An ongoing conflict between the New York Giants, the New York Jets and developers has caused the delay of the American Dream megamall and entertainment complex located directly across from the stadium.
Big Blue will hold training camp this summer at the Timex Performance Center, their year-round headquarters at the Meadowlands.
With two weeks left in the season, the NFC East, NFC West and AFC North titles are still up for grabs, not to mention the four Wild Card spots.
With three games left, the Giants (8-5) have a one-game lead in the NFC East over Washington (7-6) and Dallas (7-6). If they win their final three games, they’ll win the division title for a second straight year.
The most famous fan in New York — and perhaps in the NFL — is calling it quits, and while fans wrestle with the merits of “Fireman Ed,” it is clear that no one is the winner in this situation.
Seven weeks into the season the Eagles have fired their defensive coordinator and the Panthers have fired their GM. Atlanta remains the league’s only unbeaten team, and only three AFC teams have winning records.
Triple Five refused to agree to close the mega-mall on Sundays to help minimize traffic during the football season. The Jets and Giants have promised to sue if the authority approves the new plan.
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A contractor working on the project told the Bergen Record the project could be sped up if they were paid an additional $10 million.
“There’s no doubt that he was a great player for them, and he’ll always be,” Ronde said of his brother. “He’ll bounce back into there, hopefully on the good side of that relationship sooner or later.”
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The mega-complex formerly known as Xanadu is expected to have up to 150,000 visitors a day, far eclipsing the number who attended the Talmud event at MetLife Stadium on Wednesday.
Wednesday night’s crowd at the Meadowlands was expected to be bigger than that of any Giants or Jets game. MetLife Stadium was to host more than 90,000 Jewish faithful.
The shopping and entertainment center formerly known as Xanadu could see up to 150,000 visitors a day.
Super Bowl XLVIII is still nearly a year and a half away, but plans are well underway for the event.
The Giants and Jets don’t want it. Neither do the residents. But on Tuesday a prominent leader said New Jersey desperately needs the mega-mall once known as “Xanadu.”