No Respect? Umenyiora, Giants Out To Prove Title Was No 'Fluke' The Giants rode a hot stretch late last season all the way to the Canyon of Heroes. Now Osi Umenyiora wants to take that momentum and apply it to 2012.
Ex-Giant Amani Toomer: Tony Romo, Not Eli Manning, Best QB In NFC EastAmani Toomer just ripped a page right out of Tiki Barber's playbook.
B&C Morning Show: Eli Vs. Romo - Who Ya' Got???Amani Toomer found his way into the news cycle after saying he would prefer to have Tony Romo under center, rather than his old Giants teammate - and two-time Super Bowl MVP - Eli Manning.
Silverman: Kurt Warner's Honest Approach Takes GutsWhen Warner said he was scared to let his sons play the game, quite a few members of the pro football fraternity turned on him. I say good for you, Kurt.
Giants' Osi: Toomer 'Dead Wrong' For Comments On WarnerFormer Giants wide receiver Amani Toomer has been a one-man headline machine lately. His latest comments drew harsh criticism from a pair of former teammates.
Toomer: Time Running Out For Sanchez As Jets' Starting QBAmani Toomer has moved on from his war of words with former Giants teammate Jeremy Shockey. Next target: Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez.
B&C Morning Show: Toomer-Shockey Twitter WarTwo former Giants teammates, Jeremy Shockey and Amani Toomer, had a pretty feisty exchange on Twitter Thursday.
Report Sparks Twitter War Between Ex-Giants Jeremy Shockey, Amani ToomerControversial tight end Jeremy Shockey reportedly wants a second go-round in East Rutherford. Enter former teammate Amani Toomer.
B&C Morning Show: Wednesday's Podcast, MOTD, Ratings BonanzaBoomer called the Super Bowl and was heard by over 23 million people, a fact we learned just prior to Jerry Recco's delivery of his highly anticipated 'Moment of the Day.'
B&C Morning Show: Amani Toomer Talks 9/11, Football And MassagesKeeping the Football Friday theme going, Al Dukes booked Amani Toomer to call in and talk with Boomer & Craig for a bit.
Jennie Finch To Follow In Amani Toomer's Footsteps, Run NYC Marathon For CharityRetired softball star Jennie Finch will run the 2011 ING New York City Marathon for charity. She'll start last in the field, and Timex will donate $1 to NYRR's youth programs for each person she passes.