Benigno & Roberts

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Antrel Rolle On WFAN: Giants Will ‘Absolutely’ Make Playoffs

Giants safety Antrel Rolle wasn’t as impressed with Drew Brees’ offensive showing as he was disappointed in New York’s effort.


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Antrel Rolle On WFAN: Giants Weren’t ‘Ready’ To Face Inferior Eagles

After a great week of practice, safety Antrel Rolle says the Giants were prepared to take on the Eagles. But the distinction he made next came as a surprise.


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Antrel Rolle On WFAN: Giants Not Relying On Manning Magic

While it might seem Big Blue relies too heavily on Manning’s last-minute victory habit, safety Antrel Rolle insists it’s not that way it all.


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Antrel Rolle On WFAN: ‘I Had A Talk’ With Brandon Jacobs

New York’s great escape against Miami. The Brandon Jacobs saga. Has there ever been so much negativity following a Giants win?


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Antrel Rolle On WFAN: Giants Should ‘Easily’ Be 5-1

Antrel Rolle admits the Giants haven’t been great. But they also haven’t been bad. And if not for a few plays, he says, New York “should easily be 5-1.”


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Antrel Rolle On WFAN: Giants Need More Attitude, More Passion

Some things have to change for the Giants, especially with the scrappy Buffalo Bills on tap.


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Antrel Rolle On WFAN: We Have To Win

Drafted eighth overall by the Cardinals in 2005, Antrel Rolle told Joe and Evan it was good to be back at his old stomping grounds in Arizona. What made it better was New York’s stunning 31-27 comeback win.


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Antrel Rolle On WFAN: It’s Always Heated When Giants Face Eagles

Let’s just say Giants safety Antrel Rolle got wrapped up in the moment.


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Giants’ Antrel Rolle On WFAN: I’ve Handled DeSean Jackson, And I’ll Do It Again

Bring on DeSean Jackson. Even Michael Vick, if he’s healthy enough to go. Giants safety Antrel Rolle is ready to take care of the Eagles.


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On WFAN: Jets’ Mike Westhoff, Joe McKnight On Game-Changing Punt Block

Jets running back — and now special teams dynamo — Joe McKnight joined WFAN’s Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts on Friday to dissect his incredible punt block, a key play in New York’s season opening win over the Cowboys.


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WFAN’s Joe & Evan Take On Giants Training Camp

The Giants’ 2011 preseason debut is just three days away, which means it’s time for Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts at Big Blue training camp — Part 2.


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Mets GM Sandy Alderson On WFAN: There’s No ‘Black Cloud’ Hanging Over Mets

Sandy Alderson joined Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts Monday afternoon to discuss a number of Mets’ topics including status of Jose Reyes, Daniel Murphy, Ike Davis and Johan Santana. The Mets’ GM also gave his verdict on some of the organization’s top pitching prospects.


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On WFAN: Bevy Of Giants Join Benigno & Roberts At Training Camp

WFAN’s Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts are pumped up for the upcoming football season — and with the Giants’ Osi Umenyiora controversy brewing in East Rutherford, was there a better day to broadcast live from training camp?


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On WFAN: Sandy Alderson ‘Pleased And Gratified’ With Mets’ Play

After beating the Braves on Wednesday, the Mets are at .500 for the first time in almost a month, a record that has general manager Sandy Alderson “pleased and gratified.”


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Derek Harper: ‘Immature’ LeBron James Lacks ‘Game’ To Win Championship Alone

LeBron James took his talents to South Beach to win titles, so he’d have All-Star help around him. Former Mavericks point guard Derek Harper told WFAN’s Benigno & Roberts that LeBron made the right move — King James just doesn’t have what it takes to do it alone.