The Giants dipped into the free agency market Tuesday, coming up with two former Patriots: running back Shane Vereen and linebacker Jonathan Casillas.
What can you say after the NFL celebrated its New Year in grand fashion Tuesday afternoon?!
With Harvin’s salary off the books, new general manager Mike Maccagnan will have even more room to upgrade a team that finished a disappointing 4-12 in 2014.
It appears that the New York Giants have themselves a new weapon in their backfield.
With the official free agency period beginning this afternoon, here are the most important questions we hope to have answered.
The Jets want to bring Darrelle Revis back into the fold. But there’s a limit to how hard they’ll push, according to Kristian Dyer of Metro New York.
The Jets have reportedly solidified their offensive line with a 6-foot-5, 321-pound Super Bowl champion.
The Jets are in the market — again — for a quarterback to challenge Geno Smith for the No. 1 job. But … who?
QBs in New York, New England and Buffalo might not be safe again. At least not against Miami. The AFC East rival Dolphins have reportedly won the Ndamukong Suh sweepstakes.
The real action of the offseason begins when free agency starts Tuesday. Only then will the rebuilding plans of general managers Mike Maccagnan and Jerry Reese really start to come into focus.
The NFL offseason has proven to be an eventful one thus far, as the AFC East has become quite the hot spot.
The outspoken safety still wants to return to New York. But he told SiriusXM NFL Radio on Friday that the team doesn’t owe him anything — and he’s not indebted to the Giants, either.
The 10-year veteran was cut by the Baltimore Ravens on Feb. 27, which makes him eligible to sign with any team before Tuesday’s official start of free agency.
Woody Johnson is apparently still lobbying for Darrelle Revis within the walls at Florham Park. And the All-Pro corner will hit the open market next week if New England declines to pick up a $20 million option.
The events of last week indicated that signing veteran hole-fillers won’t be as easy as the Bombers might have hoped. In fact, they may be faced with additional, internal issues sooner than later.