With the Vince Lombardi Trophy held high, Eli Manning passed by thousands of cheering Giants fans eager to get a glimpse of a piece of Super Bowl history.
In honor of the New York Giants Super Bowl win, the city has been declared the “Big Blue Apple” today by Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
No more hot seat for Tom Coughlin. No more second-guessing. The 65-year-old made NFL history on Sunday.
The NFL season began on time largely because of Robert Kraft and John Mara. So there’s no more fitting way to end it than the two of them facing off for the game’s biggest prize.
Yet few players, coaches or even the teams’ owners pointed to beating the Jets as a critical juncture in their chase for another NFL championship.
First the Super Bowl, now an Oscar nomination. This week has been kind to the Mara family. February could be even better.
The Giants have bought in 100 percent with their 65-year-old coach, and he is enjoying every second of it.
New York Giants owner John Mara has been appointed chairman of the NFL’s most powerful committee, the Management Council.
Was it a dig at MetLife Stadium or the Jets — or both? The New Meadowlands Stadium is now officially named after MetLife. But to one Giants star, an old moniker will always ring true.
It’s official. The home of the Giants and Jets is going to be called MetLife Stadium for the next 25 years.
With all the talk surrounding the moves — or lack thereof — coming from the office of Giants general manager Jerry Reese, is there a better time to broadcast live from the Timex Performance Center?
The Giants’ training camp drama with Osi Umenyiora may soon be over. But first, the unhappy defensive end will make a trip to Atlanta this week for a second opinion on his “sore” left knee.
By now, we all know Giants star Osi Umenyiora wants a re-tooled contract. Despite the unhappiness of his defensive end, team co-owner John Mara thinks everything will end up hunky-dory.
Manning left the distinct impression that it’s up general manager Jerry Reese, coach Tom Coughlin and Giants ownership to decide whether to re-sign Burress now that the gifted receiver has finished his nearly two-year prison sentence for a weapons possession violation.
Finally, at least the Giants will be able to get on the field Saturday in their first practice, albeit one without pads, of training camp.