Will Hill. - Mark L. Baer-US PRESSWIRE
Good morning, New York Giants' fans! Here is your Thursday morning notebook.
Report: Hill says league's Adderall policies will create "problems" | New York Daily NewsGiants safety
Will Hill returned to practice with the team on Wednesday, after serving a four-game suspension for violating the league's performance-enhancing drug policy.
And one of the first things the safety did was to rip that policy. Hill drew his four-game ban for his use of the prescription drug Adderall, which he said he takes for ADHD, and he said the league's stance on that drug will create problems.
"It is a medical condition and people do take it for medical (purposes)," Hill told Newsday. "I know there are other people who do take it for like, to be up, to have fun, things like that, but some people really need to take it because if they don't take it, then what? There's going to be problems. People are going to be agitated and things are going to go on. There'll be people like me, I can't take it no more."
Giants defense plans to fix cracks - NorthJersey.com
Big Blue has work to do before game vs. Bengals.
NY Giants' Eli Manning could sure use some help from brother Peyton Manning of Denver Broncos, who shredded Bengals defense - NY Daily News
Eli Manning can watch tape of the Bengals game last week and have it come to life with his big brother Peyton narrating. One week ago, Peyton and the Broncos were in Cincinnati. On Sunday, Eli and the Giants are in Cincinnati.