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Cincinnati ||L 23-10|| ||Sat
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Dallas||8:30 PM|| ||Sun
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Atlanta||1:00 PM|| ||Bye
Washington||8:25 PM|| ||Sun
Washington Redskins||1:00 PM|
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2 - 1st pick||Landon Collins||S|
3 - 10th pick||Owa Odighizuwa||DE|
5 - 8th pick||Mykkele Thompson||DB|
6 - 10th pick||Geremy Davis||WR|
7 - 9th pick||Bobby Hart||OL|
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final score will soon be forgotten, but Prince Amukamara is looking forward
to the individual battles in Saturday night's Giants-Jets preseason game.
is the preseason contest that most closely approximates a regular-season game.
The starters will likely play at least the first two quarters.
probably won't be a lot of sleeping on the couch over this game. With any
luck, by the time the teams meet in December for their quadrennial regular-season
matchup, one or the other (or both?) will be vying for a playoff berth and trying
to establish some kind of local supremacy.
Graziano of ESPN writes that recently released S Stevie Brown returning the
Giants is something worth keeping an eye on the coming days. Graziano points out
that Brown didn't want to leave the Giants when he signed a one-year contract
with the Texans back in April, and their current safety issues leave them in a
position to offer him a decent amount of playing time.S
Report - This weekend marks the third week of the preseason, one that normally
offers the most action for starters and other top players of any summer game.
Of course, that means those starters and top players have to be available for
action, and that might be a problem this week when the Giants "host" their roommates,
the New York Jets.
up Giants experiment with "Recovery Days" to help reduce injuries.
If the practice does manage to stop the injury epidemic and helps aid in the recovery
of those who are ailing, Coughlin said he would consider implementing it during
the regular season.
chose two of six possible elements: yoga, contrast bath (hot-cold tub), massage,
self-massage stick rollers/bands, functional movement screen (FMS) exercise and
air compression boots.
already being called "Spa Day" by some, but technically it's a recovery cycle
and part of what Tom Coughlin called the "GPS Week" schedule. After two seasons
in which the team has been crippled by injuries, and more of them this summer
in training camp, he's apparently willing to try anything. .
Beckham Jr. will 'play with the same passion' despite being targeted on field.
Defenses can try all they want to knock Odell Beckham Jr. out of the game. But
they're not going to take him out of his game.
Odell Beckham Jr. is, by all accounts and observations, a very likeable and
pleasant young man off the field. However when he gets on the field, he develops
a whole different persona that at times can be mistaken for arrogance and which
has been known to rub opponents the wrong way.
Beckham Jr. knows why he'll have a bull's-eye on his back this season. Beckham
has spoken this summer about trying to rein in his emotions on the field, and
it seemed that last week they got the better of him.
Umenyiora retires after cheering Giants on Falcons plane. He took a call Tuesday
from an NFL team he did not identify - turns out it was the Jets - inquiring if
he indeed was retiring as they updated their personnel lists.
Umenyiora retired as a Giant and addressed the media with a reflection of
his career. For one more day, Umenyiora became a Giant. But, of course, he will
always be one.
Umenyiora moments. Part of a 12-sack performance by the defense, defensive
end Osi Umenyiora set a Giants record with six of them on Eagles quarterback Donovan
Umenyiora, who played for two Super Bowl champions and in two Pro Bowls and
was one of the best pass-rushing defensive ends of his generation.
Cruz: Jaguars defensive backs were 'gunning' for Giants star Odell Beckham.
All five passes in Beckham's direction fell incomplete, maybe for a reason.
on the sideline because of a calf injury, Cruz said it was obvious to him
the Jaguars defensive backs were looking to take cheap shots at Beckham..
encore performance of Odell Beckham never promised to be easy. Victor Cruz
just wants to make sure it's fair. He's not likely to get his wish, though.
Cruz remains confident he will be ready for the start of the season despite
a nagging calf sprain head coach Tom Coughlin said 'concerned' him.
two preseason games in the books, the Giants' first-team offense with Eli
Manning at quarterback has managed 104 yards and three points so far on 37 snaps.
