Jon Beason was back on the field Monday for the first time in three months, which is the best news the team could get. Unless he played offense, of course. The veteran linebacker was back from an offseason toe injury, and said he was ready to play the o…Upvote Share Tweet
Preseason predictions: Low expectationsESPN.com 6 hours agoThis will not come as a major surprise to anyone who's been paying attention, but the preseason predictions are not kind to the New York Giants. We had 64 people here at ESPN issue preseason predictions -- all 32 of our NFL Nation team reporters plus 32…Upvote Share Tweet
Giants Insider: G-Men insist it's a sprint, not a marathonnydailynews.com 18 hours agoLast season may be long over, but the lingering stench of the Giants’ 0-6 start a year ago has remained with Big Blue heading into the season opener.Upvote Share TweetA week away from the Giants’ season opener, Coach Tom Coughlin said he was fed up with the unremitting questions about the injured receiver Odell Beckham.Upvote Share Tweet
Giants' offense grasping for positivesESPN.com Sep 1 (yesterday)EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Eli Manning says he doesn't care what the outside perception of the New York Giants' offense is, and Manning is easy to believe when he says such things. He is certainly accomplished enough in his career that he has no need to c…Upvote Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Sep 1 (yesterday)The arrival of Andre Williams in the 2014 draft helped squeeze 2013 seventh-round pick Michael Cox off of the Giants’ 53-man roster, but Cox won’t be far away should the Giants decide they want him back on Sundays this fall. Cox was one of seven players…Upvote Share Tweet
All eyes on Eli Manning, Ben McAdoo as Giants offense focal pointnydailynews.com Sep 1 (yesterday)It is the relationship that will define the Giants’ 2014 season and it goes to a new level this week. Sometime on Monday, Eli Manning will enter the Giants’ practice facility, and he’ll sit down with offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo.Upvote Share Tweet
Vacchiano: Giants got defensive this offseason, and Lions will test them out right awaynydailynews.com Sep 1 (yesterday)For all the justifiable concern about the miserable summer for the Giants’ offense, it’s been easy to forget what the franchise did during the offseason: Spent a ton of money with a majority of it going to the defense.Upvote Share TweetESPN.com Aug 31 (2 days ago)The New York Giants announced Sunday that they've filled seven of the 10 available spots on their practice squad. Of the seven players signed, six were released by the Giants in Saturday's cut-down to 53 players. The seventh, offensive tackle Nick Becto…Upvote Share Tweet
Giants keep underdog WR Corey Washington on final rosterHe was the bright star of the Giants’ dismal preseason, the touchdown machine on the team that struggled to find the end zone. And now, Corey Washington is officially a Giant.Upvote Share Tweet
Nebraska WR Jordan Westerkamp makes amazing behind-the-back catchFirst there was the "butt fumble," now we have a "butt catch."Upvote Share Tweet
Giants keep some young projects instead of veteransThe Giants cut some big names, but kept some young players who fit their mold of finding talent in unusual places. They were able to keep undrafted rookie wide receiver Corey Washington and defensive end Kerry Wynn, after explosive preseason performance…Upvote Share TweetJohn Idzik’s patience unsurprisingly ran out on Dimitri Patterson. The Jets cut the veteran cornerback Saturday after a strange saga that started when Patterson did not show up for the team’s preseason game against the Giants.Upvote Share TweetESPN.com Aug 30 (3 days ago)Most significant move: Due to the Odell Beckham Jr. injury and the inability of Mario Manningham to make the team, the New York Giants ended up having to carry six wide receivers, including undrafted Corey Washington and former Buccaneer Preston Parker,…Upvote Share TweetThe Giants brought back Super Bowl hero Mario Manningham this offseason after he spent two injury-plagued seasons in San Francisco, but he couldn’t stay healthy enough to make the club. According to multiple reports, the Giants will place Manningham on …Upvote Share TweetIt’s been a bad weekend to be a Painter. Quarterback Curtis has been cut by the Giants. Now, offensive lineman Vinston, a sixth-round pick in 2013, has been waived by the Broncos, per a league source. Painter has been down this road before. Last year, h…Upvote Share Tweet
Idonije out in New YorkThe Giants’ march to 53 includes a veteran defensive lineman who possibly is reaching the end of an intriguing road in professional football. Per a league source, veteran defensive lineman Israel Idonije has been cut by the Giants. He played at the Univ…Upvote Share Tweet
Kellen Davis done in New YorkIt’s still unclear who’ll emerge as the top tight end for the Giants this year. It’s becoming more clear who won’t. Kellen Davis is the latest to be release, joining Dickensian antagonist Xavier Grimble as former Giants tight ends. Davis had three catch…Upvote Share Tweet
Beckham Still Not Close To A ReturnSep 1Dan Graziano discusses the latest news on Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr., who is "weeks away" from a return.
Concerned About Eli Manning?Aug 29Shannon Sharpe and Skip Bayless discuss how concerned the Giants should be with Eli Manning's performance.
Giants Top PatsAug 28Peyton Hillis rushed for a touchdown in the Giants' 16-13 win over the Patriots.
Ranking NFL CoachesAug 27Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic react to Mike Sando's ESPN.com article that ranks the 32 NFL coaches.
Peyton Manning, Are You Driven by the Nightmarish Super Bowl, or Have You …Sep 2.
NFL VP of Officiating Dean Blandino, How are Penalties Going to be Called …Sep 2.
Trying to Put the Instant Back in ReplaySep 1NEW YORK — In the Art McNally Game Day Central room inside the NFL offices on Park Avenue in midtown Manhattan, I learned over the weekend just how the new replay review system will work, ushered through the process by NFL vice president of officiating …
Early Test for NFL's New Domestic Violence PolicySep 1Much to address this morning, three days out from the NFL’s 95th season. I was planning to address the Roger Goodell about-face on domestic violence later in the column, but the Ray McDonald arrest at 3 a.m. Sunday in San Jose, and the 49ers defensive t…