Rob Gronkowski and Chad Ochocinco are set to suit up for the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLVI, meanwhile Ahmad Bradshaw is ready to go for the Giants.
New York City is the place to be for football right now. With the city serving as the center of the football world, Neil Keefe thought it would be a good idea to recap where the Giants and Jets are at midseason.
Perhaps coach Tom Coughlin ought to force his team to eat apples to keep the doctor away.
As if facing the Patriots isn’t hard enough, the Giants may be without their top receiver and one true deep threat.
“I hope we have enough uniforms for these guys,” Giants coach Tom Coughlin said on Wednesday.
If the 4-2 Giants indeed have a successful break, it’ll show next week against Miami. But more than that, they’ll at least have most of their ammo for a post-Miami stretch that includes New England, San Francisco, Philadelphia, New Orleans, Green Bay, and Dallas.
The Giants were thought by many to be out of the NFC East race before the season even began. Don’t look now, but they’re in first place — and reinforcements are on the way.
Heading into the bye week, the banged-up New York Giants are surprisingly in first place in the NFC East with much-needed reinforcements seemingly on the horizon.
The New York Giants have had tough luck at the corner position as Prince Amukamara and Bruce Johnson suffer back-to-back training camp injuries.
The Giants responded quickly to the NFL’s labor agreement on Monday by changing the home page on its website with a welcome back. “Giants Football Is Back. Do You Like It? Thanks For Being The Best Fans In The World!”
Mark Sanchez is hosting teammates in California for “Jets West” camp. Eli Manning wanted to keep his workouts closer to the Giants’ football home.
The Giants have placed Steve Smith on injured reserve with a knee injury. The G-Men announced the expected move Thursday and signed tight end Jake Ballard to take his spot on the roster.
The Giants confirmed the signing late Tuesday night and announced they had waived tight end Jake Ballard.
Giants wide receiver Ramses Barden will likely miss the remainder of the season with what coach Tom Coughlin deemed “significant ligament injury” and a fracture in his left ankle.
New York Giants CB Aaron Ross probably is expected to be sidelined this week with inflammation in his right foot.