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Should the New York Giants go after Jermaine Gresham?

As the NFL season became a short and unsuccessful end for the New York Giants, there are many off-season tasks the team must complete in order to get ready for the start of the 2015 season. One of the most import ones is to resign potential unrestricted free agents. This year tight end, Jermaine Gresham, is on the market. He played college football for the University of Oklahoma...
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New York Giants draft philosophy could net these unexpected players

The New York Giants have never adhered to traditional versions of draft boards. Many fans and analysts can usually peg the team’s glaring needs, but the Giants operate mostly by best player available when they draft. This year, defensive end and offensive line have been mocked to the team for most of the offseason. That means little to the Giants. It shouldn’t discount that the...
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The New York Giants should consider letting Eli Manning walk

The New York Giants and Eli Manning have tabled contract talks and are letting him play out the final year of his seven-year, $106.9 million contract. The Giants did have the opportunity to extend his contract last season which would have saved them a little money this year but they opted against that. Both sides seem comfortable with the decision “I’ve known a lot of people...
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Report: Eli Manning not concerned about contract

New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning is entering the final season of his six-year, $97.5 million contract. At this time, it is reported that there have been no discussions between Manning and the Giants on an extension (via Fox Sports). When approached about the status of his contract, Manning didn’t seem to be concerned one bit: I haven’t made a big deal about it. ...
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NFL Draft Intangibles

Hunger and motivation are difficult to quantify. You never truly know how far a player will go to get to the next level. Amani Toomer was a Round 2 WR who my father loved out of Michigan. He had a great motor. My father (who went to college in the Big Ten, and watches a lot of those games) regaled me with stories about Toomer.  There was one where Toomer returned a punt and seemingly...
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Odell Beckham Jr. says hamstring will always be in back of mind

According to Dan Graziano of ESPN, Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham said he's healthy and not hampered by a hamstring injury he sustained around this point last year; however, he admitted the injury still looms in his mind. The injury caused Beckham to miss the first four games of his rookie season "[It's] always in the back of my mind, but I'm definitely a lot healthier...
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Why the Giants Will Have an Elite Offense this Sea

Last season, the Giants offense took a huge step forward from the season prior. In 2013, the offense ranked 28th in the league in total offense with the 3rd worst run game and averaged a measly 18.4 points per game. However, with the change in offensive scheme from former offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride to a fresh face in Ben McAdoo, offensive production improved greatly improved...
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Are the New York Giants Super Bowl contenders?

Are the New York Giants Super Bowl contenders? It wouldn’t be a true NFL off-season without guarantees as we learned this week from another NFC East player, Tony Romo of the Dallas Cowboys. Now running back Rashad Jennings of the New York Giants, believes his team falls in the Super Bowl contender category as well. Despite the New York Giants finishing 6-10 last season, Jennings...
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Rashad Jennings: We're going to win the championship

New York Giants running back Rashad Jennings believes his team is ready to make a run at a Super Bowl. The offense is in the second year of coordinator Ben McAdoo’s system, while wide receiver Victor Cruz returns to bookend second-year playmaker Odell Beckham Jr. “No question,” Jennings said, via Bob Glauber of Newsday. “We’ve got the skill set to do that. We showed...
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New York Giants Victor Cruz will be ready for 2015

When the 2015 season begins, expect one of the league’s better receivers to be prepared. The New York Giants‘ Victor Cruz will be ready for the season opener. In a story previously reported by Kevin Patera of, Giants general manager Jerry Reese took a cautious approach but anticipates Cruz being on the field for game 1 of the 2015 season. Reese had this to say, “He...
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Giants safety Nat Berhe calls out former DC Perry Fewell

What started as a simple fluff question about new defensive coordinator Steve Spagunolo escalated into a loaded answer from New York Giants safety Nat Berhe. Berhe was asked about how he's taken to the new personality that Spagnuolo brings to the team, and while praising his new defensive boss he took a subtle shot at his old one.   "Coach [Spagnuolo], you know, I can talk to him...
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Buy This New York Giants Tailgate RV (No Bathroom) — $2,000

Are you a New York Giants fan shopping for a tailgate fixer upper in the bargain bin? Then consider your search closed, because for $2,000 you can have the Giants RV above. Sure, it kind of looks like the RV used to kidnap the little girls in the movie, Prisoners, but throw enough Giants crap on it and people will forget all about it. More information from the seller: 1985 TAILGATE...
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Victor Cruz: ‘I’ll be out there for the first game’

New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz is still recovering from a patellar tendon tear suffered six months ago.  But Cruz said Thursday that he’s confident he will play Week 1. “As of right now there is zero doubt in my mind I’ll be out there for the first game and continue to be at 100 percent, playing at the level I like to be playing at,” Cruz said, per Newsday...
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Does the New York Giants’ Defense have a Leader?

