Giants coach Tom Coughlin can’t escape the oft-changing weather conditions that dotted training camp in Albany. The forecast for Friday night’s preseason opener in Jacksonville? Scattered thunderstorms.
On Friday Ross faces his former team, the New York Giants, who come to Jacksonville to meet the Jaguars in the first preseason game of the year for the two teams.
If nothing else, a good performance might cement an image of Rueben Randle as a useful entity. We’ve seen that happen before — just two years ago, in fact, when Victor Cruz burst on the scene.
With the NFL preseason schedule featuring six games tonight and both the Giants and the Jets in action tomorrow night, Boomer and Craig broached the subject of NFL replacement officials.
“A lot of people want to see what I can do on the field and I have to go out there and prove I can play at this level,” said Austin, who did most of his rehabilitation at the team’s headquarters in New Jersey.
Veteran defensive tackle Shaun Rogers is hoping to finally add a Super Bowl ring to his resume with the 2012 Giants.
The New York Giants have been ranked third in the first-ever AP Pro32 NFL power rankings, a new pro football version of the AP Top 25 college football and basketball polls.
Is Tom Coughlin the best coach in Giants history? The fact that we now ask that after he’s been fired countless times by fans and media –- yes, I’m owning up to my end of myopia –- speaks to Coughlin’s discipline and decency, if not his dominance.
After a big false start, the New York Jets pulled off a Tebow-like comeback Wednesday night, completing a trade for the quarterback who turned the Denver Broncos from an also-ran into a playoff team last season.
Now that the NFL has uncovered a big-money bounty program for players in New Orleans, it likely will zero in on other teams Gregg Williams worked for.
Quite simply, Giants coach Tom Coughlin belongs in the Hall of Fame whether he wins a second Lombardi Trophy or not.
The Jets say they want to retain offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer. But what if they have a change of heart — or if he lands a head coaching job elsewhere?
When the Jets announced Monday that offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer was expected to return in 2012, you could hear a collective gasp throughout the Tri-State Area.
Rex Ryan and general manager Mike Tannenbaum reiterated that they “expect” Schottenheimer to return next season — unless he’s hired as a head coach elsewhere.
Nick Mangold might have to sit this one out. An MRI exam Monday revealed that the Jets’ All-Pro center has a high ankle sprain that could sideline him for at least this Sunday’s game against the Raiders.