Giants first-team defense didn't force a punt from Cincinnati or Jacksonville's
starting quarterback. They're also decimated by injuries as training camp comes
to a close.
have been the story of Giants training camp, on both sides of the ball, forcing
young and inexperienced players into starting roles. It all starts in practice,
Coughlin believes, and veterans not being out there doesn't help.
middle linebacker Jon Beason is week-to-week after he sprained his knee on
a play in the end zone during Saturday's second preseason game. In his place,
Jameel McClain manned the middle in Tuesday's training camp practice.
Giants are still searching for a starting safety combination that will last
longer than one game. Currently they are trying out Jeromy Miles and Brandon Meriweather,
though ultimately they plan to get Landon Collins and Nat Berhe, both of whom
are coming off injury, back into the mix.
Simms says Jason Pierre-Paul staying away from Giants to protect his money,
and he has no problem with it. Jason Pierre-Paul has every right to protect his
interests when it comes to possible 'once-in-a-lifetime money' says ex-Giants
star and current CBS analyst Phil Simms.
much going on with Giants to focus solely on Eli Manning deal, says Phil Simms.
Bottom line: "If everything was really stable with the Giants, that [Manning contract]
would have been done a month ago," Simms said.
for Giants' Prince Amukamara is to get through season healthy. When healthy,
Amukamara, the Giants' 2011 first-round pick, has proven to be a solid coverman,
a physical defensive back with the size (6-0, 207 pounds) to fight big receivers.
the Giants put Victor Cruz, Rueben Randle and Odell Beckham Jr. on the field
together, the consternation about what thus far has been a lame passing attack
should be muted.
Giants still do not have an RSVP from JPP, but one report indicates that the
defensive end will arrive at the team's facility prior to the Sept. 13 regular-season
Umenyiora - The Giants don't win that last
Super Bowl without Osi Umenyiora.
Umenyiora will retire as a Giant on Wednesday and address the media at 12:15
Aug 24 No
position on the Giants has been decimated more than safety. And now that spot
has taken more huge hits.
preseason cannot end fast enough for the Giants, who are losing players at
an alarming rate.
Bennett Jackson - who was working with the starters - is gone for the season
with a torn ACL, dealing a blow to a secondary and specifically a position that
has been battered all summer.
departures of Bennett Jackson and Justin Currie left the Giants with just
three available safeties: veterans Jeromy Miles and Brandon Meriweather, and rookie
Coughlin's frustration with his sputtering offense is growing, especially
now that it looks like it may be at least another week without a couple of his
key players on the field.
Giants' wide receivers, who were supposed to be the strength of this team's
offense, have spent the summer as spectators.
Giants lost one potential defensive starter in Saturday night's preseason
game. Jon Beason said his goal is to make sure that game doesn't cost them two
when the season opens in less than three weeks.
is officially listed as week to week. Tom Coughlin would love to have his
defensive leader on the field for a big game against a division rival. But his
many years of coaching have taught him that timetables for players recovering
from knee sprains can be easily deleted.
receiver Odell Beckham Jr. still has no catches this preseason.
Giants' first-string offense continued to sputter Saturday in a 22-12 win
over the Jaguars.
Manning and Giants offense struggle in preseason game vs. Jaguars.
passing attack is nonexistent in another worrying dud.
James Jones makes strong case among Giants' wide receivers.
good, bad and ugly vs. Jacksonville Jaguars.
Beckham Jr., Eli Manning have rough nights.
beat Jags, 22-12, but keep piling up injuries.
Bennett Jackson may have suffered serious knee injury.
Beason injured, defense struggles, J.T. Thomas shines.
