The Jets have signed free agent wide receiver Mardy Gilyard.
Antrel Rolle and the Giants know there’s no room for error in their pursuit of winning the NFC East.
Backup quarterback used to be considered a vital position. However, many teams are gambling that they aren’t going to suffer key quarterback injuries.
The weakness within the division is a good thing for the Giants this season. But the great competition that has been a staple of the NFC East for years is now a part of history.
It’s that time of year again — the time when NFL coaches are on the hot seat.
One way or the other, the Giants always seem to be hanging on to postseason hopes, rather than marching straight into them. Perhaps this year will be different.
Five weeks into the season we have two unbeaten teams and one winless team. Drew Brees broke a 52-year-old record once thought to be unbreakable. Everybody is over .500 in the NFC West, and what is wrong with the Packers?
Giants defensive end Osi Umenyiora took exception to the rookie’s comments, and decided to issue a challenge to the third-overall draft pick. “If (Trent) looks on tape and he thinks he sees some candy, come try and get it,” Umenyiora said.
New York Giants rookie receiver Rueben Randle was on the receiving end of nationally-televised criticism by NBC football analyst Cris Collinsworth on Sunday, and it has left him a little confused.
Giants wide receiver Ramses Barden has been diagnosed with a concussion, and he did not practice on Wednesday.
“I think we’re still kind of getting through the bumps and bruises of the season, and I think we’re going to be alright,” Cruz said. “I think we’re getting to the chunk of our schedule in these upcoming weeks, and I think we’ll be OK.”
What’s a bigger surprise through the first four weeks of this NFL season: the Cardinals at 4-0 or the Saints at 0-4? Maybe it’s the 3-1 Vikings.
It seems there’s a truce in the NFL’s most bitter — and oftentimes juvenile — feud.
Getting off to an 0-2 start in the NFC East isn’t causing the Super Bowl-champion Giants to hit the panic button. Far from it.
Eli Manning joined Mike Francesa a day after the Giants’ loss to the Eagles on Sunday night. He shared his thoughts on the tough defeat, which ended on a missed 54-yard field goal by Lawrence Tynes.
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