New York Giants
“I dominated when I played. There was nobody better at my position. Nobody.” Actually, Simeon, there was. His name is Michael Strahan.
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The Giants announced the move on Wednesday, a day after releasing veteran defensive lineman Mathias Kiwanuka. The two moves will save the team just under $6 million in salary cap space.
A defensive mainstay and former two-time champion has been shown the door by the Giants.
“The goal is for (Pierre-Paul) to be a Giant, and play as a Giant forever and retire a Giant,” Tom Coughlin said.
Tom Coughlin won’t have to worry about constant questions about his contract during the 2015 season.
The Giants announced the move on Tuesday, roughly three weeks before Ogletree could have become an unrestricted free agent.
Unlike the traditional franchise tag, the non-exclusive franchise tag allows other teams to offer Pierre-Paul a contract.
Between now and March 2, NFL teams have to decide whether or not to use a franchise tag on certain players. The Giants are currently thinking long and hard about wether they will do just that with Jason Pierre-Paul.
After overcoming three ACL reconstructions during his time in college and the pros, the veteran defensive back retired from the NFL on Thursday, the Giants announced on their website.
“It has always been a goal and a dream of mine to play in the NFL,” Jones said Wednesday after signing his contract. “This is the first step, and I look forward to taking many more.”
The way owners and front office executives react to angry letters tells a lot about them as people. It separates class from trash, smart from idiotic.
The Giants are importing some beef. Multiple reports say the team will be adding Brett Jones, the Canadian Football League’s reigning O-lineman of the year, to its roster.
Tagging Jason Pierre-Paul, which would deprive the impending free agent of seeking out more lucrative pastures, would not sit well with him at all. It might even hinder long-term negotiations.
We know what Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. can do on the football field, but have you seen him on the basketball court?