New York Giants News: Regular Season and Preseason Updates
6/13/13: The Giants do not generate the circus-like atmosphere and drama-laden publicity that the Jets do. They prefer to be the 'classy' New York franchise - the one that actually wins championships rather than press conferences. But they have not been able to avoid the news cycles lately with their two star receivers, Victor Cruz and Hakeem Nicks, both missing voluntary OTA's. The two did work out with Eli Manning, Peyton Manning, and some Denver receivers at Duke earlier in the summer. However, Eli does not want them to think that takes the place of real team workouts.
6/6/13: After a week of OTA's, there is still no sighting of either of the two best wide receivers the team has. Both Victor Cruz and Hakeem Nicks skipped the voluntary workouts - much to the ire of head coach Tom Coughlin. Cruz was expected to skip the workouts as he is still in a contract dispute with the team. Nicks, however, was a complete surprise. Coughlin expected him to be present and there has been no word of the reason Nicks skipped the practices. This likely gets resolved in the next few weeks, but for now there are more questions than answers.
5/30/13: The NFC East is completely up for grabs this season. Any of the four teams has the opportunity and talent to win it, and each could crumble during the regular season. We saw the Giant fail last year. They won the Super Bowl the previous February, but seemed sluggish and disinterested in 2012. There will always be calls for head coach Tom Coughlin's job, even though he has won the championship twice with this team. However, once Victor Cruz gets back into the fold and the Giants figure out their running game, they should be just fine.
5/23/13: This is only a guess, but the New York Giants are a bit upset about missing the playoffs last year, only a year removed from winning the Super Bowl. The Giants simply did not play up to their potential last year, and got beaten out by a hungrier Washington team. In other news, the Giants do expect Victor Cruz to eventually sign his contract. The team and Cruz are in discussions, but it is taking time. Realistically, no other team is willing to give up the compensation to the Giants to sign Cruz. So this may take a while, but expect Cruz to be catching passes from Manning in September.
5/16/13: One of the more interesting comment of the week was by New York Giants co-owner Steve Tisch feels sorry for Tim Tebow. He believes landing with the New York Jets was a mistake that may kill his NFL career. Tisch went on to say that he believes Tebow could be a good NFL QB. Could he be good enough for the Giants to pick him up? Not a likely scenario considering the Giants have a two time Super Bowl Champion Eli Manning. Speaking of Manning, he needs Victor Cruz back more than anyone in the organization.
5/9/13: The Giants released linebacker Michael Boley last week. Three days later, Boley pleaded guilty to felony child abuse in Alabama. Boley is now in a diversion program in Nevada and probably pleaded guilty to get the entire situation behind him. It may be a while before he plays again, but hopefully he will get the help he needs. In other news, or really the same news, there has not been any movement on the contract for Giants' star wide receiver Victor Cruz. No other team wants to pay the price to the Giants to get him. However, the Giants and Cruz still cannot come to terms.
5/2/13: Quarterback controversy in Giants camp? Not likely when you have a two time Super Bowl winner in his prime on the roster. But the Giants did select Syracuse QB Ryan Nassib in the fourth round, so maybe he is the heir apparent. Or maybe he will be there for a few years then get traded away. New York used their first pick on a man who protected Nassib, offensive tackle Justin Puch from Syracuse (No. 19 overall). The Giants are still trying to work out a contract with star wide receiver Victor Cruz, but they still have time.
4/25/13: Head coach Tom Coughlin is a fiery guy, but he tends to keep the Giants draft strategy under his hat. New York is drafting as high as they have in several years after missing the playoffs in 2012. The G-Men have the 19th pick in the draft and need both an offensive lineman and help at running back. There is a good chance that Alabama running back Eddie Lacy, the top rated rusher in this year's crop, will be available. Many teams are reluctant to spend a high draft pick on running backs when they are becoming more like dime a dozen guys.
