Hakeem Nicks

Hakeem Nicks breaks foot, to be out 3 months

Thu, 24 May 2012 22:18:29 -0700 Giants receiver Hakeem Nicks is expected to be sidelined up to three months after breaking his right foot at a team workout Thursday. Nicks fractured the fifth metatarsal of his right foot as he was running a route… http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2012/05/24/SP9P1ON4ST.DTL

Hakeem Nicks breaks foot bone; Coughlin hopeful

Thu, 24 May 2012 12:54:54 -0700 New York Giants WR Hakeem Nicks has a broken bone in his foot and will undergo surgery, the team announced Thursday. Coach Tom Coughlin is hopeful he'll be ready for the start of the 2012 season. http://www.nfl.com/goto?id=09000d5d82951be8

Hakeem Nicks breaks right foot at Giants OTA

Thu, 24 May 2012 13:33:42 -0700 New York Giants receiver Hakeem Nicks is expected to be sidelined up to three months after breaking his right foot at a team organized activity early Thursday. http://news.yahoo.com/hakeem-nicks-breaks-foot-giants-ota-195005699–nfl.html

Giants WR Hakeem Nicks Fractures Foot At OTAs – Bleeding Green …

The Giants got some bad news today as it was revealed that WR Hakeem Nicks fractured the 5th metatarsal of his right foot during a morning drill at their OTAs this morning. http://www.bleedinggreennation.com/2012/5/24/3041569/giants-wr-hakeem-nicks-fractures-foot-at-otas

Hakeem Nicks Injury: Giants WR Fractures Foot, Out 12 Weeks …

Staying at the top won't be easy for the defending Super Bowl champion New York Giants. The team announced on Thursday afternoon that wide receiver Hakeem Nicks fractured his foot at the Giants… http://www.sbnation.com/nfl/2012/5/24/3041558/hakeem-nicks-injury-new-york-giants

Hakeem Nicks' value takes a hit, but not too big – NFL.com

Time to rearrange the fantasy rankings following word Hakeem Nicks broke a bone in his foot, which the team announced on Thursday. Nicks will undergo surgery on Friday and is expected to be out 12 weeks, which would … http://blogs.nfl.com/2012/05/24/hakeem-nicks-value-takes-a-hit-but-not-too-big/


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10 Responses to Hakeem Nicks

  • 9 to 81 says:

    Hakeem Nicks Breaks His Foot In Practice? Damn… this is a huge blow to the Giants’ season. Nick Fairley had the same injury and couldn’t get through one full game. What do you guys think?

  • Alton C says:

