Tom Coughlin is concerned by the amount of injuries suffered by the Giants’ secondary.
Something just had to go wrong, even with so much going right. Starting cornerback Prince Amukamara came away with a high ankle sprain, which usually means at least four weeks on the shelf.
“I think it is a big, big deal,” Simms told Boomer & Carton. “I think we underestimate how good the officials that cover the games in the NFL, how good they are.”
The Giants have lost interest in the Jets, and some don’t even see Rex Ryan and his circus as their biggest rival. The biggest exception: oft-entertaining punter Steve Weatherford.
Coughlin’s team once again finds itself short in the secondary, and faced with a lot of juggling to overcome it.
Tom Coughlin is approaching this the only way he can – by telling his players that the Super Bowl season is over.
The Giants reported to training camp just the way coach Tom Coughlin wanted – humble, looking to improve and hoping to take the next step toward building a dynasty that others in their own division can only chirp about.
Osi was all smiles and happy-to-be-back and we’re-building-something-special at Giants OTAs on Monday. But it may all be just a prelude to a final farewell.
Osi Umenyiora fired his longtime agent and is prepared to represent himself.
The Big Blue troops are starting to line up behind unhappy defensive end Osi Umenyiora.
Buckle up, Giants fans. The Osi Umenyiora contract drama just shifted into high gear.
The Giants have reportedly signed linebacker/defensive end Mathias Kiwanuka to a three-year contract extension through 2015, multiple sources have reported. The deal includes an $8.5 million signing bonus and $10.95 million guaranteed.
Tom Coughlin is coming back. Eli Manning is only getting better. And the vast majority of the Giants’ starting lineup is under contract. Can anybody say repeat?
The Giants are taking Tom Coughlin’s mantra, “Talk is cheap, play the game,” and throwing it out the window.
The Giants defense will do everything it can to pressure Tom Brady. And it’s more a matter of what happens when the pass rush closes in on the Patriots quarterback.