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Giants save $1M by restructuring Mathias Kiwanuka’s contract

Giants save $1M by restructuring Mathias Kiwanuka’s contract

Giants linebacker Mathias Kiwanuka restructured his contract, allowing  the team to for the upcoming year. , $1.5 million of Kiwanuka’s guaranteed salary for next season was converted into a signing bonus. His cap figure drops from $5.125 million to $4
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  • Giants likely to pass on Ramses Barden

    Giants likely to pass on Ramses Barden

    giantsfootballblog.com Feb 25, 2013
    The Giants would like to try and re-sign free agent wide receiver Ramses Barden, but first will allow the former third-round pick to test the open market. In an interview with the New York Post, Barden’s agent, Jeff Sperbeck, explained it will likely be
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  • John Mara’s nephew charged with felony assault

    John Mara’s nephew charged with felony assault

    John Mara, the 22-year-old nephew of Giants co-owner John Mara, has been charged with felony assault, according to the Associated Press. Arrested on Friday, the younger Mara allegedly hit another person in the head with a bottle on New Year’s Eve.  The
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  • Kicking the Tires on the Options at Tight End

    Kicking the Tires on the Options at Tight End

    giantsfootballblog.com Feb 25, 2013
    While we wait to see if the Giants get priced out of the market for pending free agent TE Martellus Bennett, there’s suddenly plenty of other options at TE  bubbling to the surface. We’ll get to those in a minute, but first: Is TE really a “need”
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Sports Columnists

  • 2013 NFL combine -- Slow 40 by Manti Te'o has a real impact

    Feb 25
    Manti Te'o's slow 40 time will hurt his draft stock more than the fake girlfriend episode, writes John Clayton.
  • Peter King:Tom Brady, New England Patriots agree on three-year extension

    Feb 25
    Tom Brady took a huge step today to ensure he'll retire a Patriot, agreeing to a three-year contract extension that will keep him under center for New England through the 2017 season, when he will be 40 years old.
  • Jim Trotter: Finding right O-linemen still vital, but what does that mean …

    Feb 25
    INDIANAPOLIS -- The deepest position in this year's draft is offensive line, where personnel people believe Texas A&M left tackle Luke Joeckel could highlight a class in which at least six linemen are chosen on Day 1.
  • Peter King: Meet the strangers that top this year's draft; more from combi…

    Feb 25
    INDIANAPOLIS -- The first round of the 2013 NFL Draft is two months from tonight, and consider these questions the first ones on the test in this year's Draftology 101 class.