Giants’ Eli Manning to have ankle surgery

The New York Giants announced Thursday that two-time Super Bowl winning quarterback Eli Manning will undergo arthroscopic ankle surgery. Manning injured his left ankle in the Giants final game of 2013 against the Washington Redskins, and had been rehabbing ever since. Manning told the team’s website: “I went through the recovery and rehab after suffering the sprain, I was still...
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Giants bring back WR Mario Mannigham

The New York Giants and wide receiver Mario Mannigham have agreed on a one-year deal. Giants and former 49ers WR Mario Manningham agreed on a one-year deal. Giants are bring back Super Mario. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 18, 2014 Manningham, 27, had just nine receptions for 85 yards in six games with the 49ers last season.  In 2012, Mannigham had 42 receptions for 449...
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28 days ago  |  Discuss

Stock Watch: Giants expect development from Rueben Randle

2013 Expectations: Rueben Randle Entering his second pro season after a limited run in his 2012 rookie year, there was a fair amount of intrigue surrounding Randle as a potential breakout candidate though his 12th-13th round ADP suggests he was very much of the late round lottery ticket type than he was an expected breakout candidate. After all, the 2012 2nd round draft pick made...
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February 25, 2014  |  Discuss

New York Giants: 3 players to watch

As the New York Giantsʼ 2013 season starts this Sunday in Dallas, look for these three names to step up for a big game, and hopefully an even bigger season. 1. Tight End: Brandon Myers Brandon Myers was an offseason pick-up for the G-Men as Martellus Bennett departed to the Chicago Bears. Last season, Myers had a very solid year on a poor Oakland Raiders team. According to...
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September 07, 2013  |  Discuss

2013 Fantasy Football Sleepers: Finding you draft day value

The number one key to winning is to find value. Be it via trade, on the waiver wire, or in the draft, the only way to beat your opponent in the fake game is to maximize value in every transaction (or, in week nine of last season owning Doug Martin was probably sufficient). There are countless examples of value picks – sleepers – going in the late rounds of drafts and helping...
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July 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Time to step up Rueben Randle

While negotiations continue with Victor Cruz and speculations rise for Hakeem Nicks, the wide receiver situation is up in the air for the New York Giants. Enter Rueben Randle. The Cruz and Nicks saga could not have come at a better time for Randle. Randle is coming off a decent rookie season where he finished with 19 receptions for a total of 298 yards and three touchdowns, two of...
June 07, 2013  |  Discuss

Rueben Randle has been a huge disappointment for the Giants

When the Giants drafted LSU rookie WR Rueben Randle they didn’t intend on him barely contributing. They brought him in to take out other players on the roster such as Ramses Barden and Domenik Hixon, but he has failed to do so. This week Randle didn’t play an offensive snap in the Week 6 win over the 49ers.Randle has settled back in as New York’s No. 5 receiver, behind Hakeem...
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October 18, 2012  |  Discuss

Eli Manning turns role players into stars

Everywhere in sports, great athletes have the same qualities. They win championships. They win individual awards. Most of the time, they end up in their respective sports hall of fame. But perhaps the most intriguing trait of those athletes — and what separates the very best from the great — is their ability to make teammates better. Michael Jordan did it in basketball. Wayne...
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September 28, 2012  |  Discuss

No Manningham no problem: Randle it is for Giants in 2012

For most people, Mario Manningham was seen as a fixture in the New York Giants offense in 2011. He was the player, indeed, who made the miraculous catch down the near sideline during the super bowl that set up the Giants game-winning touchdown in the fourth quarter, a catch that few receivers could snag at [...]
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August 08, 2012  |  Discuss

Rookie WR Rueben Randle step ups with Nicks temporarily out of the lineup.

NEW YORK – The Giants have consistently groomed WRs to step out of the shadows and into the spotlight when the chips are down. When their number one man Hakeem Nicks went down last week with a broken foot, suddenly heads turned towards LSU’s Reuben Randle. Please click the link below to read the rest of this story and get access to SEC footage of Randle's LSU moments.
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May 27, 2012  |  Discuss

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