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.
To prepare you for the upcoming campaign, WFAN host Mike Francesa is broadcasting live from Giants camp on Tuesday afternoon.
Always on the clock, Coughlin — red-faced, military-molded, fit and fiery, whistle dangling from his neck like a drill instructor — is literally a lifer.
The Giants’ first pick in this year’s draft has been sidelined throughout the early stages of training camp due to an injured right hamstring, something that has frustrated head coach Tom Coughlin.
Big Blue coach Tom Coughlin knows what to do with last season’s 7-9 record. Let it burn, baby!
Are you ready for some football? What kind of question is that?! The “Boomer & Carton” show is all about giving the audience what it wants.
“I can play regular football with no special equipment, no medication, or anything else,” Wilson said. “I’m just excited, most definitely.”
This is the time to deliver messages to a football team. Tom Coughlin and his coaching staff did so emphatically on Thursday, the final day of the Giants’ minicamp.
While Jon Beason recovers from a broken bone and torn ligament in his right foot, a veteran and a rookie will get long looks as starting linebackers for the New York Giants.
He connected on all sorts of passes, including a deep TD throw that hit Rueben Randle in stride.
Coughlin expects his players to put in a full day’s work for a full day’s pay. He also expects players to maintain some measure of self-control during their time outside the structure and restrictions of the NFL season.
The Giants had serious issues on offense last season. Now they have new coordinator in Ben McAdoo — and a rookie receiver with the skills to bust loose every time he touches the ball.
It stuck out like a sore thumb to WFAN’s Mike Francesa as he was breaking down a leaked Giants schedule: Indy, Seattle, San Fran and Dallas. All in succession. All in November.
It’s one thing to demand rebound seasons from Eli Manning, Victor Cruz and Jason Pierre-Paul, but the Giants must have a powerful draft class if they are going to get back to the postseason.
When Coughlin decides to call it a career, he will be able to retire peacefully, knowing that he has done his job as well or better than the greats who have preceded him. Canton will come calling for a very deserving head coach.