New York Post "Odell Beckham Jr. wowed the crowd in his first Pro Bowl on Sunday night, kicking field goals with ease in warmups and then making five catches — most of them of the acrobatic variety — in the actual game. What the Giants’ rookie sensation revealed after the game made all of that and his..." January 26
New York Post "Walter Thurmond still owns a house in Seattle, and he visited the Pacific Northwest this past week, checking in on his former Seahawks teammates, guys with whom he won a Super Bowl one year ago. Thurmond could tell from what he heard that these Seahawks understand their epic comeback victory in..." January 24
Newark Star-Ledger "The New England Patriots routed the Indianapolis Colts, 45-7, in the AFC Championship Game, earning a trip to Super Bowl XLIX in Glendale, Aria., against the NFC champion Seattle Seahawks. And as Patriots head coach Bill Belichick told the Gillette Stadium crowd, "We're on to Seattle," former..." January 19
Newark Star-Ledger "Whenever New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady decides to hang up his cleats, he will obviously go down as one of the greatest passers in NFL history. But former Giants defensive end Justin Tuck said that Brady's legacy would be even more ironclad were it not for his Super Bowl losses to the..." January 18
Pro Football Talk "The Giants’ new defensive coordinator is also the Giants’ old defensive coordinator. Steve Spagnuolo, who was previously the Giants’ defensive coordinator from 2007 to 2008, is taking the job again, according to Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News. During Spagnuolo’s previous tenure..." January 15
New York Post "The Giants are in hot pursuit of a new defensive coordinator. According to league sources, they interviewed former Raiders head coach Dennis Allen on Tuesday and are scheduled to meet with old friend Steve Spagnuolo on Wednesday. The front-runner is believed to be the 55-year-old Spagnuolo, who..." January 14
With Ravens eliminated, Giants will ask permission to interview Steve Spagnuolo for defensive coordinator job.
Confirmed: Giants will interview Pepper Johnson for defensive coordinator job next week. Received permission from Bills.
Giants requested permission for defensive coordinator interview with Washington DB coach Raheem Morris, per source.
Ravens DB coach Steve Spagnuolo is absolutely on the short-list to replace Fewell, sources say. Hard to say if he's at top, or just on it.
Pro Football Talk "The Giants have added a third quarterback to their offseason roster. The club signed Ricky Stanzi to a reserve/future contract on Wednesday, per the NFL’s personnel notice. The 27-year-old Stanzi finished the regular season on the Texans’ practice squad. He has also had stints with the..." January 08
The Score "New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. was added to the Pro Bowl on Thursday. He will replace Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson, who is unable to play due to injury." January 07
The Giants are parting ways with defensive coordinator Perry Fewell I'm told
Newark Star-Ledger "Microfracture. It might be one of the most feared words for a football player. When you hear it, you wince. Microfracture surgery ruined the career of promising Giants receiver Steve Smith and so many other NFL players over the years. This is what Giants cornerback Bennett Jackson faces. The..." January 03
New York Daily News "Tom Coughlin is coming back, and Jerry Reese is returning. And they won’t be the only ones back in East Rutherford in 2015, either. Don’t expect much turnover on the Giants roster this offseason, even after the disaster that made co-owner John Mara “sick” in 2014. For better or worse, the 2015..." January 02
New York Post "If the Giants decide to print up shirts to commemorate the 2014 season, the most appropriate slogan to use is “Unified Losers.” Yep, they were beaten nearly twice as often as they beat anyone, but nope, there was no sign of any fracturing. The Giants went out and lost with grace and dignity...." January 02
Pro Football Talk "Via USA Today and NFL.com, here is the first-team All-Pro squad as announced by The Associated Press on Friday. Fifty NFL writers compose the AP’s voting panel: OFFENSE Quarterback: Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay. Running back: DeMarco Murray, Dallas; Le’Veon Bell, Pittsburgh. Fullback: John..." January 02
Newark Star-Ledger "The first big (non-coaching) personnel decision the Giants will have to make this offseason has nothing to do with scouting draft prospects or reaching out to representatives of prospective free agents. By March 2, the team brass will have to decide whether to designate defensive end Jason..." January 02
