NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Clint Sintim says he’s done with football. The former Giants linebacker announced his retirement from the NFL on Monday. “I never actually announced it but I am officially retired from the […]
Jim Leonhard, Ryan Williams, Nate Allen and Clint Sintim are amongst NFL sufferers from recent seasons who could counsel the newest members of the patellar tendon club.
The New York Giants have waived linebacker Clint Sintim after he failed a physical.
The four-year veteran will be limited for his first three workouts. His first could be Tuesday.
Tom Coughlin is approaching this the only way he can – by telling his players that the Super Bowl season is over.
The New York Giants have placed wide receiver Hakeem Nicks and defensive lineman Chris Canty on the physically unable to perform list to start training camp.
Despite Tuck’s denials, turns out it was the real thing — and he still isn’t happy.
The Giants were great at preventing their opponents from breaking loose in the playoffs. But it seems the NFL champs aren’t so fantastic at keeping their Super Bowl ring under wraps.
Some Giants players caused a bit of a blitz when they preemptively tweeted photos of what may be the Big Blue Super Bowl XLVI ring.
Patellar tendon ruptures are relatively rare and they occur most often in people younger than 40.
Clint Sintim, Terrell Thomas, Prince Amukamara, Brian Witherspoon, Marvin Austin and Bruce Johnson. All lost for part of 2011 — or in some cases, the entire Giants season. Add Jonathan Goff to the list.
day after suffering a major knee injury in the preseason finale, linebacker Clint Sintim has been placed on injured reserve by the New York Giants.
A day after suffering a major knee injury in the preseason finale, linebacker Clint Sintim has been placed on injured reserve by the New York Giants.
It’s been a brutal preseason for the Giants — and it just got worse. Add Clint Sintim to the list of Big Blue players done for the season.
All of the test scores are in, although we won’t know the full results until Saturday at 4 p.m. Coach Tom Coughlin, his assistants and general manager Jerry Reese must finish grading the players on the Giants’ roster in order to pare the group from 85 to 80 Friday and then to 53 on Saturday.