4/18/13: Not that it was any surprise, but Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz did not attend the team's first day of voluntary workouts. Cruz is a restricted free agent and will eventually (most likely) re-sign with the New York Giants. He is embroiled in a contract dispute. Both sides would like to reach a long term agreement, but neither is willing to bend at this time. The worst case scenario is that Cruz sits out the first ten weeks of the season and comes back to fill his contractual obligations. But, of course, both sides are hoping it does not come to that. In any case, even with seven games next season, Cruz will make more than he has in any other year.
4/11/13: Cornerback Aaron Ross is back with the Giants after a one year hiatus playing for the Jacksonville Jaguars. Or, as Ross puts it - a nice year long vacation in Florida. The Jags were arguably the worst team in the league last year and only won two games. Ross, however, is used to winning, and winning Super Bowls. His return helps out a secondary that gave up too many big plays last year (in particular to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers???). Ross admits he took the money when he went to Jacksonville, but now says that he wants to win again.
4/4/13: Another week and another week of no movement in the Victor Cruz contract. Free agency is essentially over, and it is unlikely that anyone will make a bid on Cruz, but the Giants want to get him under contract soon. They should have Cruz for the 2013 season regardless, but then comes the question of the regular season and 2014. Cruz could sit out the first 10 games to minimize the risk of injury, and still collect more salary than he did last year. But in 2014, that would force the Giants to make a decision on keeping Cruz or Hakeem Nicks.
3/28/13: The Giants are considered one of the more reserved and conservative franchises in the league. They have never been flashy, but are usually effective. In other words, they are the complete opposite of the New York Jets, who win every press conference but few games. So it is with some surprise that the Giants announced they would introduce an alternate uniform next season. But do not get too excited about a new look, the team will just wear white pants with their blue home jerseys instead of the traditional gray. Not really much of an alternate uniform at all.
3/21/13: Not a bad stretch for sports agent Tom Condon. The St. Louis-based agent has recently added both Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz and former Broncos defensive lineman Elvis Dumervil to his client list. Cruz and the Giants have been at a standstill on a new contract, though both sides expect a deal to get done at some point. Technically he is a restricted free agent, but it is doubtful anyone will give up a first round pick for him (St. Louis?). Regardless, the Giants have taken a conspicuously low-key approach to free agency this year, searching for value rather than winning the press conference (Looking at you, Miami).
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3/14/13: The Giants are taking some shots to their roster this off season. The have likely have seen the last of Osi Umenora, while Chris Canty signed with the Baltimore Ravens, tight end Martellus Bennet is on his way to the Chicago Bears, and could not close a deal with linebacker Jasper Brinkley when he was in for a visit. New York also released kicker Lawrence Tynes and signed Josh Brown. Brown played the last four games last year with Cincinnati, but before that had scored over 1000 points in time spent between the Seattle Seahawks and St. Louis Rams.
3/7/13: New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin is getting frustrated about the Victor Cruz contract situation. Coughlin states that he would love to see Cruz as a Giant for his entire career. Cruz had a break out season in 2011, moving from a slot receiver to a legitimate deep threat. He backed up 2011 with an impressive 2012 campaign, especially since fellow wide receiver Hakeem Nicks was injured for much of the season, allowing opposing defenses to key in on Cruz. Cruz wants to stay in New York, but the two sides have hit a stalemate. Chances are, they will come to an agreement soon and keep Cruz with Big Blue.
2/14/13: The Giants cut Ahmad Bradshaw last week, which was not surprising with the emergence of both David Wilson and Andre Brown last season. Running backs may be the most disposable players these days, especially since rule changes have put an emphasis on the passing game. Bradshaw says that he is interested in joining the Jets. That makes sense for him because he would not have to move. It also makes sense for the Jets because Shown Green is clearly not the game breaker or dominant rusher they thought he was a few years ago. In any case, the Giants are in good hands, and only need a retooling rather than a rebuild.
2/7/13: The Giants are not wasting any time in cutting personnel and reducing their salary obligations. On Tuesday, the team cut linebacker Michael Boley. But Wednesday had the bigger names. Defensive end Chris Canty was a casualty on Wednesday, as was starting running back Ahmad Bradshaw. Bradshaw was drafted in 2007 and had 1015 yards this past season. However, the drafting of David Wilson last April and the emergence of Andre Brown in short yardage situations, combined with the nearly $4 million that Bradshaw was due made him expendible. But Bradshaw will find work soon, possibly with Green Bay or Cincinnati.
