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New York Giants News, Notes and Quotes for Dec 1

What’s on tap for Saturday, Dec. 1…the Giants will continue to prepare for the Bears’ visit. Kickoff is Sunday at 1:00pm.

Friday Injury Report …TE Evan Engram (hamstring) and LB B.J. Goodson (hip) have been ruled OUT for Sunday’s game against Chicago. LB Lorenzo Carter (hip) is QUESTIONABLE.

Friday’s practice participation: Did Not Practice –TE Evan Engram (hamstring); Limited Practice – LB Lorenzo Carter (hip), LB B.J. Goodson (neck); Full Practice – LB Tae Davis (ankle), CB Grant Haley (hamstring), S Curtis Riley (shoulder), DL Kerry Wynn (concussion)



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“I think our team, we’re starting to develop an offensive line that’s playing better, which allows us to do more things. Couldn’t say that was the case earlier in the year, and that stalls you out at times. It’s safe to say our last three games were our offensive line’s best three performances. I don’t know what our identity is. I think it’s always important to run the ball. There’s a phase of your offense that involves play action, and then you have the drop back game, and then you do all the others things your quarterback can do.” – Pat Shurmur on if his team’s identity is centered around the run.   

“He’s played really good. The one bad game that he didn’t play good, he had one bad game everybody was beating him up on, that was after he had that unbelievable burner. He had a neck issue and he didn’t practice all week, he walked-through and then he went out there and was a little tentative in the first half. I had a burner when I played in college and if somebody hits you in the head, your whole left arm goes numb and it feels like somebody’s sticking a knife in your back.” – Offensive line coach Hal Hunter on LT Nate Solder’s recent performance.

“RJ’s a guy who has worked hard to get himself back in shape to play football. He went out there and played and did his job. He plays well with his pad level, he plays well with his hands, he has decent feet, he’s a good athlete, so we expect some good things out of him.” – Defensive line coach Gary Emanuel on rookie DL RJ McIntosh.  



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