Pro Football Talk "Sticking with the status quo was the organizational message from the Giants after their 6-10 season, but some change is inevitable in an NFL offseason. The Giants found a way to make one change look a lot status quo. Quarterbacks coach Danny Langsdorf left the Giants to become the offensive..." January 01
ESPN New York "New York Giants general manager Jerry Reese met with all of the team's pending free agents Monday, as is his custom on the day after the end of the season. The most prominent of those is defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul, who had 12.5 sacks this season and has made it clear that he's seeking a..." December 31
New York Daily News "Eli Manning’s NFL career began with the Giants in 2004. And if Giants co-owner John Mara has his way, it will end with them, too. “Yeah, we would like him to retire as a Giant,” Mara said Tuesday. “That is where he should be. We still think we can win a championship with him and he is playing..." December 31
New York Post "Markus Kuhn didn’t want Jason Pierre-Paul to leave the Giants locker room on Monday without some assurances. “Promise you’ll be back,” Kuhn said to Pierre-Paul, the Giants defensive end who can become an unrestricted free agent this offseason. “I’m not going to promise anything,” Pierre-Paul..." December 30
New York Daily News "Eli Manning is getting to keep his new offensive coordinator, but he's losing his new quarterbacks coach. Danny Langsdorf, who was hired one year ago when the Giants shook up their offensive coaching staff, is leaving the team and the NFL to return to college where he'll become the new..." December 30
Bleeding Green Nation "The Philadelphia Eagles defeated the New York Giants on Sunday at MetLife Stadium, 34-26. The Eagles advanced to 10-6 in their final game of the 2014 NFL season. Read on for a drive-by-drive recap of the game. Up next for Philadelphia is a long offseason. FIRST QUARTER Giants win the coin..." December 29
ESPN.com "New York Giants coach Tom Coughlin has been told he will be back in 2015, but he has a meeting with owner John Mara at 3 p.m. ET Monday to discuss potential coaching staff changes, a source said. This year's team started off well after an offseason overhaul and the installation of a new offense..." December 29
ESPN.com "Jason Pierre-Paul doesn't know what will happen after Sunday's regular-season finale. Could it be his last game as a Giant? JPP wants to remain a Giant for life and get paid like an elite pass-rusher. But the defensive end knows anything could happen once he's eligible for free agency this..." December 28
While a source tells me it's not a concern, the Giants have not reached out with an offer to extend DE Jason Pierre-Paul, at this time.
NFL.com "The rosters for the 2015 Pro Bowl, which will be Jan. 25, 2015 at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN in Glendale, Arizona, the site of Super Bowl XLIV, were announced Tuesday. Like last year, it's the unconferenced format with players selected without regard to conference in voting by fans, coaches and..." December 24
New York Post "Rams coach Jeff Fisher said his team did not instigate what turned into a wild second-quarter brawl in the Giants’ 37-27 win at St. Louis Sunday. He pinned the blame on the way the Giants responded after receiver Odell Beckham Jr. was thrown down out of bounds by Rams linebacker Alec..." December 24
New York Daily News "Ten games of Odell Beckham have produced a litany of explosive plays. But no play was quite as explosive as his six-yard catch at the end of the first half on Sunday. This is what happens when you try to target the Giants’ most dynamic weapon. On Sunday afternoon at the Edward Jones Dome, the..." December 22
ESPN New York "New York Giants coach Tom Coughlin came to Odell Beckham Jr.'s defense Monday, a day after his star rookie wide receiver received a taunting penalty and was involved in a sideline brawl with the St. Louis Rams. "Every time Odell plays, he learns more about the National Football League, and he..." December 22
CBSSports.com "You knew it was coming. The Giants and Rams had been chippy for much of the first half and it finally came to a head just before the two-minute warning when Rams linebacker Alec Ogletree tackled Gaints wide receiver Odell Beckham out of bounds. Giants punter Steve Weatherford restrained Beckham..." December 22
ESPN.com "Giants rookie sensation Odell Beckham Jr. has gone from having dinner with LeBron James this month to communicating with Michael Jordan. Over the past week, Beckham and Jordan have been exchanging texts, with the idea to continue corresponding, sources told ESPN. Just as Beckham reached out..." December 21
