Giants Interviewing Finalists For New General ManagerOne candidate we know on that list is Buffalo Bills assistant general manager Joe Schoen.
Jets' All-Time Receiving Leader, Super Bowl III Champion Don Maynard Dies At 86The Jets retired retired Maynard's jersey number 13 and inducted him into the team's Ring of Honor in 2010.
Dave Gettleman Retires After 4 Seasons As GM Of GiantsThe Giants finished the 2021 season with a 4-13 record, last place in the NFC East.
Jets Put Up Franchise-Low 53 Total Yards In Season-Ending Loss To BillsThe Buffalo Bills clinched their second consecutive AFC East title after Devin Singletary scored twice in the final 8:21 in a 27-10 win over the New York Jets on Sunday.
Giants Go Down Meekly To Washington In What Might Be Dave Gettleman's Final Game As GMAntonio Gibson ran for a career-high 146 yards, scored a touchdown and capped his first 1,000-yard rushing season by leading Washington to a 22-7 victory over the New York Giants on Sunday.
New Yorker's Lawsuit Claims Jets, Giants Are Taking Advantage Of New York NameBoth teams currently play their home games at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.
Brown Walks Away, Brady Once Again Breaks Jets' Hearts As Buccaneers Rally To Win In Final MinuteAntonio Brown was apparently frustrated and angry. So he walked away. From the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. And possibly his NFL career.
Giants Manage Just 151 Total Yards Of Offense In Lopsided Loss To BearsTeammates kept asking Robert Quinn when he would set the record and refused to let him forget how close he was. He didn't really need the reminders.
Former Giants, Broncos, Falcons Coach Dan Reeves Dies At 77Including his stint with the New York Giants, Reeves totaled 190 coaching victories — the ninth-most in NFL history.
John Madden 'Touched A Lot Of Lives,' Fellow Sports Broadcaster Jim Nantz SaysJohn Madden "touched a lot of lives" as a player, NFL Hall of Fame coach and broadcaster, fellow sports broadcaster Jim Nantz said following his death.
John Madden, Legendary NFL Sportscaster And Coach, Dies At 85John Madden, the legendary sportscaster and football coach, died "unexpectedly" Tuesday morning, the NFL said. He was 85.