Newsday "Justin Pugh was so sick of hearing about J.J. Watt that by the time he actually faced the Texans' All-Pro defensive end, his head was spinning -- and he allowed a sack. It was an inauspicious beginning for the second-year right tackle's day against Watt, but it turned out to be one of the few..." September 22
CBSSports.com "Texans running back Arian Foster was limited in practice all week with a hamstring injury and is viewed as a longshot to play today against the Giants, NFL Network reported Sunday morning. In the event he is inactive, rookie running back Alfred Blue is expected to see a lot of work with tailback..." September 21
New York Daily News "The Giants are taking a careful, watchful approach to Jon Beason’s foot/toe injury, holding the middle linebacker out of Sunday's game, even with the team looking at a 0-3 start with a loss to Houston. Giants coach Tom Coughlin disclosed the news following practice on Friday, a session that..." September 20
New York Post "Tiki Barber has not been shy about criticizing the Giants in the past, and this is certainly a team that is ripe for a ripping. However, the Giants all-time leading rusher sees some hope for this 0-2 team. But first, the Giants have to find a way to survive an offensive malaise that probably..." September 19
NFL.com "The struggling New York Giants have a fresh reason to push for first-round draft pick Odell Beckham's return from a nagging hamstring injury. The team announced Tuesday that wide receiver Jerrel Jernigan has been placed on season-ending injured reserve with a dreaded mid-foot sprain. He will..." September 17
ThePostGame.com "While there are still many questions to be answered as the NFL investigates its handling of Ray Rice's assault case, there are already a handful of prominent voices calling for commissioner Roger Goodell to step down and an intriguing candidate to take his place. U.S. Senator Kirsten..." September 16
Big Blue View "New York Giants safety Antrel Rolle is always good for some quotes when he makes his weekly appearance on WFAN Radio. With the Giants at 0-2, today was no exception. Here, via Twitter, is some of what Rolle said. " September 16
New York Daily News "For all the discussion about whether Eli Manning is in decline or a good fit for the West Coast offense, he sure did look good on Sunday when everything was working right. Tom Coughlin saw that too, which is why he had this message for Manning’s teammates: How about giving him a little..." September 16
Arizona Republic "If Cardinals coach Bruce Arians were to hand out authentic leather game balls to every player who deserved one after the Cardinals 25-14 victory over the Giants on Sunday, the replacement order would make cows nervous and the folks at Wilson busy. There was quarterback Drew Stanton, who hadn't..." September 15
Newark Star-Ledger "It's not what you want to hear when your team just fell to 0-2 and showed some of the same fatal flaws that doomed them the previous season. Still, it happened. Quarterback Eli Manning made the statement that this version of the Giants is improved upon last year's crew, which began the season..." September 15
SNY TV "Pro Football Talk is reporting that CB Walter Thurmond has a torn pectoral muscle and will miss the remainder of the season (PFT, Sept. 15). Thurmond will have surgery this week. He pulled himself from Sunday’s loss to the Cardinals in the second half." September 15
Giants CB Walter Thurmond has strained pec, per league source. MRI on Monday to determine extent of damage.
Newark Star-Ledger "Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie used to get yelled at by his mother and grandmother all the time for quitting things. When he was in midget football, he'd get yanked by his coach for dancing after a two-yard gain. So when Rodgers-Cromartie signed a five-year deal with the Giants, he was naturally..." September 14
Late week workouts for the Giants included, per source: QB Tahj Boyd, QB Pat Devlin, WR Mark Harrison, WR BJ Cunningham & DE Caesar Rayford.
