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  • Giants TE Evan Engram Week To Week With MCL Sprain

    NFL Trade Rumors "Adam Schefter reports that Giants TE Evan Engram sprained his MCL and will be considered week to week moving forward. Overall, this is good news for Engram, who could have missed more time had he suffered other damage to his knee. Engram, 24, is a former..." September 24

  • Giants coach Pat Shurmur better learn to dish up some real talk or he'll wind up another McAdoo

    New York Daily News "Pat Shurmur would have been better off feeding media whale Mike (Sports Pope) Francesa a few spontaneous, substantive answers rather than sticking to coach-speak script during his recent weekly WFAN interview. The spot was similar to the sessions Shurmur holds with boss scribes who..." September 23

  • Evan Engram ruled out from Week 3 (knee) after taking a low hit

    247 Sports "Evan Engram took a vicious low hit from Houston Texans safety Kareem Jackson who dove low at the end of the New York Giants tight ends' 19-yard reception off the play-action pass by quarterback Eli Manning for a first down. Engram did not return to the..." September 23

  • Giants owner John Mara not shocked by criticism toward Eli Manning

    Clutch Points "The New York Giants have gotten to a slow start of the 2018 season dropping the first two games of the season, which has pushed much criticism in the direction of quarterback Eli Manning for the team’s shortcomings. In response to that, Giants co-owner John Mara has voiced that..." September 23

  • Giants benching Ereck Flowers for Chad Wheeler

    Big Blue View "Ereck Flowers is reportedly being benched by the New York Giants for Sunday’s game against the Houston Texans, with Chad Wheeler expected to start at right tackle this afternoon. The Giants’ offensive line has struggled in two games, giving up eight sacks. Flowers allowed..." September 23

  • Texans defense preparing for Giants rookie running back Saquon Barkley

    USA Today "Since being selected second overall by the New York Giants, rookie running back Saquon Barkley has been one of the more polarized faces in the NFL thus season. The Houston Texans defense has taken notice as they prepare for their match up with the 21-year old come Sunday..." September 22

  • Odell Beckham running Philly Special? Saquon Barkley returning kicks? Giants could pull out all stops vs. Texans

    New York Daily News "Pat Shurmur must put everything on the table in his offensive game plan this week against the Houston Texans, and that means being unpredictable and aggressive and bullish about involving his best players, Odell Beckham Jr. and Saquon Barkley, smartly and effectively. That idea leads..." September 22

  • John Mara not surprised by early criticism of Eli Manning

    New York Post "Two games, no matter how disappointing or demoralizing, haven’t caused Giants co-owner John Mara to question the decision to stick with Eli Manning — at least not in public. He also isn’t surprised the two-time Super Bowl-winning quarterback is facing heat. “So..." September 22

  • New York Giants: Janoris Jenkins Will Shadow DeAndre Hopkins (Report)

    Big Blue Unbiased "According to ESPN’s Jordan Raanan, expect for Giants corner Janoris Jenkins to “shadow” Texans wideout DeAndre Hopkins on Sunday. Raanan adds that Jenkins will likely “follow” Hopkins wherever he goes on the field. Which is something Giants..." September 21

  • Olivier Vernon, Eli Apple out for Giants Sunday vs. Houston Texans

    Big Blue View "The New York Giants will be without two key defensive players Sunday against the Houston Texans. Linebacker Olivier Vernon (ankle) and cornerback Eli Apple (groin) have been ruled out. Vernon has yet to play this season after suffering his ankle..." September 21

  • Odell Beckham Jr. baffled by ineptitude of Giants offense

    Sportress of Blogitude "Odell Beckham Jr. on Thursday claimed he cannot remember the last time he won a football game. Injuries of course have kept Beckham out of a lot of games last season, some of which the New York Giants actually won during an awful 3-13 campaign. A good place to start in explaining why..." September 20

  • Odell Beckham pissed over ‘random’ NFL drug testing

    New York Post "Odell Beckham Jr. has a bone to pick with the NFL. Thursday morning, the lightning-rod receiver griped on Twitter about the league’s “random” PED testing. “Walkin in today to my 997,546 ”’RANDOM”’ PED drug test today...." September 20

  • When players went on strike for better benefits, Eric Dickerson undermined them

