New York Giants
Tom Coughlin must be having night sweats — again. His starting left tackle joins luminaries such as Hakeem Nicks, Jason Pierre-Paul and Jon Beason as offseason injuries that had a major effect on Big Blue.
Giants starting left tackle Will Beatty is going to be sidelined up to six months after tearing a pectoral muscle, the team announced on Thursday.
Justin Pugh is a candidate to move from the right side to the left side in Beatty’s absence.
The change was approved only for 2015, then will be reviewed. But Texans general manager Rick Smith predicts it will become permanent.
It’s not about greed, he maintains. Beckham believes that players should be compensated more due to the violent nature of professional football.
It’s a touch premature to tab the Giants as Super Bowl contenders. But thanks to EA Sports, they now have the face to represent such lofty goals.
Odell Beckham Jr.’s breakout tour continues. Giants fans just hope his latest honor doesn’t come with a curse.
The New York Giants have signed four players who came to a rookie camp last weekend on a tryout basis.
Steve Spagnuolo didn’t let the New York Giants’ relative talent level impact his decision to accept an opportunity for a second go-around as coach Tom Coughlin’s defensive coordinator.
Aside from the 15-minute proximity to his house, the Scarlet Knights’ all-time leader in touchdown passes (73) saw the Giants as his best shot to land a roster spot.
The New York Giants have signed two draft picks, terminated the contracts of receiver Kevin Ogletree and linebacker Terrell Manning, and signed six undrafted rookies.
The NFL draft was not just another in a series of moves designed to improve the New York Giants.
The Giants figure to be bigger up front and more dynamic on defense when the regular season starts in September.
The Giants got uncharacteristically aggressive to begin the second round of the NFL draft on Friday evening.
Having put the finishing touches on their offensive line in the first round of the NFL draft, expect Big Blue to turn its attention to the other side of the ball Friday.