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Cruz, Patriots and Seahawks: Answers to Readers’ Questions

Cruz, Patriots and Seahawks: Answers to Readers’ Questions

nytimes.com Updated Mar 22, 2013
Judy Battista, the N.F.L. reporter for The Times, answers questions from readers.
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  • Source: Falcons hope for Umenyiora deal soon

    Source: Falcons hope for Umenyiora deal soon

    The Atlanta Falcons are making a strong push to sign New York Giants free agent defensive end Osi Umenyiora and are trying to wrap up a deal before the end of the weekend, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter on Friday.
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  • Pondering NFC East Brian Urlacher fits

    Pondering NFC East Brian Urlacher fits

    ESPN.com Mar 22, 2013
    Getting a lot of Brian Urlacher questions, which is what happens whenever a really famous player gets cut. Fans want to know if he makes sense for their teams. I think there's only one NFC East team for which he makes sense, and I think it's the New Yor…
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  • Diehl willing to work with Blue to help keep Cruz

    Diehl willing to work with Blue to help keep Cruz

    David Diehl may soon have to decide if he's willing to accept a pay cut to remain with the Giants in 2013. And on Thursday he said he's willing to do "some things" to make it happen — especially if it helps the Giants keep Victor Cruz.
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  • Giants Free Agent Scorecard

    Giants Free Agent Scorecard

    giantsfootballblog.com Mar 22, 2013
    Contrary to public perception, the Giants have been busy in free agency. They just move at their own pace. Little moves here and there to supplement their core. In the past, they have made some under-the-radar moves that worked out well. Last year, they…
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  • Giants like David Carr’s ability to “run” practice

    Giants like David Carr’s ability to “run” practice

    profootballtalk.com Mar 22, 2013
    Considering the fact Giants quarterback Eli Manning has started 146 straight regular season and postseason games, it almost doesn’t matter who the Giants backup quarterback is. (Knocks on wood, so Tom Coughlin doesn’t have to.) But the decision to bri
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  • Friday Morning Quotebook

    Friday Morning Quotebook

    giantsfootballblog.com Mar 22, 2013
    “It’s stupid. Runners, when you run, you’re automatically tilted. Even a track runner, when they cross the finish line, the first thing there is their head. . . . It’s a stupid rule.” - Giants’ RB David Wilson on the recently passed ‘crown o
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  • David Wilson blasts the “stupid” helmet rule

    David Wilson blasts the “stupid” helmet rule

    profootballtalk.com Mar 22, 2013
    Yes, we’ve found another running back who has weighed in on the NFL’s new rule banning runners delivering hits with the tops of their helmets. And no, we haven’t found a running back who likes the rule yet. The latest to weigh in is David Wilson of
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  • WheelHouse: Will JPP and Tuck Rebound in 2013?

    WheelHouse: Will JPP and Tuck Rebound in 2013?

    giantsfootballblog.com Mar 22, 2013
    In 2012, the Giants’ vaunted pass rush practically disappeared. Veteran stalwarts DE Justin Tuck and Osi Umenyiora combined for only 10 sacks. Budding superstar Jason Pierre-Paul went from 16.5 sacks in 2011 to just 6.5 in 2012. Head coach Tom Coughlin
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  • Mending Giant Snee not hip to OTAs

    Mending Giant Snee not hip to OTAs

    nydailynews.com Mar 22, 2013
    Giants guard Chris Snee, who had hip surgery last month, said he got off crutches “a few days ago” and has started rehabbing. He will attend OTAs this offseason, he said, although he does not plan to participate extensively.“Do I expect to participa
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  • Video - New York Giants 2013 outlook 09:36

    New York Giants 2013 outlook

    Mar 22
    David Diehl joins "NFL AM" to discuss what set the New York Giants back in 2012, Tom Coughlin's future with the team and what it's going to take for the "G-Men" to get back to the Super Bowl.