1/31/13: The Super Bowl is going to New York next year. More accurately, it will be in New Jersey with the New York skyline as a backdrop. With the Jets in shambles, the Giants are the only New York team that has a chance at hosting the big game. Big Blue missed the playoffs this season with a 9-6 record. They should be better next season if they can stay healthy. Wide receiver Hakeem Nicks was out most of the year. He had a three touchdown game early in the season and was never really seen again. He is a great red zone threat due to his size, but needs to get his knee and foot healthy for next season.
1/24/13: Everyone knows by now that the Giants will not be defending their NFL title in New Orleans this year. The Giants were eliminated from playoff contention in week 16, which surprised most NFL followers. Many expected New York to make a late season run, as they did in 2006 and 2011. But it never happened. The pass rush was a big part of it, or rather, lack of a pass rush. The Giants only recorded 33 sacks this season, and only half of those were from defensive ends. In the past, those defensive ends put much more pressure on opposing quarterbacks and affected the outcome of games.
1/17/13: Head coach Tom Coughlin seems to be on the hot seat every year. Much of that may be the Big Apple media trying to generate headlines, and the truth will probably never be known. Coughlin appears to be safe this offseason, so it is time to throw around blame and accountability to others. Chief among those is offensive Kevin Gilbride. While the Giants were statistically strong this season, and averaged 27 points per game, nit pickers will note that the G-Men ran the second fewest number of plays in the league. While Gilbride is likely not going anywhere, it is the kind of topic that gets the big city press all up in arms.
1/10/13: Despite a disappointing 9-7 season where the Giants missed the playoffs, New York's GM Jerry Reese says that is it not time to dismantle the team. Only a year ago, Big Blue was riding a hot streak to a Super Bowl Championship. Many have called for changing personnel, but the core is still in tact. A bigger issue was the injuries to skill players throughout the year. Wide receiver Hakeem Nicks missed much of the season, and his counter part, Victor Cruz, spent time on the DL as well. In the one game they were both fully healthy, both had over 100 yards receiving. It may have been a tough four months for the Giants, but they will be back next year.
1/3/13: The reigning Super Bowl Champions will not have the opportunity to defend their crown as they failed to qualify for the post season tournament following a 9-7 campaign. They finished up the year taking out their frustration on the withered Eagles, their long time arch rival. The Giants embarrassed Philly in what would be Andy Reid's final game, 42-7. The Giants go into the offseason with a lot of questions. The talent that won the Super Bowl a year ago is still on the roster, but they just could not come together consistently for this season.
12/27/12: This is normally the time of year that the Giants stop struggling, come together, win some clutch December games, sneak into the playoffs, then go on a remarkable postseason run that ends with the NFL championship. Technically and mathmatically it could happen again. It is possible. But that would require the Giants beating the Eagles in Week 17 (and the Eagles have had the Giants number for the past few years), plus the Vikings have to lose, plus the Bears have to lose, and plus the Cowboys have to lose or tie. So there is a chance, though it is a small chance.
12/20/12: For those who figured it was that time of year again for the Giants to go on the road, beat a quality team, and get ready for the playoffs, Sunday was a sobering reminder that scripts are rarely followed in the NFL. Fresh off of a strong win against New Orleans, the G-Men headed to Atlanta looking to flex their muscles. However, Atlanta came to play and dominated start to finish in a 34-0 rout. Eli Manning only managed 161 yards passing and running back David Wilson only recorded 55 yards on the ground. Atlanta's defense played their best game of the season, leaving the Giants' playoff hopes in doubt. The Giants need a big win on Sunday Night at Baltimore to keep their postseason hopes alive.
12/13/12: The Giants affirmed that they are still a team to be reckoned with, especially in December, with a 52-27 thrashing of the New Orleans Saints. The game was still in question heading into the fourth quarter, with New York leading 35-27. But Eli Manning and gang went to work in the final frame and scored 17 points. Meanwhile, the defense came together at the right time and did not let New Orleans score. Saints QB Drew Breese threw for over 350 yards, but only one touchdown and two interceptions. The Giants are 8-5 and in first place in the NFC East. The next game is in Atlanta on Sunday.
