Oakland Raiders have signed defensive end Dave Tollefson, the latest New York Giants free agent to land in the Bay Area
With 20 players set to become unrestricted free agents and Victor Cruz saying he wants more money, the Giants have some big decisions to make.
While he doesn’t have the dance moves of his fellow wideout, the Giants’ Mario Manningham planted both feet where they needed to be during a clutch, fourth-quarter catch on Sunday.
The thought of backup David Carr starting Sunday for All-Pro quarterback Eli Manning is enough to make Giants fans sick.
It’s the sort of thing usually reserved for Rex Ryan and the big-talking Jets. But it seems a little Ryan has rubbed off on Giants safety Antrel Rolle.
The Giants’ defense wanted another shot at Aaron Rodgers. Well, they got their wish. And this time it might be a fair fight.
the second-year defensive end is playing a lot like “The Freak” Jevon Kearse, and he’s doing it off his natural ability more than anything.
Jason Pierre-Paul is ready to step up and deliver for the Giants with Osi Umenyiora missing to due to injury and Justin Tuck struggling to play Sunday.
Two-time Pro Bowl defensive end Justin Tuck is going through one of those seasons that can best be described as an off year.
Five weeks into the season, the defense is struggling and the Giants had better find a way to fix the problem — or they are going to miss the playoffs for a third straight year.
Eli Manning was hoping to send the Giants to their third straight late comeback — and fourth win in a row. Instead, Pete Carroll and his team of relative unknowns found a way to make plays when it counted.
The preseason neck injury — the dreaded stinger — that has forced two-time Pro Bowler Justin Tuck to miss two games this season is taking a toll. He doesn’t know either when he will play again or if his neck will be healthy again this season.
With two-time Pro Bowl defensive end Justin Tuck battling a groin issue and a persistent neck injury, Osi Umenyiora could not have picked a better time to get back into the Giants’ lineup.
Last night the Giants proved they actually could beat a team that they were expected to beat. The formula was simple: Exhibit a tough run defense and make enough plays in the other facets of the game to keep the Rams from making it a game.
The NFL tends not to show any mercy when it comes to playing against an ailing foe. Just ask Giants linebacker Mathias Kiwanuka.