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The Giants Beat's Rick Laughland sat down with New York Giants' prized defensive tackle Mike Patterson to talk about his expectations this season and how he can contribute to Big Blue's revamped pass-rush in 2013.
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New York Giants general manager Jerry Reese wasted no time in professing what his expectation is of the 2013 NFL season.
“All I know is that we’ve been in the playoffs one time in the last four years, and that’s really not acceptable for us,” Reese said before the first day of training camp, according to ESPN.com. “That’s not our standards. That’s not what we shoot...
David Wilson and Andre Brown
The New York Giants opened up training camp this weekend with most of the starting jobs already locked up. The one position that is still up grabs is running back, and Andre Brown and David Wilson are the two players fighting for it.
Last year, David Wilson burst onto the scene as an excellent kick returner, and only really contributed to the running...
During an interview with NFL AM on Monday morning, wide receiver Victor Cruz was asked who the Giants number one receiver is.
“I think the No. 1 wideout is Hakeem Nicks,” Cruz said, via Ralph Vacchiano of the NY Daily News. “I mean, he’s been here longer, he understands this offense. He’s our big-play guy, he’s on the outside. So I definitely think he’s our No. 1 receiver...
New York Giants safety Will Hill was recently suspended by the NFL for violating their drug policy.
According to Art Stapleton of the Bergen Record, Hill admits that he had a marijuana problem and spent time at a rehab clinic.
Will Hill says his substance abuse suspension was for marijuana. He spent nearly a month at Boston rehab clinic this spring #nyg
— Art Stapleton (@art_stapleton...
New York Giants DE Jason Pierre-Paul is on the PUP list as he continues to recover from back surgery and said that he feels like he’s 75 percent healthy at this point.
He also didn’t make any predictions about his return date except that the goal was to return when he’s ready, not the Cowboys opener.
An already paper thin defensive line needs the young pass rushing demon...
Victor Cruz finally got his money from the Giants, but Hakeem Nicks is still patiently waiting for his extension.
Nicks miss a good portion of the Giants’ OTAs because of his contract dispute, and it’s held him back some, as he’s currently dealing with a strained groin.
There are some concerns among the Giants organization about Nicks and his status, but Cruz is hearing none...
Aaron Wilson reports that the New York Giants recently brought in former Cowboys FB Lawrence Vickers for a workout.
The Giants are clearly in the market for a fullback, which was evident from their interest in Vonta Leach, who just re-signed with the Ravens.
Dallas released Vickers a few weeks ago, which was likely cap related seeing as he was set to make $1.2 million for the 2013...
General manager Jerry Reese kicked off Giants training camp by putting everyone on notice including himself.
His boss hasn’t read anyone the riot act but that doesn’t mean he’s remotely satisfied with what has gone down lately.
“I think more about the three out of four than I do the Super Bowl’’ Giants co-owner John Mara told The Post yesterday. “It’s sort of the...
The New York Giants gave wide receiver Victor Cruz a six-year, $45.879 million deal earlier this month making him the team’s highest-paid wideout on the roster. But the 26-year-old says he’s not the Giants top receiver. “I think the No. 1 wideout is Hakeem Nicks,” Cruz said on NFL
With the New York Giants kicking off their training camp this week, center David Baas, wide receiver Rueben Randle and linebacker Dan Connor talked about the state of the team and how they expect to contribute this upcoming season.
With this year’s Super Bowl at MetLife Stadium, the New York Giants are motivated to be the first NFL team to ever play a Super Bowl in their home stadium.
The photo above is of the Giants calendar.
Giants left tackle Will Beatty posted this photo for us all to see.
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The New York Giants took a flyer on veteran middle linebacker Aaron Curry to help shore up one of Big Blue's major question marks this season. Find out what Curry had to say about his move to New York and what he's look to prove to naysayers.
New York Giants general manager Jerry Reese has already put his team on notice this year, saying the Giants must play to their standards in 2013. Now Reese has taken things to the next level by saying that he will install a clock into the teams locker room. The clock will count down the minutes until Super Bowl takes place and someone else is occupying their lockers if they fail...
Even though the Giants drafted offensive tackle Justin Pugh in the first round of this year’s draft, it doesn’t sound like they plan on having him start at right tackle this season.
“My right tackle is David Diehl. We have a lot of confidence in David Diehl,” said Giants offensive line coach Pat Flaherty, via Ralph Vacchiano of the NY Daily News.
Of course there’s always...
The Giants signed rookie offensive lineman Justin Pugh just in time for training camp. He will get a taste of the NFL right away by competing in a heated battle with right tackle David Diehl. Find out what Pugh and Big Blue's offensive line coach Pat Flaherty had to say about the rookie's progress in camp.