If Cruz doesn’t have a deal in time for an on-time arrival for training camp, he’ll be doing himself and the Giants a disservice.
The Giants own one pick in each of the seven rounds, plus a compensatory pick near the bottom of the seventh. Here’s a look at the Giants’ positional needs going into the NFL Draft.
It’s not like coach Tom Coughlin’s job got much easier, but he likely got a bit more clarity about a few of his positions in Wednesday’s preseason finale.
It was Umenyiora’s right knee, according to the New York Post. That could be a cause of concern, considering he had arthroscopic surgery on the same troublesome knee last August.
Giants’ defensive tackle Shaun Rogers is hoping to play in 2012.
For now, the Giants know they have to do without Terrell Thomas – and there were several reasons to think they’ve got enough to hold down the fort.
Will David Wilson look as fast and slippery as he did in minicamp? Will Osi Umenyiora come out on fire for possibly his last training camp in a Giants uniform? What about overall depth? It’s all out there, answers and all.
With a quick shake of the head, Tom Coughlin officially rejected the notion that Plaxico Burress would somehow ride in on his mud-splattered horse and save the Giants’ receiving corps.
Former Giants’ wide receiver Mario Manningham agreed to a two-year deal with the San Francisco 49ers on Saturday, adding to a talented receiving corps which could lure Peyton Manning.
Was that Santa or Victor Cruz racing down the right sideline for a 99-yard TD? His memorable gift sparked the Giants to a 29-14 victory
All of the test scores are in, although we won’t know the full results until Saturday at 4 p.m. Coach Tom Coughlin, his assistants and general manager Jerry Reese must finish grading the players on the Giants’ roster in order to pare the group from 85 to 80 Friday and then to 53 on Saturday.
The recently completed NFL Draft, staged this year without a free agency period, left Giants coach Tom Coughlin and general manager Jerry Reese wondering what to do next.
Speed and size. Speed and size. Speed and size. Giants general manager Jerry Reese must have been repeating these words over and over again in his sleep during the weeks leading up the NFL Draft.
Giants director of college scouting Marc Ross nearly could not contain his enthusiasm as he described two of his team’s first three draft picks as Top 15 talents.
The Giants have a history of giving second chances to talented players who have problems off the field. They did it again Friday night, when they selected North Carolina defensive tackle Marvin Austin.