Found February 21, 2012 on
T-Rock's Take On The Giants:
As the NFL world returns to Indianapolis for the second time this month, Giants general manager Jerry Reese realizes he's a bit behind the curve when it comes to this latest event at Lucas Oil Stadium. Which is a good thing, considering the last time he was in town just 17 days ago, his team was putting together a remarkable Super Bowl win over the Patriots.
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The New York Giants defensive end said he understands that the NFL is a business and that he wouldn't be surprised if the team ended up trading him, saying, "I can see it going either way."
After winning the Super Bowl in 2011, the Giants still have needs, and there's no better time to fill them than during the NFL Draft. On April 26th, a wild three-day event will take place in the heart of New York City, and the Giants will be looking to snag important pieces for their quest to defend the title. Even though they are the Super Bowl Champions, holes still remain...
Giants defensive end Osi Umenyiora made the rounds on several radio shows and networks Monday saying that he's unsure where his football future will be played out.
Osi Umenyiora is done being a distraction. After spending most of the last few years loudly clamoring for a raise, the Pro Bowl defensive end has a new strategy as he enters the final season of his contact. He promised to be “really quiet” this offseason as he waits to see what – if anything ...
Giants running back Brandon Jacobs has won a pair of Super Bowl titles in seven seasons with the team. And he intends to try to make it three out of eight. “Well, I have spoken to my agent and I do expect to be fully back with the New York Giants next season,” Jacobs told…
The way Osi Umenyiora sees it, his days in New York could be numbered. While the Giants defensive end said he'd be open to coming back, he feels a trade is a possible conclusion to his time in NYC.