Giants Sign WRs Severin, Eagan, Waive-Injured Johnson, SneadThe New York Giants have signed wide receivers Canaan Severin and Ed Eagan and waived-injured rookie receivers Keeon Johnson and Kevin Snead.
Jets' Simon Refuses To Let Obstacles Stop His NFL DreamDeon Simon is motivated by his painful past. The darkest moments came while he dealt with a severe knee injury and academic issues as a high school senior, leaving his future on and off the field uncertain.
Giants May Give Third-Round Pick Webb 'A Crack' At Backup QB JobThe fight for the Giants' backup quarterback job is taking on a new dimension.
Jets' Mauldin Likely Out, Forte Definitely Out Against LionsJets linebacker Lorenzo Mauldin tweaked his back and sat out practice Thursday, leaving him uncertain for the preseason game at Detroit on Saturday night.
LISTEN: Dick Butkus Discusses Playing Career, Acting And More On WFANDoes it ever bother Butkus, who spent nine seasons with the Bears, that he never played in the postseason?
Silverman: Brown, Jones, Beckham At Head Of Wide Receiver ClassWhen it comes to scoring touchdowns and striking suddenly, wide receivers are the game’s most dramatic impact players.
Report: Giants LB Thomas Agrees To Massive Pay CutFor the second year in a row, Giants linebacker J.T. Thomas has reportedly agreed to a pay cut.
Jets' Bowles: It's Players' 'Individual Right' To ProtestJets head coach Todd Bowles will not stand in the way of any of his players protesting during the national anthem.
Keidel: Jets May Challenge '92 Seahawks As Worst Offense In NFL HistorySo with the Jets a mess in general, and a troubling variable at quarterback in particular, you may be wondering how they will score points this season.
Jets Sign WR Thompkins, Waive/Injured S MiddletonThe New York Jets have signed wide receiver Kenbrell Thompkins and waived/injured safety Doug Middleton.
3 Dream Scenarios, 3 Nightmare Scenarios For 2017 JetsThe expectations could not be lower for the Jets entering 2017. But that doesn't mean fans can't still come away from the season feeling better or worse than they anticipated.
Eli Manning Wants To Play 4 More Years In NFLThe 36-year-old quarterback of the Giants said he would like to play until he is 40.

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