What the Giants have here is not the end of the world. It’s an opportunity. If Matt Flynn indeed comes in for a workout, Big Blue should take a good, hard look at him.
The Giants are either in the market for an insurance policy or a high-profile practice player. Perhaps it’s both.
The Giants insist Eli Manning’s ailing ankle is a football injury, plain and simple, according to the New York Daily News.
The Giants announced that Manning had successful surgery on Thursday to relieve some lingering discomfort in the ankle that he sprained in the regular season finale against Washington.
Attorneys for New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning are asking a judge to dismiss a lawsuit brought against him by a New Jersey sports memorabilia dealer.
You have to admire Cruz for his willingness to subject himself to the rigors of backfield work, even if it’s just for the sake of gimmickry. But there’s no way the kid should play even a snap at running back.
Ben McAdoo plans to mix and match what he learned with the Green Bay Packers with parts of Kevin Gilbride’s playbook in coming up with a new offense for the New York Giants.
As Eli Manning looked on at his brother’s struggles in Super Bowl XLVIII, he must have said, “Welcome to my world, Peyton.” Or, as Yogi Berra might have said, “It’s déjà vu all over again.”
In the fourth quarter, with Denver down 35 points, the camera flipped to Eli. As one would expect, the younger brother looked, well, miserable.
A memorabilia dealer is taking aim at the Giants in a lawsuit that alleges the team and quarterback Eli Manning knowingly created and pushed fake game-worn items in order to hang on to the real stuff themselves.
Archie Manning joined the show this morning shortly after learning about the allegations of Eli Manning and the Giants creating fraudulent memorabilia.
The guys are back at M&M’s World for a Thursday program, and they opened the show breaking down the New York Post story of the Giants and Eli Manning being accused of creating fake or altered memorabilia.
Peyton Manning didn’t have a whole lot of believers after undergoing multiple neck surgeries. Not even his own brother thought he would recover enough to get back on the field.
When little brother Eli says Peyton Manning doesn’t need to beat the Seattle Seahawks and win a second Super Bowl to secure his legacy as one of the NFL’s greatest quarterbacks, believe him.
Only three years ago, Peyton Manning could barely grip a football, let alone throw one. A Super Bowl quarterback? Nobody had ever overcome those odds.