The Giants have agreed to terms with wide receiver/return specialist Dwayne Harris.
It appears that the New York Giants have themselves a new weapon in their backfield.
The real action of the offseason begins when free agency starts Tuesday. Only then will the rebuilding plans of general managers Mike Maccagnan and Jerry Reese really start to come into focus.
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The outspoken safety still wants to return to New York. But he told SiriusXM NFL Radio on Friday that the team doesn’t owe him anything — and he’s not indebted to the Giants, either.
The 26-year-old tight end, who was reportedly on his way to sign a tender to return to Big Blue, posted a photo and video of the scene to his Instagram page.
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The Jets and the Giants figure to be interested in a safety once free agency starts. It just so happens that the best one on the market wouldn’t mind playing for a New York team.
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“They’re taking baby steps with me,” Cruz said. “I want to get out there … (There’s) no pain. I trust the structure of (my knee). I trust the way it was rebuilt. It feels very strong.”
Giants punter Steve Weatherford, along with former NFL wide receiver Sidney Rice, will donate his brain for scientific research after he passes away.
The Giants are reportedly considering casting their line toward the biggest fish in NFL free agency.
The New York Giants placed the franchise tag on defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul after the 26-year-old rebounded from two injury-plagued seasons.
“I dominated when I played. There was nobody better at my position. Nobody.” Actually, Simeon, there was. His name is Michael Strahan.
The Giants announced the move on Wednesday, a day after releasing veteran defensive lineman Mathias Kiwanuka. The two moves will save the team just under $6 million in salary cap space.
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