Found January 28, 2012 on T-Rock's Take On The Giants:
Lawrence Tynes is an average-sized guy with petite facial features and the nondescript demeanor of a New Jersey stockbroker. Once he takes off his pads and helmet, Tynes says, no one has a clue that he is a professional football player. He could be the most anonymous sports star in New York, a guy who leads a Peter Parker-like existence six out of seven days a week.

Indianapolis puts out welcome mat for Eli Manning, Giants

INDIANAPOLIS • There's a strange vibe on the streets of Indianapolis this week.

Giants' Prince Amukamara brings a fresh perspective in his first season

Giants' top draft pick has weathered an unusual rookie year

No longer doubted, Giants' Thomas finds niche on special teams

Devin Thomas always believed he'd be an impact player in the National Football League, albeit with another team and in a far different role than the one he currently occupies with the New York Giants.

Super Bowl XLVI: New York Giants WR Mario Manningham to Expose New England Patriots Imposter?

New York Giants wide receiver Mario Manningham can’t wait for Super Bowl XLVI against the New England Patriots next Sunday in Indianapolis. Manningham is obviously confident that his Giants can once again knock off the favored Patriots, but he says he is really looking forward to playing against one player, in particular. Manningham says he would love to line up against...

Unlike last time, Giants' offense all set

The Giants' defense has gone into the last two playoff games with the knowledge that they did not have all of their players available when they faced those teams in the regular season. Against the Packers and the 49ers, they were able to justifiably argue that neither had seen what they were truly capable of doing because of injuries and missing pieces.

Super Bowl loss fuels Rolle's fire

Revenge is a two-way street for Deon Grant.

Careful Giants have Nicks, Williams sitting

Jacquian Williams and Hakeem Nicks were among four Giants to not practice on Friday.

No, Terry didn't push Mrs. Mara

There is one New York Giants veteran injured last week who won't show up on the injury report going into Super Bowl Week. Bettors shouldn't be worried, though. Tom Coughlin isn't trying to hide anything.

Ross, Webster key confident secondary

When Terrell Thomas went down and out in the preseason, there was an overwhelming feeling that in addition to shredding his knee, any possibility for the Giants’ defensive backfield to dominate was ripped apart as well. After all, as a rising star, Thomas had emerged as the team’s best...

Forgetting the agony of defeat

INDIANAPOLIS — The Giants arrive today at the site of Super Bowl XLVI with 15 players who played four years ago in Super Bowl XLII, one who was inactive (D.J. Ware) and one who was on injured reserve (Mathias Kiwanuka). They have the same head coach, the same offensive and...

Williams out again, Bradshaw and Baas return

Here’s a reason to be mildly concerned about the Giants’ injury situation:
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