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If Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was hoping to get a reaction from the New York Giants when he predicted Dallas would kick their butts in Texas this season, he was mistaken.
The Super Bowl champions weren't biting Wednesday. To a man, the Giants uttered their usual cliches about talk is cheap and playing the game.
Even a die-hard Cowboys hater like defensive end Justin Tuck downplayed Jones' boast. And former Dallas lineman Chris Canty said the comment was exactly what he expected the maverick owner to say to his fans about the NFC East meeting in Texas Oct. 28 .
Giants co-owner John Mara had a little fun though, pointing to a bandage on his face.
''You should see what Jerry Jones looks like,'' he said with a wry smile.
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Who knew that New York Giants owner John Mara was such a cut-up. Big Blue's top guy walked into the cafeteria at the University of Albany— where the team practices— sporting a bandage on his forehead into a throng of media.
Reporters— waiting to hear what Mara had to say about Dallas Cowboys owner, Jerry Jones, telling an audience on Tuesday, "Y' all come to...
Terrell Thomas career as a New York Giant could be over!
After re-injuring his ACL during the first week of training camp, an MRI confirmed that Thomas did in fact suffer an injury to the same right knee that kept him out all of last season.
According to Vice President of Medical Services Ronnie Barnes, Thomas will likely undergo an arthroscopic procedure to determine the extent...
New York Giants coach Tom Coughlin feels the NFL didn't use common sense in suspending safety Tyler Sash for a violation of the league's performance enhancing drug policy.
The league announced the suspension Tuesday, saying Sash would be ineligible for the first four games of the season.
Sash said he took a prescription drug (Adderall) while under a doctor's care for...
New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning was a guest on NFL AM on the NFL Network on Wednesday morning and was asked if the Giants are now a dynasty.
Manning responded by saying the Giants have plenty of things of improve.
“All we can worry about is getting better. We can’t worry about other teams or where the media is,” said Manning.
Manning agreed that it’s...
Giants safety Tyler Sash was suspended four games Tuesday for violation of the league's performance enhancing drug policy.
Sash, a rookie last season after being selected out of Iowa in the 2011 draft, is eligible to participate in all preseason practices and games, according to an NFL statement, and will be eligible to return to the Giants' active roster on Oct. 1, following...
It was announced on Tuesday that New York Giants safety Tyler Sash had violated the NFL's performance-enhancing drug policy, resulting in a four game suspension. Sash later released a statement admitting that he received a prescription from a doctor for a drug called Adderall to treat anxiety, but in no way tried to gain an advantage on the field. After Wednesday's shortened...
The NFL announced today that New York Giants safety Tyler Sash has been suspended four games without pay for violating the league's performance-enhancing drugs policy. The second-year safety will be eligible to continue practicing with the team until the regular season gets underway, and then will be able to return on Monday, October 1st following the team’s September 30th...
The man who without remorse will fine and punish his players for not being 5 minutes early to a team meeting is pleading with the NFL to think about what they are doing with the 4-game suspension that has been handed down to New York Giants' safety Tyler Sash. He wants Roger Goodell and his cohorts in the [...]
New York Giants defenseive end Justin Tuck had a few simple words in response to Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones for telling his fans that they’re going to kick the Giants as*** this season.
Tuck told the media on Wednesday, “talk is cheap, play the game”
The Giants and Tuck have been playing according to those words for the past few seasons and because of it...
Super Bowl quarterback of the New York Giants Eli Manning talked about the Philadelphia Eagles becoming a dynasty but Manning, the QB of the team who has won the Super Bowl two times in the past five years, claims that the Giants are not a dynasty.During his interview with NFL.com's "NFL AM" Wednesday morning, Manning brushed-aside a question by Eric Davis about...