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For the first time this decade, Osi Umenyiora will test his worth on the open market as he's unlikely to return to the Giants. Campaigning for such an event, Umenyiora claimed Friday that whichever team he lands with -- contender or not -- will be getting the next Defensive Player of the Year. "It wouldn't have to be a playoff team," Umenyiora said, via NFL.com. "It could be anybody pretty much anybody who would need me to help them win, and anybody who I think is going to put me in a situation to win Defensive Player of the Year, which is what I'm going to do this year." The 31-year-old defensive end reportedly won't have his contract re-upped by the Giants, the only club he's known in his professional career. Though Umenyiora seems open to a return to Big Blue, he's keeping his options wide open. "My phone is on. I'm not turning my phone off. I'm open to pretty much every situation right now," Umenyiora said. "...
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Former New York Giants defensive end Osi Umenyiora has waited a very long time to finally be a free agent. After numerous contract disputes with Giants, the two have officially parted ways with no intent on reaching an agreement to reunite. So with free agency ahead of him and his choice of where to play [...]
Former New York Giants defensive end Osi Umenyiora has waited a long time to be a free agent. He waited so long and is so excited, that he’s just saying anything out his mouth.
Umenyiora was on NFL Network a few hours ago, and was asked about his future and what his plans were. Umenyiora made it clear his next team would be playoff caliber, maybe a player or two away from...
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, there’s already a ton of interest in New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz as a restricted free agent and the new league year hasn’t even started yet. The Giants will likely give Cruz a first round tender, but that may not keep a team from signing him. The New York Giants slot receiver almost certainly will receive a first...
According to Kimberly Jones of NFL Network, cornerback Cory Webster restructured his contract taking a pay cut to stay with the New York Giants. Webster's sub-par play in 2012 and his $7 million salary for 2013 was too rich for the Giants taste, and the fact the Giants are tight on salary-cap space. Webster had his salary reduced to $4 million in the final year of his contract...
New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin was a guest on Pro Football Talk on the NBC Sports Network as he continues his book tour. He made it clear that he wants wide receiver Victor Cruz to never play for another team.
”We want Victor Cruz to be a Giant, want him to be a Giant forever,” Coughlin told Erik Kuselias. “We have to have some patience here, everybody has...
The New York Giants are keeping their prices the same for season ticket holders for the fourth straight year.
Parking, however, will increase $5 per game.
The Giants, who missed the playoffs last season after winning the Super Bowl the previous season, informed fans of the ticket prices and parking in an email Friday. The price for parking will be $30.
Season ticket holders were...
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New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin has been on a book tour over the past week promoting his new book called Earn the Right to Win. This time he stopped in to appear on the The Jon Stewart Show.
Coughlin’s a pretty funny guy. Check out the video...
I can almost guarantee that there will be a mutiny in new York if the Giants let Victor Cruz walk away.
As farfetched as that scenario playing out may seem, Chris Wesseling of NFL.com, wrote that there is a lot of interest in the Pro Bowl receiver who burst onto the scene two seasons ago after the Giants signed him as an undrafted free agent.
NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport hears there...
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New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning speaks during the “Building a Healthier Future Summit” at the Lisner Auditorium of George Washington University in Washington, DC. Do the Manning’s ever say no to anything?-TO
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With the New York Giants looking to move David Wilson into more of a feature role in their offense, they will now need someone else to return kicks in 2013. Wilson brought electricity to the return game, averaging 27 yards on kick returns, and ripping off a 97-yarder against Saints. It was the first touchdown on a kickoff for the Giants since their season finale in December of 2007...