    Pro Football Talk "Eric Dickerson is now speaking out for the idea that Hall of Fame players should be paid $300,000 a year in retirement. But when Dickerson was an active player, supporting the retired players was not his concern. In 1987, the NFL players went on strike, and among the key pieces of..." September 20

  • Giants Claim Former Vikings WR Stacy Coley

    Pro Football Rumors "Vikings wide receiver Stacy Coley was claimed off waivers by the Giants, Ian Rapoport of tweets. Coley was waived by the Vikings on Tuesday and the Giants, using their high waiver priority, jumped at the chance to add him to the roster. Giants coach Pat Shurmur is..." September 19

  • Eric Dickerson: NFL should pay each Hall of Famer $300,000 a year

    Pro Football Talk "When Eric Dickerson released a statement calling for an annual salary for Hall of Famers, he didn’t say what that salary should be. But now he has given a dollar amount of $300,000 annually. “If it was up to me, I think every Hall of Famer would get about..." September 19

  • Giants Sign Elijhaa Penny

    Pro Football Rumors "The Giants are signing fullback Elijhaa Penny off the Cardinals’ practice squad, a source tells Jordan Raanan of (on Twitter). The move comes after Giants fullback Shane Smithstruggled badly on Sunday night, so Smith’s time with the G-Men could be coming..." September 18

  • Group of NFL Hall of Famers demands an annual salary and health benefits

    Pro Football Talk "A group of Pro Football Hall of Famers are arguing that every member of the Hall of Fame should be paid an annual salary and given health insurance. In a letter sent to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, NFL Players Association Executive Director DeMaurice Smith, and Pro..." September 18

  • The Giants are ruining what’s left of Eli Manning

    New York Post "The whole idea, the Big Blueprint from the very top of the franchise, was to win now with Eli Manning. It was an organizational strategy steeped in romance and nostalgia and more than hope: Shore up the offensive line, get your 37-year-old quarterback a generational running back, and..." September 18

  • Giants' Jon Halapio out for the season with a broken ankle

    Newark Star-Ledger "Things just went from bad to worse for a Giants' offensive line that allowed six sacks and eight quarterback hits against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday night.  Center Jon Halapio, who was decidedly the Giants' most efficient offensive lineman through..." September 17

  • Odell Beckham Jr. is made an afterthought as Giants' star WR goes almost a full quarter without a target

    New York Daily News "The Giants paid Odell Beckham Jr. $90 million on a contract extension and allowed the Dallas Cowboys to scheme him into an afterthought two weeks into the season in a prime time game. Beckham incomprehensibly went almost a full quarter of the Giants’ 20-13 loss without a target..." September 17

  • Giants offensive line somehow was even worse than it looked

    New York Post "Ereck Flowers has some company. The Giants’ right tackle had a brutal Week 1 but he wasn’t alone in his misery Sunday as the entire offensive line had another night to forget in a 20-13 loss to the Cowboys at AT&T Stadium. The Cowboys mauled the line for six..." September 17

  • Yannick Ngakoue, Ereck Flowers fined for Week One infractions

    Pro Football Talk "One look at the picture accompanying this post is probably enough to understand why Jaguars defensive end Yannick Ngakoue received a fine from the league this week. Ngakoue was penalized for grabbing Giants rookie running back Yannick Ngakoue’s facemask and holding on long..." September 15

  • Alec Ogletree already has Giants defense on the same page

    New York Post "The film was familiar, yet foreign. There were routes Alec Ogletree remembered. There were schemes he had seen. It was the fourth time Ogletree had prepared to face the Cowboys. But it was the first time in eight years the Giants linebacker had seen Dallas’ offense operating..." September 15

  • Giants' Olivier Vernon officially ruled out for Sunday night's showdown vs. Cowboys

    New York Daily News "Olivier Vernon (high ankle sprain) will miss a second straight game to open the Giants’ season. Vernon, the team’s top edge rusher and run stopper, officially was ruled out on Friday afternoon for Sunday night’s NFC East showdown at Dallas between the Giants (0-1)..." September 14

  • Dak Prescott to Landon Collins: “Challenge accepted”

