You wouldn’t think a couple of quotes from one of the newest non-Giants, now in a 49ers uniform, would create even a ripple of controversy here. And yet, Jacobs managed to do just that.
I don’t know if the Giants made the correct decision in letting Brandon Jacobs leave and join the 49ers, but Ahmad Bradshaw is good enough to be a consistent and productive No. 1 running back.
Attorney Charles Sciarra said he believes State Police Sgt. Nadir Nassry faces charges related to the alleged taping of license plates on the sports cars during the March 30 caravan.
There was a point in 2011 when not even the most die-hard Giants fan would have a predicted a Super Bowl victory. At least not in public. This year it’s a whole different story.
Former New York Giants running back Brandon Jacobs said that leaving the team was all about money.
The youngster got a $5 bill from Jacobs, a signed helmet and a day of fun that he’ll never forget. Not bad for $3.36.
Jacobs may not have been the most beloved player on the Giants, but one young fan was heartbroken to learn the running back was no longer a member of his favorite team.
The Giants have strengthened their Super Bowl title defense through a strong 2012 NFL draft.
Running back David Wilson, the Giants’ first-round pick in the NFL Draft, spoke with Joe & Evan on Friday morning and expressed the joy he felt upon hearing his name called by Big Blue.
New Jersey’s top cop met with his top commanders and the state’s attorney general Wednesday to discuss allegations of high-speed police escorts for sports cars on the Garden State Parkway.
The lawyer for Sgt. Nadir Nassry, who was suspended for allegedly organizing the high speed escorts, told CBS 2 that high-speed caravan escorts have been going on for decades.
Two state troopers could be in hot water for allegedly speeding down the Garden State Parkway with their lights and sirens on back on the afternoon of March 30.
Veteran running back Brandon Jacobs had a rough final season in New York. That is, until his second Super Bowl championship.
With the city about to become sports crazy with the combination of early-season baseball games mixed with playoff hockey and basketball, Neil Keefe starts his weekly random thoughts column.
Another Super Bowl champion won’t be returning to New York.