New York Post "Damontre Moore went from the Giants’ sacks leader and best pass-rusher in the preseason to forgotten man in Monday’s 35-14 season-opening loss. He got just 10 snaps in Detroit, a glaring lack of playing time that had even Tom Coughlin befuddled and deflecting questions to his defensive..." September 12
Newark Star-Ledger "Eli Manning is 33 years old now and is coming off a season where he threw a career-high 27 interceptions. On Monday against the Lions, he threw two more and now has multiple interceptions in three of his last five games. There were only three games without a Manning turnover last year. So is..." September 11
Pro Football Talk "Giants co-owner John Mara might not have liked the way the Ray Rice case was handled initially, but he has no problems with the job NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is doing now. Mara issued a statement which followed the league’s position that efforts were made to obtain the video of the former..." September 10
New York Daily News "Victor Cruz has a simple solution to fix the Giants’ stagnant offense: Get him the damn ball. “I think in order for us to be successful, there needs to be an increased number of targets in my direction,” Cruz said Tuesday. “And in other playmakers’ directions. Just like Rueben Randle as well,..." September 10
ThePostGame.com "This NFL season has kicked off with more fanfare than ever before, and excitement for the sport isn't limited to the United States. For the first time in the league's history there will be three regular-season games played abroad, all of them at Wembley Stadium in London. The games will come on..." September 09
New York Times "Season-opening games can be symbolic and motivational. For the Giants, the idea was to use their visit to Ford Field to prove that this revamped team was new and different. Rebuilt and re-energized, the Giants wanted to expunge the embarrassment of last year’s lost season, a campaign most..." September 09
New York Daily News "Few people see the Giants as the favorites to win the NFC East. And then there’s Jason Pierre-Paul. The Giants defensive end said in an interview on Mad Dog Radio with Stephen A. Smith that he believes his squad will win the NFC East. He even cut off Smith’s question to blurt out the..." September 07
Newark Star-Ledger "Take care of today, prepare for tomorrow. It's how new Giants offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo lives. It's how he works. Talk to the hard-nosed Western Pennsylvanian for 10 minutes and it's obvious McAdoo is a grinder. He puts his head down, works and prepares. It's no wonder coach Tom..." September 06
ESPN.com "Jon Beason said all along that his goal was to be able to play by Week 1, and it looks like he will do just that. After being activated off the PUP list, the New York Giants middle linebacker practiced for the second day in a row Friday, and pronounced himself fit to go against the Lions on..." September 06
Giants working to sign OG Adam Snyder, formerly of the Niners, source says. Reps to be had with Geoff Schwartz sidelined.
Pro Football Rumors "10:56am: The Giants have confirmed the signing of Snyder in a press release. As expected, Schwartz was placed on the IR-designated to return list to make room on the active roster. 10:38am: The Giants will sign veteran offensive lineman Adam Snyder to help bolster their offensive line, reports..." September 03
New York Post "After what the Giants went through last season, Victor Cruz isn’t afraid to label this year’s season opener a must-win game. An ugly 0-6 start in 2013 all but guaranteed the Giants a second consecutive year without a playoff berth, which is why Cruz and others said Monday that it’s crucial Big..." September 02
Newark Star-Ledger "The way that veteran defensive end Mathias Kiwanuka sees it, the Giants had a good defense last season. They finished eighth in the NFL in total defense. With some new and healthy pieces, they should be improved this year. Better than eighth would make them one of the top defenses in the..." September 02
Source: OL Adam Gettis is scheduled to visit & workout for the NY #Giants on Tuesday.
Pro Football Talk "The arrival of Andre Williams in the 2014 draft helped squeeze 2013 seventh-round pick Michael Cox off of the Giants’ 53-man roster, but Cox won’t be far away should the Giants decide they want him back on Sundays this fall. Cox was one of seven players added to the team’s practice squad. Cox..." September 01
Will Odell Beckham practice this week? "I doubt that very much," Coughlin said. "He may be a couple, three weeks away."
