Just what the Giants needed, a season ending injury to starting center Jim Cordle.
Cordle suffered an injury to his patella tendon last Sunday vs. the Cowgirls and will join Henry Hynoski, David Bass, Da'Rell Scott, David Wilson, Aaron Ross, Shaun Rodgers, and Chris Snee on the laundry list of players in the IR.
The third year center has played in every game since...
Jim Cordle, the Giants’ starting center in seven of the last eight games, was today placed on season-ending injured reserve with an injury to his patella tendon, which he suffered Sunday in a loss to the Dallas Cowboys.
Cordle joins fellow offensive linemen Chris Snee and David Baas on injured reserve.
His place on the roster was taken by Stephen Goodin, who has spent the entire...
Dallas Cowboys safety J.J. Wilcox was being evaluated for a head injury suffered in the first half against the New York Giants on Sunday.
It was not clear whether Wilcox was hurt late in the first quarter or early in the second. He was on the field when the Giants started a field goal drive late in the quarter. His injury was announced after the kick early in the second.
Via AP on Fox
November 24, 2013
The New York Giants, have had a crazy preseason so far. Every week, the Giants are seeing starter after the other go down with an injury. From safety Antrel Rolle to wide reciever Victor Cruz to right tackle David Diehl, Big Blue is looking more like Black and Blue. Big Blue is confident in the depth they have on the offensive line, and back-up lineman Jim Cordle is ready to step up.
Two years ago, Jake Ballard and Jim Cordle were seniors on an Ohio State squad that won the Rose Bowl. Now, the two former OSU gridiron stars are hoping to add a Super Bowl victory to their résumés. Ballard and Cordle suit up for the New York Giants and talked about the excitement of playing in the biggest sports contest in America with BuckeyeSports.com