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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.

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Giants RCB Prince Amukamara is not expected to shadow Calvin Johnson on Sunday.

Amukamara has been the Giants' top corner this season with Corey Webster missing most of the year. However, the Giants play sides. Trumaine McBride handles the left side, while Terrell Thomas mans the slot. Megatron will get some work against all three. In a must-win situation, Johnson could have a huge game.

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Giants RCB Prince Amukamara (concussion) has been cleared for Week 2.

Amukamara passed his concussion tests Friday and returned to a full practice. He'll start opposite Corey Webster in Sunday's game against the Broncos.

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Giants RCB Prince Amukamara (concussion) returned to practice Friday.

Amukamara did not participate at all on Wednesday or Thursday. He appears to have been cleared and will likely suit up against the Broncos on Sunday. The Giants are going to need all the help they can get against Peyton Manning.

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Giants RCB Prince Amukamara (concussion) could be cleared to practice later this week.

Amukamara did some running on the side Wednesday and it appears he's getting better. He's still looking questionable for Week 2. The Giants are currently using Aaron Ross at right cornerback.

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Giants CB Prince Amukamara was removed from Sunday night's game due to a concussion.

Amukamara will now need to pass the NFL's concussion protocol before returning to practice. The Giants will be forced to go with Aaron Ross at right cornerback in his absence.

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Prince Amukamara left Sunday night's game in the second quarter with an apparent head injury.

Amukamara and Ryan Mundy were involved in a scary head-to-head collision at the end of the first half. Both are being evaluated for a possible concussion and are questionable to return.

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Giants DC Perry Fewell says third-year CB Prince Amukamara's "skill set is much improved."

It's the first time in Amukamara's career that he has been a full participant in OTAs and minicamp. He missed his first offseason due to the lockout, and he then battled an array of injuries last spring. Amukamara now has lofty goals for himself. "I really want to be the No. 1 corner on this team," he said. "As soon as I establish myself as the No. 1 corner [on the team], then hopefully just become the No. 1 corner in the whole league." Amukamara is locked into the starting right corner spot opposite Corey Webster.