Consistency. Health. Those three words right there are the goals of the New
York Giants in a Week 2 preseason matchup against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
playing roughly one quarter in the opener, the Giants' starters on offense
and defense are expected to go a little deeper in the second preseason game on
Saturday night at MetLife Stadium against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Coughlin's final words to the media before Saturday night's preseason game
against the Jaguars were simple and to the point. Asked what he hoped to see from
the team, he boiled it down to one word. "Improvement," he said on Thursday. "Improvement."
is the year when it's all supposed to come together for Eli Manning and Ben
McAdoo and the supposedly unstoppable Giants' offense. Last season was just a
preview. This is the main event.
Manning has some very basic goals for the Giants' offense when the team plays
its preseason home opener against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
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Giants practiced on Thursday, sure, but it was not exactly a thrilling endeavor.
After wearing full pads the previous two practices and with a preseason game two
days away, the Giants wore just shoulder pads and dialed things down considerably.
their last practice before Saturday night's game against the Jacksonville
Jaguars, the Giants were in uppers for their "cards" practice in preparation
for the game. Coughlin also said that sixth-year wide receiver Victor Cruz (calf)
will not play on Saturday.
training camp practice featured mainly scout team work with the defense going
off scripted "cards" against the offense -- and vice versa. Against
the scout offense, linebacker Jon Beason notched the lone interception for the
play of the day.
of fans assembled in the bleachers overlooking the fields while waiting for
the Giants' training camp practice to start Thursday night. The children in the
crowd, often accompanied by their parents, gathered behind the grandstands, throwing
footballs back and forth. Most passes were not being caught, though not for a
lack of coordination. It was more related to a new phenomenon, something that
might be termed a Beckhamism.
the only person more interested in Eli Manning's slow-moving contract negotiations
than Manning is his backup. It doesn't take a particle physicist to know Ryan
Nassib's future with the Giants hinges on whether Manning gets the huge, multi-year
extension he's seeking, which Nassib admitted Thursday before practice at the
Aug 20 Eli
Manning came out firing Wednesday morning in response to an NFL Network report
that suggested the Giants' quarterback wants to be the highest-paid player in
slammed any thought of chasing some record payday, questioning the ethics
and reporting of those who suggested that he was.
Network's Ian Rapoport responds after Eli Manning denies report. "He
never specifically told the Giants I want to be the highest-paid player in the
game. Of course he didn't; quarterbacks never talk directly to teams. That is
why you have agents."
for those of you who are Giants fans, football fans or simply sports fans
from the area who have paid a modicum of attention to the Giants, does that sound
like anything that would come out of Manning's mouth, or something he would allow
his agent to say?
Manning was asked if his agent, Tom Condon, might have asked for a record-setting
contract, even as a negotiating tactic, he answered, "It was never said by
him claiming that this is the goal of what we're trying to do."
who per Over the Cap currently averages $16.25M per year, will certainly see
a new deal that include a healthy pay bump that puts him in the same pay range
as some of the other game's top earners.
he does not have a new deal by next spring, the Giants likely would use the
franchise tag on him. If they use the exclusive franchise tender, that would pay
him $23.7 million in 2016. And make him the highest paid player in the league..
Moore has had two scuffles in training camp with Ereck Flowers, the rookie
left tackle known for having a nasty streak while playing for the University of
said he and Flowers worked out their differences later. Moore said he even
told Flowers: "'Man, I've never felt somebody that strong.' ".
midday, a perturbed Tom Coughlin announced that Victor Cruz (calf) and Rueben
Randle (knee) would both miss practice with injuries. Once practice began, Odell
Beckham Jr. stayed on the sidelines as well due to dental work, according to the
has been nothing but positivity surrounding Cruz to this point, considering
he hadn't missed a practice since training camp began July 31, and Wednesday's
absence is not believed to have changed that feeling.
someone claims to be unimpressed with Odell Beckham Jr.'s famed one-handed
grab last season. And it is one of his Giant teammates. At least that is the premise
of a humorous new Foot Locker commercial starring Beckham and Victor Cruz.
