Super Bowl XLVI
“Seriously, I’ve got goals,” Coughlin said. “I’ve got things I want to get done. I’ve got a foundation. I’ve got a family. I’ve got all these things that I would still very much like to accomplish.”
A key part of the Giants’ Super Bowl championship team a year ago, the 30-year-old Boley appeared in all 16 games last year but was hampered by hamstring, hip and shoulder injuries at various times.
“Every man needs to go and look at himself in the mirror,” Rolle said. “… It kind of comes down to, ‘Does this guy want to be here? Is this guy going to play? Is he going to lay it all on the line come Sunday?'”
A source told CBS Sports the Giants have activated Travis Beckum from the PUP list.
Would Tom Coughlin and Eli Manning be Hall of Famers if their careers ended today? One legendary Giant certainly thinks so.
The New York Giants have been ranked third in the first-ever AP Pro32 NFL power rankings, a new pro football version of the AP Top 25 college football and basketball polls.
One of the stories that may not get much play this summer throughout the league is the legitimate chance the defending champions have of repeating and building at least a mini-dynasty. That would be a mistake.
Giants lineman Chris Snee is looking to add as many Super Bowl rings as possible before he retires.
Hakeem Nicks broke a bone in his right foot at the team’s OTAs on May 24th, and it was reported at the time that he would be on the shelf for approximately 12 weeks. But the 2009 first-round pick of Big Blue has different ideas.
Ballard, 24, spent two seasons with the Giants after being signed as a rookie free agent out of Ohio State in 2010. He was released Monday after he failed a physical.
Training camp is still about a month away, but this is a season that has historic potential. The Giants should be explosive on offense and ferocious on defense this season. It’s the latter category that gives them a big edge on the competition
President Barack Obama honored New York’s Super Bowl XLVI victory over New England in a ceremony on Friday. In return, Tom Coughlin’s squad presented the president with his own No. 44 jersey.
It seemed like the obvious move for the Giants as soon as they won Super Bowl XLVI over the Patriots and completed yet another memorable postseason run. They had little choice but to lock up Tom Coughlin for a contract extension.
Giants co-owner John Mara left no doubt after Super Bowl XLVI that a deal would get done to extend head coach Tom Coughlin. He just made good on that promise.
Tom Coughlin may be the oldest head coach in the NFL, but he’s not about to start thinking about the “R” word.