Who wore 88 for the New York Giants?

Talking about the legendary player that wore the number 88 for the New York Giants, we are talking about no other person than the legendary Wide Receiver Hakeem Nicks.

Who wore 88 for the New York Giants?

Who wore 88 for the New York Giants? When we talk about a legendary player who wore the number 88, we are talking about none other than the legendary wide receiver Hakeem Nicks. Hakeem Nicks wore the number 88 during his career.

Former American football wide receiver Hakeem Amir Nicks (born January 14, 1988) played wide receiver.

In the first round of the 2009 NFL Draft, the New York Giants selected him from North Carolina, where he played college football. Nicks also participated in NFL games for the Indianapolis Colts.

Nicks committed to a five-year, $12.54 million contract on August 1st, 2009. An incentive of $6.5 million is part of the agreement.

Nicks competed for a starting spot with the Giants’ other wide receivers during training camp, especially Domenik Hixon and Steve Smith, and Nicks had the highest overall average of any of them with a 16.0 average.

On September 13, 2009, against the Washington Redskins, Nicks caught his first NFL pass as a wide receiver, gaining 11 yards. On a 54-yard screen pass against the Kansas City Chiefs on October 4, 2009, Nicks caught his first touchdown pass.

Nicks became the first Giants rookie to score touchdowns in four straight games since Bob Gaiters, who did so in five straight contests in 1961, throughout the following four games. Odell Beckham Jr., though, surpassed that mark.