Giants GM Reese Not Feeling Added Pressure Heading Into DraftDespite comments made by co-owner John Mara, Giants general manager Jerry Reese says he's not feeling any additional pressure heading into the draft next week.
Giants' Mara Looking For Big Draft After Productive Free AgencyNew York has the 10th pick in the first round and its needs are plentiful. The Giants could use an offensive tackle, a wide receiver to play opposite Odell Beckham Jr., a linebacker and a safety.
Palladino: Giants' Wild Spending Spree Does Not Guarantee SuccessSome folks drink when under stress. Others eat. Jerry Reese? He spends money.
Keidel: Coughlin Must Be Irked By Giants' Spending FrenzyCoughlin was gutted by a dearth of decent talent on defense, reduced to Eli Manning, Odell Beckham Jr., and prayer.
DE Charles Johnson: Conversation With Jerry Reese Led Me To Re-Sign With PanthersJohnson told Panthers.com he asked Reese if he would ever leave the Giants to accept a job with another team for more money. Reese gave an honest answer -- perhaps too honest.
GM Jerry Reese: Giants Can Bounce Back In 2016The team is expected to be nearly $60 million under the salary cap after opting to carry over more than $11 million that went unspent in 2015.
Palladino: Jets, Giants GMs Must Be Wary Of 'Workout Warriors' At NFL CombineGiven their respective needs, neither can afford a mistake, especially when it comes time for the pass rushers to show their stuff Saturday and Sunday.
Giants GM Jerry Reese Defends Personnel Decisions, ProcessReese defended the personnel moves that have kept the Giants out of the playoffs the past four seasons.
Silverman: McAdoo Has Offensive Tendencies, But That Won’t Help Giants’ Woeful DefenseSo how is McAdoo going to help the Giants defense? Well, he’s probably not going to be able to do much.
New Giants Head Coach Ben McAdoo: 'I'm The Right Man For The Job'Long known as a defense-first team that has won games -- and championships -- with an old-school approach, the Giants are heading into the future with an altered philosophy.
Keidel: Keeping Reese Was A Major Miscarriage Of Justice By GiantsTom Coughlin was escorted to the back door of retirement, under the aegis of resignation. Yet the man who built his roster, Giants general manager Jerry Reese, is quite happily employed.
Giants GM Reese Promises Quick TurnaroundAn estimated $50 million of salary cap space to sign veteran free agents, plus the No. 10 draft slot, put the Giants in an advantageous position to fill the gaping holes on defense that caused six losses in the last 1:14 or overtime.