12/6/12: In a week filled with close division games, the Monday Night tilt between the Giants and Redskins was among the best. Unfortunately for the G-Men, they ended up on the wrong side of the scoreboard, as Washington came from behind to win 17-16. Eli Manning and company looked to be in control for most of the game, but routinely had to settle for field goals instead of touchdowns when they reached the red zone. The Giants remained in first in the NFC East at 7-5, one game ahead of both Washington and Dallas. Now the Giants must regroup in a short week to host the New Orleans Saints, who are fighting for their postseason lives.
8/9/12: With the NFL Preseason starting, the Super Bowl Champion New York Giants will have a couple of battles on their hands. First round pick David Wilson will be competing with DJ Ware, Andre Brown, and Da'rel Scott for the backup running back position behind starter Ahmad Bradshaw. Second round pick Rueben Randle of LSU is in the mix for the third Wide receiver spot with Jerrel Jernigan, Domenik Hixon, and Ramses Barden. The starting tight end spot is also up for grabs as well as spots on the offensive line. As it has been since 2004, Eli Manning will be under center for a drive or two. The defense that energized the team throughout its Super Bowl run will also figure out their linebacking and cornerback corps behind its strong defensive line led by Justin Tuck, Mattias Kiwanuka, Osi Umenyiora, and Jason Pierre-Paul. The Giants will play the Jacksonville Jaguars to start the preseason.
Despite being the defending Super Bowl champions and going into this season with another piece of hardware in their trophy case, Victor Cruz and the New York Giants say that they're still heading into this year with a chip on their shoulder. Whatever the reason for that may be, it seems to be a tactic that has worked in the past for the Giants. Newcomer Martellus Bennett, the tight end the Giants acquired from the Dallas Cowboys this offseason has even gotten into the act, telling the media this week about his hatred for his former team and instantly winning over the hearts of Giants fans everywhere.
With the release of this year's Top 100 Players in the NFL list that was voted on by players across the league, the New York Giants were disappointed in Eli Manning's rather low ranking of No. 31 on the list. The Giants players felt it was particularly low, especially compared to Tom Brady who was ranked at No. 4. If you can remember, Eli Manning has now defeated Tom Brady not once, but twice in the Super Bowl in the last five seasons, but is still 27 spots behind him on the list. If there's anyone that doesn't care about his spot on the list it's probably Eli himself, but his teammates still felt the need to come to his defense because, after all, he's their quarterback.
The defending Super Bowl champion New York Giants will officially wrap up their offseason media tour following their second Super Bowl title in five years and get back to work in earnest beginning on July 30th when they head up to the University of Albany to open their training camp. For the time being however, in between minicamp practices and organized team activities, the Giants continue to enjoy their championship glow. As for their personnel heading into the 2012 season, outside linebacker Michael Boley commented to the media this week that he will remain the outside linebacker for now, despite a statement from GM Jerry Reese earlier in the offseason that he would be moving to middle linebacker.
The New York Giants placed injured tight end Jake Ballard on waivers on Tuesday to clear some space on their roster with the knowledge that Ballard will not likely play in the 2012-2013 season due to the injury he suffered in Super Bowl XLVI. However, on Wednesday, after clearing waivers for all but one team in the league, the New England Patriots came and claimed Ballard off of waivers. Although the loss was disappointing for head coach Tom Coughlin and came as a bit of a shock to the rest of the team, the Giants will head into this season with a surplus of tight ends for the first time in a few years.
The New York Giants finished up another week of settling contract extensions and re-signing key players -- and coaches. The Giants gave coach Tom Coughlin a two-year contract extension on Thursday, making his contract a three-year deal worth over $20 million. They also came to an agreement with defensive end Osi Umenyiora last Friday and the Pro Bowl agreed to end the contract dispute and return to the Giants. Umenyiora will receive an estimated $6.5 million for the 2012-2013 season after bonuses and incentives and will become a free-agent following this season. Umenyiora has said that he is open to re-signing with the Giants after his current contract is up.
