Silverman: Donald, Short Lead The Way Among NFL Defensive TacklesNFL coaches are looking for far more versatility from defensive tackles than they did five or 10 years ago. They are looking for big, strong, wide bodies with just enough athleticism to cause havoc on every play.
Giants' Optimism Is Well Founded With New Coach And ChangesAfter missing the playoffs the past four seasons, the New York Giants have a right to be optimistic.
Giants' Harrison Stuns Mom With New House In LouisianaDamon Harrison hasn't played a game for the New York Giants and he has already started delivering. The Giants haven't gotten anything yet from the massive defensive tackle. His mother has.
Keidel: Coughlin Must Be Irked By Giants' Spending FrenzyCoughlin was gutted by a dearth of decent talent on defense, reduced to Eli Manning, Odell Beckham Jr., and prayer.
Reports: Damon Harrison Signs With GiantsThe deal is reportedly for 5 years, $46.25 million with $24 million guaranteed, NFL Network reported.
Report: Jets' Contingency Plan Includes Defensive Tackle FairleyThe Jets may look decidedly different by the end of the week. They appear to be prepared for anything.
Jets' Maccagnan Wants To Fill Most Needs In Free Agency, Draft Best Players On BoardDespite the fact that the Jets finished 10-6 and narrowly missed the playoffs in 2015, Bowles said the team needs help “everywhere.”
LISTEN: Jets GM Mike Maccagnan Talks Free Agency On WFANJets general manager Mike Maccagnan is moving forward after last season's disappointing end.
Damon Harrison: I'm The Best Nose Tackle In NFL, And I Could Play In NBADamon Harrison has made his presence felt on the Jets' defense, working his way from being an undrafted free agent out of William Penn in 2012 to a starting NFL nose tackle.
Damon Harrison Leads Jets To Super Bowl Title — In 'Madden 16'"I went with my guy, Geno, man, throughout the year," a smiling Harrison said. "I turned the injuries off, so everybody was able to stay around."
Jets Tender Offers To Restricted Free Agents Damon Harrison, Jaiquawn JarrettHarrison, the team's starting nose tackle, received a second-round tender worth $2.356 million. If another team wants to sign him, it would owe the Jets a second-round pick if New York does not match the offer.
Report: Jets Eyeing Dolphins' Rodgers For Defensive CoordinatorThe Jets have a lot of problems, but their defensive line isn't one of them. So it should come as no surprise that new head coach Todd Bowles is likely going to bring in someone fluent with the trenches as the team's new defensive coordinator.