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A Big Blue benchwarmer jumped off sides, prematurely flashing pictures of what he and his Giants teammates may soon be wearing for their Super Bowl XLVI win.
Linebacker Clint Sintim, who missed the entire season on injured reserve, risked going on permanent reserve after he tweeted images of the Super Bowl ring Thursday.
The ring's design is supposed to be a secret until a May 16 gala at Tiffany's.
Sintim, a second-round 2009 pick from Virginia, posted the picture with the caption "sneak preview!"
He later sheepishly removed it, tweeting, "Saw the ring online not official yet ... official release will be presented by Giants organization ... Sorry."
The ring in Sintim's picture is predominantly silver with big blue chips around the crown. It also has four footballs across the top.
Teammate Justin Tuck weighed in on Twitter, saying, "People, I don't know who started the post of the ring. But we haven't decided on the final ring yet.&q...
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If you were anticipating the debut of the Giants’ Super Bowl rings, blame Clint Sintim for anticlimactically letting the cat out of the bag.
On Thursday, the veteran linebacker took to Twitter and gave “sneak preview” photos of what appeared to be the team’s commemorative ring for their victory over the Patriots in Super Bowl XLVI.
Shortly after, presumably after being talked...
The NFL has suspended New York Giants running back Andre Brown for the first four games of the 2012 season for violating the league policy on performance enhancing substances.
The NFL announced the suspension Friday. Brown is eligible to participate in all offseason and preseason practices and games.
Brown was on the Giants' practice squad last season and did not play. He was...
New York Giants backup running back Andre Brown was suspended four games by the NFL for violating the league policy on performance-enhancing substances.
Perhaps best known for starting the "I got a ring!" celebration after the Giants won the Super Bowl, Brown was part of the team's practice squad last season.
Brown was likely in for a bigger role after bruising running...
Winning a Super Bowl can allow a NFL head coach a little bit of candor in his public statements. Winning two super bowls allows a coach a ton.
New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin took full advantage of that yesterday when he couldn’t resist taking a jab at the “cross-town” rival New York Jets and their recent player acquisitions (ie: Tebowmania in NYC). Here’s what...
Despite the absence of Peyton Manning in 2011, the “battle of the Manning Brothers” did not die down one bit. There was a lot of focus on Peyton throughout the regular season as many speculated whether he would play or not.
From there the Colts announced that he likely would not play the rest of the year and with Indy sitting at the bottom of the league, it was time to do...