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Back during the 2004 NFL Draft was probably the most intriguing draft for any New York Giants fan within recent times and perhaps even ever. The team was coming off a 4-12 campaign that saw former head coach Jim Fassel get canned for the letdown of a season that followed a surprising 10-6 playoff appearance. In came Tom Coughlin and his no-nonsense philosophy to run a tight ship. Also on the way out was veteran quarterback Kerry Collins who became an NFL-journeyman during and after battling alcoholism.
In the ’04 draft the Giants had the fourth selection and it was obvious that then-general manager Ernie Accorsi coveted Ole Miss QB Eli Manning – badly. To make things go more towards the Giants’ way of things, Manning had let his desire be known that he wished to not play for the San Diego Chargers — the team who owned the number one overall selection. The Chargers were mentioned as to actually preferring NC State quarterback Philip Rivers despite his awkward side-arm release – which...
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During an appearance during today’s NFL AM show on the NFL Network, Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks was asked if he skipped OTA’s because of his contract situation.
“I really don’t talk about my contract in the media and stuff like that. Contract wasn’t related,” replied Nicks.
I believe Nicks skipped OTA’s to avoid any possibility of suffering an injury. He was...
Former New York Giants & Jets punter Dave Jennings passed away today after a 20-year battle with Parkinson’s disease, at the age of 61.
Jennings, a four-time Pro Bowler, spent 14 years in the NFL from 1974 to 1987 after which he made the jump to radio. After spending three years with the Jets he would cover them on the radio from 1988-’01, he then made the leap over to the...
New York Giants, UP: The Giants will be exceptionally motivated after their finish a season ago. Eli Manning is still a clutch quarterback, and Tom Coughlin still knows how to coach. Still, there's work to be done. The Giants need to find a running game to get back to form, and the NFC East features a couple of unique offenses the Giants will have to defend. Still, they look...
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New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz and his fiance Elaine Watley attend The 40/40 Club 10 Year Anniversary Party at 40 / 40 Club last night in New York City. Yankees pitcher CC Sabathia and his wife also made an appearance. This is exactly the reason Victor Cruz is never leaving the Giants.-TO
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