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New York Giants News And Notes: Michael Boley, D.J. Ware And More

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Good morning, New York Giants fans!

Michael Boley, who missed all of the preseason with a hamstring injury, is back to practice on a limited basis. He hopes to play on Wednesday against the Dallas Cowboys.

"I feel like I’ll be read," Boley said Saturday. "As a competitor, I don’t like to miss games, period. I’m hoping I’ll be out there and I look forward to it."

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It's been almost four years now and the hole is still there, both in their hearts and in the trophy case in the lobby. Justin Tuck still thinks about it all the time, a chance at back-to-back championships that was stolen away.

NFL talks break off between league and officials - Yahoo! Sports
From Yahoo! Sports: The NFL and its officials' union broke off contract talks again on Saturday, apparently ensuring that the season will open on Wednesday with replacement referees.

Witten in pads, Cowboys work on strange schedule - Yahoo! Sports
From Yahoo! Sports: IRVING, Texas (AP) -- Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett was a few minutes late to the podium Saturday, then abruptly ended his daily briefing with the media earlier than usual.

Ex Cowboy Bennett just wants to help Giants win - Yahoo! Sports
"I'm moreso just trying to show the Giants what they have,'' Bennett said Saturday after the Super Bowl champions practiced. ''That part of my book is done, it's over. That chapter of my book is over and I've got new (stuff) to write about. And I'm excited to get to write the new parts of my life. And it's been great so far. I've been enjoying it and I'm happy pretty much every single day, which is huge. I'm excited to just go out there. It's going to be fun playing against some of the guys I'm still cool with. It's going to be fun.''

Former Giants running back D.J. Ware signs with Tampa Bay Buccaneers | NJ.com
Joins former Giants assistant Mike Sullivan.