    Pro Football Talk "Giants safety Landon Collins said he meant no disrespect when he said the Giants “really just have to focus on stopping Zeke.” Indeed, Collins was just stating the obvious about Ezekiel Elliott and the Cowboys offense. The Cowboys are 10-2 when Elliott rushes for..." September 13

  • NFL experts: Giants 'can't keep playing' Ereck Flowers, 'very naive' to expect big changes

    Newark Star-Ledger "Like many other kinds of flowers, Ereck Flowers seems to blossom in the spring and wilt in the fall and winter. Even with a new coaching staff in place, the Giants spent most of a second straight offseason publicly building up Flowers' confidence with praise..." September 13

  • Did Giants make mistake in passing up Sam Darnold? Only Eli Manning can end narrative

    USA Today "Two signature moments of New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning's career — both literally and figuratively — have come in road victories at Dallas. He was superb in leading the Giants' 33-31 triumph nine years ago in the grand opening..." September 13

  • Alabama had an NFL-high 44 players on Week One rosters

    Pro Football Talk "Alabama has been the top program in college football in recent years, so it’s unsurprising that the Crimson Tide have put more players into the NFL than any other college team. Alabama had 44 players on Week One rosters, the most of any college. After Alabama were a..." September 13

  • Giants OLB Oliver Vernon returning to practice on Wednesday

    SNY TV "Giants OLB Olivier Vernon will return to practice on Wednesday, coach Pat Shurmur said on WFAN. Vernon missed the team's season opener against the Jaguars with a sprained ankle. "He'll be out there this week," Shurmur said on WFAN. "He's..." September 12

  • Did Giants make mistake in passing up Sam Darnold? Only Eli Manning can end narrative

    USA Today "Two signature moments of New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning's career — both literally and figuratively — have come in road victories at Dallas. He was superb in leading the Giants' 33-31 triumph nine years ago in the grand opening..." September 12

  • Giants safety: Dak Prescott throwing means ‘better chance of winning’

    Larry Brown Sports "The New York Giants feel pretty good about being able to stop Dak Prescott. At least, that’s the take from Giants safety Landon Collins. Collins said Wednesday that the team is putting a lot of importance on stopping Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott in Sunday night’s..." September 12

  • Victor Cruz wants to retire a member of the Giants: 'I do plan on making it happen'

    New York Daily News "Victor Cruz wants to salsa dance his way back to East Rutherford and retire a Giant. “I do plan on reaching out and going there and making it happen for sure,” Cruz told the Daily News on Tuesday of his intentions to sign a traditional one-day contract with Big Blue...." September 12

  • Giants’ Eli Apple nightmare has quietly ended

    New York Post "This was the next step, proving the talk was more than hot air. It’s easy to act more mature and seem improved in the summer, before the games begin to count, before adversity strikes. So on Sunday afternoon, Giants cornerback Eli Apple truly began to make his way back from his..." September 12

  • Giants Hall of Famer Michael Strahan admits he would kneel during anthem

    SNY TV "Former Giants DE and Hall of Famer Michael Strahan never had the thought to kneel during the national anthem during his playing days. But, with that narrative in the league today, he does have an idea as to what he would do if he still strapped on his pads.  Making an..." September 11

  • The Giants’ most frustrating player got exposed — again

    New York Post "From the “you-can’t-make-this-up” department: On the Giants’ first offensive play of the season … Ereck Flowers was called for a tripping penalty. On the Giants’ third 2018 offensive play from scrimmage … Flowers was called for a holding..." September 10

  • Ereck Flowers isn’t losing sleep over criticism

    Pro Football Talk "Ereck Flowers heard a lot of criticism while playing left tackle for the Giants last season and the team moved the former first-round pick to the right side of the line this year after signing Nate Solder as a free agent. The first outing in his new spot led to more criticism. Flowers..." September 10

  • Jalen Ramsey Responds to Folks Who Say OBJ Bested Him in Week 1

    Complex "Odell Beckham may have taken the high road this past week in refraining from talking trash to Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey prior to their highly anticipated Week 1 matchup. But that doesn't mean Giants fans followed that lead. We guess it's good they could find a silver lining..." September 10

