New York Giants: Key offseason workout dates released

The New York Giants announced the dates for some key offseason activities this spring. These events will mark the first time that the 2014 squad comes together as a unit. The voluntary offseason workout period begins on April 21, as it does for many NFL teams. Organized Team Activities are scheduled for the following dates: May 28-30 June 2-3 June 5 June 9-10 June 12-13 This year’s...
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

Robert Ayers to wear Justin Tuck’s No. 91

Robert Ayers, the former Broncos defensive end who signed with the Giants yesterday, will not just be potentially replacing longtime captain Justin Tuck along the defensive line, he will be taking his number too. The 28-year-old defensive end was given No. 91 Wednesday, when he signed a two-year deal with the G-Men. Ayers will have very big shoes to fill as the newest member of...
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

Free-agency activity suggest change in defensive philosophy

The ever-evolving offenses of the NFL have developed yet another mutation. Particularly the position of quarterback is changing. Teams are in favor of passers who are able to evade large pass rushers, and who can extend or even make plays with their legs. As a result, defenses must learn to adapt and develop new ways to stop it. The Giants’ heavy focus on revamping their defensive...
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16 days ago  |  Discuss

Giants sign former Broncos defensive end Robert Ayers

The Giants may not be able to immediately fill the leadership void that Justin Tuck left behind, they have done their best to at least fill the void on the field. The Giants have addressed their need at defensive end by signing Robert Ayers, formerly of the Denver Broncos: Robert Ayers, a 28-year-old defensive end who spent the last five years with the Denver Broncos...
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17 days ago  |  Discuss

Broncos’ Robert Ayers, Mike Adams rent out Hooters for SB party

Tweet (image via Wikipedia) What do you do if you’re playing in the Super Bowl and you have more family than tickets to the game? If you’re New Jersey natives Robert Ayers and Mike Adams of the Broncos you rent out the Hooters restaurant in Hackensack and throw a big bash for your family and friends, because why not? From… “Unfortunately...
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January 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Broncos players renting out Hooters for their families to watch the Super Bowl

This sure beats sitting in the cold. According to TMZ via Black Sports Online,  Mike Adams and Robert Ayers of the Broncos are renting out a Hooters in Hackensack, NJ for their family “I figured they have good food and, you know … ” Ayers told “It’s just a great sports bar and a nice place for our families to go enjoy the game.”   Need NFL Tickets? ...
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January 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: Denver’s Robert Ayers mocks Phillip Rivers’ kicking tantrum

Denver Broncos defensive end Robert Ayers mocked Phillip Rivers' kicking tantrum on Sunday.
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January 12, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Robert Ayers mocks Philip Rivers after temper tantrum

Philip Rivers hasn’t had his best day so far against the Broncos. I’m sure his day was not made any better when Robert Ayers mocked one of Rivers famous tantrums. Well played Robert. (h/t @cjzero)
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January 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Robert Ayers is ready to replace Elvis Dumervil

Broncos defensive end Robert Ayers told the media that Elvis Dumervil taught him a lot during his time in Denver and he looks forward to taking on a bigger role now that Dumervil is in Baltimore. “He’s a guy that mentored me a lot, taught me a lot about the game,” Ayers told reporters on Wednesday regarding Dumervil, per  “I’ve grown as a man since...
Via Pro Football Zone
May 08, 2013  |  Discuss

Robert Ayers – Denver Broncos BT Profile

Name: Robert Ayers Height, Weight: 6’3″, 274 Position: Defensive End Age, Experience: 26, 4 College: Tennessee Robert Ayers has had some big shoes to fill. A first round draft pick in 2009 — the second selection of the short-lived Josh McDaniels era — the defensive lineman added to expectations by choosing to wear jersey #56 in his first two seasons...
Via BroncoTalk
February 06, 2012  |  Discuss

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