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These 3 Giants will need to step up in 2017 | 10 thoughts after NFL owners meeting

After spending many hours walking around the Arizona Biltmore Hotel and talking to many of the Giants' key figures, including head coach Ben McAdoo and co-owners John Mara and Stev Tisch, here are 10 post-owners meeting Giants thoughts, including takeaways on defensive tackle Johnathan Hankins' free agency, Ereck Flowers' status as left tackle, three young Giants at a key...
Via NJ.com
2 hours ago

New York Giants news, 3/30: DeShone Kizer another QB option for Giants?

Report says OC Mike Sullivan watched his Pro Day Good morning, New York Giants fans! Here are a few Giants-related headlines to start your day. Add DeShone Kizer to QB list The Giants might select a quarterback in the 2017 NFL Draft. They might not. The only thing that appears certain is that they are doing their due diligence in checking out the 2017 quarterback class. NJ Advance...
Via Big Blue View
2 hours ago

WATCH: Why did Giants' Ben McAdoo give Boatgate new life?

McAdoo surprises by seeming to call out Odell Beckham Jr. and crew for going to Miami before playoff game. Watch video PHOENIX -- The Giants just can't seem to navigate these particular waters. Head coach Ben McAdoo, relatively unprovoked, dredged up Boatgate on Tuesday at the NFL owners meeting, hinting at displeasure with the...
Via NJ.com
3 hours ago

How Giants’ additions could fix their offensive predictability

PHOENIX — You knew what you were getting from the Giants on offense in 2016. They put three receivers on the field more often than any team in the NFL, with Odell Beckham Jr. and rookie Sterling Shepard logging nearly every snap and Victor Cruz, or another wide receiver, right behind. This is called “11...
Via New York Post
7 hours ago

New York Giants: Rhett Ellison ‘Is a Tight End’ (Report)

When the New York Giants signed Rhett Ellison in free agency, the expectation was that they had finally found their fullback – a position they played the 2016 season without. But after head coach Ben McAdoo met the media at the league meetings on Tuesday, we got a better understanding of what Ellison’s role might be moving forward. As stated in an article by ESPN’s Jordan Raanan...
Via Big Blue Unbiased
13 hours ago

New York Giants: Ereck Flowers Will Remain The Starting Left Tackle (Report)

According to ESPN’s Jordan Raanan, New York Giants head coach Ben McAdoo still has Ereck Flowers penciled in as the starting left tackle moving forward. Although this might scare the hell out of fans, what did you really expect? The team didn’t pursue Andrew Whitworth or Russell Okung, both of whom were the only upgrades on the open market, and the thought of drafting a left...
Via Big Blue Unbiased
14 hours ago

New York Giants Believe Geno Smith Could Be Eli Manning’s Successor

The New York Giants will need to find Eli Manning’s heir apparent sooner than most would like to admit. Could Geno Smith be the answer? The New York Giants are approaching a turning point that will redefine the organization. Eli Manning has been the NFL’s resident iron man for upwards of a decade, but his career […] New York Giants Believe Geno Smith Could Be Eli Manning...
Via G-Men Headquarters
20 hours ago

Giants coach Ben McAdoo only cares about wins, not points

McAdoo doesn't sound overly concerned about the offense's regression last season. Watch video PHOENIX -- Ben McAdoo the offensive play-caller made life more for Ben McAdoo the head coach last season. The Giants' offensive production plummeted in McAdoo's first season as head coach, but the team still managed to snap a four-year...
Via NJ.com
21 hours ago

NFL Draft Notebook: Pitt QB Nathan Peterman a fit for Giants?

