New York Giants
A six-year veteran, Gordy has played in 59 regular-season games with 11 starts — eight at cornerback, one at free safety and two as an extra defensive back.
The term “status quo” apparently does not appear in the NFL’s competitive lexicon.
Former NFL kicker Lawrence Tynes has filed a lawsuit against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers over a MRSA infection he contracted in a toe on his kicking foot, prematurely ending his career.
Reese could trade down and acquire more picks, but if he does not, he has to look seriously at Texas defensive tackle Malcom Brown, who has quickness, anger and excellent hands.
With rumors swirling around that Chargers quarterback Phillip River might be on the trading block, Craig posed an interesting question to Boomer, Giants fans and football fans alike…
Paysinger, who signed Thursday, is a four-year veteran with 14 career starts, all for the New York Giants from 2011-14. He has seen significant action on special teams.
The Nebraska star acknowledged he’s “worried” about how this will affect his position in the draft, where a significant drop would mean millions in lost salary.
The Giants head coach is just an old-school guy from Waterloo. He definitely isn’t OK with anyone speaking out of turn. That means you, Siri.
“I think we’re going to have a dominant offense,” Jennings told reporters. “Eli (Manning) is really comfortable in the offense now, being able to control a lot from the line of scrimmage.”
Needless to say Boomer didn’t care too much for what Jerry had to say, so Craig sat back and let the guys go at it, and go at it they did…
Might this be Eli Manning’s last season with the Giants? It might be heresy, but it’s at least possible.
The New York Giants have signed George Selvie, a college teammate of Jason Pierre-Paul, to help strengthen their defensive line.
The 6-foot-6, 330-pound Brewer signed Thursday, a day after visiting with the Jets. He was a fourth-round draft pick by the Giants out of Indiana in 2011.
The eight-year veteran shared the position with Larry Donnell last season, playing in all 16 games. He had 16 receptions for 188 yards and a career-high four touchdowns.
Osi Umenyiora wants to retire, whenever that day comes, as a member of Big Blue. But in the meantime his next stop could be with their MetLife Stadium co-tenants.