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The New York Giants have some difficult decisions to make this offseason. They’ll likely be around $5 million over the cap, which isn’t a big deal. They should be able to easily get under that number, but a couple of veteran players may not be safe this offseason.
ProFootballWeekly.com made a case about why defensive tackle Chris Canty could be cut.
The Giants are a better defense when DT Chris Canty is healthy and playing. That’s by no means a stretch.
But he missed most of the first half of the season coming back from offseason knee injury, and though he played very well at times down the stretch, he also re-aggravated that knee. Canty carries a salary-cap value of $6.5 million into next season, and the team finds itself nearly $5 million over the cap. That’s not a significant number, and cuts will be made to alleviate it.
Will Canty be one of them? It depends mostly on the health of his knee. If he checks out medically, and the Giants determine that he still has some good years...
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New York Giants owner John Mara believes his team still has a wide open window to win another Super Bowl as long as Eli Manning is their quarterback.
“He’s (32) years old; he’s got a lot of years left,” Mara said, per the Newark Star Ledger. “I think our window (to win championships) is still pretty wide. I think as long as he’s under center, we have a chance to win.”...
New York Giants owner John Mara was asked whether they’re going to re-sign defensive end Osi Umenyiora who will be a free agent this offseason.
“I don’t know about that,” Mara told reporters at a press conference in Manhattan when he was asked if Osi Umenyiora had played his final game with the Giants. “We’ll see what happens. I would love to have him back. He’s been...
New York Giants owner John Mara told reporters that he “would love to have” to have DE Osi Umenyiora back for another season, per Jenny Vrentas.
Umenyiora, 31, has already mentioned that there’s a good chance that he will be playing elsewhere next season. Umenyiora also said that he would like to be back with the Giants next season, so it seems as though he’s approaching...
The New York Giants have some decisions that need to be made on the defensive side of the ball, and somebody has got to go.
Osi Umenyiora has been a fixture on two Super Bowl teams, but is a free agent and his time in New York could have expired.
However, Owner John Mara thinks there is a possibility that Umenyiora could be back with the Giants.
“I would love to have him...
Try to get rid of these tan lines Juan…
Peyton Manning was caught chilling in board shorts yesterday and now younger brother Eli was seen today showing off the goods. I wish my work could send me on a all inclusive trip to Hawaii someday.
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So you think you can just get a free trip to Hawaii and not have to do any work? Is that what I’m hearing out of my fellow AFC teammates? Well, I don’t think so, not on my watch.
/Leaves for three hours to go film a Papa Johns ad.
Good, you’re all still here waiting for me. Sign of a good work ethic. You’re committed to me and...
Pro Bowl Running Back and Mr Beastmode himself had a nice little package waiting for him in Hawaii. Beast Mode sunglasses, Beast Mode shirt, and tons of extra sweet swag.
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