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New York Giants News And Notes: When Will Giants' Prince Come Back?

Good morning, New York Giants's fans. Here are your news and notes for today.

First-round draft pick Prince Amukamara said he "felt good" after participating in practice Wednesday for the first time since breaking his foot.

"I think I'm doing good on the timeline that Coach Coughlin said, which is I'll probably be here with the team after the bye," Amukamara said about a possible return.

The Giants' bye week comes following Sunday's game against Buffalo.

Giants quarterback Eli Manning is well aware of the 12 interceptions thus far in 2011 by the Buffalo defense.

"They are fast. They run around and they make plays. They are stripping balls from guys or just being around the ball and getting it tipped up. They are very sound on defense. We have to make sure that we are careful with the ball," Manning said.

Former NY Giants captain Antonio Pierce wouldn't have tolerated own comments on Justin Tuck

That's the funny thing about former players - and even some current ones.

They sometimes say things they'd never quietly accept if those things were said about them. And it's not just Pierce, who chided Justin Tuck and Brandon Jacobs on Monday for not playing through injuries that didn't require surgery. And it's not just his former teammate Michael Strahan, who poked at Tuck three weeks earlier for getting treatment on the sidelines during the Eagles game.

Former Giants push Parcells for Hall of Fame -
One by one yesterday morning inside the Hackensack Golf Club grill room, a who's-who list of former Giants players paid tribute to their Godfather.

NFL fines Giants safey Kenny Phillips for hit - NFL - Yahoo! Sports
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - The NFL has fined New York Giants safety Kenny Phillips $20,000 for a hit on Seattle Seahawks tight end Zach Miller.

Hynoski doesn’t have strength back; Pascoe ready to return to FB
Henry Hynoski has not regained all the strength in his right arm after suffering a burner Sunday-his second in two weeks.

That means Bear Pascoe once again faces the task of preparing to be both a fullback and a tight end heading into this weekend's game against the Buffalo Bills.

Giants work out a pair of long snappers as possible fill-ins for injured Zak DeOssie |
No word of a signing yet.

Giants vs. Bills: Jake Ballard, Bear Pascoe, Scott Chandler playing a variety of roles |
Last year, they were three tight ends who didn't make the Giants' roster.