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2014 NFL Free Agents – Giants Have $17,447 Of Cap Space

Unrestricted Free Agents Quarterbacks Derek Anderson CAR Jimmy Clausen CAR Josh McCown CHI Jordan Palmer CHI Jon Kitna DAL Shaun Hill DET Matt Flynn GB Chad Henne JAX Josh Freeman MIN Luke McCown NO Curtis Painter NYG David Garrard NYJ Michael Vick PHI Charlie Whitehurst SD Tarvaris Jackson SEA Colt McCoy SF Kellen Clemens STL […]

Giants Lose Three Players During Game vs Buccaneers

Running back Ahmad Bradshaw, tackle David Diehl and wide receiver Domenik Hixon were knocked out of the Giants game against the Buccaneers with injuries in the first half Sunday. Hixon suffered a concussion after taking a hard helmet-to-helmet hit from linebacker Mason Foster following a 12-yard catch to the Bucs 4. Diehl, New York’s most […]

Giants at Eagles Friday Injury Report

GIANTS Out: WR Mario Manningham (concussion), CB Prince Amukamara (foot), DE Osi Umenyiora (knee) Probable: C David Baas (lower leg) , TE Travis Beckum (hamstring), DT Jimmy Kennedy (knee) EAGLES Out: DE Juqua Parker (ankle), DE Darryl Tapp (pectoral) Questionable: QB Michael Vick (concussion) Probable: S Nate Allen (knee), TE Brent Celek (hip), DE Trent […]

Ranking The Giants: Special Teams

Can you believe it? This is our last installment of Ranking The Giants! (feel free to cry). To read the other Ranking The Giants editions, click here. We move onto the Special Teams, who had a pretty up and down year. Jeff Feagles finally started to show his age. Lawrence “Some of The” Tynes was […]

Ranking the Giants: Wide Receivers and Tight Ends

We’ve been Ranking the Giants all week, and now we’re onto the wide receivers and tight ends. With Plaxico Burress and Amani Toomer gone, someone was going to have to step up. No one knew who it would be. Luckily, many Giants did. Let’s Rank The Giants, Wide Receiver/Tight End Style STEVE SMITH: What can […]

What Went Right: Wide Receivers

Coming into the season many people belived that the New York Giants would be very good along the Offensive line and defensive lines, and that they were solid at Quarterback (but had over-paid their Quarterback) and that the Giants would be terrible at Wide Receiver. Hard to imagine now, but I had a friend (who […]

An Early Look At Free Agency

I’ll obviously get into previews of players I like, Giants needs and etc at a later date, but I just wanted to try and start compiling a list of potential free agents to get us away from the season that was and to start moving on. The sites I’m using to cross reference becuase N.F.L.com […]

More from Ralph Vacchiano

Mark posted something earlier about Ralph Vacchiano trying to guess who would remain Giants. I saw that he had added some to the post that Mark had posted earlier. So without further adu… QB David Carr The Giants would jump at the chance to have this valuable backup return as an insurance policy for the […]

Adam Schein Talks Lack Of Giants D:

This is from Adam Schein of Sirius Blitz: Remember the glory days when the Giants used to dominate on defense? Oh, I am not talking LT, Parcells, Carson, Banks and Belichick. I’m making reference to the glory days of Steve Spagnuolo, the good times all the way back in 2007 and 2008. What a difference […]

Unpacking The Loss: Philly

Here is the long and short of it: our Giants had a shot to win that game. Sunday night, I was as fired up about the Giants playing a game as I have been in a long time. Although they got off to a horrible start – this is a team that showed resolve, focus, […]