Hakeem Nicks underwent surgery to repair his fractured fifth metatarsal last Friday and the surgery went as planned. Nicks said to members of the media on Thursday of this week that he fully plans on being 100% and ready to go on opening night against the Dallas Cowboys at MetLife Stadium as the New York Giants open the season on primetime national television and begin their title defense. Nicks was optimistic about his recovery and even said that he hopes to be back as soon as the start of training camp, which will open on July 26 in Albany.
5/25/12 Some bad news came out of the New York Giants OTA practices on Thursday as wide receiver Hakeem Nicks suffered a fractured fifth metatarsal. Nicks underwent surgery early Friday morning to place a screw in his foot and repair the broken bone and he is expected to miss up to 12 weeks. Since it is still early on in the offseason practice schedule, Nicks is not expected to miss any significant playing time and will likely be healthy in time for the opening kickoff on September 5th against the Cowboys, assuming his recovery and rehab process goes according to plan.
5/18/12 The New York Giants received their Super Bowl XLVI rings on Wednesday in a ceremony held at Tiffany's in New York City. The rings, which feature all four of the Giants' Lombardi trophies centered around their NY logo in the middle, also feature the words "Finish" and "All In" on the sides, which were important rallying cries for the Giants during their 2011-2012 postseason run. The rings also contain 32 blue sapphires around the perimeter, adding a little bit of Big Blue color to the ensemble, which was lacking on the Giants' previous Super Bowl rings.
5/11/12 With their rookie mini camp beginning, the New York Giants will officially begin their title defense. No team has repeated as Super Bowl champions since 2003-2004 when the New England Patriots won back-to-back Super Bowls over the Carolina Panthers and Philadelphia Eagles, so it will certainly be no easy feat for the Giants to retain their throne. Add to it the fact that the Giants will go into the 2012 season with the hardest schedule in the league and you have one tough test ahead for the Super Bowl champion New York Giants.
4/28/12 - On the last day of the NFL Draft the Giants had 4 selections, two in the 4th round, one in the 6th, and one in the 7th round. With their first pick in the 4th round the Giants selected Adrien Robinson a 6'4, 267 pound Tight End from the University of Cincinatti. This was a pick the Giants were very excited about. Robinson is big and fast with a lot of upside. He did not catch a lot of balls in Cincinnati, but the team hopes he can learn and develop more with Tight Ends coach Mike Pope. With their other 4th round pick the Giants selected Brandon Mosley an Offensive Tackle from Auburn. According to the Giants, he reminds them of current Giants player David Diehl. At 6'5 and 318 pounds, Mosley is big, tough, smart and can play guard as well as tackle. In the 6th Round the Giants selected Matt McCants another offensive tackle from the University of Alabama Birmingham. He is a 6'7, 295 pound strong kid with good quickness. According to scouting reports, he moves his feet well but needs some time to develop, as his technique sometimes gets sloppy. Markus Kuhn a Defensive Tackle from North Carolina State was the Giants' last pick. He was taken in the 7th Round 239th Overall. Kuhn, a native of Germany, is considered a developmental player. At North Carolina State, Kuhn only started one season and is known more for his effort than his instinct or technique.
4/27/12 - On Day 2 of the 2012 NFL Draft, the Super Bowl Champion New York Giants, selected Rueben Randle from LSU and Jayron Hosley from Virginia Tech. Randle was selected at the bottom of the 2nd Round (63rd Overall). He is a wide receiver that can make an immediate impact for the Giants and play on the outside vacated by Mario Manningham. At 6'3 and 210 pounds, Randle is an incredible athlete with great speed and great hands. He is also a good route runner and put up good numbers in college (97 passes for 1634 yards and 13 TDs) from awful QB play. He has a great chance to win the number 3 WR spot this fall. Hosley was selected in the 3rd Round (94th Overall). From Virginia Tech, Hosley adds depth to the Giants' cornerback position. At 5'10 and 178 pounds, he is a little undersized for the position but scouting reports say he has good ball skills and good zone coverage instincts to make up for his lack of size. According to General Manger, Jerry Reese, Hosley can also return punts and kickoffs. With these two picks the Giants filled some holes vacated by free agency and also could make a quick impact early next season.
