New York Giants: Rhett Bomar Is the Last Man Standing

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New York Giants: Rhett Bomar Is the Last Man Standing
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The New York Giants will be very short handed at quarterback Saturday when they take on the Pittsburgh Steelers. It will be the team's second preseason game.

Starting QB Eli Manning is unavailable after receiving 12 stitches in his forehead after being injured Monday night against the Jets.  Manning was in uniform but did not wear any pads or his helmet during practice yesterday.

Backup Jim Sorgi was seen in a helmet but no pads. The veteran backup is nursing a sore shoulder and will be out of Saturday’s game as well. His status for the remainder of the preseason is unknown.  That leaves just Rhett Bomar.

The Giants had just three quarterbacks on the roster until they signed former Holy Cross QB Dominic Randolph on Wednesday. Randolph was with the team in rookie camp but did not catch onto the roster for training camp.

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