Posts Tagged ‘ota’

“Go ahead and mock my draft!” The Giants move up and draft Jadeveon Clowney!

My opinion; a player like Jadeveon Clowney, only comes along once every ten years or so at least that is what the NFL draft pundits say. So by the time the next player like Jadeveon comes along the Giants might have already won a couple more Super Bowls if they take my advice and give […]

Coughlin Transcript

Here is Tom Coughlin’s transcript from speaking to the media, after yesterday’s OTA (via giants.com) Q: What was going on with (Aaron) Ross coming in and out? A: “Just working in and out. He has a little sprained ankle.” Q: Corey Webster’s hip still bothering him? A: “No, it’s more of his shoulder. He got […]

Friday OTA Report

Mike Garafolo has his OTA report from Friday: First, the injury and attendance report from Friday’s organized team activities: DTs Fred Robbins and Barry Cofield remain out after having off-season knee surgeries. CB Corey Webster (hip) was back, but LB Michael Boley (hip) was still out. WR David Tyree (leg) was out and DT Rocky Bernard (shoulder) was limited. DE Justin Tuck was […]

Quotes and Notes from OTA

Mike Garafolo has more quotes and notes from the OTA: This is usually the time of year when the big news is the guys who aren’t at the Giants’ OTAs. Monday, only one guy was absent. It was kicker Lawrence Tynes and he had a good excuse: Monday was his charity golf event. Think that […]

OTA Report

Mike Garafolo has his OTA report from today: It’s tough to get a good read on OTAs because there’s limited contact and no pads, so these practice reports aren’t as telling as what you’d get during training camp. But there were still a few things that stood out on Monday morning, so I figured I’d […]

Will Shockey Play for the Giants in 2008?

Coming back from a broken fibula can be a difficult situation when a good portion of your job is how well your legs work. Coming back from a broken relationship with your boss can be an uphill battle that can’t be won. This is the situation for Jeremy Shockey, the sometimes exuberant, boastful TE. After […]