New York Giants
“I hugged him and wouldn’t let him go,” Sapp said. “I said, ‘Please forgive me.’ I said, ‘Dumb Lex Luthor came to the city of Gotham and pulled Superman’s cape. How foolish could I have been, my man? Please forgive me.’”
Giants great Michael Strahan is beyond excited to be selected as a member of this year’s Pro Football Hall of Fame class. “It’s incredible,” he said.
Strahan, a seven-time Pro Bowl defensive end, is heading to Canton, along with linebacker Derrick Brooks, receiver Andre Reed, defensive back Aeneas Williams, offensive lineman Walter Jones, defensive end Claude Humphrey, and punter Ray Guy.
Just because we’ve moved a couple of days closer to Sunday’s 6:30 p.m. kickoff doesn’t mean there hasn’t been a bit of Giants news hanging over Super Bowl week.
A memorabilia dealer is taking aim at the Giants in a lawsuit that alleges the team and quarterback Eli Manning knowingly created and pushed fake game-worn items in order to hang on to the real stuff themselves.
If it wasn’t personal before, it definitely is now. Warren Sapp took his feud with Michael Strahan to a new low when he made reference to the Giants legend’s “gap tooth” and challenged him to a one-on-one meeting anytime, anywhere.
The guys are back at M&M’s World for a Thursday program, and they opened the show breaking down the New York Post story of the Giants and Eli Manning being accused of creating fake or altered memorabilia.
“Playing football, sacking quarterbacks, that was part of my life, and I did it and I moved on. The tiger does not pay attention to the opinion of the sheep.”
For whatever reason, Warren Sapp has a real problem with Michael Strahan getting into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, which could very well happen Saturday when the inductees for 2014 are announced.
Terrell Thomas feels a serious sense of loyalty, considering Big Blue stuck with him through two major knee injuries that wiped out his 2011 and ’12 seasons.
The Giants have hired Danny Langsdorf as their new quarterbacks coach and re-assigned two others in a shuffling of their offensive coaches.
He was a rock on an offensive line that help the Giants win two Vince Lombardi trophies. But on Friday offensive lineman David Diehl retired after spending all 11 of his NFL seasons with Big Blue.
The Seahawks have proven that you don’t need first-round pedigrees to get to the top of the mountain. They have done it by building, working hard and doing it with a relentless attitude. The Giants used to do it that way. They don’t anymore.
Jacobs is still mad about his time with the San Francisco 49ers. And that’s the understatement of the century.
When Boomer and Craig took a call from a fella named Kerry on this Wednesday morning, I don’t think either guy could have imagined the burden Kerry was looking to relieve himself of.