After missing the entire 2011 season, Peyton Manning did not miss a beat in his Broncos’ debut.
Entering his fourth season, Tryon started six games with the Indianapolis Colts last season, recording 44 tackles. He had seven tackles in the first three games this season before being waived. To make room for Tryon, the Giants released Williams.
Two years. Two torn ACLs. One knee. The news shocked the Giants and their fans, but Domenik Hixon says it’ll just be part of his comeback story.
Eli Manning threw for 200 yards Monday night against the Rams, all while playing with wide receiver Brandon Stokley for the first time.
Let’s get one thing straight right here and right now: New York can’t afford to give away games if they are going to have any chance at posting a winning record this season.
Giants offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride was hoping for wide receiver Steve Smith. He’ll have to deal with Brandon Stokley instead, thanks to the “powers above” him.
After watching the opening weekend of the NFL season play out on television, Brandon Stokley seriously wondered whether his career was over after 12 seasons and two Super Bowl rings.
The addition of veteran slot receiver Brandon Stokley gives Giants’ quarterback Eli Manning the reliable option he desperately needed. Stokley’s history of clutch receptions could be a value weapon in Big Blue’s passing attack.
The Giants just got some much-needed help at wide receiver. New York has signed veteran Brandon Stokley, the team confirmed on Thursday.
The Giants may finally have caught a break on the injury front. Leading receiver Hakeem Nicks apparently only has a bone bruise on his left knee and is hopeful that he will be able to play on Monday night against the St. Louis Rams.