This is the March 16, 2012 news archive. View today's Giants rumors and news.
Did you know that the last time DeSean Jackson ran back a punt for a touchdown was Dec. 19, 2010? New York Giants fans remember the day, and while this past year's Super Bowl title helped erase some of the painful memories of a 2010 season stolen in an …
Share TweetThe Kansas City Chiefs have signed former Raiders and Giants tight end Kevin Boss to a three-year, $9 million contract, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.Source: ESPN.comShare TweetOn Thursday morning, a report surfaced that tight end Jeremy Shockey would like to return to the Giants. Former Giants receiver Amani Toomer responded by indicating that the Giants probably don’t feel the same way. Toomer, who explained during Super BShare TweetThe Giants signed former Redskins’ safety Chris Horton yesterday to compete for a spot in their secondary this summer. The 6’1”³, 215 lb Horton was taken in the seventh round of the the 2008 NFL Draft by Washington after a …Source: giantsfootballblog.com
Reese Steering Giants From Complacency By Signing Hungry PlayersUpdated Mar 16, 2012 Share TweetGiants’ GM Jerry Reese has been busy this offseason, preparing to defend the Lombardi Trophy by signing free agents. He hasn’t gone after any big fish, just names he has kept in his valuable database of players he feels might …Source: giantsfootballblog.com
Mario’s gold rush starts in SFUpdated Mar 16, 2012 Share TweetMario Manningham may soon be joining the wide receiver free-agent frenzy. The Giants’ Super Bowl hero made his first free-agent visit on Thursday, to San FranciscoSource: nydailynews.com
Don Banks: What's next in Saints' bounty saga?Mar 16While the NFL's busy free-agent signing period and Peyton Manning's Magical Mystery Tour continue to dominate the headlines this week, still looming in the background is the pending outcome of the Saints' bounty scandal. League commissioner Roger Goodel…
Clayton: Free-agency winners, losersMar 16The Buccaneers showed much-needed aggression, but the Dolphins once again failed to land the big fish, John Clayton writes.
Jim Trotter: NFL remaining hands off in union's investigation of bounty sc…Mar 16In a letter sent to the NFL Players Association on Wednesday, the NFL said it would neither facilitate the union's investigation into the bounty scandal involving the New Orleans Saints, nor delay discipline against players, coaches and management alleg…