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Myers: Giants GM Reese always on the money

Myers: Giants GM Reese always on the money

nydailynews.com Updated Feb 6, 2013
You can say this for GM Jerry Reese: He has earned the trust of Giants fans because he has helped build two Super Bowl champions. Reese is able to distance himself from the emotional aspect of the NFL by saying goodbye to Bradshaw, whom he drafted in 20…
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  • NY Giants GM Jerry Reese has the track record to back up cuttin…

    NY Giants GM Jerry Reese has the track record to back up cutting Michael Boley, Chris Canty, and Ahmad Bradshaw

    You can say this for GM Jerry Reese: He has earned the trust of Giants fans because he has helped build two Super Bowl champions. Reese is able to distance himself from the emotional aspect of the NFL by saying goodbye to Bradshaw, whom he drafted in 20…
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  • With Boley Gone, Jacquian Williams Is Next Man Up

    With Boley Gone, Jacquian Williams Is Next Man Up

    Michael Boley was a productive outside linebacker for the Giants the past four seasons, especially down the stretch in 2011 — the Giants’ most recent Super Bowl winning season. But football is a business, and with the imminent salary cap issues the Gi
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  • Sapp was concerned he wouldn’t make it to the Hall of Fame

    Sapp was concerned he wouldn’t make it to the Hall of Fame

    profootballtalk.com Feb 6, 2013
    Warren Sapp made it to the Hall of Fame on his first try.  He had doubts that it would happen. “Absolutely,” Sapp told WDAE in Tampa, via JoeBucsFan.com. Sapp was specifically concerned about his ability to eke out Giants defensive end Michael Straha
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  • Breakfast links: Giants' retooling defense

    Breakfast links: Giants' retooling defense

    ESPN.com Feb 6, 2013
    Washington Redskins The dude accused of assaulting Trent Williams in a Honolulu nightclub before the Pro Bowl says he's not guilty. Which is weird, since it seems like a ton of people saw what happened. But I wasn't one of them, so what do I know? Redsk…
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  • NFL Draft: Can Fluker Be the Guy For Giants?

    NFL Draft: Can Fluker Be the Guy For Giants?

    Offensive line is a high priority for the Giants this offseason. They are in need a young stud, especially at tackle, to come right in and start pankaking people. The buzz is that Alabama’s D.J. Fluker could be a possibility for the Blue in the first ro
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  • New York Giants Daily Links: Defensive Overhaul Underway

    New York Giants Daily Links: Defensive Overhaul Underway

    Stick with us for news and analysis as the Giants begin to reshape their roster this offseason. The new NFL year and free agency begin at 4:00pm on March 12th.  Teams must be under the salary cap (which has yet to be determined) at that time. Here’s th
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  • Video - NFL32OT: Jets Hope For Better Outcome 02:27

    NFL32OT: Jets Hope For Better Outcome

    Feb 6
    Episode 264: New York Jets safety LaRon Landry discusses his preparations during the offseason and what's next for his team in the 2013 season. The NFL32 crew discusses the Giants release of Ahmad Bradshaw.
  • Video - Giants Release Bradshaw, Canty 03:27

    Giants Release Bradshaw, Canty

    Feb 6
    ESPNNewYork.com's Ohm Youngmisuk discusses the Giants' decision to release RB Ahmad Bradshaw and DT Chris Canty.
  • Video - New York Giants release running back Ahmad Bradshaw 07:38

    New York Giants release running back Ahmad Bradshaw

    Feb 6
    The New York Giants release running back Ahmad Bradshaw after six years. Ian Rapoport has more.
  • Video - New York Giants release running back Ahmad Bradshaw 07:38

    New York Giants release running back Ahmad Bradshaw

    Feb 6
    The New York Giants release running back Ahmad Bradshaw after six years. Ian Rapoport has more.

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