Good morning, New York Giants fans! Here are some headlines to follow at the start of your weekend.
Coughlin nominated for Salute to Service Award
This year, Giants head coach Tom Coughlin was nominated by the team to receive the Salute to Service Award, presented by the USAA.
The Salute to Service Award, which is presented by USAA, "was created to acknowledge the exceptional efforts by members of the NFL community to honor and support U.S. service members and veterans."
Coughlin has been very active with the NFL in military support in the past. In 2009, Coughlin traveled to the Middle East in 2009 to attend a USO trip. In 2012, the Big Blue head coach was the recipient of the US Army's Outstanding Civilian Service Award. All 32 teams in the NFL do have a nominee for the award. The winner of the Salute to Service Award will be announced during the NFL Honors award show of February 6, the day before the Super Bowl.
Former Giants offensive lineman Chris Snee explains how he would try to game plan for Jason Pierre-Paul in the trenches.
Rookie left tackle Ereck Flowers, normally a soft-spoken man, has been a vocal leader for Big Blue.
Do you live in the Hartford, Connecticut television market? If so, you'll have the chance to watch the Giants game, but not the Patriots matchup against the Redskins, this Sunday.
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Alex grades the Giants rookies at the midway point of the season. Who earned the highest mark?
The decision to allow Jason Pierre-Paul to suit up this Sunday will come today after a workout, according to head coach Tom Coughlin.
Check out the full injury report for Sunday's game here. Larry Donnell, as well as J.T. Thomas and Jon Beason, will all be inactive.
Ed sits down with Sander Philipse of Bucs Nation for this week's edition of "Five Questions."
Around the NFL
Bills receiver Percy Harvin, also suffering a knee injury, will be out for Sunday's contest against the Miami Dolphins and could be put on season-ending injury reserve due to the injury, according to Bills GM Doug Whaley.