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Giants' Berhe writes gripping essay about finding out his cousin was San Bernardino victim

Last week, New York Giants safety Nat Berhe tweeted that his cousin, Isaac Amanios, was one of the 14 people killed by Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik last Wendesday in the San Bernardino shooting. On Thursday, Berhe wrote a gripping essay posted on the Players' Tribune about the process of finding out he lost a loved one, and how the news has affected him since.Berhe was on high...
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December 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Cousin of Giants safety killed in San Bernardino shooting

New York Giants safety Nat Berhe received news that no one wanted to hear after yesterday’s shooting in San Bernardino, Calif. Today Berhe said that he was informed that his cousin was among the 14 killed in the massacre. Just got word that one of my cousins was among the 14 killed yesterday, I'm so sick right now. — Nat Berhe (@NatBerhe) December 3, 2015 Berhe is a San Bernardino...
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December 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Giants safety says cousin killed in San Bernardino shootings

Tragedy struck Southern California Wednesday as 14 people were killed in a mass shooting in San Bernadino, California.Among those killed in the shooting, one victim was the cousin of New York Giants safety Nat Berhe. Just got word that one of my cousins was among the 14 killed yesterday, I'm so sick right now. — Nat Berhe (@NatBerhe) December 3, 2015 Berhe also revealed on...
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December 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Giants safety tweets that cousin was victim in San Bernardino shooting

Facts about the San Bernardino shooting are still being disseminated by officials, but one NFL player tweeted on Thursday that his cousin was one of the 14 victims killed on Wednesday.  Nat Berhe, a second-year safety for the Giants who is on injured reserve, sent out this message to his followers on Thursday afternoon.Berhe is on injured reserve after a hardened blood clot curtailed...
Via FOX Sports
December 03, 2015  |  Discuss

The New York Giants Lose Another Player in Their Secondary as Nat Berhe Could be Out for the Season

Nat Berhe #34 of the New York Giants is helped off the field after an injury against the Philadelphia Eagles during a game at MetLife Stadium. (Mandatory Credit:ESPN/Getty Images) Earlier today the New York Giants announced that their safety Nat Berhe would undergo calf surgery. The young Giants’ safety was projected to fill the starting free safety role after Antrel Rolle left...
Via The Sports Journal
August 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Giants lose safety Nat Berhe to calf surgery

Another one bites the dust for the New York Giants at safety. After already losing rookie Mykkele Thompson to season-ending surgery, and second year defensive back Bennett Jackson, the Giants will now be without Nat Berhe for the 2015 season.Berhe showed promise at the end of 2014, and some expected him to make a move up the depth chart this offseason. After initially injuring his...
Via FOX Sports
August 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Giants SS Nat Berhe will miss entire season

New York Giants safety Nat Berhe will have surgery on his injured calf Friday, which will end his 2015 season before it even began, according to two sources familiar with the injury, per NJ.com. That makes an unbelievable four Giants safeties down for the year in 2015. Berhe, whos says the procedure is needed to remove a hardened blot clot from the calf,  played in all 16...
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August 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Favorite to win starting safety position Nat Berhe eyeing training camp return

New York Giants safety Nat Berhe, who is considered the front-runner for the starting safety position opposite rookie Landon Collins is looking at the start of training camp for his return to the team after recovering from a calf injury. He has began running and working out last week and will continue his rehab process until camp begins. "[Training] camp is what we're looking...
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June 18, 2015  |  Discuss

Giants safety Nat Berhe calls out former DC Perry Fewell

What started as a simple fluff question about new defensive coordinator Steve Spagunolo escalated into a loaded answer from New York Giants safety Nat Berhe. Berhe was asked about how he's taken to the new personality that Spagnuolo brings to the team, and while praising his new defensive boss he took a subtle shot at his old one.   "Coach [Spagnuolo], you know, I can talk to him...
Via FOX Sports
April 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Rookie Giants share enthusiasm for first NFL gig

The New York Giants added what they hope will be key pieces to another Super Bowl championship in the future via the 2014 NFL Draft. Those young athletes have shown their excitement to be the newest members of Big Blue via social media and it’s fair to assume they’ve taken notice of all the new followers they have gained over the last few days. Here’s a look at what some of...
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May 15, 2014  |  Discuss
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