GIANTS RUMORS & GOSSIP

Free Agents Gerald Hodges, Devin Taylor Visiting The New York Giants

According to multiple reports, free agents Gerald Hodges (LB) and Devin Taylor (DE) will be visiting the New York Giants. Taylor reportedly visited the team today; Hodges is expected to visit the team on Tuesday. Starting with Taylor, he’s played all four of his NFL seasons with the Detroit Lions, recording 15 sacks over that time frame. Last season, he registered the lowest Pro...
Via Big Blue Unbiased
9 minutes ago

OTA practice notes and observations (5/22)

Giants.com brings you an inside look at Monday's OTA Practice:  Organized team activities (OTAs) kicked off today and will continue for the next three weeks until mandatory minicamp wraps up the o...
Via Giants.com
2 hours ago

90-man roster: OT Michael Bowie giving NFL another shot

Former Seahawk hasn’t played since 2013 The fact that he is with the New York Giants at all is a comeback of sorts for offensive lineman Michael Bowie. He retired from the NFL last season after not having played a down since 2013 due to issues with his left shoulder. 2016 Season in Review Bowie was placed on the reserve/retired list by the Cleveland Browns in August. He was...
Via Big Blue View
2 hours ago

Standout players from OTA practice (5/22)

Three standout players from the Giants' first OTA practice of 2017:  On Monday, the New York Giants held their first of 10 organized team activities (OTAs) at the Quest Diagnostics Training Cente...
Via Giants.com
3 hours ago

Giants great Phil Simms selling Franklin Lakes estate: $8.25M (PHOTOS)

Simms, who recently lost his CBS broadcast booth job to Tony Romo, has lived in Franklin Lakes for nearly 20 years Phil Simms, the former Giants quarterback and CBS commentator recently replaced as lead color analyst by Tony Romo, is making another move: He's selling his estate on 20 private wood acres in Franklin Lakes.  Simms and his wife...
Via NJ.com
6 hours ago

Two new options in Giants’ search for defensive depth

The Giants are deep into their offseason program, with Monday the first of 10 scheduled Organized Team Activity practices. They added six players in the NFL Draft and nearly 20 more as undrafted free agents. This does not mean their roster is set. They will a look at linebacker Gerald Hodges on Tuesday, according to Pro...
Via New York Post
7 hours ago

Giants hosting DE Devin Taylor on free agent visit, report says

Lions castoff has 15 sacks in his four-year NFL career. The Giants' pass rush depth has been a quiet concern this offseason, and they may be in the market to address it further.  Former Lions defensive end Devin Taylor will make a free agent visit to the Giants on Monday, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Monday is the Giants' first day of...
Via NJ.com
8 hours ago

Cover 3: What to expect at OTA's?

Three Giants writers discuss their expectations as OTA's get underway: The New York Giants begin the final phase of the offseason workout program today with the first of 10 organized team activit...
Via Giants.com
8 hours ago

New York Giants news, 5/22: Justin Pugh in “driver’s seat”

Pugh’s contract, OTAs, more headlines New York Giants guard Justin Pugh is going to be paid handsomely after this season, and he knows it. Pugh recently told the New York Post that he is “sitting in the driver’s seat” when it comes to cashing in a big payday. Pugh is already making nice money. The Giants picked up the fifth-year option on their 2013 first-round pick, meaning...
Via Big Blue View
9 hours ago

Long snapper Zak DeOssie plans to play 'as long as the Giants will have me'

The 32-year-old signed a two-year contract to remain with the Giants this offseason. Zak DeOssie was the Giants' easiest free-agent negotiation this offseason. The team wanted to keep DeOssie and the long snapper had no desire to play anywhere else, so they agreed to a two-year, $2.315 million contract on Feb. 24, two weeks before he could...
Via NJ.com
10 hours ago

Giants to begin OTAs: Rookies, veterans can match up for first time

Today is first of 10 OTAs The New York Giants begin Phase Three of the offseason on Monday when they hold their first of 10 OTAs. This will mark the first time rookies mix with veteran players in anything approaching “live” football, as their will be segments of offense vs. defense, albeit in shorts with no contact allowed. Here are the complete rules that govern OTAs. Phase...
Via Big Blue View
10 hours ago

Can Odell Beckham Jr. of the New York Giants be the best wide receiver in the NFL?