Jaworski gives Peterman his stamp of approval Will the New York Giants select a quarterback in the 2017 NFL Draft? If so, at what point in the draft would they be willing to pick on a player they hope they won’t have to use for a few more seasons? The “never say never/we keep all our options open/we investigate everything” Giants have left themselves completely open on this...
Via Big Blue View
21 hours ago

Giants coach Ben McAdoo can see Geno Smith being Eli Manning's successor

Via FOX Sports
22 hours ago

New York Giants: ‘Never Say Never’ When It Comes To Signing Adrian Peterson (Report)

According to multiple sources, New York Giants head coach Ben McAdoo said “never say never” when it comes to the team potentially signing free agent running back Adrian Peterson. McAdoo uttered this at Tuesday’s NFL league meets in Phoenix, Arizona. The topic of Peterson and the Giants first gained steam when he admitted on ESPN that New York was one of three teams he’d like...
Via Big Blue Unbiased
1 day ago

Giants coach bans boat trips (without actually banning boat trips)

PHOENIX — Not once did Ben McAdoo mention the infamous boat trip, not a single time during his 50-minute media session Tuesday afternoon at the NFL Annual Meeting inside a conference room at the swanky Biltmore Hotel. McAdoo didn’t have to. It was clear what he was referring to as he laid down the law...
Via New York Post
1 day ago

Giants HC on adding Adrian Peterson: ‘Never say never’

Nearly three weeks into free agency, and running back Adrian Peterson remains unemployed. But his joblessness may not last for long.According to head coach Ben McAdoo, the New York Giants may very well have Peterson on their radar.McAdoo responded with “never say never” when asked directly about the idea of bringing Peterson to the squad. He elaborated a bit on Peterson’s...
Via Sportsnaut
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Ben McAdoo: Geno Smith could be Eli Manning’s eventual replacement

Sometimes it is all about reporting the news, rather than believing it. Therefore we bring this tidbit of information, straight from the lips of New York Giants head coach Ben McAdoo. The Giants signed Smith a couple of weeks into free agency as a backup to quarterback Eli Manning. Apparently, Smith is already being eyed as an eventual successor to Manning, though it is important...
Via Sportsnaut
1 day ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Derek Carr talks Raiders move, Brandon Marshall talks Odell Beckham Jr

It was a busy day at the NFL Owners Meetings, where it was announced that the Oakland Raiders would move to Las Vegas, New York Giants receiver Brandon Marshall discussed teaming up with Odell Beckham Jr, and Giants co-owner Steve Tisch addressed the future of Big Blue quarterback Eli Manning.
Via SNY
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Brandon Marshall talks about how he can help Odell Beckham

The New York Giants added a powerful weapon on offense when they signed veteran wide receiver Brandon Marshall. And It appears he and fellow wideout Odell Beckham Jr. are bonding quite nicely.So much so, that Marshall looks to be eager to subtly take on the role of a mentor to OBJ. Marshall is nine years Beckham’s senior and has had a colorful career filled with ups and downs over...
Via Sportsnaut
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Reporter: Giants 'would not go near' Adrian Peterson

The New York Giants seem like they are in need of backfield help after they released veteran running back Rashad Jennings, and there has been some speculation that they could kick the tires on Adrian Peterson. According to one reporter, there’s no chance of that happening.Gary Meyers of the New York Daily News wrote over the weekend that the Giants “would not go near” Peterson...
Via Larry Brown Sports
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Weekend news roundup: New York Giants

New York Giants ‘May Take Multiple Offensive Lineman’ In The Draft …According to James Kratch of NJ.com, the New York Giants “may take multiple offensive lineman” in the NFL Draft to try and piece together something somewhat .. 5 Giants who will have larger roles in 2017After a record spending spree a year ago, the New York Giants entered free agency in 2017 with limited...
Via 60 Max Power O
4 days ago  |  Discuss

The New York Giants remain active in Free Agency

After a busy St. Patrick’s Day that saw the New York Giants extend Jason Pierre-Paul, sign Josh Johnson, and reveal their desire to add Geno Smith, the team has continued to make headlines this week. Since the opening of the NFL season, the Giants had been active in the free agent market adding depth to their offensive line, and signing big name players such as JPP and Brandon...
Via isportsweb.com
6 days ago  |  Discuss

New York Giants: Breaking down a wild Friday

Friday morning, multiple reports surfaced pertaining to the New York Giants’ making three separate signings. At this point in free agency, three moves by the Giants in one morning makes for a hectic day. The team started by extending their franchise pass rusher, Jason Pierre-Paul, with a four-year deal, while also signing two backup quarterbacks. Overall, the team locked up an...
Via isportsweb.com
11 days ago  |  Discuss
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