on the injury report to practice in full on Friday. Both players were deemed probable for Week 7 at Dallas, per the team's official website.
Meanwhile, cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (ankle, hamstring) and linebacker Spencer Paysinger (hamstring) were limited participants on Friday, leaving them questionable for Sunday. As expected, running back Rashad Jennings (knee) was the only player on the injury report to be ruled out for Week 7.
Giants defensive end Robert Ayers, who was questionable with a neck injury, is active for Sunday night's game at the Eagles. Also suiting up are cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (ankle, hamstring) and punter Steve Weatherford (ankle). They were listed as probable.
The Giants have ruled out running back Rashad Jennings (knee) and linebacker Spencer Paysinger (hamstring) for their Sunday night game at Philadelphia. Neither has practiced this week.
Listed as questionable are defensive end Robert Ayers (neck) and linebacker Jon Beason (foot/toe). Cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (ankle/hamstring) and punter Steve Weatherford (ankle) are both probable.
The Giants have deemed three players questionable for their Sunday game against Atlanta. They make up three-fourths of their Friday injury report.
Those so designated are linebackers Devon Kennard (hamstring) and Jon Beason (foot/toe) and wide receiver Odell Beckham (hamstring). Punter Steve Weatherford (ankle) is probable.
Giants cornerback Zack Bowman and punter Steve Weatherford are ready to go Week 4.
Bowman came into the game considered questionable, but is active for the contest. Weatherford was probable, and always expected to play.
Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham (hamstring) and linebacker Devon Kennard (hamstring) have been ruled out for Thursday's NFC East showdown with the Redskins. Linebacker Jon Beason might join Beckham and Kennard on the sidelines for Week 4 since he is being considered doubtful due to a foot/toe injury.
Cornerback Zack Bowman (quadricep), tackle James Brewer (back) and tackle Charles Brown (shoulder) are listed as questionable, while punter Steve Weatherford (left ankle) is probable.
Giants punter Steve Weatherford is questionable for Week 2 against the Cardinals, as a result of an ankle injury. He will test the ankle Saturday before receiving official clearance.
Giants punter Steve Weatherford suffered several torn ligaments in his left ankle after getting roughed on a kick during Monday's game against the Lions, a source told NJ.com. Though, Weatherford will not need surgery.
It is uncertain how the injury will affect Weatherford's status heading into Week 2 against the Cardinals.
Giants punter Steve Weatherford played through a high ankle sprain in Week 1 against the Lions. He had a boot on his left foot in the locker after the game. X-rays on his ankle came back negative. He's expected to undergo an MRI on Tuesday, per Newsday.
Giants guard Chris Snee and punter Steve Weatherford agreed to pay cuts. Snee's new contract saves the team about $4.7 million.