The induction ceremony kicked off with numerous extremes to reflect the varied background of the seven-member class on Saturday night.
After dazzling teammates and fans during the first two weeks of training camp, the rookie receiver is awaiting the chance to kick off the preseason before a national TV audience against the New York Giants in the annual Hall of Fame game on Sunday night.
Judging by his confidence level and intensity at camp, Rueben Randle seems ready to take over as the Giants’ No. 2 receiver behind Pro Bowler Victor Cruz.
The former Giants defensive end has it all: the single-season sacks record, a Super Bowl ring and lots and lots of screen time. This weekend, he’ll get his gold jacket.
The severity of Wilson’s neck injury has not been released by the team. One report by NJ.com said the 23-year-old would “need a miracle” to get back on the field.
Wilson insists everything is “fine” with his surgically repaired neck, but the Giants are reportedly preparing for the worst.
As far as professional sports is concerned, New York is the biggest stage in the country and arguably on the planet. Stars tend to want to play here, even despite the pressure that comes with the territory.
The Giants are holding their breath on Wilson, whose career was thought to be in jeopardy when he was diagnosed with spinal stenosis last season.
Coaches just hate when high-drafted rookies get hurt during training camp. They hate it even more when said rookie was slated to take part in a sparkly, new passing offense.
To prepare you for the upcoming campaign, WFAN host Mike Francesa is broadcasting live from Giants camp on Tuesday afternoon.
Always on the clock, Coughlin — red-faced, military-molded, fit and fiery, whistle dangling from his neck like a drill instructor — is literally a lifer.
The Giants’ first pick in this year’s draft has been sidelined throughout the early stages of training camp due to an injured right hamstring, something that has frustrated head coach Tom Coughlin.
“On and off the field, what he’s been able to do as a player and the way he’s respected and the way he’s gone about his business — for a young player in New York, he’s a good role model.”
Mario Manningham attended his first NFL training camp in 2008 as a third-round draft pick of the New York Giants, basically secured of his place on the team’s opening day roster.
In the midst of installing a new offense and eager to help Eli Manning bounce back from a brutal 2013 season, the Giants have a plan to turn their veteran quarterback into a version of Drew Brees.
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