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one quite knows what the Giants have at tight end with Larry Donnell, an undrafted
player out of Grambling State who made his way up through the ranks of the practice
squad. He was one of the few pleasant surprises coming out of the dismal 2014
surgery an eye opener for Giants' Andre Williams. He said it has made a huge
difference in the part of his game that has been a detriment throughout his college
and brief NFL career -- catching the football.
some point - and hopefully soon - this madness about the Giants offensive
line is going to have to stop. That's right, folks, the Giants might have Geoff
Schwartz back at right guard, but they are continuing to search for an answer
at right tackle that may or may not be on the roster.
Spagnuolo knew very little about what the Giants had and did not have on defense
when he arrived. Now, into the third week of training camp, he has a much better
handle on the hand he has been dealt. It's not exactly a full house.
Coughlin did not come right out and shout "Pay the man," but the
veteran head coach certainly let his feelings be known Monday as he contemplated
life with Eli Manning.
wants to be the highest-paid quarterback in NFL, per report. The going rate
for a star NFL quarterback these days appears to be around $20 million per season
with $60 million guaranteed.
Mara thinks Eli Manning "still has a lot of quality years left"
and he wants them to be with the Giants. It's just still not clear how high a
price the Giants are willing to pay.
their safety corps badly depleted by injuries, the Giants signed veteran safety
Brandon Meriweather, one of the most notorious head-hunters in the NFL.
to his signing, safety Jeromy Miles was the only Giants safety who had ever
started an NFL game, and he had only started three.
has 99 NFL games to his credit. He has played for the New England Patriots,
Chicago Bears and Washington Redskins since the Patriots picked him in the first
round of the 2007 draft.
wearing No. 43, took part in his first Giants practice early Sunday evening.
He started 10 games for the Redskins last year, finishing with 55 tackles (36
solo), a career-high three sacks, four passes defensed, three forced fumbles and
a fumble recovery, but wasn't brought back.
only one game of preseason football, but Odell Beckham Jr. agrees with Giants
coach Tom Coughlin. Friday night wasn't good enough - not by a long shot.
in the first quarter of Friday night's preseason loss, running back Andre
Williams caught a swing pass from Eli Manning and went 16 yards with it. That
doesn't sound remarkable on its face. But Williams catching a pass is not something
he or the Giants take for granted. t
first glance, the Giants 23-10 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals on Friday didn't
look good. Coach Tom Coughlin's assessment after watching the tape seems to indicate
your eyes did not deceive. Coughlin didn't come away impressed.
were no silver linings from Coughlin, only reports of misplays and injuries
on a team that finished last season dropping eight of its last 11 games.Even the
Giants' great strength, their receiving corps, appeared lost or limping out there.
Giants have gone through 11 training camp practices so far, including the
last two against the Cincinnati Bengals, their 2015 preseason opening opponent
to whom they lost a 23-10 decision on Friday night. Yet given how poorly the Giants'
first-team offense and defense played against the Bengals, it looked as though
the Giants were playing together for the first time.
Giants may soon be forced to add another cornerback, or two. "You certainly
can count as well as I can," coach Tom Coughlin said Saturday. The situation
at safety is perhaps more dire, considering where the Giants were heading into
training camp and how things have devolved since.
Giants have lost two of their inexperienced safeties. The rookie Mykkele Thompson
will miss the season with an Achilles' tendon injury, and the projected starter
Landon Collins will be sidelined for at least a week with a sprained knee, Coach
Tom Coughlin announced Saturday.
Darkwa was one of the few rays of production for the Giants' offense in the
preseason opener against the Bengals. He ran for 52 yards on nine carries, accounting
for nearly half of the 106 rushing yards the team had on just about one-third
of their 24 carries.
linebacker Uani' Unga calls shots on defense. He's essentially driving the
second-string defense, an important role on a team with a starter who hasn't made
it through a 16-game season healthy since 2010 and a veteran backup with what
could be a career-threatening neck injury.
looking Giants fall to Bengals in Preseason Opener, 23-10.
Analysis: Giants fall to Bengals, 23-10.
first-team offense has sluggish start.
open with complete disaster as offense does nothing.
and Giants offense sputter in 23-10 loss to Bengals.
we learned in Giants' 23-10 loss to Bengals.
