New York Giants safety Will Hill was recently arrested for owing child support.
According to the Newark Star-Ledger, police claim Hill overs $9,000 in child support and his car smelled of marijuana when they pulled him over.
New York Giants safety Will Hill owed more than $9,100 in child-support payments when he was arrested after a motor vehicle...
According to Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News, Giants safety Will Hill was arrested on Friday night in New Jersey in connection to a warrant that’s related to overdue child support payments. Hill flew with his teammates to Detroit for Sunday’s game against the Lions and is expected to play. Hills has been a great player for the Giants, but has been suspended twice...
Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News reports that New York Giants safety Will Hill was arrested Friday night in New Jersey on a warrant related to child support.
Hill made the trip to Detroit with the team and is expected to play on Sunday against the Lions.
Giants S Will Hill made the trip to Detroit with the Giants, despite being arrested last night in NJ on a warrant...
New York Giants defensive back Will Hill made a fantastic play to outmuscle Washington Redskins wide receiver Pierre Garçon when he was fighting for extra yards. Hill used pure strength to rip the ball away from Garçon and clinched the game for the Giants.
It looks like the New York Giants may have hit the jack pot when they signed former Florida safety Will Hill as an undrafted free agent last season.
As long as Hill stays out of trouble that is. He’s already been suspended twice during his short NFL career. Once for performance enhancing drugs and the last itme for using marijuana.
So far though, the Giants love what they see...
The Giants took a leap of faith by signing Will Hill when nobody else would give the safety a chance, and stuck with the hard-hitter through two four-game suspensions.
He finally is making their gamble pay off.
The 6-foot-1, 207-pound Hill has made the most of his latest second chance, thriving at safety in four games since his return. His emergence has enabled the Giants to go...
Earlier today we were pondering whether the Giants may want to bring back safety Kenny Phillips since he’s a free agent again and Stevie Brown is now done for the season with torn ACL.
According to Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News, the Giants likely won’t be reuniting with Phillips.
For everyone asking about Kenny Phillips, I'm told a return is unlikely. Health...
It has been a busy week for whoever dishes out NFL suspensions.
Most recently, New York Giants undrafted safety Will Hill will serve a four-game suspension for the second straight season.
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PRESCRIPTION FOR TROUBLE
Giants safety Will Hill, serving a four-game suspension for using Adderall to treat his ADHD, says that "there's going to be problems" if players who need it aren't allowed to use it.
The New York Giants have a long history of bringing in at risk players who have had off the field issues and transforming them into key members of successful, winning teams. Players like Mario Manningham, Plaxico Burress, and Ahmad Bradshaw have all come with off the field baggage, and have all played important roles in one or more Super Bowl victories for Big Blue.