Only a fool would eulogize the Jets — a first-place team after three games — in Week 4. Yet it won’t be the first time I’ve acted the fool. The Jets’ season is over. Done. Dead. Muerto.
In the past, it wouldn’t take much to get a battle started. An upstart player would play impressively in training camp while a veteran would report out of shape.Today’s players condition all year long and get familiar with the team’s plays and gameplan at mini-camp and OTAs. However, there are still a number of battles around the NFL that are worth watching.
Entering his fourth season with the Giants, wide receiver Ramses Barden is reaching the point in his career where it’s time to start producing.
You wouldn’t think a couple of quotes from one of the newest non-Giants, now in a 49ers uniform, would create even a ripple of controversy here. And yet, Jacobs managed to do just that.
There was a point in 2011 when not even the most die-hard Giants fan would have a predicted a Super Bowl victory. At least not in public. This year it’s a whole different story.
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.
As the Giants again begin the process of sorting out a dilemma among the wide receivers, Victor Cruz and Domenik Hixon will have to provide much-needed stability.
The Giants’ second round draft pick didn’t disappoint as the Super Bowl Champs opened a rookie minicamp on Friday.
The Giants have strengthened their Super Bowl title defense through a strong 2012 NFL draft.
The New York Giants seemingly found a replacement for Super Bowl hero Mario Manningham, taking LSU’s Rueben Randle with the final pick of the second round of the NFL Draft.
Whatever happens next Thursday, the Giants’ brain trust will have about five hours to ponder their move. It needs to be a good one, even at No. 32.
Another Super Bowl champion won’t be returning to New York.
One week after officially signing former Giants wide receiver Mario Manningham, the 49ers have reportedly landed another Super Bowl champion.
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.
Open for business, wild as it might get. The NFL’s calendar turns toward a new season Tuesday when free agency begins at 4 p.m.