New York Daily News "For all the justifiable concern about the miserable summer for the Giants’ offense, it’s been easy to forget what the franchise did during the offseason: Spent a ton of money with a majority of it going to the defense. That defense, led by what could be one of the best secondaries the Giants..." September 01
Pro Football Talk "The Giants cut some big names, but kept some young players who fit their mold of finding talent in unusual places. They were able to keep undrafted rookie wide receiver Corey Washington and defensive end Kerry Wynn, after explosive preseason performances. Washington had 10 catches for 155..." August 31
Coughlin: “Preston also has the PR/KR ability. Right now that’s very critical for us, because Odell Beckham was going to be the PR.” #giants
Pro Football Talk "The Giants brought back Super Bowl hero Mario Manningham this offseason after he spent two injury-plagued seasons in San Francisco, but he couldn’t stay healthy enough to make the club. According to multiple reports, the Giants will place Manningham on injured reserve on Saturday because of a..." August 30
Pro Football Talk "It’s still unclear who’ll emerge as the top tight end for the Giants this year. It’s becoming more clear who won’t. Kellen Davis is the latest to be release, joining Dickensian antagonist Xavier Grimble as former Giants tight ends. Davis had three catches for 12 yards in five preseason games...." August 30
Pro Football Talk "The Giants are working (slowly, painfully) on a new offense. And they’re only going to keep two quarterbacks to run it. According to NJ.com, quarterback Curtis Painter is among the early cuts for the Giants." August 30
Pro Football Talk "The Giants’ march to 53 includes a veteran defensive lineman who possibly is reaching the end of an intriguing road in professional football. Per a league source, veteran defensive lineman Israel Idonije has been cut by the Giants. He played at the University of Manitoba and wasn’t invited..." August 30
New York Post "The first pass of the night from Eli Manning was behind Rueben Randle, who could have made the catch, but did not. The second pass, aimed at Randle on the right side, looked as if the two had never met each other. “I thought, he thought, those kinds of things,’’ Tom Coughlin said with more than..." August 29
New York Post "The closest competition this summer was at fullback, where Henry Hynoski and John Conner battled for one roster spot. Hynoski appeared to have the edge heading into Friday night’s preseason finale but he didn’t make it out of the second quarter, leaving early with a shoulder injury in the Giants’..." August 29
As NYG cut roster to 53, I'm told it's likely -- but not certain -- they'll use short term IR on Geoff Schwartz. If so, return = Week 9.
John Jerry, the Giants' presumed starting LG, played 56 of the Giants' 63 offensive plays last night. Giants felt he needed the work.
New York Post "When Tom Coughlin describes Ryan Nassib, it’s not very exciting. But it is complimentary. “He works at it,’’ the Giants coach said of the second-year quarterback. “He’s a worker, a grinder and doesn’t have a lot of emotion, whether it be good or bad.’’ This was a big summer for Nassib,..." August 28
New York Post "Charles James is gone. And Antrel Rolle is not happy about it. The Giants on Tuesday trimmed 15 players off their roster to go from 90 players to 75, and the mild surprise was the departure of James, a 23-year-old cornerback who played in 12 games last season and was one of the most spirited..." August 27
New York Daily News "Injured Giants guard Geoff Schwartz got good news on Monday when he learned his toe injury was “just a minor setback” and that he may even be back sometime next month. Schwartz, who dislocated his right big toe on Friday night, will not even need surgery for his injury, according to the Giants...." August 27
NFL.com "Glory of glories: We have a kicker trade! The Denver Broncos have swung a deal with the New York Giants to acquire the undrafted Brandon McManus, per NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport, per a Broncos source. ESPN first reported the news. McManus was expected to be waived by Big Blue. Not wanting..." August 26
NFL.com "The Giants today made 15 transactions to reach the NFL roster limit of 75 players in advance of the 4 p.m. deadline. Two players were placed on injured reserve: safety Cooper Taylor, who injured the sesamoid bone in his left foot in Indianapolis on Aug. 16, and wide receiver Marcus Harris, who..." August 26
NFL.com "Giants guard Geoff Schwartz had his dislocated right big toe examined by Dr. Robert Anderson in Charlotte yesterday afternoon. Following the examination, it was determined that Schwartz will remain in a walking boot for approximately 7-10 days and then begin a rehabilitation program. After that,..." August 26
Yahoo! Sports "Sean Gilbert and DeMaurice Smith need to go at it, town-hall style battle-royale style in a debate. After all, these are the two men who could go head-to-head for the NFLPA executive director spot soon, even if the sitting executive director Smith has no plans of leaving his post. Gilbert, the..." August 26
Pro Football Talk "With an offense that may make the team’s kicker as underutilized as the Maytag repairman, the Giants nevertheless need to have at least one kicker on the roster. The Giants have entrusted that duty, for now, to veteran Josh Brown. Per a league source, rookie Brandon McManus will be..." August 26