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The following is an excerpt on the 1962 championship game between the Green Bay Packers and New York Giants from the book “The First America’s Team. The 1962 Green Bay Packers.”

Packers planning on being without Philbin

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- In the wake of the tragic death of the son of Packers offensive coordinator Joe Philbin, the team has begun to make adjustments in preparation for their NFC Divisional playoff game this weekend against the New York Giants.Philbin is not currently with the team and coach Mike McCarthy said Wednesday that he will not reach out to Philbin at all regarding his job...

Giants LB Chase Blackburn Was Teaching Middle School Math in November

Chase Blackburn has been the Giants’ leading tackler the past four games, which isn’t too bad for a guy who was teaching middle school math seven weeks ago. Blackburn was signed by the Giants as an undrafted free agent out of Akron in 2005. He played six seasons with the team, recording 210 tackles, four safeties, and two interceptions. But after the lockout, the Giants declined...

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers says Giants defense eliminated holes from previous matchup

QB hopes for snow, cold weather on Sunday

Eli Manning's play is the main difference from Giants' 2007 squad

Jennifer Brown/The Star-LedgerEli Manning takes questions from the media after Giants practice today.By Jorge Castillo - Star Ledger 1/12/11

Giants Punch Ticket to Super Bowl: 25 Years Ago This Week

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Ross doing 'fine' after possible concussion

The Giants need as many healthy defensive backs as they can find on Sunday when they play the Green Bay Packers, and it looks like one of them will be Aaron Ross.   Ross “should be fine” after suffering a possible concussion against the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday and might even be available to ...

New York Giants Wednesday Links

Some links from the off day to perk you up… Rolle: Giants full of fight; ready for Pack Former Giants remember the frigid victory in ’07 Giants will remember the good Tynes of ’07 Coughlin proves he the right coach for the Blue Bill Rhoden of the Times on how MetLife Stadium has become home

Rolle not overly impressed with Packers

Apparently it takes more than a 15-1 record and the No. 1 seed in the NFC playoffs to impress Antrel Rolle, who said several times Wednesday that he puts no team "on a pedestal."

Body of Packers coordinator's son found in river

Police say they have recovered the son of Green Bay Packers' offensive coordinator Joe Philbin from an icy Wisconsin River.

Webster’s pick propelled Giants to Super Bowl

When you watch the replay, the first thing is an icy reminder: It was cold that day. There’s a reason why Tom Coughlin’s face looked like the surface of the sun when it was over. The cameras zoom in on the line of scrimmage, and you see five...

Blue's JPP backs off Giant guarantee

Jason Pierre-Paul may have softened his guarantee a bit during a radio interview on Tuesday, but there’s no softening how he really feels. The Pro Bowl defensive end is still convinced that the Giants are going to win when they play the Packers on Sunday they.

Punter’s plan is out of bounds

If a punter can toss a shutout — actually, it would be kick a shutout — then Steve Weatherford did it in last week’s 24-2 playoff beatdown of the Falcons. Now he’s looking to do it again against an even better return man.“It’s the NFL, so every single...
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