Coughlin, Eli Manning pledge more downfield passing.
biggest worry miserably failed its first test.
lose four defensive backs, one likely for the season.
vs. Bengals Postgame Notes; Secondary injured.
say extended trip to Cincinnati not a total loss.
things to watch in the Giants' preseason opener.
things to watch for against the Bengals.
when you thought the Giants couldn't get any more banged-up, cornerback Dominique
Rodgers-Cromartie is hurting. On Wednesday, Tom Coughlin revealed that Rodgers-Cromartie,
the team's top cover man, is dealing with a groin injury.
Victor Cruz described his day of work Wednesday as "kind of felt like
a normal, everyday thing," the words were music to the ears of the Giants.
Cruz did not catch a pass, and he barely saw any passes thrown his way, but
his comeback reached a milestone moment on Wednesday.
things we learned during the Giants first joint practice with the Bengals.
Training camp intensity went up a notch in Cincinnati.
safety Shiloh Keo hit Preston Parker so hard after a reception that the impact
knocked Parker to the grass, causing Parker to exchange a few words as he flipped
the ball at Keo.
Coughlin, who agreed to have his team participate in its first joint scrimmage
with another team in 10 years, seemed pleased after the nearly two-hour workout
with the Cincinnati Bengals.
NFL draft is returning to Chicago, and it looks like New York won't see it
again for a long time.
QB - Geno Smith gets his jaw broken in locker room over $600 debt, out for
six to 10 weeks.
game week. Doesn't it feel good to say that again, Giants fans? Leading up
to Friday's preseason opener in Cincinnati, the New York Giants released their
first unofficial depth chart for the base offense, defense and special teams.
head to Cincinnati already plagued with injuries. There's really only one
thing the Giants need to get from this adventure. The need to get home with nobody
else getting hurt.
Coughlin has already pulled Victor Cruz out of any work against Bengals defenders.
But what about Odell Beckham Jr.? You think some young Bengals defensive back
might want to make his bones by going after the league's hottest star? That could
aware of keeping tempers under control Coughlin and the Giants got too familiar
a decade ago with how quickly those slip-ups can escalate, especially when you're
dealing with two teams instead of one.
Coughlin said he has little clue when Pierre-Paul will be fit for action,
so he has no idea when the defensive end will join the team. But the coach is
sure that he wants to be with the Giants.
Gifford, Giants legend and Hall of Famer, dies at 84
Gifford remembered as 'the ultimate Giant' by team owner John Mara.
O'Hara questioning the toughness of the Giants offensive line appeared to
have its intended effect Friday. Offensive tackle Justin Pugh said O'Hara reached
out to him Thursday night to clear the air, but didn't apologize.
than take offense to O'Hara's criticism, Justin Pugh said he understands the
former Giant's comments. Offensive line coach Pat Flaherty also reacted to O'Hara's
wide receiver Odell Beckham is enjoying one of those rare beginnings to a
professional career during which he has become an instant star without really
Pierre-Paul is vowing a comeback. Big Blue defensive line coach Robert Nunn
revealed Friday he has been in regular contact with Pierre-Paul since the former
first-round pick ended his silence with the team last week.
first conversation between Giants coach Tom Coughlin and Jason Pierre-Paul
since the injured defensive end's fireworks mishap is imminent, Coughlin suggested
after practice on Friday.
Barber thinks Roger Goodell deserves to be fired.
Flowers' status, Victor Cruz's progress among 3 things to watch at Giants
training camp. The club wrapped up its first fully padded practice on Wednesday,
and it has three more workouts this week before the second day off in camp, on
Manning's most prolific seasons came under the tutelage of quarterbacks coach
Mike Sullivan. Now, after a year sabbatical that followed two seasons with the
Bucs as offensive coordinator, Sullivan is back with the Giants and he said Manning's
arm is as strong and lively as ever.
isn't the only one who's made that observation, especially as Manning breezed
through the first four practices of camp without throwing an interception. And
if he is really stronger and possibly better, that's remarkable as he heads into
his 12th NFL season at age 34.
