“The group that’s conspicuously absent in terms of voice on this is the NFL Players Association and their leader, DeMaurice Smith.”
Now that three days have passed since that 38-0 catastrophe in Carolina, the question must be asked. When, exactly, did the Giants turn into the Jets? Even more importantly, who’s to blame?
“We’re all friends with one another,” Rolle said. “But are we going out there and fighting for the guy beside us? Absolutely not. There’s no way I can hide it, sugercoat it, whatever you want to say. There’s no way I can hide that.”
After a 38-0 drubbing on Sunday, the backlash for the 0-3 Giants has been coming in waves.
“They don’t like themselves,” the two-time Super Bowl champion told Joe & Evan. “That’s what it really comes down to. They don’t like each other. They’re not willing to fight for each other.”
Sports Radio WFAN 660AM/101.9FM has reached a new multi-year agreement with the New York Giants, extending the station’s exclusive flagship radio station rights to broadcast preseason, regular season and any postseason games.
WFAN host Mike Francesa announced on Thursday that star wide receiver Victor Cruz will speak with Francesa every Tuesday at 5:05 p.m.
The guys were talking about the softball game they will be playing in New Rochelle and were wondering if Anthony Mason was going to be ready to play?
The record-setting quarterback of the New Orleans Saints is eager to make football safer at all levels. So he’s teamed up with PACE, a program that provides free concussion testing for more than 3,300 middle and high schools and youth sports organizations.
With negotiations likely completed for the week, NFL owners are setting sights on their upcoming meeting in Chicago. Jets running back Shonn Greene is looking beyond then — with optimism — toward getting back to work.
Phil in Long Island called in and mentioned the great chemistry between the Craig and Carl Banks in comparison to the chemistry between Craig and Boomer. Phil attributed it to the two Super Bowl rings that Carl has, which was a low blow to our beloved Boomer.
When talking about Carl Banks’ career it’s hard to forget about the Monday night in Philadelphia back in 1988, when Carl did his best to tackle the elusive Randall Cunningham — only to have the Eagles quarterback to remain on his feet and throw an improbable touchdown pass.
With Boomer taking the day off the attend to some business for his foundation (BEF), Carl Banks found himself sitting in alongside Craig — and safe to say the man affectionately known as “Killer” during his playing days was feeling right at home.
Donnie Walsh admitted that he had no idea talks between the Nets and the Jazz were even going on, which raises the question: would the Knicks have been better off pursuing Deron Williams?