Giants Release Will Beatty, Geoff Schwartz; Jon Beason RetiresThe cuts will free up nearly $12 million in cap space.
Giants Season Review: Huge Leap Possible In 2016?The first casualty of the New York Giants fourth straight playoff miss occurred on Monday, when veteran head coach Tom Coughlin officially stepped down from his position.
Team Captain Goes On IR, Giants Looking For A HeroAnother week and another couple of starters have to be placed on the injured reserve list. as tight end Larry Donnell and long snapper Zak DeOssie are now lost for the season.
Injury Report: Big Blue Injury Crew Limps To Tampa Bay To Challenge Young BucsThe New York Giants of the 1980s were dubbed the "Big Blue Wrecking Crew" because of the ferocious defense those teams played under Bill Parcells. Lately the G-men have resembled anything but a wrecking crew, and their banged up defense will try and stop Jameis Winston and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday.
Dottino: What To Watch For In Giants-Bucs, Plus A PredictionIt's time for the next "must-win" on the Giants' schedule. And there may be a few more of these before this season is over if they are going to remain in the hunt for the NFC East title.
Injury Report: Giants Getting Healthier At The Right TimeThe news on the injury front was mostly positive, as both Rueben Randle and Odell Beckham were not even listed. Linebacker Uani 'Unga returned to practice this week and should be able to play on Sunday. Geoff Schwartz will likely be on the field at the Superdome after being listed as probable, but linebacker J.T. Thomas is out with an ankle injury.
Beckham, Beason Among Banged-Up Giants Hoping To Play SundayWhen the New York Giants have talked about injured players being ready for the Dallas Cowboys, most of the discussion tends to focus on wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.
Dottino: What To Watch For In Giants-Eagles, Plus A PredictionThe Giants, who were 26th in rushing at 91 yards per game through Week 5, are unlikely to run the ball well against the Eagles.
Injury Report: Gimpy Cornerbacks, Receivers Complicate Giants' Game PlanIt always seems to be one step forward and two steps back with the New York Giants. After clawing their way to first place atop the NFC east, the G-men will have to win a game in Philadelphia without Prince Amukamara, Victor Cruz and Devon Kennard, and perhaps Odell Beckham, Jr. and Rueben Randle as well.
Dottino: What To Watch For In Giants-49ers, Plus A Prediction ...Credit coach Tom Coughlin for dragging the Giants out of their 0-2 hole - two painful losses that could have been victories.
Have No Fear: Giants Back In The Hunt Following Consecutive WinsThe New York Giants' horrible start to the season is a distant memory.
Despite Win, Coughlin Not Thrilled With How Giants Played In Fourth QuarterWhile the New York Giants had a lot more fun watching the game film after avoiding an 0-3 start, coach Tom Coughlin still has concerns about his team.
Injury Report: Giants' Beason Likely To Make 2015 Debut Against RedskinsThe New York Giants' injury list increased significantly after the loss to the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday.
Injury Report: Cruz Still Out For Giants, Beason May Play Against FalconsThe New York Giants left Texas last week with the egos bruised and a foursome of new player injuries. The carryover injury to Victor Cruz does not seem to be heading to resolution this week, but Jon Beason has been making slow progress.
Beason, Cruz Ruled Out Of Giants' OpenerThe Giants announced the injuries on Friday with Beason a bit of a surprise.