  • One helmet rule penalty was called through 14 games "The offseason angst over the revised helmet-to-helmet hitting policy slowed to a sputter as real games began. Through 14 regular season games -- with two Monday night tilts to be played -- referees penalized one player for a use of helmet foul, per league..." September 10

  • Eli Manning's offense is better but the Giants' problems are all too familiar

    Newark Star-Ledger "For the quarterback of an offense that produced as many touchdowns for the opposition as it did for his own team, Eli Manning seemed plenty pleased. And it wasn't just because he was still capable of standing on his own two feet despite his offensive line's -- and we're..." September 10

  • Tom Coughlin likely to face wave of emotion in return to MetLife Stadium

    Newsday "There will always be a part of Tom Coughlin that bears the scars of what happened in early January 2016. When you are a man as driven and as competitive as Coughlin, even at age 69, you don’t walk away without some hurt. Especially when it’s not your decision. Coughlin has..." September 09

  • Giants rookie Lorenzo Carter could start in place of Olivier Vernon "With Giants outside linebacker Olivier Vernon ruled out for Sunday's game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, third-round rookie Lorenzo Carter could be in line both to start and play a significant amount of snaps in his NFL debut.  However, after appearing in a..." September 08

  • Lindsey Pelas 'If Odell Beckham Slid Into My DMs ... I'd Listen'

    TMZ "Just when you thought Odell Beckham Jr.'s 2018 could not get ANY better ... super hot Instagram model Lindsey Pelas has invited OBJ to one of the most wondrous, mystical places in the world ... her DMs. Little backstory ... Lindsey is from Baton Rouge, Louisiana and went to LSU at..." September 08

  • Giants Pick Up $3M Of Cap Room By Reworking CB Janoris Jenkins’ Contract

    NFL Trade Rumors "Field Yates of ESPN reports that the Giants picked up $3 million of cap space by restructuring the contract of CB Janoris Jenkins. According to Yates, the Giants specifically converted $4.5 million of Jenkins’ 2018 base salary into a proratable bonus, which produced..." September 07

  • Giants' Vernon continues to stay off practice field ahead of Week 1

    SNY TV "Giants OLB Olivier Vernon was a non-participant at practice yet again on Thursday, as he continues to deal with his high left ankle sprain.  Vernon told the Daily News' Pat Leonard on Wednesday that he "feels better than last week," but has yet..." September 07

  • Saquon Barkley and his big NY Giants debut: 'Put him on the football field, just watch'

    USA Today "Saquon Barkley has been called a lot of things by a lot of people since the New York Giants selected him second overall in the 2018 NFL Draft. Not only did Giants co-owner and team president John Mara say the former Penn State star running back is the franchise's most..." September 07

  • Trump continues crusade against Nike amid ‘Just Do It’ campaign

    New York Post "President Trump on Friday morning took a swipe at Nike, which aired its highly anticipated ad featuring Colin Kaepernick during the NFL season opener the night before. “What was Nike thinking?” the president wondered on Twitter shortly before 7..." September 07

  • Giants ST coach Thomas McGaughey going through cancer treatments

    Pro Football Talk "Giants special teams coach Thomas McGaughey announced on Thursday that he was diagnosed with cancer this offseason. McGaughey, who was hired as part of Pat Shurmur’s staff in January, said on Thursday, via multiple reporters, that he is undergoing chemotherapy as part of the..." September 06

  • Giants' Evan Engram (concussion) cleared "New York Giants tight end Evan Engram is ready to roll. Coach Pat Shurmur announced Wednesday that Engram is out of concussion protocol, and he will take off the red non-contact jersey. Engram suffered a concussion in the Giants' third preseason tilt..." September 05

  • Odell Beckham Jr. says he won't let Jalen Ramsey get into his head

    ESPN "Cornerback Jalen Ramsey tries to get into the heads of opposing receivers. That's a consistent component to his game. Odell Beckham Jr. insists it won't happen on Sunday, when the New York Giants host the Jacksonville Jaguars in their season opener. "I think I..." September 05

  • NFL projected to make more than $2 billion a year from legalized gambling

    Larry Brown Sports "The NFL has long been resistant to the idea of legalized sports wagering — at least when making statements in public. But privately, team owners and league executives must be licking their chops. ESPN’s Darren Rovell on Wednesday shared some of the results of a poll..." September 05