New York Giants: Schwartz Retirement Highlights A Football Life

This season, Geoff Schwartz should be completing the four-year deal he signed in 2014. Instead he is walking away from the NFL, with a heavy emphasis on “walking.” The New York Giants signed Schwartz away from the Kansas City Chiefs to help solidify their offensive line (sound familiar?). The veteran lineman did not make it […] New York Giants: Schwartz Retirement Highlights...
Via G-Men Headquarters
47 minutes ago

Giants full 2017 Daft order is set

The order for the Giants' seven picks in the 2017 NFL Draft have been finalized:Now that the compensatory choices have been awarded, the full 2017 NFL Draft order is set. NEWS ...
59 minutes ago

Giants 2017 free agency outlook: Tight end

The Giants need to make an upgrade at tight end. Watch video NFL free agency begins on March 9. The Giants, who currently have approximately $31.5 million in salary cap space, figure to be players in free agency as they attempt to fill some of the holes on their roster. We're going to take a position-by-position look at how the...
1 hour ago

Five things to know, 2/27: The Combine is coming, and more Giants’ news

What you need to know to get your week started Good morning, New York Giants fans! Here are five things you need to know to get your week started the right way. The Combine’s coming! The 2017 NFL Scouting Combine begins this week. On-field action runs from Friday thru Monday, but there will be plenty happening before then. We will have a complete preview a bit later, and lots...
Via Big Blue View
3 hours ago

New York Giants: Revisiting Landon Collins’ Unforgettable 2016 Season

New York Giants safety Landon Collins had a season for the ages in 2016. What was it that made his performance so special? When Jerry Reese selected Landon Collins at No. 33 overall in the 2015 NFL Draft, skepticism immediately arose. Though Collins was a star in college, he was viewed as positionally ambiguous and a questionable […] New York Giants: Revisiting Landon Collins’...
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3 hours ago

4 New York Giants Described With Emojis

You know the offseason has hit a low point when I’m writing an article like this. Let’s not waste any time – here are four New York Giants and the emoji that best fits them. 4. Janoris Jenkins Considering Janoris Jenkins’ nickname is “Jackrabbit,” this is a pretty straight forward emoji. In his first season with the Giants, Jenkins was an All-Pro for the first time in...
Via Big Blue Unbiased
12 hours ago

New York Giants: Early Mock NFL Drafts Lack Context

Like every other NFL team, the New York Giants have roster needs. As the scribes go through their yearly ritual called the “mock draft”, these exercises lack context because they occur before free agency. This week, several analysts had their New York Giants mock draft selections released through the team’s website. At this point, perhaps […] New York Giants: Early Mock NFL...
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14 hours ago

New York Giants: Running Back Latavius Murray Will Test Free Agency

According to ESPN’s Josina Anderson, Oakland Raiders running back Latavius Murray will test the free agent market this March. Murray, who has spent all four of his NFL seasons with the Oakland Raiders, rushed for a career-high 12 touchdowns last season. With the New York Giants clearly in the market for a running back after releasing veteran Rashad Jennings, Murray is a name to...
Via Big Blue Unbiased
15 hours ago

New York Giants: GM Jerry Reese Free Agent Options at CB

  By Michael Stewart CB-Logan Ryan (25) New England: Ryan could be a reach here as he had an outstanding season in 2016 which included: 92 tackles, 11 passes defended and 2 INTS. His overall play could elevate his status and thus his demand that could be a little too much for Reese to consider. Regardless; I’ve included Ryan for the simple fact that he is a solid one on one CB...
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16 hours ago

4 Roster Cuts That Would Save The New York Giants Over $10 Million In Cap Space

At the moment, the New York Giants have (approximately) more than $30 million in cap space. But with Jason Pierre-Paul and Johnathan Hankins set to become free agents, and other needs to be met on both sides of the ball, that moola could be gone real quick. Luckily, the organization can save more than $10 million in cap space by cutting four guys that aren’t vital to next year’s...
Via Big Blue Unbiased
21 hours ago

Reviewing how the Giants rookies performed in the 2016 NFL Combine

A look back at how the Giants fared in last year's scouting showcase.
1 day ago

Fact or Fiction: NFL Combine Predictions

Giants writers debate the key aspects of the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine: Tight end is the position to watch at the NFL Scouting Combine. NEWS > Giants re-sign Zak DeOssie > ...
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New York Giants won’t have compensatory picks in the 2017 NFL Draft

It’s not a surprise, but the Giants won’t be getting any extra draft picks It had been expected for some time, but it was confirmed Friday afternoon that the New York Giants would not be getting any compensatory picks in the 2017 NFL Draft. The NFL distributes 32 comp picks to the teams that suffered the greatest net loss in free agency the year before. In other words, if a...
Via Big Blue View
2 days ago