Mike Patterson #93 and Johnathan Hankins #95 of the New York Giants celebrate a stop against the Washington Redskins during their game at MetLife Stadium on December 14, 2014 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Getty Images) Over the past two offseasons, the New York Giants have lost both of their defensive captains. Last year, they lost veteran and fan favorite, defensive end Justin...
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Coughlin: We will face a challenge with the different elements of our schedule

The New York Giants have released their 2015 schedule, and Tom Coughlin had the opportunity to sit down and briefly break it down. Thanks in part to the national emergence of Odell Beckham Jr., the team is saddled with a schedule that features four night games in the first six total games. Coughlin knows that this will make things a little more challenging for a Giants team that...
Via Fox Sports
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New York Giants 2015 schedule

Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports 2015 regular season schedule: The New York Giants have five prime time games, including two in MetLife Stadium, plus home games against the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots and the Jets. The Giants 2015 schedule includes two Sunday night games, two Monday night road games and a Thursday night home game vs. Washington. “This is a...
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Report: U.Va. safety Anthony Harris meets with the Giants

The New York Giants need a safety in this year's draft, and Virginia's Anthony Harris is one they reportedly have their eye on. Jordan Raanan of NJ Advance Media reported Harris' pre-draft visit with the Giants over the weekend, citing a source familiar with the situation. Raanan believes the former Cavalier is "likely a second to fourth-rounder" in the 2015 draft, which is set...
Via Fox Sports
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Is Nat Berhe Ready for an Increased Role?

If the New York Giants are going to improve on their 6-10 record from last season, they are going to need their 2014 rookie class to play even bigger roles in 2015. No one’s role is set to increase more than Nat Berhe's. With Antrel Rolle now a Chicago Bear, and Stevie Brown still a free agent, Berhe is slated to be the team’s starting strong safety when training camp opens....
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Report: Five or six teams interested in New York Giants safety Stevie Brown

The New York Giants already lost safety Antrel Rolle (who took a spam e-mail from Orbitz as a sign from God that he should sign with the Chicago Bears) to free agency. That makes it even more important that they keep Stevie Brown in the fold, but it’s not going to be easy… AROUND COVER32 Five Things: These would be great to see when the NFl schedule is released First and 10...
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Victor Cruz Seems Pretty Excited About Getting Back On The Field After Knee Injury

Tomorrow is just a symbol that I'm another step closer. Can't wait to see my second family again. Save me a seat at breakfast lil bro! @iam_objxiii @showtime1nj A photo posted by Victor Cruz (@teamvic) on Apr 19, 2015 at 7:13pm PDT Victor Cruz of the New York Giants suffered a torn patellar tendon during Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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This brilliant revised New York Giants logo is one we can all get behind

If you’re reading this, chances are football is a pretty big deal to you. Football is great of course, but since it’s Friday and if I write one more sentence about the NFL Draft I’m going to Bill Belichick all over the place, let’s have some fun. Specifically, the brilliant folks over at Kissing Suzy Kolber came up with new logos for each NFL team, only they’ve been modified...
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Odell Beckham, Victor Cruz working on tandem TD dance

New York Giants’ wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., who coined “The Whip” as his touchdown celebration dance during his rookie season, wants to join fellow salsa-dancing wide receiver Victor Cruz in a tandem touchdown celebration creation this season. He wants to do a dual kind of end zone celebration between him and I. We haven’t come up with it just yet,” Beckham said...
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WATCH: Former Kentucky QB Jared Lorenzen's belly flop

Who knew a six second video could encapsulate how every single Kentucky basketball fan felt on Sunday? Former Wildcats quarterback Jared Lorenzen, better known as “The Hefty Lefty”, managed to do just that. Kentucky’s 1998 Mr. Football, perhaps in an attempt to cheer up depressed UK fans, performed a massive belly flop into a pool, and it was glorious.     This embed...
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WATCH: Odell Beckham Jr throws down windmill dunk

The Duke men’s basketball program is currently in Indianapolis, Ind. The Blue Devils are set to take on Michigan State at Lucas Oil Stadium in the Final Four.  Cameron Indoor Stadium has still been getting some use, though.  Some of the New York Giants – Eli Manning, Victor Cruz, Reuben Randle and Odell Beckham Jr. – are in Durham, North Carolina, training for the upcoming...
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Jared 'The Hefty Lefty' Lorenzen talks Jameis Winston's weight

Before the NFL Combine took place, top quarterback prospect Jameis Winston received some heat for an unflattering photo that surfaced suggesting that he was putting on some extra pounds. While Winston doesn’t exactly display the abs of San Francisco 49ers’ quarterback Colin Kaepernick, to assume he is out of shape would not be correct considering his college success while...
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24 days ago  |  Discuss

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