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Italian menswear brand, Eredi Pisano, celebrated fashion off-the-field with the help of the New York Giants. Hosted by Giants cornerback, Justin Tryon, the brand introduced “Why Personal Style off the Football Field Matters.” The league has always had its style standouts but now football players across the board are making continued efforts to improve their fashion game. The...
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October 29, 2012  |  Discuss

New York Giants' Justin Tryon on Competition at Cornerback : I'll Be Fine

Last offseason, the New York Giants suffered a slew of devastating injuries to several key players. Among those players were cornerbacks Terrell Thomas, Prince Amukamara, and Brian Witherspoon. This left the team short-handed at a key position, and it necessitated General Manager Jerry Reese to search the free agent scrap-heap for an unsigned, yet capable player to come in and become...
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July 14, 2012  |  Discuss

Giants Tuesday Morning Report

The Giants lost another player for the season yesterday when it was learned that backup DB Justin Tryon was placed on IR with a broken arm. Tom Coughlin was taken by Tryon’s dedication and courage when it was revealed that he played the entire second half in excruciating pain (see yesterday’s notes below). Who will replace Tryon on the roster? The easy fix would be to activate...
Via Giants Football Blog
November 01, 2011  |  Discuss

Tryon was trying his hardest

Coach Tom Coughlin marveled how reserve cornerback Justin Tryon was able to play nearly three quarters of the Giants’ 20-17 victory over the Dolphins with a broken right arm. Tryon yesterday had surgery on the arm, was put on injured reserve and is done for the season. Tryon, signed Oct...
Via NY Post
November 01, 2011  |  Discuss

Giants place Justin Tryon on injured reserve, Hakeem Nicks gets good news on hamstring

Justin Tryon had just found his role with the Giants. And now, he is gone for the year. Tryon, who signed with the Giants in early October after the team lost a handful of other cornerbacks to season-ending injuries, broke his right arm in Sunday’s win of the Dolphins. He underwent surgery on ...
Via The Blue Screen
October 31, 2011  |  Discuss

Giants Monday Afternoon Notes

The day after, even when you win, is a trying day at the facility. Who got banged up, nicked et al needs to be sorted out. Players played well get praised and for those who didn’t, corrective actions are being drawn up. Today, the Giants found out they have lost another player for the season. CB Justin Tryon broke his arm in yesterday’s game and was placed on IR today. He apparently...
Via Giants Football Blog
October 31, 2011  |  Discuss

And The Hits Keep On Coming

Justin Tryon played the last two quarters Sunday with a badly broken arm and will now undergo season-ending surgery, proving once again that the Giants' secondary is snakebitten.
October 31, 2011  |  Discuss
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