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Jeremy Shockey was out of football last year, and people who are only 32 years old and not working can get pretty bored. That could help explain one of the former New York Giants tight end’s recent tweets, or it could be that he’s just an incredibly weird dude.
We pretty much have to assume that somebody got a little action last night. We have seen NFL players offer way too much information on Twitter in the past when it comes to tweeting about perverted stuff, but Shockey took it to another level early Tuesday morning. You know how most people say they would like to die in their sleep? Shockey has his own plan for how he wants to go.
Sex is the best high. It’s better than any drug. I want to die making love because it feels so good. instagram.com/p/Yb2LgGQc-1/
— Jeremy Shockey (@JeremyShockey) April 23, 2013
I feel bad for the girl he ends up dead on top of. Shockey also tweeted on of those “your dirty mind” pictures to go along with his thought, which you can see by clicking his ...
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Current free agent tight end Jeremy Shockey took to Instagram on Monday night to upload a perceptively provocative photo along with the above statement.
Jeremy Shockey has a ton of time on his hands after not playing last year so he’s been active on twitter, over-sharing his days away.
But Monday night Shockey decided he just wasn’t TMI enough, and so he dropped this gem of a tweet:
Not really sure what to even make of this, I guess next time it’s best he keep these tidbits to himself. Hilarious nonetheless.
According to Tom Rock of Newsday, the New York Giants haven’t shut the door on possibly bringing back linebacker Michael Boley after releasing him earlier this offseason.
Sounds like Giants haven’t completely closed the door on Michael Boley returning. Interesting.
— Tom Rock (@TomRock_Newsday) April 25, 2013
I’m sure the Giants want to see how things shake out in the draft...
New York Giants restricted free agent receiver Victor Cruz was reportedly given a new offer from the team which according to a New York Daily News report is for around $7 million a year.Fantasy Spin:Cruz wants to be paid like a No. 1 receiver and looking at what Dwayne Bowe received in the offseason, Cruz hasn't gotten that level of offer. Although we expect that the two sides...
New York Giants owner John Mara told the media tonight that wide receiver Victor Cruz will get a new contract at some point.
“It will get done at some point,” Mara said tonight, before tonight’s Big Brothers Big Sisters of NYC Annual Sidewalks of New York Gala, per the Newark Star Ledger. “Just be patient.”
It sounds like Mara is optimistic something will get done, which...
According to a report from Ralph Vacchiano, the New York Giants have increased their offer to Victor Cruz to $8 million per year, a $1 million increase from the reported $7 million per year deal. Reports out of Cruz’s camp is that he is seeking upwards of $10 million per year, including bonus money. The Giants offer reportedly includes $15-18M in guarantees. Cruz never received...
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We recently found out that the New York Giants’ first contract offer to Victor Cruz was for $7 million a year. Now it looks like they’ve made him another offer.
According to the New York Daily News, the Giants’ latest offer to Cruz is for $8 million per year.
Their last offer, a source told the Daily News, was worth close to $8 million per season and it’s...
NFL News: The New York Giants have re-signed, 2012 waiver wire wonder Andre Brown, to a one-year deal worth just over 2 million dollars.
Fantasy Ramifications: At the very least, Brown will serve as the short-yardage and goal line back for the G-Men to start the year. And he should be a hand-cuff candidate in most leagues if you decide Wilson is your guy. In touchdown only leagues...
Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News believes that the Giants could have interest in Notre Dame LB Manti Te’o.
Vacchiano writes that the Giants “haven’t been shy about drafting or signing players with character ‘red flags’ in the past” and “they believe they have a strong enough system, coach and veterans in the room to handle any players with ‘issues’“...
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The 2013 NFL Draft is less than a week away, which means that
John Mara, Steve Tisch, Jerry Reese and company need to figure out how
to build around their current roster for the upcoming 2013 season.
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The unit that helped Tom Coughlin's crew win its second Super Bowl in five years in February 2012 was among the NFL's worst last season
The defensive line didn't get to the quarterback as much, and it certainly didn't stop the run. The linebackers were ineffective and the secondary...
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