Something will happen on Sunday to defensive end Olivier Vernon that has never happened to him in his NFL career, now in its sixth season. Vernon will miss a game. Vernon was declared inactive against the Chargers with a sprained ankle, not an unexpected development, considering he was not able to practice during the week....
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By Steve Serby - Thursday Sep 7, 2017
Olivier Vernon has a big game to play Sunday night against Ezekiel Elliott, Dak Prescott and the Cowboys, and a big burden on his mind. As he prepares for the prime-time season opener and gets ready to board the Giants’ flight to Dallas, Vernon has no choice but to hope and pray his father will...
- Olivier Vernon only Giant to kneel as anthem protest shifts
By Paul Schwartz - Sunday Oct 1, 2017
TAMPA – Olivier Vernon was the only Giants player to kneel down Sunday afternoon during the playing of the national anthem at Raymond James Stadium. Two other Giants, Landon Collins and Damon “Snacks’’ Harrison, stood arm-in-arm and held up their fists. All the other Giants players stood with their arms interlocked. Last week, Vernon, Harrison...
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