5/4/12 The New York Giants addressed several needs in the later rounds of the 2012 NFL draft by picking up LSU wide receiver Rueben Randle from LSU, Virginia Tech cornerback Jayron Hosley, Cincinnati tight end Adrien Robinson and Auburn offensive tackle Brandon Mosley. They hope that Randle will fill the hole left by the departure of Mario Manningham, and that Hosley can replace Aaron Ross at cornerback. Also, they bolstered the tight end position with the addition of Robinson and the signing of former Dallas Cowboys tight end Martellus Bennett in free agency.
4/26/12 - With the final pick of the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft, The New York Giants selected David Wilson, running back from Virginia Tech. In his final year at Virginia Tech, Wilson rushed for 1709 yards and 9 TD's. Wilson fills the void created in the backfield after the departure of running back Brandon Jacobs. At 5'9, Wilson won't run through defenses like Jacobs but he has the speed to breakaway for long runs. Wilson also improves one of the few weaknesses the Giants have, their return game. The Giants ranked 22nd in the league in Kickoff Average. Wilson provides an upgrade over last year's returners Devin Thomas and Da'rel Scott.
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After finishing the 2010-11 NFL season 10-6 and second in the Easterndivision of the National Football Conference, the New York Giantsselected Nebraska cornerback Prince Amukamara with the No. 19 overallpick in the 2011 NFL entry draft. With Amukamara joining likelystarters Corey Webster and Terrell Thomas along with safeties AntrelRolle and Kenny Phillips, the Giants boast one of the strongestsecondary units in the NFL. The former Husker may not have recorded apick during his senior season at Nebraska, but it may have had more todue with opposing offenses choosing to avoid him. He was only thrownat 52 times in 2010, only 18 of which were completed. His ability as acover corner and in run support should make him a fan favorite withGaints fans for years to come.
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Joining the league in 1925, the New York Giants are the league's fourth-oldest franchise. Their seven league titles, including three Super Bowls, rank third all-time, their most recent coming in 2008 in a victory over the New England Patriots considered to be one of the greatest upsets, and greatest Super Bowls, of all-time.
New York Giants Tickets - 2011 Season Info
Though they ended the year 10-6, Giant fans would like to put 2010 behind them. A brutal, last-second loss to the Eagles in Week 15 followed by a 45-17 whipping in Green Bay helped New York play its way out of a playoff berth. Oddsmakers indicate that the poor finish to the year will not hurt the team going forward, as the Giants and Eagles are the co-favorites to win one of football's toughest divisions in 2011. The Giants are still loaded on offense, with Hakeem Nicks developing into a number one receiver, and Steve Smith and Mario Manningham offering quarterback Eli Manning above-average options as well. Known for being solid on both sides of the line of scrimmage, the Giants possess a lethal defensive line that can be even better if second-year end Jason Pierre-Paul plays up to expectations. The secondary is a question mark in New York, and the Giants are hoping that first round Nebraska product Prince Amukamara is a remedy. Amukamara isn't as highly touted as LSU's Patrick Peterson, but at pick 19, he offered tremendous value to help improve a unit that has recently been bitten by the bugs of injury and inconsistency. After the end of the NFL Lockout, in one of the craziest free-agency periods ever, the Giants seemed to struggle a bit. Defensive power-house Osi Umenyiora is holding out for a 300% pay increase before he is resigned.
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Though they open with the division-rival Redskins, Giant fans most likely have Week 3's visit to Philadelphia circled on their calendars as the team's first big test. Head coach Tom Coughlin must find a way to keep the team buzzing as the season wears on, because the second half of the Giants' schedule is brutal. Out of conference games against the Patriots, 49ers, Saints, Packers, and a rare matchup with the stadium-sharing Jets are stiff challenges in their own right, but coupled with two matchups against the Cowboys and the second against the Eagles mean that if the Giants win the division in 2011, they'll certainly have earned it.
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