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New York Giants
The New York Giants have become an all-or-nothing team, and nothings have been the norm lately.
Despite winning the Super Bowl twice in the last six seasons, the Giants also have missed the playoffs three of the last four seasons.
It's a trend that the hierarchy is not happy about, and the pressure is on for Tom Coughlin's team to get back to the postseason, especially with the Super Bowl being played in its backyard, MetLife Stadium.
The Giants (9-7) have been active.
Dynamic wide receiver Victor Cruz was signed to a multi-year contract. Second-year pro David Wilson was handed the job at running back. The No. 31 ranked defense signed a couple of free agents, led by defensive lineman Cullen Jenkins.
The constant remains Eli Manning.
''I see things that I like and I see things that I don't like,'' Coughlin said Tuesday. ''I see things that have to happen and have to move along and get us to a point where we think our production is. It's a...
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More than two months after back surgery, New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul has been officially taken off the PUP list.
Pierre-Paul still isn’t making any promises about being back for week one.
But the Giants are happy to have their number one defensive threat back to practice.
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Ryan Mundy is no longer waiting for an NFL starting job. The New York Giants just gave him one.
Mundy, a free safety, was given the gig Saturday night when Stevie Brown tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee. Brown was returning an interception in the Giants' 24-21 overtime loss to the Jets.
The injury was fluky. Brown planted his foot and his knee gave out. And...
Former Tennessee linebacker Keith Bulluck has been replaced as a TV analyst for the Titans' preseason finale following his arrest on a felony robbery charge.
Kerry Collins, who spent five seasons with the Titans during his 18-year NFL career, was listed Monday in the team's notes as the analyst for Thursday night's game at Minnesota.
A cab driver accused Bulluck of...
The New York Giants officially activated defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul off of the Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) List Monday morning.
Following a solid week of practicing, Pierre-Paul appears as if he could be ready to go by the time the regular season begins.
JPP underwent back surgery in early June. At the time, he was given a three month timetable for his recovery, which...
This is huge news for the Giants as they get back their sack master in JPP. Pierre Paul could get to play in their preseason finale, but I highly doubt that the Giants will risk using him and taking the risk of him getting injured. It is still huge news for the G-Men and their […]
The New York Giants announced Monday via the team's official website that defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul has been activated from the physically unable to perform list, and has been cleared to practice.
Pierre-Paul underwent back surgery in June and missed all of training camp. He worked on individual drills in Monday's practice, and said that the individual drills he...
Sports bloggers were choking on their remotes today when a photo dropped showing Giants punter Steve Weatherford and his ripped abs. Nevermind…
An MRI confirmed that New York Giants safety Stevie Brown has a torn ACL and will miss the 2013 season, the team announced Sunday. The injury was originally diagnosed as a sprained knee.
Ryan Mundy will likely take over the starting role at free safety with Brown being placed on the season ending injured reserve list. Fellow safety Antrel Rolle is still recovering from a sprained...
As the New York Giants draw closer to the start of the regular season, defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul was activated off the physically unable to perform list on Monday; which should give a much needed shot in the arm to Big Blue's tepid pass-rush.
If you think that all punters are just scrawny little former soccer players well…..actually you are probably right for the most part. But that is not the case when it comes to New York Giants punter Steve Weatherford. Weatherford posted the following picture on his Instagram account a few days ago:
It would appear that Weatherford spends just as much time in the weight room...
Former Giants LB Aaron Curry has announced his retirement via his Twitter page:
Curry was thought to be a sure thing coming out of Wake Forest back in 2009 when the Seahawks made him the 4th pick in the draft. Curry never lived up to the hype though in Seattle and was traded to Oakland where he struggled with injuries.
Good luck to him in his life post football.
When Aaron Curry came out of Wake Forest in 2009, many considered him a sure thing. The Seahawks ended up taking the linebacker with the fourth overall pick that year and five years later after being released by the New York Giants that sure thing is set to retire.
Curry announced his retirement from the NFL on Twitter saying…
After a lot of prayer. Consulting with God. The best...
It was 10 years ago that Eli Manning played his final season of college football. A fifth-year senior, Manning and the Rebels began the 2003 campaign with a 24-21 win at Vanderbilt.