Found August 15, 2013 on Holdout Sports:

Rocker Jon Bon Jovi, a New Jersey resident and long-time New York Giants fan, attended the team's practice Wednesday as a special guest of team co-owner John Mara. Hey @BonJovi, thanks for coming out to #GiantsCamp today! — New York Giants (@Giants) August 14, 2013 Bon Jovi took some time to chat with a number of Giants players after practice, including quarterback Eli Manning and defensive back Prince Amukamara. Really enjoyed my meet and greet with the legend Bon Jovi at work yesterday!!! #livinonaprayer— Prince Amukamara (@PrinceAmukamara) August 15, 2013 H/T FTW. Visit us at and follow us on Twitter @HoldoutSports.


Eli Manning doesn’t look like a good bowler (Photo)

The Giants took their players bowling last week and either this is a bad photo of Eli Manning or he is an awful bowler. h/t Black Sports Online     Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Eli Manning doesn’t look like a good bowler (Photo) appeared first on Pro Football Zone.

New York Giants Preseason: Gimme Moore

DeMontre Moore blocks a punt attempt in the first Quarter of the New York Giants preseason game vs Pittsburgh last Saturday night (photo courtesy if AP) Alyssa "G-Men Girl" Franklin BGB Featured Columnist DeMontre Moore made quite an introduction for himself on Saturday night in the game against Pittsburgh. There have been many good things coming out of camp about...

New York Giants: LeBron James vs. Giants WRs

As I was flipping through channels, I came across this debate on how good LeBron James could’ve been if he decided to go for pro football instead of pro basketball. It was too good to pass up, so I decide to have some fun and compare James to the wide receivers of my team, the New York Giants. As the New York Giants enter the 2013 season, they are stacked at receiving with Victor...

Jason Pierre-Paul had an “outstanding day” of running

We reported earlier that Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul is a ways away from getting back on the field. According to Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News,  Giants head coach Tom Coughlin stated that Pierre-Paul had an outstanding day of running the other day. Jason Pierre-Paul had an "outstanding day" of running yesterday, Coughlin said. But he was sore today...

Hakeem Nicks will make his preseason debut on Sunday

New York Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks will make his preseason debut this Sunday against the Colts. Nicks was held out of last week’s game against the Steelers because of a strained groin. Cornerback Terrell Thomas will not play this.  He recently came off the PUP list.   Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Hakeem Nicks will make his preseason debut...

5 Good Reasons The New York Giants Will Miss The Playoffs

In the NFL, the difference between making to it the Super Bowl and missing the playoffs entirely is razor thin and perhaps no team embodies this more over the past few years than the New York Giants.In 2010, they finished 10-6 which most of the time is good enough to make the postseason, but not that year.  In 2011, they won the Super Bowl but finished 9-7 which somehow got them...

Caption the Photo: Eli Manning Bowling

Look at Master Eli with the form of a young Pete Webber Jr.

2013 preview: New York Giants

The 2013 NFL regular season is right around the corner. With that being said, it's time to launch our team previews. contributor Taylor Jones will answer important questions for every franchise. NEW YORK GIANTS 2012 Record: 9-7. Missed the playoffs. Which player is under the most pressure? Justin Tuck took over the reins as the team's defensive captain...

Giants DE Justin Tuck can keep non-standard facemask

There will be no more “non-standard customized facemasks in the NFL.” But Justin Tuck will still have his signature look. The NFL began reminding teams in June that all visible game-day items worn by players – including facemasks – had to conform to league rules and those rules include limits on facemasks mandating a maximum of four horizontal bars and three vertical bars...

Giants, Coughlin cautious about injuries

New York Giants players are dropping like flies. Some of their veteran leaders are slowly getting back in to game form just in time for week one.

The Razzball Football Podcast – The One Where Nick And JB Preview QBs, TEs And Nick’s Love For The Giants

Razzball Nation!  The Razzball Football Podcast is back, and we’re back to our weekly schedule with the first of four preview episodes on Wednesdays as we charge into the 2013 NFL season, then weekly podcasts will go up Monday afternoons once the season is underway.  First off, before you listen start up a new RCL League to feed your fantasy appetite, and as an extra bonus,...

Steelers Versus Giants – Meaningless First Team Offense Personnel Groupings & Stats

Analyzing stats from preseason games is a ludicrous thing to do, but being as I specialize in the ludicrous, below is a look at the personnel groupings the Pittsburgh Steelers starting offense used in their preseason opener against the New York Giants. Of the 18 non penalty plays that offense ran Saturday night, eight of [...] Steelers Versus Giants – Meaningless First Team Offense...

2013 New York Giants Preview

The story’s all too familiar at this point—Tom Coughlin’s on the chopping block, Eli Manning’s about to get run out of town, then BANG! The strictest coach in sports and Peyton’s aw-shucks little brother one-up the team of the decade on the game’s biggest stage. For whatever reason, these Giants respond only to naysayers, and that’s exactly why you can expect a big...
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