The NFL currently has a surplus of high-end wide receivers with immense talent at the position throughout the league. Over the past years, Antonio Brown has secured the throne as the top wideout in the league, however; names like Odell Beckham Jr., Julio Jones, Mike Evans, A.J. Green and even Jordy Nelson tail closely and all credibly enter the debate for top guy. Odell Beckham Jr...
Via isportsweb.com
1 day ago  |  Discuss

New York Giants: Top 5 Position Battles in 2017

By Michael Stewart The 2017 New York Giants training camp should have some interesting battles at a few positions. GM Jerry Reese signed a number of free agents (on current roster and from other teams) in the off season to help improve the Giants overall talent. Reese also had 6 draft picks and signed 17 UDFA as well. So with all this activity, there should be a few positions that...
Via NY Giants Rush
1 day ago

Giants’ Justin Pugh has another sporting love

Football always has come easy to Justin Pugh. Golf? Not so much. Golf, for the Giants’ fifth-year left guard, has become as elusive as that attractive woman you continue to ask out without getting the response you’re hoping for. For Pugh, golf has become more than a recreational activity he does in his down time....
Via New York Post
1 day ago

The Latest On The New York Giants Potentially Signing a Left Tackle

According to James Kratch of NJ.com, the New York Giants “seem to be all-in” on having Ereck Flowers as their starting left tackle this season. I know, as most Giants fans read that, head shaking will certainly occur, as Flowers has been a trainwreck since entering the league. But things might be looking up for the youngster. According to Kim Jones of NFL Network, Flowers decided...
Via Big Blue Unbiased
1 day ago

New York Giants Sign Sixth-Round Pick Adam Bisnowaty

According to multiple reports, the New York Giants have agreed to a contract with sixth-round pick, Adam Bisnowaty. New York traded up in the draft to snatch the offensive tackle who played his collegiate years at Pittsburgh. Although Bobby Hart seems to be the clear favorite to retain the starting right tackle job, it certainly doesn’t hurt to give him a little competition. Along...
Via Big Blue Unbiased
1 day ago

The New York Giants have a glaring deficiency on the offensive line

The New York Giants and general manager Jerry Reese chose not to draft an offensive lineman until the sixth round of the 2017 NFL Draft. Going into the draft, the offensive line was the one position group on the offensive side of the ball that Big Blue absolutely needed to upgrade. Eli Manning faced a lot of pressure in 2016 despite the fact that the Giants surrendered 22 sacks...
Via isportsweb.com
7 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Davis Webb gets under center at New York Giants rookie camp

Quarterback Davis Webb takes part in his first New York Giants rookie mini camp, and talks about the hard work ahead.
Via SNY
7 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: New York Giants rookie tight end Evan Engram takes the field

The New York Giants opened rookie mini camp on Friday, and SNY NFL Insider Ralph Vacchiano was there to report on tight end Evan Engram, and Big Blue's plans to incorporate him into the offense.
Via SNY
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Davis Webb hadn’t met Ben McAdoo before Giants drafted him

Giants offensive coordinator Mike Sullivan’s first impression of Davis Webb was that he’s “tall” and has a “good, firm handshake.”He must have learned a lot more about the Cal quarterback before the Giants drafted him, right?Wrong.Webb’s first firm handshake with Sullivan didn’t come until two weeks after the Giants drafted him.Neither Sullivan nor Giants head coach...
Via The Sports Daily
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Revamped New York Giants’ offense is ready to to air it out

Currently, the New York Giants depend on the passing game more than ever, which is vastly different from the Giants’ 2008 and 2012 Super Bowl championship teams. Those teams depended on a running game that would devastate and tire out the opponent’s defense, and Eli Manning would compliment the running game by using the play-action pass to cut an opponent’s secondary to shreds...
Via isportsweb.com
8 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: JRSportBrief: Where will Victor Cruz end up?

In the latest installment of JR Sport Brief on SNY.tv, JR tells former Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz where to sign for next season.
Via SNY
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Victor Cruz, Ravens have 'mutual interest'

Now that the draft has come and gone, the market for veteran wide receiver Victor Cruz seems to be perking up.Not long after reports surfaced that Cruz will visit with the Jacksonville Jaguars at some point this month, Art Stapleton of the Bergen Record added that the Baltimore Ravens and Cruz have “mutual interest” in one another and could set up a meeting of their own. The...
Via Larry Brown Sports
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Jaylon Smith expects to be ready for season opener

Jaylon Smith’s NFL debut has been a long time coming, and it appears the Dallas Cowboys linebacker will play in 2017 after missing all of last season while recovering from a horrific left knee injury that included nerve damage.Smith told reporters Wednesday that he’ll be on the field in Week 1 against the New York Giants on Sep. 10, something most critics didn’t ever see happening...
Via The Sports Daily
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Giants owner: ‘Premature’ to label Webb as Manning successor

Davis Webb may well be the heir apparent to Eli Manning as the New York Giants quarterback, but the team’s owner thinks that labeling him as such would be getting ahead of themselves.Owner John Mara told the “Rich Eisen Show” on Tuesday that Webb, the team’s third-round pick, isn’t necessarily going to succeed Manning as the Giants’ quarterback.“Well, I am in the room...
Via Larry Brown Sports
12 days ago  |  Discuss
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