This is the July 28, 2013 news archive. View today's Giants rumors and news.
Yes, Hakeem Nicks was on the field the first two days of camp, but didn’t make it through the second day. The oft-injured Giants receiver made a highlight catch over Corey Webster during individual drills Sunday, but that was his final play of the day.Upvote Share Tweet
Vacchiano: For Prince, a life lessonThere was no way Prince Amukamara was going to react. Not while he was being carried down a hallway over Jason Pierre-Paul’s shoulders. Not while his teammates were screaming at him to fight back. Not while he was being flung into the cold tub . . . aga…Upvote Share Tweet
Off-Season Problems Cloud Hopes for Giants’ Connor and Hillnytimes.com Updated Jul 28, 2013While most of the Giants at training camp were busy looking ahead, linebacker Dan Connor and safety Will Hill were addressing their off-the-field issues.Upvote Share TweetEAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) -- The stress of coping with life led Will Hill to use marijuana, the New York Giants safety said Sunday in his first comments after being hit by the NFL with his second four-game suspension.Upvote Share TweetNot everyone hides behind the shield of “pending legal proceedings.” Giants linebacker Dan Connor spoke Sunday about his recent arrest for having a switchblade in his luggage at the Philadelphia International Airport. “I was flying out to a wedding in P…Upvote Share Tweet
Will Hill Still Dealing With Troublesome PastGiants safety Will Hill was a once-promising Jersey City high school football star who’s road to stardom was derailed by, well, him. In 2007, several college scouting sources, including ESPN, rated Hill as one of the top incoming freshmen in the nation.…Upvote Share Tweet
Giants' Hill: Pot use caused positive testsGiants safety Will Hill, who was suspended four games last week for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy, talked about being held up at shotgun, being viewed as an ATM and entering a rehabilitation clinic for drug abuse on Easter.Upvote Share TweetRyan D’Imperio still adjusting to fullback with the Giants after playing linebacker at RutgersUpvote Share Tweet
Falcons experimenting with Umenyiora as stand-up linebackerOver the course of Osi Umenyiora’s nine years with the Giants, we grew accustomed to seeing him with his hand in the dirt before taking off after an opposing quarterback. He’ll be wearing a different uniform after signing with the Falcons and that might…Upvote Share Tweet
Autograph Day Today at Giants’ CampAutograph Day at Quest this afternoon….still scheduled for outdoors, but that could change…. until we say otherwise, it is outside – keep checking our twitter handle for any updates @— New York Giants (@Giants)Upvote Share TweetGiants GM Jerry Reese is focusing on getting his team back up to standards this year. “I have a couple of numbers that I’ve been bouncing around in my head. The (first) number is 190. That’s 190 days until the Super Bowl is played at MetLife Stadium ove…Upvote Share TweetLast week, Giants coach Tom Coughlin said that defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul has done well in his rehab from back surgery but stopped short of giving a prediction about whether or not the defensive end would join his teammates on the field for the fir…Upvote Share Tweet
A look at Giant question marksESPN.com Updated Jul 28, 2013If you've watched "SportsCenter" this morning, you've likely noticed that it's camped out at New York Giants training camp up in East Rutherford, N.J. Hannah Storm, Sal Paolantonio and Antonio Pierce are discussing everything from Jerry Reese'…Upvote Share Tweet
Giants’ PUP List: Snee Planning on Short StayThe Giants have five players on the Phyically Unable to Perform – or PUP – list this camp. We know JPP (back) is in the midst of rehab as are Henry Hynoski (knee) and Markus Kuhn (also a knee). Terrell Thomas (knee) was cleared by doctors, but the team …Upvote Share Tweet
Pressure Off, Curry Takes Fun Route in Jumpstarting CareerLB Aaron Curry’s career has been all about trying to live up to the expectations heaped upon him as a fourth-overall draft choice. This time around, with the Giants, those expectations have been tempered and Curry is being given a fair shot at fulfillin…Upvote Share TweetDay Two of camp is scheduled for today. Practice will begin at 1:30 and end around 3:45. If you have any designs about attending, get there early….some headlines for this morning… GEICO SportsNite was on hand at Quest yesterday as the Giants took the fi…Upvote Share Tweet
Justin Tuck thanks “ignorant writers” for motivationGiants General Manager Jerry Reese told his team that everyone is “on notice” that missing the playoffs again this season isn’t an acceptable outcome. One of the ways the Giants can avoid that fate is by getting more productivity out of defensive end Ju…Upvote Share Tweet
Justin Tuck goes 1-on-1 with Shaun O'Hara at New York Giants cCampJul 28New York Giants defensive end Justin Tuck goes 1-on-1 with former teammate Shaun O'Hara on how the defensive line reads the offensive running game.
New York Giants safety Antrel Rolle aiming for Super BowlJul 28New York Giants safety Antrel Rolle breaks down the adjustments the team needs to make in order to get back in contention for a Super Bowl.
Cruz Happy To Be With GiantsJul 28Victor Cruz sits down with Hannah Storm to discuss his contract extension and his goals for the 2013 season.
Giants Looking To Host Super BowlJul 28Antonio Pierce and Sal Paolantonio break down the Giants' goals heading into the 2013 season.
NFL 2013 training camps -- Cris Carter's top 10 wide receiversJul 28Cris Carter's list of the NFL's 10 best receivers favors big men and has an easy choice at No. 1.
Don Banks: Newsome, Ravens not panicking after loss of PittaJul 28OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- The news of Baltimore tight end Dennis Pitta's likely season-ending hip injury on Saturday was the kind of solar plexus blow that can knock a football team back on its heels, especially one that's riding high as it opens the defense…
NFL mailbag - Injuries could slow offensive plansJul 28Mailbag: Injuries and suspensions could keep teams from going full speed ahead with their offensive plans, writes John Clayton.