Giants LB Keith Rivers was involved in a car accident during New York's Week 11 bye.
Giants LB Keith Rivers was forced from New York's Week 8 game against the Cowboys with a strained calf, and will not return.
Giants LB Keith Rivers left Thursday night's game with a hamstring injury and is questionable to return.
The Giants currently view LB Keith Rivers as a versatile reserve capable of playing both weak-side and middle linebacker.
The National Football Post reports that bad blood between LB Keith Rivers and the Bengals' organization contributed to his eventual trade to the Giants.
Recently acquired Giants WLB Keith Rivers will make $1.25 million in 2012.
Giants acquired WLB Keith Rivers from the Bengals in exchange for a fifth-round pick in the 2012 draft.
Updating a previous item, the Newark Star-Ledger confirms a Giants trade for Bengals WLB Keith Rivers is being finalized and is "going to happen."
According to the Newark Star-Ledger, there may be "fire behind the smoke" on rumors of the Giants discussing a trade for Bengals OLB Keith Rivers.
A league source tells the Cincinnati Enquirer WLB Keith Rivers' wrist injury is "neither degenerative (nor) career threatening."
Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer refers to WLB Keith Rivers' 2011 wrist injury as "degenerative."
Bengals WLB Keith Rivers (wrist) will remain on the non-football/injury list for the remainder of the season.
Bengals WLB Keith Rivers (NFI, wrist) has resumed practicing.
Bengals WLB Keith Rivers (PUP, wrist) is expected to return to practice sometime this week.