Newark Star-Ledger "Whenever the Giants head coaching job does become available, expect a line wrapping around the corner. And expect some of the biggest names in the profession linked to the opening. That's because the Giants coaching job is the "gold standard" of the entire profession, according to NFL Network..." December 20
Newark Star-Ledger "For the third straight day, Giants running back Rashad Jennings was unable to practice Friday because of an ankle injury. He was officially ruled out for Sunday's game in St. Louis. The Giants only other player on this week's injury report was linebacker Jameel McClain (knee). He is expected to..." December 19
New York Post "No Giant has ever won NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year. Odell Beckham Jr. could change that, and even take a huge step toward that end Sunday in St. Louis. “It’s always in the back of your mind. But right now, honestly, just finish out the last couple of games and whatever happens, happens. You..." December 19
All #giants at practice except for Rashad Jennings
New York Post "Other than the issues, Tom Coughlin says he has no issues with Rueben Randle. The third-year receiver has been benched for the entire first quarter in two of the past three games. He sat in Jacksonville because he was late for a team meeting and sat last week against the Redskins for an..." December 18
New York Daily News "Ever since the spring, Eli Manning has worked to learn Ben McAdoo’s offense, but with two games to go in 2014, the two-time Super Bowl MVP says he still doesn’t have it totally down. “There’s definitely room for improvement,” Manning said Wednesday. “There’s still some mistakes, there’s calls I..." December 18
New York Post "Everyone is enthralled with Odell Beckham Jr. Victor Cruz, recovering from knee surgery, is looking forward to lining up with him. “He’s such a brilliant talent,’’ Cruz said while appearing with Beckham on “Rachael Ray,’’ in an episode to be aired Wednesday morning. “I’m happy he’s on our..." December 17
New York Daily News "Leave it to Eli Manning to keep Odell Beckham Jr. focused. During his weekly paid radio spot on WFAN, the Giants quarterback called Beckham a very “natural” pass-catcher, and added he’s “pretty savvy in his route-running and disciplined in his routes.” But Manning quickly added that Beckham..." December 16
Tom Coughlin on RB Rashad Jennings' ankle injury: "Whether or not we're all the way back to Square 1, I don't know that."
New York Post "The odds of Tom Coughlin returning to coach the 2015 Giants have skyrocketed dramatically. So dramatically, in fact, The Post has learned the Giants are leaning strongly towards bringing him back next season for one last Super Bowl run. How strongly? “99.9 percent he’s back,” a source..." December 15
SI.com "It took about two hours on Wednesday morning, in a hotel ballroom, for the NFL’s new personal conduct policy to be presented and ratified at the winter league meetings. This wasn’t a forum for much debate, but rather, a chance for the league to explain the roles everyone will play regarding..." December 12
New York Daily News "Leave it to Antrel Rolle to botch the perfect teaching moment for the Giants’ young prospects. Meet the current vocal leader of your 4-9 Giants, and a soon-to-be free agent GM Jerry Reese should think twice about retaining next season. No-nonsense coach Tom Coughlin made it pretty clear that..." December 11
New York Post "Without saying a word, after less than one season to study the subject, Rashad Jennings — in a display of physical comedy — does a wonderful impersonation of Eli Manning’s subtle but ever-present shoulder shrug after he shakes off a hit on the quarterback. “His little thing he does,’’ Jennings..." December 11
Covers.com "The NFL salary cap is projected to be $138.6 million in 2015, a 4.21 percent increase over this year's $133 million. The projection was revealed to NFL owners at their meeting in Irving, Texas. That number could rise as high as $141 million, two team executives told USA Today. Last year,..." December 11
SB Nation "Roger Goodell announced a new personal conduct policy at the NFL owners meetings Wednesday. The new policy will make several changes to how policy violations are handled. For example, accused players are expected to immediately be placed on paid leave after they have been charged. In addition, the..." December 10
Newark Star-Ledger "How do you say touchdown in German? Markus Kuhn! Just as the Giants scripted it, backup defensive tackle scored the team's first non-offensive touchdown of the season, a 26-yard fumble recovery in the first quarter of the team's 36-7 blowout victory over the Tennessee Titans. Kuhn's big play..." December 08