    Who Is Your Best Trio In The NBA History? 1. Michael Jordan Scottie Pippen and Dennis Rodman
    2. Magic Johnson Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and James Worthy
    3. Larry Bird Kevin McHale and Robert Parish
    4. LeBron James Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh
    5. Julius Erving Moses Malone and Maurice Cheeks
    6. Wilt Chamberlain Jerry West and Elgin Baylor
    7. Isiah Thomas Joe Dumars and Dennis Rodman
    8. Karl Malone John Stockton and Jeff Hornacek
    9. Steve Nash Shawn Marion and Amar’e Stoudemire
    10. Steve Nash Dirk Nowitzki and Michael Finley
    11. Charles Barkley Kevin Johnson and Dan Majerle
    12. Chauncey Billups Richard Hamiltion and Ben Wallace/Rasheed Wallace
    13. Patrick Ewing Charles Oakley and John Starks
    14. Paul Pierce Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen/Rajon Rondo
    15. Michael Jordan Scottie Pippen and Horace Grant
    16. Scottie Pippen Horace Grant and B.J. Armstrong
    17. Gary Payton Shawn Kemp and Detlef Schrempf
    18. Tim Duncan Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili
    19. Kevin Garnett Latrell Sprewell and Sam Cassell
    20. Chris Mullin Tim Hardaway and Mitch Richmond
    21. Hakeem Olajuwon Clyde Drexler and Charles Barkley
    22. Clyde Drexler Terry Porter and Kevin Duckworth
    23. Kobe Bryant Pau Gasol and Andrew Bynum
    24. Steve Nash Amar’e Stoudemire and Shaquille O’Neal
    25. Brad Daugherty Mark Price and Larry Nance
    26. Ray Allen Glenn Robinson and Sam Cassell
    27. Walt Frazier Willis Reed and Dave DeBusschere
    28. Bill Russell Bob Cousy and John Havlicek
    29. Shaquille O’Neal Penny Hardaway and Horace Grant
    30. Gilbert Arenas Antwan Jamison and Caron Butler
    31. Dwight Howard Rashard Lewis and Jameer Nelson
    32. Chris Webber Vlade Divac and Peja Stojakovic
    33. Reggie Miller Rik Smits and Dale Davis
    34. Yao Ming Tracy McGrady and Metta World Peace
    35. Tom Chambers Xavier McDaniel and Dale Ellis
    36. Shaquille O’Neal, Kobe Bryant and Eddie Jones/Nick Van Exel
    37. Tom Chambers Kevin Johnson and Dan Majerle/Jeff Hornacek
    38. Karl Malone John Stockton Mark Eaton
    39. Calros Boozer Deron Williams Mehmet Okur/Andrei Kirilenko
    40. LeBron James Mo Williams and Žydrūnas Ilgauskas
    41. Dirk Nowitzki Jason Kidd and Josh Howard
    42. Alonzo Mourning Tim Hardaway and Jamal Mashburn
    43. Baron Davis Jamal Mashburn and Jamaal Magloire
    44. Dikembe Mutombo Steve Smith and Mookie Blaylock/Christian Laettner
    45. Kevin Garnett Stephon Marbury and Tom Gugliotta
    46. Rasheed Wallace Scottie Pippen and Steve Smith
    47. Glen Rice Vlade Divac and Anthony Mason
    48. Wilt Chamberlain Jerry West and Gail Goodrich
    49. Bill Russell John Havlicek and Sam Jones
    50. Kareem, Abdul-Jabbar Oscar Robertson and Bob Dandridge
    51. Norm Van Lier, Bob Love, Jerry Sloan
    52. Shaquille O’Neal Kobe Bryant and Karl Malone/Gary Payton
    53. Magic Johnson James Worthy and Vlade Divac
    54. Patrick Ewing Larry Johnson and Allen Houston/Latrell Sprewell
    55. Vince Carter Antonio Davis and Hakeem Olajuwon

    • Curator says:

      Your best bet is to take it to a sports memorabilia shop and have them look at it.. They can give you a value.. More than likely they will look it up on EBay to see if there are any cards to compare it to also…..

  • Anonymous says:

    FANTASY FOOTBALL 2012 KEEPER LG? I’m in a keeper money league(smaller lg 6 teams.i know you hate small lgs)and i need to decide on whether to keep Darren Mcfadden,Jimmy Graham,Peyton Manning,Hakeem Nicks,or Fred Jackson.Lg rules are you can’t keep a player who was drafted in the first 3 rounds so that’s why most of the MAIN PLAYERS aren’t being kept.these are other teams keepers:Calvin Johnson,Drew Brees,Matthew Stafford,Gronkowski,Tom Brady.those are other peoples keepers(which by the way 3 teams keep qbs meaning i have a great shot at rodgers).all that aside who do you think i should keep for next season???

    DMC- Michael Bush gone in oak really opens the door for DMC if he can stay healthy but anybody can get injured at any time so idc if he’s injury prone he’s a beast with potential to be a top 3 rb.i’m really leaning on DMC as my keeper.

    Graham-losing a coach could hurt but i doubt that will bother him.resigning colston i think helps him because defenses can’t really afford to double cover him.he has the potential to be the top TE this year as i think gronks stats drop with lloyd coming to NE so i’m torn on who to keep.

    Nicks-Predicted to be a top 5 WR this year and was a monster in the playoffs/super bowl.I think him and Eli have a great connection

    Manning-has a tough schedule but he has alot of weapons by his side in denver.i beleive he’s a huge sleeper this year if healthy

    Jackson-until his injury happened this guy was an absolute beast.he was #1 in fantasy up until that point but Spiller makes me nervous.he’s supposed to get a contract extension but is 31 so he’s iffy to me.


    • Curator says:

      Okay, I’d keep McFadden

      Fred Jackson is over 30, and it’s really hard to tell if he’ll be as good as last year after his injury. Plus CJ Spiller is competition in the backfield

      Graham is a TE, and although he’s really good, I don’t think taking a top TE is a better idea than a top RB. I just don’t think it’s worth keeping a TE when there’s other decent options at tight end. I think Graham is a top 25 pick, but DMC will be higher.

      Nicks is injury-prone, and most likely will miss a few games next season, and that’s why he’s out.

