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Justin Tuck and Eli Manning at the Giants 2012 ticker-tape parade through Manhattan. Photo by Maxim34374_Used under Creative Commons LicenseJim MancariBGB Assistant EditorOne-by-one, it seems every Giants free agent will be calling some place other than the Big Apple home next season. We knew that based on the team’s salary cap situation that many familiar faces would be gone this offseason. However, this many this soon? It’s rather mind-boggling. Mario Manningham and Brandon Jacobs will be heading out west to join the San Francisco 49ers, Aaron Ross will be a Jacksonville Jaguar, Devin Thomas is heading to the Chicago Bears and Dave Tollefson will suit up in the silver and black of the Oakland Raiders. It’s also likely that offensive tackle Kareem McKenzie won’t be back either. Though none of these players were as important to the team as Eli Manning, Ahmad Bradshaw, Hakeem Nicks, Victor Cruz, Justin Tuck or Jason Pierre-Paul, they still helped the Giants in their Super Bowl r...
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On Wednesday, the New York Giants held a private workout for Rutgers wide receiver Mohamed Sanu and Tennessee quarterback Matt Simms (son of Phil Simms).
Sanu tweeted, “Great workout today”, but he didn’t mention a specific team.
Sanu is projected to be selected in the first or second round and the Giants could end up drafting him in order to replace Mario Manningham, who...
New York Giants tight end Jake Ballard knew something wasn’t right with his knee after injuring it in the fourth quarter of Super Bowl XLVI, but he was still determined to try to play.
“I definitely felt it rip and heard it pop,” said Ballard per NorthJersey.com. “I felt like I ripped everything and broke everything.
“But it was the fourth quarter of the Super Bowl. I...
According to Ebenezer Samuel of the New York Daily News, New York Giants defensive end Osi Umenyiora isn’t expected to show up for next week’s offseason workouts.
Umenyiora is still unhappy about his contract and also isn’t thrilled with the idea of being a back up to Jason Pierre-Paul this coming season.
During the Giants Super Bowl run and after their Championship victory...
According to Patricia Traina of InsideFootball.com, linebacker Keith Rivers has been officially traded from the Cincinnati Bengals to the New York Giants.
Both Giants head coach Tom Coughlin and general manager Jerry Reese are excited to bring in Rivers.
“We’re excited to have another talented player in the mix for our defensive staff to work with. We try to create competition...
Eli Manning will show off his personality by hosting Saturday Night Live next month. Can he match his brother's performance?
Trade for Cincinnati: Rivers is an above average linebacker when healthy, but the Bengals have a good depth of linebackers already (Maualuga, Manny Lawson, Thomas Howard, and 2011 3rd rounder Dontay Moch) and they had one of the best defenses in the league last season without Rivers playing a snap. Rivers is an injury risk going forward and would likely not be resigned as a free...
According to Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily news, the Cincinnati Bengals will be trading linebacker Keith Rivers to the New York Giants in exchange for a fifth round pick.
Vacchiano also mentioned that a contract extension isn’t a part of the deal, since Rivers’ contract is set o expire after this coming season. I’m sure the Giants want to see if Rivers can stay...
According to the official Twitter account of NBC’s Saturday Night Live, New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning will be the host on May 5th, with Rihanna as the musical guest.
The interesting thing about Eli, is that he doesn’t look like he has much of a personality, but if you ask any of his teammates, they would tell you he’s one of the biggest jokesters/pranksters on the...