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Amukamara (biceps) will miss the rest of the year, the Newark Star-Ledger reports.

A tough blow to Amukamara and the Giants as he was having a Pro Bowl-level season, and the Giants are paper thin in the secondary now with Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie playing through injuries and Walter Thurmond already out for the season.

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Amukamara has been diagnosed with a torn biceps, after leaving Monday's game against the Colts in the first half.

A torn biceps is often a season-ending injury, even when suffered earlier in the year. With just eight weeks remaining, the Giants will likely place Amukamara on injured reserve, leaving Zack Bowman as the probable starter across from a banged-up Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (hamstring/back). A once-deep cornerback group has now lost three players to severe injuries, which leaves Jayron Hosley as the likely nickelback, with Chandler Fenner also a candidate to get snaps in the slot. Bowman, who has started just 25-of-81 career games, is the preferred IDP option of the bunch. He'll likely be tested quite often by opposing quarterbacks, and he flashed strong ball skills during his six-year tenure with the Bears from 2008 to 2013.

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Amukamara left Monday's game with a biceps injury and will not return, Mike Sando of reports.

The Giants have already been hit by quite a few injuries at cornerback this season, with Walter Thurmond (chest) and Trumaine McBride (thumb) notably on injured reserve, while Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (back/hamstring) returned in a limited role for Monday's game. Amukamara's absence will likely lead to added playing time for Jayron Hosley and Zack Bowman, with Chandler Fenner also a candidate to get some snaps. Amukamara's injury history is rather lengthy, but the past issues mostly related to his lower body.

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Amukamara had eight tackles and two passes defensed Monday night.

He had the unenviable task of checking Calvin Johnson, so he saw more than his usual workload.

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Amukamara (groin), who was previously expected to undergo an MRI on Monday, will not need such testing now that he's feeling better, reports.

Amukamara pulled out of Saturday's preseason game after tweaking his groin, but said afterward he could still jog and cut without problem. The cornerback just couldn't run full-speed, which is why he sat out the remainder of Saturday's exhibition contest. With the Amukamara's groin now feeling improved, the Giants' No. 1 cornerback will likely be eased back into practice this week, but it appears he avoided a more concerning setback.

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Amukamara (groin) will undergo an MRI, according to Giants' coach Tom Coughlin, the New York Daily News reports.

Amukamara left Saturday's preseason game with a groin strain, but told reporters afterward that he didn't feel a pop and was able to both jog and cut while on the sidelines. That being said, Amukamara also revealed that he doubted his ability to go full-speed, so that's why he never returned to Saturday's game. For further clarification on Amukamara's ailment, he'll have an MRI performed on his sore groin. While coach Coughlin is reportedly concerned about his No. 1 cornerback's status, the MRI results should be most telling.

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Amukamara exited Saturday's preseason game with a groin strain, reports.

Amukamara was ruled out for the game, leaving Walter Thurmond to play across from Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie in the base defense.

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Prince Amukamara has yet to have long-term talks with the Giants.

Amukamara has emerged as an above-average player, but there should be little rush for the G-Men. Amukamara had trouble staying healthy before 2013, and is under team control for a modest total of $7.93 million over the next two seasons. Amukamara will be positioned for a big payday if he repeats his 2013 this season.

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Giants exercised CB Prince Amukamara's fifth-year club option for 2015.

The 2015 option is for a non-guaranteed $7 million and doesn't prevent the Giants from negotiating a long-term deal. Therefore, it was a relatively easy decision considering Amukamara's status as an above-average, every-down corner just entering his age-25 season. He'll pair with free agent pickup Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie to give the Giants a strong duo for the next two seasons.

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The Giants haven't decided whether to exercise CB Prince Amukamara's fifth-year option for 2015.

Amukamara would cost roughly $7.93 million over the next two seasons. While he hasn't established himself as a must-keep player, there's little downside in the Giants picking up the option and keeping open discussions about a long-term deal. Amukamara had 85 tackles and two forced fumbles last year in his first full season as a starter, but has only three career interceptions.