“It will get done at some point,” Giants co-owner John Mara told reporters on Monday in regard to a long-term extension for the New Jersey native. “Just be patient.”
The voice of football. The NFL’s narrator for generations. A master of restraint. The sport and the world of broadcasting have lost a true legend.
The 22-year-old nephew, also named John Mara, entered the plea to charges of assault and breach of peace in Bridgeport Superior Court, said his attorney, William Dow III.
Tisch thinks Cruz will get an offer “a little higher” than the $6 million per year owed to slot receiver Wes Welker, who signed a two-year deal last week with the Denver Broncos.
On Monday, Giants co-owner John Mara said his team made “a very substantial offer” to Victor Cruz. The kid from Paterson may want to give it a second look.
“Let’s just say if he took our offer he’d be a very wealthy young man,” Giants owner John Mara said on Monday.
“Certainly, we’re taking a risk,” Mara told reporters. “But we would still have the right to match, and if we decided not to do that, we’re getting a first-round draft pick out of it. So yeah, it is a risk for us.”
“He’s terrified of it,” a Hall of Fame player told ESPN The Magazine. “It wouldn’t just be a tragedy. It would be awfully bad for business.”
The nephew, also named John Mara, was arrested by Fairfield police Friday and posted $150,000 bail.
The nephew of Giants owner John Mara surrendered to police in Connecticut on charges that he almost killed a man by hitting him with a bottle on New Year’s Eve, according to a report.
It was a controversial year for the NFL, but nothing is stopping the popularity of America’s most watched game.
Bill Parcells made the cut and was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, while Michael Strahan misses out.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said that next year’s Super Bowl at the stadium used by the Giants and Jets will “have an impact on future decisions for open-air, cold-weather sites.”
On Twitter, some are already dreading what could be for Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium.
Gettleman, 61, spent 13 seasons with the Giants as their director of pro personnel prior to taking over last year as the senior pro personnel analyst.