Keidel: Victor Cruz's Inspiring Career Seems Destined For A Sad EndingTo say the Bears are a few players from a Super Bowl is being gracious.
John Mara: Giants Fans Threatened Boycott If Players Joined Kaepernick's ProtestGiants co-owner John Mara says his team would have faced a boycott from fans last season if its players had joined Colin Kaepernick's protest of kneeling during the national anthem.
Geno Smith Trying To Resurrect His Career With GiantsGeno Smith didn't catch a break in his final two seasons with the New York Jets, and it seems his chances of resurrecting his career with the Giants are facing obstacles.
Victor Cruz: Giants Intentionally Tried To Keep My Production DownVictor Cruz has a beef with the Giants.
Giants Conclude First Round Of OTAs With No Sign Of BeckhamThe New York Giants ended their first week of voluntary organized team activities missing two of their biggest stars — wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and defensive end Olivier Vernon.
New York Giants Help Young Cancer Patients Celebrate LifeThe New York Giants wrapped up their off-season workouts Thursday, but MetLife Stadium was buzzing with some very special fans.
While Giants Hold Practices, Odell Beckham Jr. Photographed Working Out With Johnny ManzielOdell Beckham Jr. wasn't at the Giants' first OTA practices this week. So where was he? With bad boy Johnny Manziel, as it turns out.
Former Giants Running Back Rashad Jennings Wins 'Dancing With The Stars'Jennings and his partner bested former Chicago Cubs catcher David Ross to take home the top prize.
Odell Beckham Jr. Signs NFL's Richest Shoe DealIn further proof of the Giants wide receiver's immense star power, he has reportedly signed a five-year, $29 million deal with Nike.
WFAN Best Sports Figures: #3 — Lawrence TaylorLawrence Taylor revolutionized the linebacker position in the NFL. He was that good.
Schwartz: Giants' Herzlich Helps Out Great Cycle Challenge USAMark Herzlich remembers May 14, 2009, like it was yesterday.
Odell Beckham Jr. Skips Start Of Giants OTAsWhile the workouts are voluntary, they are generally well-attended. Coaches strongly prefer players to be there as they begin to install the offensive and defensive playbooks for the upcoming season.

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