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This is all you need to know about what Brandon Jacobs said to Men’s Fitness magazine: The only way Jacobs gets what he wants out of this is to help the 2011 Giants win.
Jacobs shattered the aura of solidarity that has surrounded the Giants this season by telling...
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Brandon Jacobs is tired of playing tag-team with Ahmad Bradshaw in the New York Giants backfield and—in an interview with "Men's Fitness" magazine—said he feels disrespected by the team and doesn't expect to be back with the Giants next year.
The disgruntled running back has seen his role with the Giants diminish over the past few seasons and has previously...
Brandon Jacobs said in a magazine interview that he doesn't foresee playing for the Giants once his contract runs out. The big assumption there is that he'll still be around to see his deal (which has this and next year remaining on it) to its conclusion.
Brandon Jacobs was back at practice today. But that doesn't mean he's happy. And that’s why he likely won’t be back with the Giants after his contract expires, according to an article that appears on the Men’s Fitness website today.
Jacobs told the magazine that he hasn’t yet had a “true ...
New York Giants Running back Brandon Jacobs was asked today whether or not he see’s himself staying with the Giants when his contract runs out at the end of the 2012 season. “No, I don’t,” replied Jacobs. The Giants may not wait until after the 2012 season to even let Jacobs walk. They’ll likely dump him after this season [...]
Giants’ RB Brandon Jacobs is readying his return to the field after watching from the sidelines the past two games. He will be wearing a brace on each of his knees: one to sure up the recently-injured one and the other to insure the healthy knee stays that way. He did not feel either would hinder his performance.
“I felt explosive yesterday and today. I am just ready to go out...
In a sense, Brandon Jacobs has nobody to blame but himself for his “aggravating” and “frustrating” predicament. Back in August, he had a choice. The Giants told him he could come back, but only if he agreed to slash his salary by $1.75 million. If not, there was a good chance he was going to be ...
Brandon Jacobs wants the ball more. Anyone who has paid even a tiny bit of attention to the Giants over the past few seasons is aware of that. Ever since Ahmad Bradshaw took his starting position and proved to Brandon that no one in this business is his friend, he has seemed unhappy. Even when [...]
When Brandon Jacobs wasn’t complaining about his role with the Giants during an interview with Men’s Fitness, he was reveling in the struggles of his NFC East rivals in Dallas and Philadelphia. “They have a lot of talent and they’re very well coached, but it’s so thrilling for me to see the Eagles and Cowboys lose like…
These are relatively happy times for the Giants at 4-2, so leave it to Brandon Jacobs to leave a turd in the proverbial punch bowl during an interview with Men’s Fitness. Jacobs complained about his role on the team and said he doesn’t expect to be back next year. “It’s a very confusing thing. I’m…
Brandon Jacobs isn't happy with his playing time with the Giants and says he won't be with the team when his contract expires.
Alyssa "G-Men Girl" FranklinBGB Featured ColumnistI have the song from Peaches and Herb Reunited in my head. It’s because the Giants are getting the band back together after this bye week and it feels so good.The return of Justin Tuck, Brandon Jacobs, Chris Snee and Prince Amukamara and hopefully the return of Ramses Barden are a beam of light coming off the bye.The...
As they Giants come off their bye week, they appear to have been served a gimmie as they face the reeling and still winless Miami Dolphins (0-6) this Sunday.
Over the last couple of weeks, we have extolled the virtues of never overlooking opponents and falling into ‘trap’ games, but if the Giants can’t win this week, they’ll have some serious problems.
As the Giants get ready...
Some photos from tonight’s Jay Fund Charity Event in NYC:
Tom Coughlin with Giants' Treasurer Jon Tisch
Zak DeOssie and Mark Herzlich