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Giants Free Agents – Who’s Unsigned, Who’s Leaving?

Of the estimated three hundred or so NY Giants set to enter free agency at the start of the offseason, some players remain with the team. Some have signed elsewhere. Others have now become free agents. Some of those players will sign elsewhere, some still could be back with the Giants at the start of […]

Giants Looking to Sign A New Center

David Baas, the current NY Giants center, played three games last year. And he’s missed substantial time for the last 3 seasons he has been with the Giants. He’s now due about $5 million dollars and will count even more against the cap. The Giants 2010 offseason priority has become an albetross. So – via […]

Will Snee and Baas Take Pay Cuts?

The NY Giants have asked two of their significant interior linemen to take pay cuts according to PFT. Can you guess which two? Snee, a second-round pick in 2004 and the son-in-law of coach Tom Coughlin, is due to earn a base salary of $6.75 million in 2014, the final year of his contract. The […]

Kevin Boss Out 4-6 Weeks With Ankle Injury; Kevin Boothe Out 4 Months With Pectoral Injury

Bad injury news for the Giants: Tight end Kevin Boss will be out 4-6 weeks after injuring his right ankle. He will have arthroscopic surgery on Monday. The procedue is to “debride his right ankle”. Additionally, Kevin Boothe will be out at least 4 months after tearing a pectoral muscle. Boothe got injured while working out. […]

Boothe Signs Tender

In what was just a formality, guard/tackle Kevin Boothe has signed his tender offer. He’ll make 1.176 million this season. Boothe isn’t the best backup guard out there, but he’s proven to be pretty serviceable in his time here.

Ranking The Giants: Offensive Line

We’ve been ranking the Giants all week. Today, we’re focusing on the offensive line. The offensive line had been the staple of the Giants success for the past couple of years. This year, however, line seemed to take a couple of steps backward. It may have been old age, nagging injuries, or just ineffectiveness. Let’s grade […]

Season-In-Review, Offensive Line, What Went Wrong:

It looks like the 2009/10 season will be the last for this Giants offensive line.  This was suppose to be an elite unit that paved the road for the “power” running game and provide Eli Manning with ample time to dissect opposing defenses.  That sounded good in theory but in reality the Giants rushed for […]

Inactives For the Game

Today’s Inactives for the Giants are: CB Corey Webster, CB/S Aaron Ross, RT Kareem McKenzie, LG Rich Suebert, WR Sinorice Moss, WR Ramses Barden, RB D.J. Ware (formerly Danny), and TE Scott Chandler. (via Ralph Vacchiano and The Blue Screen) DeAngelo Williams will not play for Carolina. Unfortuantely, we still will not see Ramses Barden […]

Snee Avoids Serious Injury:

From NYPOST: Chris Snee’s ailing knee doesn’t feel very good at the moment, but the valuable starting right guard did not suffer a serious injury when he was forced out in the second quarter of the 31-24 victory over the Cowboys. Snee underwent an MRI test yesterday and Tom Coughlin said Snee has a hyper-flexion […]

Snee Injures Knee; Return Doubtful

Guard Chris Snee has left the game with a knee injury, and was replaced with Kevin Boothe. His return is doubtful