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Indianapolis Colts: Johnathan Hankins off-base assessing defense

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11 days ago

Johnathan Hankins: Colts have ‘probably the best defense in the AFC’

Who has the best defense in the AFC? Why, the Indianapolis Colts do, of course. At least, that’s the opinion of new defensive tackle Johnathan Hankins.Hankins was one of many players brought in to stabilize a shaky unit. Speaking on the NFL Network’s “Good Morning Football,” Hankins shared his belief that his new defense is the best in the conference.“Right now I feel like...
Via Sportsnaut
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Johnathan Hankins thinks Colts probably have AFC’s best defense

There’s nothing quite like the optimism that NFL teams find in May when the regular season is still months away from starting and best-case scenarios are the ones in the forefront of everyone’s minds. Players are in the best shape of their lives, offseason tweaks have resulted in great progress and bold proclamations for the year…
Via Pro Football Talk
12 days ago

Dalvin Tomlinson Agrees To a Contract With The New York Giants

According to multiple reports, the New York Giants have agreed to a deal with second-round draft choice, Dalvin Tomlinson. Tomlinson, who is expected to replace Johnathan Hankins at defensive tackle, will reportedly make $4.57 million over the course of four seasons, with a signing bonus of $1.47 million. The most interesting part about this whole situation is the fact that Hankins...
Via Big Blue Unbiased
17 days ago

Report: Colts sign Johnathan Hankins to three-year, $30M deal

The Indianapolis Colts landed the best free agent lineman left on the market Thursday, signing Johnathan Hankins to a three-year deal.According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, it’s worth up to $30 million with $14.5 million guaranteed. This is a great get for Indy, which adds some serious beef in the middle of its defense.Hankins, originally a second-round pick out of Ohio State by...
Via Sportsnaut
April 13, 2017  |  Discuss

It's official: Giants lose DT Johnathan Hankins for the season

Just when the New York Giants have added a reinforcement along the defensive line in Jason Pierre-Paul, they have lost another. Defensive tackle Johnathan Hankins was placed on injured reserve Monday, and he will miss the remainder of the season with a torn pectoral muscle.Hankins finished as Pro Football Focus' 69th-best NFL player overall in 2014, and he was arguably the Giants...
Via FOX Sports
November 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Giants' defense takes another hit: Hankins out with a torn pec

After placing defensive captain and middle linebacker Jon Beason on injured reserve earlier this week, the Giants may have to do the same thing with defensive tackle Johnathan Hankins. The veteran defensive tackle left the first quarter of the Giants' Week 9 game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and ESPN's Dan Graziano is reporting that Hankins has a torn pectoral muscle.The Giants...
Via FOX Sports
November 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Giants' Johnathan Hankins could quietly emerge among league's best DTs in 2015

In his second season in the NFL, defensive tackle Jonathan Hankins emerged as arguably the New York Giants' second-best defensive player, behind only Jason Pierre-Paul. Hankins' raw and advanced stats during the 2014 season were equally as impressive. Hankins finished with  7.0 sacks and 51 tackles in 2014. According to Pro Football Focus' game charters, he had the eighth-most defensive...
Via FOX Sports
June 30, 2015  |  Discuss

New York Giants season wrap up: defense edition

In the simplest terms, the New York Giants defense was subpar in 2014. In order to make significant improvements before next season, they need to work on improving their pass rush, and not just against teams that have below average offensive lines. Their defense this season left much to be desired, finishing 29th in the NFL in total yards allowed per game (375.8), and 30th in the...
January 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Watch: New York Giants players brawl at training camp

During Monday’s practice, the New York Giants’ Henry Hynoski and Johnathan Hankins engaged in some face-to-face combat. Helmets went flying, but the fight was broken up by teammates before it could really get out of hand. Source: CJ Fogler Training camp wouldn’t feel right without a scuffle or two between teammates. Often times it can be an inspiring and positive sight to see...
Via cover32 - Giants
July 28, 2014  |  Discuss

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