“I can play regular football with no special equipment, no medication, or anything else,” Wilson said. “I’m just excited, most definitely.”
“I’m honored to be called a Giant, and will forever be so,” Snee told WFAN radio shortly after the announcement. “This was a decision I had to make.”
Rex Ryan expects the Jets to do something special this season. And he says his nemesis in New England — Patriots coach Bill Belichick — should be thinking along those lines, too.
Don’t kid yourself. If this O-line doesn’t get it together, whatever improvements were made to the rest of the roster will go for naught.
The Jets have much to accomplish this camp. If they get it done, Rex might just have a shot at sticking around.
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.
“I love the fact that we are going back to Cortland,” head coach Rex Ryan said in a statement. “Everyone knows how I feel about going away. I think it is a big part of building our team camaraderie.”
Nets return home without any new injuries, though point guard Deron Williams and new acquisition Jason Terry remained limited.
The Nets will arrive in Durham on Sept. 30 and will train from Oct. 1-5 at the Blue Devils’ practice facility.
Tom Brady walked off the field under his own power. Several teammates didn’t think he was hurt badly when he grabbed his left knee after being knocked down.
Holmes isn’t likely to say he can run until he is doing sprinting T-drills, cutting and running the distance of the field at full speed. In other words, when he can do what he used to do.
WFAN co-hosts Boomer Esiason and Craig Carton got into it a little bit after watching a fan’s video of Holmes running — or was he jogging?
Only “an ankle”? No big deal? There are so many athletes who might disagree — starting with Derek Jeter.
New York Jets running back Joe McKnight appeared to be OK after he was carted to the locker room, wearing an oxygen mask, after dropping to the field during a drill Monday.
Banged-up and grieving, Justin Tuck contemplated retirement during the 2011 season. Consider it all behind him. The Giants defensive end now says he’s nowhere near calling it a career.