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According to the NFL Vice President of football communications Michael Signora, the New York Giants will host the Dallas Cowboys to kickoff the 2012 season on Wednesday September 5th.
This game will be a rematch of the Giants-Cowboys NFC East Championship game from the 2011 season that the Giants ended up winning. Of course after winning that game they won the division, clinched a playoff berth and marched through the playoffs to their second Super Bowl title in four years.
Since the NFL instituted the season kickoff game in 2004, the defending Super Bowl champion is 8-0.
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A few weeks after being cut loose by the Super Bowl champion New York Giants, Brandon Jacobs is moving west to join Mario Manningham to to play in San Francisco with the NFC West champs, as reported by ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Drafted in the 4th Round in the 2005 draft, Jacobs is the all-time leader in rushing touchdowns in Giants history with 56. In 100 career regular season...
Giants coach Tom Coughlin wasn't exactly gloating. Well, maybe he was.
Asked at the NFC coaches breakfast about all the attention the New York Jets have been getting with their trade for Tim Tebow and contract extension for Mark Sanchez -- in other words, their budding quarterback controversy -- Coughlin simply smiled and said:
''You know who won the Super Bowl even...
Tom Coughlin usually isn't the one stirring up controversy at MetLife Stadium— he leaves that duty to his counterpart Rex Ryan— but the New York Giants head coach seemed to be taking a jab at his stadium mates the New York Jets when he was asked about all of the attention the Jets were getting for the Tim Tebow trade.
"You know who won the Super Bowl even if we'...
It looks like the New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys will have a score to settle on the field when they face off on Wednesday September 5th to kickoff the 2012 NFL regular season.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones isn’t too happy that Giants owner John Mara said that he wouldn’t win his grievance over losing $10 million in salary cap space.
On Tuesday, the NFL owners ratified the agreement...
The Bears today announced the signing of WR Devin Thomas who spent the last two seasons with the New York Giants. According to the official release Thomas is an accomplished special teams player who had 25 kickoff returns for 607 yards (24.3 ypr), and eight special teams tackles in 20 contests.
Thomas will be looked upon to add some depth but also continue to add to the best...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the San Francisco 49ers have signed former New York Giants running back Brandon Jacobs.
Jacobs is the second former Giants player the 49ers have signed this offseason. They also signed wide receiver Mario Manningham about a week ago.
I’d be surprised if both Kendall Hunter and Anthony Dixon don’t end up ahead of Jacobs on the depth chart...
Brandon Jacobs has been without a home this past month, but is now headed to the Bay to play for the San Francisco 49ers.
Adam Schefter is reporting that Jacobs has agreed to terms with the team he helped defeat in the NFC Title Championship as a member of the eventual Super Bowl Champion New York Football Giants. Jacobs joins Mario Mannningham, his teammate in New York as well,...
Looking to provide Quarterback Jay Cutler with another target, the Chicago Bears inked former New York Giants wide receiver Devin Thomas to a one-year deal. To be fair, Thomas is merely a complimentary piece, as he contributed mostly on special teams this past season in the Giants Super Bowl run. In fact, the 6-2, 221-pound Thomas came up big in the post-season [...]
The Chicago Bears agreed to terms on a one-year contract with wide receiver Devin Thomas.
Thomas, 25, spent last season with the New York Giants, playing primarily on special teams. He had only three receptions for 37 yards.
A second-round draft choice by the Washington Redskins in 2008, Thomas had his best season in 2009-10 with 25 receptions and three touchdowns.
At the NFL owners meetings on Wednesday, New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin made it clear that it doesn’t bother himthat the New York Jets are hogging the local headlines.
“You know who won the Super Bowl even if we’re not on front page,” said Coughlin.”New Yorkers know.”
Coughlin usually doesn’t talk much trash, but when you win your second Super Bowl in four...
Despite winning a Super Bowl Championship, statistically speaking the Giants defied all logic. According to the Cold Hard Football Facts web site, author Kerry Byrne is perplexed yet again by the Giants. Byrne wrote: The 2007 Giants had no business winning a championship, based on the parameters defined for us by NFL history since 1940. The 2007 Giants were, quite literally, the...
Former Dallas Cowboys Fullback Tony Fiammetta has agreed to terms with the Patriots, according to league sources. As of writing, details of the contract were not available.
The Patriots also released FB Lousaka Polite.
This is the second fullback signed in free agency. They picked up former Broncos fullback/linebacker Spencer Larsen last week.
Fiammetta, 25 was a restricted...