• Giants cut Michael Boley

    Summary of 7 articles · Updated Feb 6, 2013
    The New York Giants released veteran linebacker Michael Boley on Tuesday. It might be disappointing for New York Giants fans who recall the contribution linebacker Michael Boley made to their 2011-12 Super Bowl run, but it is not a surprise that the Giants released Boley on Tuesday. As many of you have noted, Boley was entering the final year of his contract. With all of the linebackers the Giants brought in as rookies in 2011 about to head into their third seasons, the writing was on the wall for Boley. Boley, 30, was the Giants’ top free-agent target in 2009 because of his speed and, they hoped, his play-making ability. Boley saw his playing time at the WLB spot diminish during latter part of the season as the Giants employed different formations and utilized other personnel. He was a key part of the Giants' Super Bowl run during the 2011 season.
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