Found April 01, 2012 on
The war of words between the Cowboys and Giants has began a lot earlier than in years past. On the heels of the Giants trouncing Dallas en route to the NFC East title and subsequent Super Bowl victory, you’d imagine the Cowboys are a bit salty after losing a win-and-in game at the Met Life Stadium on New Year’s Day.
Without Brandon Jacobs to irk the ‘Boys, new cornerback Brandon Carr has upped the ante on this already salacious rivalry. The ink is barely dry on his new contract, but the former Chief has already managed to make headlines.
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When the Dallas Cowboys signed cornerback Brandon Carr to a five-year, 50 million contract to at the start of free agency, they did so in hopes that he would help shore up one of the worst passing defenses in the league last season.
The Cowboys now have to hope he can back up on the field the challenges he's throwing out in the media, specifically to New York Giants wide receiver...
The New York Giants Victor Cruz came out of nowhere last season as an undrafted wide receiver out of UMass. He led the Giants in receiving and helped them to win a Super Bowl, including the Giants first touchdown in the game. Cruz entertained all those that watched him this past season with his salsa dancing following his touchdowns. Dallas Cowboys’ fans may remember the one...
According to Tony Pauline of DraftInsider.net, the Dallas Cowboys are currently targeting former Memphis defensive lineman Dontari Poe with the 14th pick in the first round of this year’s draft.
Pauline says that “as of today Memphis defensive tackle Dontari Poe is the apple of their eyes.”
Poe, who is 6’3″ tall and weighs a whopping 346 pounds, ran the 40 yard dash...
According to the Dallas Morning News, Dallas Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr made an appearance on ESPN’s NFL Live and was asked how he plans on stopping New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz this coming season.
“I want to use all my body. I’m six-foot, 200 pounds. I know he’s got to run through me to get wherever he’s running, so I’m going to be patient at the line...
The New York Giants haven't yet released the design of their Super Bowl rings, but we may have received a glimpse of what they will eventually look like, thanks to linebacker Clint Sintim. Sintim, who missed the entire season on injured reserve for the G-Men, tweeted a photo of the supposed rings this past week, accompanied by the caption, "sneak preview!" Sintim has...
New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw admitted to ESPN New York that he had an injection of bone marrow from his hip put into his foot.
Bradshaw, who is expected to rest for three months, has been dealing with a stress fracture in his foot which plagued him throughout last season.
The New York Daily News cited last month that a shot of Mini IGNITE was used rather than surgery...
New York Giants backup running back Andre Brown was suspended four games by the NFL for violating the league policy on performance-enhancing substances.
Perhaps best known for starting the "I got a ring!" celebration after the Giants won the Super Bowl, Brown was part of the team's practice squad last season.
Brown was likely in for a bigger role after bruising running...
The importance of an elite pass rush is sometimes underrated in the NFL. Experts and analysts can certainly be heard talking about pressuring the quarterback, but the true importance of a strong presence off the edge can be the deciding factor between missing the playoffs and winning a super bowl. The New York Giants were a clear example of that this season. The Giants utilized their...
According to Ohm Youngmisuk of ESPNNewYork.com, New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw plans on resting his injured foot during OTA’s this year.
Bradshaw underwent a procedure in February that included an injection in his fractured foot, and the recovery is about three months, according to Bradshaw.
“I feel great. I got the injection in February. I feel tremendous after...
In hopes that his fractured foot will heal quicker than normal, Giants RB Ahmad Bradshaw had bone marrow taken from his hip and injected into the injured foot.
Bradshaw spoke on the injection:
“I feel great and feel confident and feel the stem cell (injection) was a good way to go. The other thing would have been taking the screw out and putting another in, just doing a whole...
Steve Weatherford is finally in his comfort zone.
He has job security, professional success and the contract to go with his achievements.
The New York Giants made a major investment in the strong-legged punter, signing him to a five-year, $12.75 million contract that includes a $3.25 million signing bonus.
Now, he's intent on continuing to justify their faith in him.
NFL players are usually the toughest men in America but for
a commercial, Wes Welker/Clay Matthews/and DeMarcus Ware decided to help men
with a going problem by donning some adult diapers to prove that anyone can
wear them without being noticed.
The commercial is for Depends “Real Men” adult diapers and
features a reporter asking the trio of NFL stars...
Leon Lett was named the Dallas Cowboys' assistant defensive line coach on Friday.
Lett, who is a three-time Super Bowl winner, is known more for his gaffes than his stellar play during his 11-year career.
The two-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle allowed the ball to be knocked away while returning a fumble against the Buffalo Bills in the Super Bowl. Lett also tried to secure...
Despite the absence of Peyton Manning in 2011, the “battle of the Manning Brothers” did not die down one bit. There was a lot of focus on Peyton throughout the regular season as many speculated whether he would play or not.
From there the Colts announced that he likely would not play the rest of the year and with Indy sitting at the bottom of the league, it was time to do...