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was the first practice in which the Giants could engage in contact. For the
occasion, they wore their uppers as a warm-up to Wednesday's fully padded practice
day. Of course, just because the CBA allows for contact doesn't mean the team
needs to take it to the extreme.
first fight of Giants training camp did not sit well with Tom Coughlin. Offensive
lineman Justin Pugh and defensive end Damontre Moore exchanged punches during
Monday's practice before they were quickly separated by teammates.
Beckham Jr. and Victor Cruz makes it dream job for Giants wide receivers coach
Sean Ryan. Beckham, who missed four games with a hamstring injury last year, was
spectacular in his 12 games, catching 91 passes for 1,305 yards and 12 touchdowns
and easily winning The Associated Press Offensive Rookie of the Year award. Cruz
suffered a torn patellar tendon in his right knee in Week 6 and had reconstructive
surgery, but he has made a remarkable recovery and is nearly back to full strength.
things we learned from Giants camp: 1. Odell Beckham Jr. and Victor Cruz will
be treated cautiously. 2. The prized rookies still have work to do. 3. Andre Williams
isn't going anywhere.
Beckham Jr. and Victor Cruz saw some team reps, but on a limited basis, which
head coach Tom Coughlin confirmed was the case, at least at the initial get-go.
crush for Beckham autograph nearly collapses bleachers. In response to the
incident, changes immediately were put into motion. The post-practice autograph
sessions will be relocated to the Kids' Zone at the north end of the fields and
will be limited to children 12 and under.
Giants' backfield is full and the wide receiving corps is loaded. So where
does newcomer Shane Vereen fit? Everywhere.The Giants' backfield is full and the
wide receiving corps is loaded. So where does newcomer Shane Vereen fit? Everywhere.
In four years with the Patriots, the speedy and shifty Vereen did a little bit
weeks, the Giants had barely heard from Jason Pierre-Paul. Thanks to the Daily
News, at least they've finally seen him. On Friday afternoon, team owner John
Mara got his first look at his injured defender, staring down photos obtained
exclusively by this paper.
Report - There are unique and compelling reasons for optimism in specific
areas for the 2015-2016 New York Giants, and specifically on offense, we might
see wholesale performance improvement in running backs, quarterback, wide receivers,
and offensive line - leaving tight ends and fullbacks as the only two looking
roughly at "parity" with their 2014-2015 previous counterparts.
Coughlin on Jason Pierre-Paul: 'He's decided that he doesn't want our help'.
Coughlin said he has no idea when Pierre-Paul will report to the team, saying
that he does not "know what to expect anymore."
the breakout, Larry Donnell was just another nobody in Giants training camp.
But a solid camp earned Donnell the starting job, and he went on to score six
touchdowns during the regular season, becoming the latest Giant to come parlay
August success into meaningful production. Here are four sleepers to watch in
Giants camp this year:
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Mara has "no idea" when Jason Pierre-Paul will report to training
camp. Mara acknowledged it was "very disappointing to him" that Pierre-Paul
refused to see two team officials who traveled down to Florida to check on his
physical condition, and revealed no one from the organization has even seen Pierre-Paul's
damaged right hand.
a radio silence that's forcing the Giants to prepare for the season without
the player who seemed most critical to new defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo's
'D'. When Spagnuolo last ran the Giants defense, in 2007 and 2008, he coached
a unit that relied heavily on a relentless defensive line.
Giants bid goodbye to three veteran safeties from last year - Antrel Rolle,
Quintin Demps and Stevie Brown - and are instead going with inexperienced players,
most of whom have never started a game before at this level. Is that a scary thought?
It could be considering that the safeties are involved in making some of the defensive
Commissioner Roger Goodell upheld the four-game suspension of New England
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady on Tuesday after finding that he had destroyed
potential evidence about his role in the deflation of game balls.
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