Giants' Ross hopes to play vs. Falcons
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- New York Giants cornerback Aaron Ross practiced Wednesday for the first time since pulling his left hamstring in training camp in August.
Ross, who started 24 of 30 games in his first two seasons with the Giants, hopes to be ready to play when New York (5-4) returns from a bye and plays the Atlanta Falcons on Nov. 22.
"This is my livelihood, this is how I feed myself, my family," Ross said. "Not being able to be out there and do it is very hard. I am very, ...
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