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Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz seems to move as quickly in contract talks as he does when he gets behind a defense with the ball in his hands.
One day after saying that contract talks were moving in the right direction, Cruz said during an interview on WFAN that his camp and the Giants have agreed to the structure of a deal that will keep him with the team for years to come.
“From what I hear, they’ve just agreed on the structure right now,” Cruz said. “And that’s all I’m at liberty to say.”
With a salary of $540,000, Cruz is probably the biggest bargain in all of football.… Read more
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The New York Giants did their part to try to help with the recovery of Hurricane Sandy around the NY and NJ areas during an off day.
Do you know what the worst thing is about games in which officials royally mess things up? It isn't that it can potentially effect the outcome of the game. It's that you have idiots all over the place screaming that the fix was in because of the natural disaster that the other team's city just went through. Give me a break. Maybe I'm naive but unless a significant...
The New York Giants defense has put the team in a position to win their last three games. During that time period, Big Blue has forced 12 turnovers, which has enabled this unit to become ranked second in the NFL in turnover ratio. However, the immense amount of turnovers the Giants have created over the past several weeks have covered up several glaring weaknesses in the defense...
New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz told Mike Francesa on 660 WFAN that even though some of his teammates haven’t admitted it, Hurricane Sandy was a distraction for them last week.
Victor Cruz on WFAN: The storm was “a little bit of a distraction.” Most other players insisted it was not at all.
— Tom Rock (@TomRock_Newsday) November 6, 2012
I believe the storm was...
Giants QB Eli Manning showed up to help out on Staten Island. Learn more about how you can help by clicking here now.
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Just when the New York Giants appear to be the class of the NFC something like Sunday happens. The Pittsburgh Steelers came into Met Life Stadium and handed the Giants a 24-20 loss. Defensive end Justin Tuck is hoping the Giants get back to their winning ways.
“Let’s not (repeat) history,” Tuck said, via Newsday. “Unless it’s going to end up how it did last year. For us...
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The New York Giants announced Tuesday that they will donate $500,000 to assist victims of Superstorm Sandy, which ravaged parts of New Jersey and New York last week. The donation will be divided evenly between the Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund and the Mayor's Fund to Advance New York City.
"The New York metropolitan area sustained extensive and devastating damage...
Before the New York Giants can trot off and enjoy their upcoming bye week, they'd like nothing more than to emerge with a win against a Cincinnati Bengals team that, despite its 3-5 record, is built very much like the Pittsburgh Steelers. Pittsburgh handed the Giants a 24-20 defeat last week. "They have a good defense," quarterback Eli Manning said of the Bengals...
The New York Giants blew a fourth-quarter lead last week as their four-game winning streak came to an end. With a recent history of struggling through the second half of the season, they hope a matchup with the sliding Cincinnati Bengals proves to be just what they need.
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Nine months after meeting in Super Bowl XLVI, New England and the New York Giants are each in first place in their respective divisions, with a combined record of 11-6 (.647).Both teams look to be headed to the playoffs, if for no other reason than the lack of other great teams in their divisions.But since New England won back-to-back Super Bowls in 2003-04, a surprising trend has...
The Pittsburgh Steelers beat the New York Giants 24-20 Sunday at MetLife Stadium and below are my first half notes from the game with the second half notes to follow soon.
Keenan Lewis got his night off to a good start by knocking away a deep pass intended for Hakeem Nicks on the first play of the game for the Giants. Lewis had given up inside position on the route, but made it...
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The NFL replacement referees have not been around for over a month, but you wouldn’t have been able to tell that watching Sunday’s Pittsburgh Steelers-New York Giants game.
The Steelers overcame at least two bad calls from the officials to beat the Giants 24-20.
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