Cornerbacks Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and Prince Amukamara got a little advice from New York Giants coach Tom Coughlin, and it had nothing to do with covering Riley Cooper, Jeremy Maclin or anyone on the Philadelphia Eagles this weekend.
They hit the switch during Wednesday’s practice. Everybody on the 53-man roster participated and the players discovered their swagger as they prepared for Sunday’s home meeting with the Falcons.
The story captivating the news cycle involves Eli’s teammate, cornerback Prince Amukamara, who is apparently having sexual relations regularly.
“For a man … I’m just being honest … it’s helping him out. He walks around with a little more swagger, which is something that we need, which is something that we love.”
Rashad Jennings carried the ball a career-high 34 times against the Texans, and it would be unrealistic to expect him to repeat that workload.
Rashad Jennings’ efforts to motivate his teammates Sunday worked wonders, especially for him. Now, the object is keeping the team together week after week.
It’s time for the Giants to look in the mirror and figure out how they need to play. Houston has been able to execute, while coach Tom Coughlin’s team has failed to do so.
If the Giants are going to run the ball, they’ll have to make sure to neutralize one of the most dominant interior defensive linemen in the league: Ndamukong Suh.
The Giants had their first practice of the regular season on Monday at the team’s facility in East Rutherford, N.J., and prized first -round pick Odell Beckham Jr. was watching from the sidelines.
Coaches just hate when high-drafted rookies get hurt during training camp. They hate it even more when said rookie was slated to take part in a sparkly, new passing offense.
Antrel Rolle has a Super Bowl ring. So does Prince Amukamara. And newcomer Walter Thurmond. Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie knows the ropes. Now, they all need to blend together.
A lot of veterans have left, and these two expect some players to step up big — including themselves.
Prince Amukamara did quite a bit of partying this weekend. But he wasn’t at a nightclub. No, the Giants’ cornerback inexplicably rocked out at a youngster’s Bar Mitzvah.
The Giants revamped their secondary earlier this offseason through free agency, but will remain in the corner of one of their own as well.
After missing time in his first two seasons, Amukamara has stayed healthy and is playing like a top cornerback.