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Giants defensive coordinator Perry Fewell confirmed the news on Friday all the while indicating Blackburn will have to work hard to guarantee the position will stay his. Says Fewell , “Chase goes back to that role. (Mark) Herzlich will have an opportunity to compete for that role. Greg Jones will have an opportunity to compete for that role. And we’re not opposed to putting Keith Rivers (the veteran outside linebacker the G-Men traded for during draft negotiations), giving him an opportunity to compete for that role. So there’s going to be competition.”
The Giants currently have a “dilemma” most teams only dream of – an overwhelming amount of talent in the linebacking corps and the multitude of potential defensive strategies that talent brings along with it. Where everyone will eventually settle in the rotation will most likely not be decided for a while now but as of today it does appear that Chase Blackburn is the “two-down Mike” in the middle with Michael Bole...
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According to Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News, the New York Giants have released safety Chad Jones due to a failed physical after suffering what his called “a minor setback,” as he continues to rehab his leg from a car accident in 2010.
“Chad had a severe injury to his left leg, involving a complex tibial fracture with associated injury to muscle...
Legendary New York Giants linebacker Harry Carson is the latest former NFL player to come out against the consequences of a career in football. In an interview with Dr. Max Gomez of CBS News New York, the 58-year old Carson made the startling confession that the fame and success that came with an NFL career wasn't worth the risk.
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New York Giants 2012 Super Bowl Ring?
In March, a photo of the New York Giants' Super Bowl XLVI ring was tweeted by linebacker Clint Sintim to the public. The 14K white gold ring was reportedly called "tacky" and ladylike by Diamond District jewelers who checked it out. Sintim deleted his tweet hoping to put the cat back in the bag before the Giants officially released the ring design.
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Standout New York Giants defensive end Osi Umenyiora tweeted earlier today, “Happy Mothers Day Lesean Mccoy! Enjoy your special day!!” Umenyiora, a British-born two-time All-Pro who the Giants took out of Troy University with the 56th pick in the 2003 … Continue reading →
The New York Giants, the victors of Super Bowl XLVI, will receive their Super Bowl rings tomorrow night, but punter Steve Weatherford tweeted out a sneak preview today for the world to see.
Giants defensive end Osi Umenyiora obviously loves attention and holds grudges. These two traits in tandem certainly can make for interesting dialogue in regards to his contract and entertaining verbiage regarding his alleged enemies.
Take today’s shots fired at Philadelphia Eagles RB LeSean McCoy.
The two have a rich history of ill content that often surfaces on Twitter.
Osi Umenyiora might have played his final game with the Giants, but that does not mean he is done taunting the Eagles.
The Giants defensive end took a shot at rival LeSean McCoy on Twitter on Sunday, wishing Philadelphia's star running back the best on his, err, special day.
"Happy Mothers Day Lesean Mccoy! Enjoy your special day!!" Umenyiora tweeted.
Happy Mothers Day Lesean Mccoy! Enjoy your special day!!
— Osi Umenyiora (@OsiUmenyiora) May 13, 2012
And with that one simple tweet, Osi Umenyiora of the New York Giants took a nice shot at LeSean McCoy of the NFC East rival Philadelphia Eagles. McCoy kept his cool, and his only response to the tweet was "Lol let the beef begin".
Now, let's break down this mini...
You aren’t officially apart of Twitter until you’re involved in some Twitter beef. Giants DE Osi Umenyiora joined the social networking site almost two weeks ago. He threw a shot at Eagles RB LeSean McCoy. This continues an ongoing beef that started months ago with McCoy calling Umenyiora “soft” and Umenyiora responded by referring to McCoy as [...]
NFL Soup makes a great point: no one knows more about emerging from Peyton's shadow that little brother and two-time champ Eli Manning.
First love and history aside, Andrew Luck’s best bet to successfully follow the Peyton-era is to take a few pointers from Eli Manning. No one knows the cool shadow that Peyton casts better than Eli. No one has endured the comparisons more...