The Plaxico Burress speculation tour is now reboarding. Next stop: Dallas.
Antrel Rolle is always an entertaining interview and that was the case once again this morning when he took a break from Giants training camp up in Albany, to talk with the Dynamic Radio Duo about his relaxing off-season,.
The Giants have been their classy selves since Jones made his declaration — simply ignoring the comment — but Big Blue punter Steve Weatherford bucked that trend on Friday when he spoke with Evan Roberts on WFAN.
Coughlin’s team once again finds itself short in the secondary, and faced with a lot of juggling to overcome it.
The New York Jets cannot get out of the way of controversy, while the Giants are constantly classy and harmonious.
Tim Tebow had another shaky day at practice on Wednesday as he was intercepted
Jones has shown he can be honest. Perhaps he realizes his team is going nowhere and he’s just hoping to light a fire.
First we hear from an upset Jerry Jones, as he is apparently still too pissed to talk to his troubled wide receiver Dez Bryant after his run-in with the law, this on the heels of pining for the ‘glory hole days’ earlier in the week.
Jerry Jones, the Cowboys’ always-entertaining owner, is out to turn the tables on the NFC East rivalry — Big D style.
Boomer was very persistent when asking Craig to teach him about what it takes to play the drums.
Eli Manning threw three touchdown passes and the New York Giants won an all-or-nothing game to claim the final spot in the NFL playoffs, beating the Dallas Cowboys 31-14 on Sunday night.
Guards from the Motor City don’t have the cache as the ones from New York — but they’re pretty darn good and Duquesne has three of them.
The entire morning show staff – excluding Craig – were thrilled to receive a thoughtful, great-smelling gift from Boomer for the holiday season.
It’ll be a December to remember, alright. But maybe not for the Cowboys.
From lockout to injunction to limbo and back to lockout – with a draft thrown in. Not even Super Bowl week gets that wild. Backed by an appeals court ruling, owners shut their doors once more, with players across the league trying to figure out where they stand – again.