Long snapper Zak DeOssie re-signs with New York Giants

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) Long snapper Zak DeOssie will be back with the New York Giants for an 11th season. The Giants announced Friday that the team's second longest-tenured player has signed a new contract. The 33-year-old DeOssie, who could have become a free agent, and quarterback Eli Manning are the only active Giants who played with the teams that won Super Bowls after...
Via Associated Press
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Report: Giants will be ‘aggressive’ in trying to sign Jason Pierre-Paul

The New York Giants are going to have to pay big bucks to keep Jason Pierre-Paul around, and early indications are that they are willing to do that.Ralph Vacchiano of SNY said this week that the Giants are planning to be “aggressive” in trying to sign Pierre-Paul to an extension. However, they may run into some issues with the salary cap, as they already have two defensive linemen...
Via Larry Brown Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Zak DeOssie signing: New York Giants re-sign long snapper

DeOssie reportedly signs two-year deal Eli Manning is apparently going to have at least one other old guy to keep him company in the New York Giants’ locker room next season. Long snapper Zak DeOssie, the only other remaining Giants from both the 2007 and 2011 Super Bowl teams, is reportedly being brought back on a two-year contract. The news was first reported by Aaron Wilson...
Via Big Blue View
2 days ago

TGS Offseason Preview: New York Giants

Between now and the start of the new league year in March, TGS is providing brief summaries looking ahead at the offseason from the perspective of each NFL team. In this edition, we look at the New York Giants. 2016 record: 11-5 — 2nd place, NFC East What’s new? They’re coming off a playoff appearance for the first time in half a decade. Projected salary cap space: $32 million...
Via This Given Sunday
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Giants think they’ll get 2-3 more years from Eli Manning

The era of at least one Manning brother playing in the NFL should complete its second decade, but it won’t last much longer than that.Peyton Manning’s career lasted from 1998 to 2015, and the Giants expect Eli Manning to give them two or three more quality seasons, according to Bob Glauber of Newsday via Pro Football Talk.Glauber said the Giants have begun to think about a post...
Via The Sports Daily
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Victor Cruz visiting with Panthers

The Carolina Panthers’ receiving corps has been one of their biggest obstacles for a few years now. To help solve the problem, GM Dave Gettleman is meeting with former New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz, according to Black and Blue Review and Mike Garofolo.Gettleman, who worked in the Giants’ front office when Cruz helped lead them to a Super Bowl XLVI victory, should...
Via Sportsnaut
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Giants could use franchise tag on Jason Pierre-Paul

Jason Pierre-Paul proved last season that he is still capable of being a difference maker even after a fireworks mishap cost him a portion of his hand, and his impressive play could make it difficult for the New York Giants to sign him long-term. But do they have to?Jordan Ranaan of speculates that the chances of Pierre-Paul returning to the Giants in 2017 are around 70...
Via Larry Brown Sports
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Could Victor Cruz return to the New York Giants?

The New York Giants released wide receiver Victor Cruz, but there is a chance that he could return. By releasing Cruz, the Giants saved $7.5 million in salary cap space. This move by New York was the correct one based on salary, age, and production from Cruz. In 2017, he caught 39 passes for 586 yards and one touchdown. This was his first full season since sitting out a year and...
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Adrian Peterson seems to really want to play for the Giants

It’s no secret Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson might don different colors before the start of next season. Peterson isn’t exactly making it a secret either, not when openly praising a team like the New York Giants for making moves. The veteran running back took to Twitter to talk about the Giants: This normally wouldn’t be too big of a deal, yet two reasons stick...
Via The Sports Daily
11 days ago  |  Discuss

New York state senator pitches bill to make baseball official sport of New York

The push is on to make baseball the first official sport of the state of New York. Because some legislators don’t have enough on their political plates these days, one state senator is proposing a bill that would certify baseball as “New York’s official state sport.” The bill was introduced recently by Sen. James Seward, a Republican representing Cooperstown. Cooperstown...
Via The Comeback
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Adrian Peterson raises eyebrows with tweet about Giants

Adrian Peterson probably raised a few eyebrows Wednesday evening by shooting off an arguably cryptic tweet about the New York Giants.The Minnesota Vikings running back took to social media to muse upon the “interesting moves” the Giants have been making this offseason. Peterson, 31, is unlikely at this stage to return to the Vikings next season, at least with the current $18...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Broncos have not discussed adding Victor Cruz

Once the New York Giants moved on from former Pro Bowl receiver Victor Cruz earlier this week, it didn’t take long for reports to surface that the Denver Broncos might be interested in his services. In fact, one report suggested they were working on a meeting (more on that here).It made some sense. With Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders performing well on the outside, adding...
Via Sportsnaut
11 days ago  |  Discuss

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