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by Adam Carman, BGB Assistant EditorBig Blue Nation was rocked this past weekend when the Giants announced they were cutting longtime running back Brandon Jacobs. The widespread emotion seems to be one of rage and sorrow, but this writer believes that the Giants move was long overdue and the team will be better off in the long run. Here are the top three reasons why.3. Finances. Jacobs' termination frees up over $4 million in cap space. With twenty-one high profile free agents including Mario Manningham, Osi Umenyiora and Chase Blackburn waiting we can't afford to keep everyone. Honestly this should not have come as much of a surprise. Every year we have to make cuts and every year fans hate to see some of their favorite players go. But football is a business and when push comes to shove and you need to clear cap space immediately, you need to cut the weakest links. That brings me to number two....2. Production. Those bemoaning the loss of Jacobs seem to be stuck in a pre-...
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Drafted in the 3rdround (#76) in the 2010 NFL Draft, Chad Jones was once considered a steal for the New York Giants. However; since his accident many fans have forgotten about the Safety out of LSU. Fortunately, the Giants haven't forgotten as they have reconstructed the remaining two years of Jones' contract; which indicates that they feel Jones can still be a productive...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter,the New York Giants have signed free agent tight end Martellus Bennett to a one-year deal, worth $2.5 million.
The Giants obviously need a starting tight end, since they lost both Jake Ballard and Travis Beckum to a torn ACL in the Super Bowl.
It looks like the Giants signed Bennett to a one-year deal to prove to them and the rest of the league...
The New York Giants are the NFL’s reigning Super Bowl Champions but with the start of the free agency period this afternoon, the franchise is looking at the potential of as many as 20 players becoming unrestricted free agents. Is it possible that the New York Giants could be bringing back some familiar faces to the team?
The Giants could very well lose WR Mario Manningham...
According to Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News, there’s almost absolutely no way the New York Giants are going to be able to bring back wide receiver Mario Manningham and right now it continues to look like he’ll probably sign with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The good news is that the Giants are well prepared to move on from Manningham with guys like Hakeem Nicks and Victor...
Even the Super Bowl Champion New York Giants have holes to fill this offseason, and it's not going to be easy. The Giants are tight on cap space, which forced them to restructure Eli Manning's contract and release Brandon Jacobs to get under the cap. Expect more cap clearing moves to be made because they still need to make room to extend and re-sign a few players. I expect...
The New York Giants have signed tight end Martellus Bennett to a one-year deal worth $2.5M, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.
The Giants had a need at tight end with both Jake Ballard and Travis Beckum rehabbing from a torn ACL, and Bennett will now get a chance to showcase his talent while no longer stuck behind stud Jason Witten in Dallas. And the former second...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the New York Giants have re-signed cornerback Terrell Thomas.
At this point we don’t have the terms of the deal. As soon as we do, we we’ll update this post.
Thomas is looking to come back strong in 2012 after suffering a torn ACL in a preseason game in 2011.
In 2010 he showed that he has the ability to become one of the NFL’s top corners.
The Super Bowl-champion New York Giants have signed tight end Martellus Bennett as a free agent.
The Giants announced the signing late Wednesday without giving contract details.
Bennett spent the past four seasons with the Dallas Cowboys as the backup to Jason Witten, catching 85 passes for 846 yards and four touchdowns.
The Giants were in need of a tight end after starter Jake...
TweetThe New York Giants have signed ex Dallas Cowboys TE Martellus Bennett to a 1 year contract reportedly worth $2.5 million.
This is a smart move by the organization considering both Jake Ballard and Travis Beckum suffered serious injuries during the Super Bowl and are not expected back at the start of the season.
Bennett is a talented player who has had limited opportunities...