This is the May 8, 2013 news archive. View today's Giants rumors and news.
Share TweetThe process of nominating players, coaches, executives, etc. for the a team’s Mt. Rushmore moves to New York. As we wrap up the NFC East, we open the floor for nominations from Giants fans. Eventually, the nominations will be whittled to roughly eight fSource: profootballtalk.comShare TweetWe have talked a lot on here about the contract situation of New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz, who wants to get paid based on his No. 1 wide receiver production of the past two seasons, while his team wants to pay him as the top slot receiver i…Source: ESPN.comShare TweetFifteen openings, zero minority hires, one big problem. The NFL struck out in a big way this offseason, and many are anxiously watching if the issue grows, Don Banks writes.Source: CNNSI.comShare TweetThree New York Giants of the 2012 season. Defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul (46), left tackle Will Beatty (85) and quarterback Eli Manning (90) all made the cut. JPP was ranked No. 17 in this same list following the 2011 same, but the drop in production c…Source: giantsfootballblog.com
On Mathias Kiwanuka’s move to DL, Stevie Brown’s roleUpdated May 8 Share TweetIt is only speculation that Mathias Kiwanuka will play along the Giants defensive line, according to Giants.com, though general manager Jerry Reese prior to the NFL Draft last month. “He will probably play more on the defensive line” this year,” theSource: giantsfootballblog.com
NFC East draft gradesMay 8Shaun O'Hara gives his 2013 NFC East draft grades and tells us which team in the division improved the most.
Don Banks: Are better days coming for minority hires? Many anxiously awaitMay 8PHILADELPHIA -- The rising use of analytics in the NFL has prompted a new respect for the power and relevance of statistical data, but there's one set of recent numbers that can't be sliced or interpreted in any way but the obvious: In a league where mi…