When the Giants added David Tyree to their front office this week, they hired a person whose views are “evolving.” That’s what Wade Davis took away from his conversations with NY’s new exec.
Derrick Ward says Giants director of player development David Tyree has a right to his opinion, no matter how unpopular it may be.
The Human Rights Campaign criticized the Giants for bringing on a former player who once tweeted “there is no scientific evidence to support the claim of being born gay.”
“I’m overwhelmed with joy,” said Tyree, who was hired as director of player development. “I guess you could say it’s a second homecoming.”
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The Huddle Shuttle is a rolling Super Bowl exhibit and will house the Vince Lombardi trophy, video features and a mock locker room.
Here’s a look at the very best of the Boston-New York rivalries in football, basketball, baseball and hockey. Enjoy the history lesson.
Losing Umenyiora and Blackburn means that the Giants have a lot of work to do the rest of the offseason if they still want to be considered one of the league’s elite teams.
Election Day is not usually about sports, but it’s time to credit our past presidents for the biggest sports events that occurred during their times in office.
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.
Sure, Victor Cruz had on his dancin’ shoes Sunday. But it was fellow wide receiver Mario Manningham who saved the Giants with his feet.
That was then. This is now. That’s what players on the Giants and Patriots are saying about their previous Super Bowl meeting four years ago.
Eli Manning took home the MVP. Plaxico Burress had the game-winning catch. Tyree got the biggest prize in the 2008 Super Bowl — an unforgettable moment that forever will be his.
Rangers agitator Sean Avery is thrilled about New York’s passage of same-sex marriage. But he thinks there’s still work to do — in the NHL, specifically.
The 32 Republicans meeting will decide, maybe as soon as Wednesday, whether to send a bill approving same-sex marriage to the floor for a full vote.