      Manning is a solid QB…but he’s 4th or 5th on my QB rankings. If Rodgers is going to be there, I’d try getting him and not settle for Manning. Manning’s older and on a new team, so it’s risky

      DMC is your best option. Hopefully he stays healthy, and if he does, he’ll be very good. A top RB is tough to come across, so I’d keep the one you have.

  • Anonymous says:

    Where Would Eli Manning And Philip Rivers Be Today Had #10 Actually Played For San Diego? Between 2006 and 2008, It was widely considered the Chargers were by far the greater benefactor of the events preceding the 06 regular season. Manning was dealt to the Giants for Philip Rivers upon refusal to play, their 3rd rounder(Nate Kaeding) and the following year’s first round selection(Shawne Merriman).

    In 2005 Shawne Merriman won defensive rookie of the year, Drew Brees almost lead a big comeback but came up short and narrowly missed the playoffs, injuring his throwing arm in week 17.. Thus, not resigned. In 2006 the Chargers became the clear #1 seed after close losses @Baltimore and @KC propelled a 10 game win out of the remaining schedule, despite the absences of Luis Castillo and Shawne Merriman(17 sacks) who was serving a suspension for steroids. Tomlinson(I refuse to refer to him as “LT”) broke the rushing TD record and won the league MVP award that year. Nate Keading also made his first probowl that year.

    Meanwhile, across the fence, Eli Manning looked like a huge bust. Kurt Warner who temporarily mentored him, said he saw “some of the worst QB play” from Eli while with the Giants. Eli broke the all time franchise INT record twice, including a 4 INT performance vs the then worst pass defense Minnesota(3 for TD’s). In fact, he currently holds a 82.1 lifetime passer rating and has thrown over 50 more picks than Rivers.

    Unfortunately for the Chargers, Nate Keading became what Mike Vanderjagt once was, a choker.. Shawne Merriman got in trouble with the law and found himself repeatedly injured, has been completely worthless ever since. Tomlinson too eroded into obscurity, he begged for a pay cut so he could come back and sat out crucial games with(and I’m not joking) “a sore toe” till he got let go. Martyball got canned for Norv Turner, quite possibly the most under achieving HC in the history of the game.. Yet despite all this, Rivers became a prolific passer(%95.5CQBR) who threw 4,700yds/30tds with the likes of Seyi Ajirotutu and Legedu Naanee in 2010.

    I’ll probably get accused of being a sour Pats fan but Eli is probably the luckiest/worst QB with multiple titles since Ben Roethlisberger.. The 07 Giants were barely 10-6, got enormously lucky vs GB and in the Superbowl after the Patriots secondary dropped 3 game ending INT’s or Brady getting hurt before the AFC Championship game. Since 2008 the Giants have been lucky to land some freakishly athletic receivers in Hakeem Nicks, Mario Manningham, Steve Smith, and Victor Cruz. Had Eli instead inherited an ancient Keenan McCardell, would he be collecting deposits on recyclables and would Rivers have at least 4 rings by now?
    Gates missed half the year after a historic first half, went on IR week 9. Recall a washed up Randy McMichael at TE for SD that year, also VJ is pretty overrated, Rivers has played well without him who didn’t become a “threat” at WR till about his 3rd year.

    • Curator says:

      It wouldn’t matter cause with Norv Turner at head coach the Chargers aren’t winning anything with God at QB, much less Eli or Phillip.

      Yes Eli has gotten lucky in many ways. However this year his team was just better than New England. The 5 best NFL teams this year were all from the NFC. It wouldn’t be til number 6, the Patriots, til you get an AFC team on the list. Didn’t matter who played in the Super Bowl, NFC was winning it. That said, the miracle catch on David Tyree’s helmet could only happen to Eli. That was pure luck. Favre throwing the costly overtime interception. Eli has had luck on his side. But so has Rivers, only his is bad luck.

      The year San Diego went 14-2, they lost at home to New England. Then the next year lost again to New England in the AFC title game with Tomlinson sitting out most of the game. Face it. Manning may be the luckiest QB ever, but Rivers isn’t as good as people think he is either.

  • Anonymous says:

    NFL Poll: Who’s Better? And I dont just mean about how good their team is or how many wins they have, Im talking about the individual players.

    Philip Rivers/Ben Roethlisberger
    Deangelo Williams/Ryan Mathews
    Hakeem Nicks/Mario Manningham
    Alex Smith/Chad Henne
    Ray Lewis/ Patrick Willis
    Brandon Jacobs/Mike Tolbert

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