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New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning doesn’t agree Joe Flacco’s opinion that having next year’s Super Bowl in New York/New Jersey is a bad idea.
“I disagree with a lot of things about that comment: wording and overall content of it,” said Manning, per ESPNNewYork.com. “I think it will be really good.”
Manning believes having a “unique Super Bowl like next year’s is a good idea.
“That’s the good thing about Super Bowls, you want something unique,” Manning said. “You want something different and you don’t want to have it in the same place every year (or) the same environment every year. Obviously as special as New Orleans is and unique it is, New York has that same, if not a better, atmosphere. A sports town, great restaurants, great entertainment.
“Obviously the weather will be kind of the big issue. But I always say, ‘Hey, you can play the NFC or AFC Championship Game in cold weather and have snow coming down, and that’s just part of it. Why not have a Super Bowl (in those
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Two-time Super Bowl Champion Eli Manning took exception to Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco saying it was ‘retarded’ to have a Super Bowl in the NY/NJ area.
Manning went right at Flacco, pointing out his distaste for his verbiage, and the fact it has taken two Super Bowls for people not to mistake him for Peyton in New York City. He seemed a little ticked off that a...
On Monday night, Joe Flacco got into some hot water calling the idea of a cold-weather Super Bowl “retarded.” Eli Manning disagrees with both the term Flacco used and the idea behind his statement.
The Giants quarterback said he likes the idea of a New York Super Bowl, and thinks that it offers a unique location for the NFL’s biggest event.
“I disagree with a lot of things...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the New York Giants have placed a higher priority on extending wide receiver Hakeem Nicks’ contract than Victor Cruz, who’s going to be a restricted free agent.
Giants owner John Mara has already indicated that Cruz is asking for too much money. With Cruz being a RFA, they don’t need to rush to sign him, which gives the Giants some leverage...
Things can turn for the worse in a few seconds in this new age of social media and rumor mills. For months we’ve been hearing about Victor Cruz and the New York Giants almost certainly coming to an agreement on a new deal, it was just about when.
Things have began to stall for the Pro Bowl wide receiver and the Giants, and now both parties are getting antsy. Owner John Mara...
Victor Cruz has outplayed his rookie contract and is set to become an unrestricted free agent. Cruz wants a new deal, the Giants obviously want to give him a new deal, so whats the holdup.
Per the Star-Ledger, Giants co-owner John Mara wants a deal to get done, but says there’s a limit to everything.
“We certainly want him back, but like with any player, there’s a limit to...
Giants WR Victor Cruz didn’t rule out the possibility that he could hold out for a new contact if talks regarding a long-term deal don’t progress in the coming months.
“I have no answer to that,” said Cruz when asked if he would be willing to hold out.
Cruz will be a restricted free agent in the next few months, but the two sides appear to be no closer to reaching an agreement...
Former New York Giants’ defensive end Michael Strahan will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame…someday, but not in 2013. When the Hall of Fame announced its new members on Saturday night, Strahan was passed over for Bill Parcells, Cris Carter, Larry Allen, Jonathan Ogden and Warren Sapp. Many people assumed the popular and talented Strahan, who holds the NFL single...
New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw was seen walking around New Orleans with a walking boot on his foot. He told Jenny Vrentas of the Newark Star-Ledger that he had a screw replaced in his foot.
Bradshaw says he had the procedure done two weeks ago and that it’s going to take him 10 weeks to recover. The screw is supposed to fix two fractures in his foot.
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The New York Giants face the off season with several questions. One of those is whether or not 10 year veteran Osi Umenyiora will be able to come back. In years passed, this would be a simple decision. This time, however, it is a little more complicated.
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NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says next year's Super Bowl at the stadium used by the Giants and Jets will ''have an impact on future decisions for open-air, cold-weather sites.''
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Victor Cruz has by all means outplayed his rookie deal and deserves to be compensated for his surprising above average production. The New York Giants know this and by all means want to keep Cruz long-term. The problem comes with trying to determine how much is Cruz worth. Something that Cruz’s agent and the [...]
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