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According to Gil Brandt of NFL.com, the Tennessee Titans worked out former South Carolina wide receiver Alshon Jeffrey and the New York Giants met with on Monday.
Both the Titans and the Giants may end up looking to add depth at the receiver position in the draft. The Titans could use another big-time receiver to pair up alongside Kenny Britt and the Giants are looking to fill the void left by the departure of Mario Manningham, who signed with the 49ers as a free agent.
Jeffrey is currently projected to be taken in the late first or early second round if this month’s NFL draft.
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Former New York Giants running back Tiki Barber and his ex-wife have finally reached a settlement in their bitter divorce, a clerk at Manhattan Supreme Court confirmed Wednesday.
The clerk said the once-happy couple has 60 days to turn in the settlement to the court.
The ex-Giants star was slapped with divorce papers in 2010 after he was seen gallivanting around town with his then...
New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning may have earned the right to be called "elite," but one thing you can't call him right now is light.
The two-time Super bowl MVP was spotted in Miami Beach kicking back with his wife, Abby, and their daughter, Ava Frances this week.
Only a couple of months removed from winning Super Bowl XLVI, and it looks like Manning has...
ESPN's Todd McShay recently talked about defensive ends in the draft, as reported by John Glennon.
“This class is loaded with defensive ends in the back half of the first round and all the way through the third round. You’ve got some guys that can get after the quarterback.”
McShay mentioned three of them - Andre Branch, Whitney Mercilus and Nick Perry - as possibilities...
According to Ohm Youngmisuk of ESPNNewYork.com, New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw plans on resting his injured foot during OTA’s this year.
Bradshaw underwent a procedure in February that included an injection in his fractured foot, and the recovery is about three months, according to Bradshaw.
“I feel great. I got the injection in February. I feel tremendous after...
New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz was showing off the new Giants Nike uniforms in Brooklyn on Tuesday, and he stated that he doesn’t plan on holding out for more money.
Cruz said that a hold out is “not in my vocabulary.”
“I’m not frustrated at all. I just want to go out there and play football,” said Cruz. “When I was young, it wasn’t about the money. It...
Now a two-time Super Bowl winning quarterback (blech! I definitely just threw up in my mouth at having to write those words), Eli Manning is taking advantage of his last few free weeks before he has to get back to the grind of offseason workouts and practices. On vacation with his wife and daughter in Miami, Eli may be a winner but he doesn't look it. I'm not saying that...
During an online segment on ESPN.com, NFL insider Chris Mortensen stated that New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin wants to coach into his 70′s because of how much he loves Eli Manning.
“I’m told even at his age, he wants to coach into his 70′s. And the reason why he wants to coach into his 70′s is because he loves his quarterback Eli Manning,” said Mortensen.
Steve Weatherford is finally in his comfort zone.
He has job security, professional success and the contract to go with his achievements.
The New York Giants made a major investment in the strong-legged punter, signing him to a five-year, $12.75 million contract that includes a $3.25 million signing bonus.
Now, he's intent on continuing to justify their faith in him.
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The NFL just released the preseason schedule for the 2012 season. Who do the Seahawks have on the schedule? According to @ByTimBooth, the schedule shakes out like this: https://twitter.com/#!/ByTimBooth/st...17240571588608 Game 1 the Seahawks will face Matt Hasselbeck, Jordan Babineaux, Steve Hutchinson and the rest of the Tennessee Titans in Seattle. Game 2 pairs Seattle with...
The Raiders had a tryout with former Giants free agent DE Dave Tollefson, today. He was once a player on the Raiders practic squad before signing with the Giants active roster in 2007, becoming a member of their formidable defensive line rotation and a sometimes starter when injuries demanded.
If he signs with the Raiders he will fill much the same role - a backup and situational...