The Giants' long-rumored James Bradberry separation leaves them thin at the cornerback position. Although Big Blue should not be ruled out of a veteran addition here, the team is turning to one of its holdovers to fill Bradberry’s spot. Aaron Robinson is the early favorite to start on the...
Coach Brian Daboll said Robinson (undisclosed) will likely be wearing a red jersey at practice, signifying he's limited Tuesday, Zack Rosenblatt of The Newark Star-Ledger reports. It's unclear at this time what specifically is holding Robinson back from practicing at full strength. The Giants need someone in their cornerbacks room...
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With OTAs in the books and only mandatory mini-camp remaining in the New York Giants offseason program, let’s open the Big Blue View Mailbag and see what questions we can answer. Jeff Bergman asks: - On the contract options, it seems everything I see written suggests that if the...
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The New York Giants released Pro Bowl cornerback James Bradberry due to issues with the salary cap. Bradberry’s departure opened a starting vacancy on the outside for the Giants. Adoree’ Jackson assumed the No. 1 cornerback position, but questions linger about the second starting cornerback spot. The name...
Aaron Robinson is the early favorite to replace James Bradberry at outside cornerback. Here's why the team feels good about that potential move.
When the New York Giants released cornerback James Bradberry for salary-cap considerations on May 9, the NFL team created a considerable hole in its secondary. The former Pleasant Grove High School and Samford star wasn’t only a former Pro Bowler, he also played 1,159 defensive snaps – all but 10 of the Giants’ total – in the 2021 season.
With the long-expected release of CB James Bradberry today, the NY Giants will now have enough cap space to sign their draft picks in time for Rookie Camp which starts Thursday, May 12th. But, it’s last year’s draft picks, Aaron Robinson and Rodarius Williams, that will move up the depth chart and look to replace the veteran, Bradberry.
Aaron Robinson, Jimmy Smith and 8 other Giants options to replace James Bradberry at cornerback, the weakest spot on roster
James Bradberry protracted exit from the Giants finally came to its conclusion on Monday. Bradberry was cut for cap savings, creating a huge hole in the Giants’ defense as a result. Giants general manager Joe Schoen tried to shop Bradberry around the NFL in a trade but was unable...
The NY Giants defense is going to look drastically different in 2022, there’s no doubt about that. New defensive coordinator Wink Martindale created a defense in Baltimore which led the league in blitz percentage three of the last four seasons – a category the Giants finished in the bottom half of the league in over the same period.
New York Giants’ second-year cornerback Aaron Robinson could be the perfect candidate to have a breakout season in 2022. Aaron Robinson missed nearly half of his rookie season due to injury. He was thrown into action in a week eight matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs. As the season progressed and the New York Giants’ secondary was hit with injuries, Robinson was occasionally given a bigger role.
Robinson was activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list Saturday, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Robinson tested positive for COVID on Dec. 15. With starting corner Adoree' Jackson still on the COVID list, as well as Keion Crossen, Robinson could be in line for significant work Sunday against the Eagles, a role he undertook in Week 13 and 14 before being placed in COVID protocols.
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The Giants have now had five players test positive this week. Giants to the Reserve/COVID-19 list. Following positive tests from rookie wide receiver Kadarius Toney, wide receiver John Ross, and edge rusher Oshane Ximines, the team reveals linebacker/special teamer Cam Brown and rookie cornerback Aaron Robinson have also tested positive for the virus. Second-year safety Xavier McKinney is a close contact.
Robinson (illness) won't play Sunday against the Cowboys, Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reports. Robinson tested positive for COVID-19 on Wednesday and will need to spend at least 10 days away from the team since he's unvaccinated. He'll be able to join the team late next week, so he could have a chance to return Dec. 26 against Philadelphia. Adoree' Jackson (illness) will also be unavailable in Week 15, so James Bradberry and Keion Crossen should see plenty of work.
Robinson was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Wednesday after testing positive for the virus. Robinson is one of five Giants players to have tested positive since Monday, and Xavier McKinney is also sidelined as a close contact. Robinson had a career-high nine tackles (seven solo) during Sunday's loss to the Chargers.