Hakeem Nicks Injury: Giants Receiver Says He's Ready To Play

The New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys kick off the season on Wednesday night, and New York wide receiver Hakeem Nicks, recovering from May toe surgery, has every intention of playing in the regular season opener.

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Hakeem Nicks Injury: Nicks Says He Will Play In Opener

Hakeem Nicks said he has no doubt that he will play in the New York Giants season opener on Wednesday, despite the fact he missed his second straight practice Monday.

Nicks, who broke his toe in May and was forced to have surgery, has been working his way back during training camp. He made his preseason debut in the Giants final preseason game, catching one pass for six yards.

While the slow and cautious recovery timetable may cause concern for some, Nicks said Monday it's all with the idea to avoid setbacks.

"I know it's for the better; we don't want any setbacks," Nicks said, according to ESPN.com.

Nicks is coming off of back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons. He caught 76 passes for 1,192 yards and seven touchdowns last season.

For more on the Giants, please be sure to check out Big Blue View and SB Nation New York for all the latest news and updates.

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Hakeem Nicks Injury: Giants Receiver Will Play In Season Opener

The New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys kick off the season on Wednesday night, and New York wide receiver Hakeem Nicks, recovering from May toe surgery, has every intention of playing in the regular season opener.

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