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2014 Regular Season Schedule
Mon 9/8at Detroit7:10 PM Sun 11/9at Seattle4:25 PM
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July 22 Offensive linemen don't get stats. They don't gain yards or score touchdowns or sack quarterbacks. Check out Chris Snee's page on ESPN.com right here and, well, you don't see a whole lot of information. But Snee makes a strong case as the best offensive lineman in Giants history.
The 32-year-old played just three games last season because of a torn hip labrum and later had right elbow surgery in November. He planned on returning this year but was having trouble with his elbow during OTAs and both of his surgically repaired hips were barking as well. "I know it's my time," Snee said.
The elbow was the last part of Snee's physique to give out, preventing him from practicing this spring. When the injury did not heal this summer, it became evident that he could not contemplate another season, even after 141 regular-season and 11 postseason starts as one of the best offensive linemen in Giants history. "There's only so much cartilage and bone you can take out of a joint," Snee said.

Chris Snee, of course, will be remembered for more than being Coughlin's son-in-law. He was perennially one of the strongest players on the team, winning the weightlifting competition year after year. He was fast for his size and maintained all his power from snap through contact. He hated losing, and hated to be embarrassed even more.
His departure leaves Eli Manning as the only starter from the Super Bowl XLII team (long-snapper Zak DeOssie and defensive end Mathias Kiwanuka, who was on injured reserve in 2007, also were on that team). It also leaves the Giants' offensive line without any starters from the Super Bowl XLVI win just 21/2 years ago.
The 32-year-old guard bid a tearful farewell to the Giants and the NFL Monday, barely getting the words out during a minute's worth of halting sentences announcing the end of his comeback attempt. "It's a bittersweet day," Snee began, needing nearly 20 seconds to compose himself, "but, uh, one I really had no choice in.

David Wilson finally got the good news he was waiting for Monday regarding his surgically repaired neck, receiving a doctor's word that he was cleared for all football activities on the day the Giants reported for their first day of training camp.

The Giants said linebacker Jon Beason would be the only player to begin training camp on the active/physically unable to perform list, which is no surprise given that he's recovering from a broken foot. Beason has said he hopes to be ready by Week 1, and playing him on the training camp PUP list does not affect that hope.

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July 21 Chris Snee will walk into the team facility as a Giant Monday morning. He might not walk out as one by the end of the day.
One more season. That's what Chris Snee is hoping for, but his body might not allow him to suit up for an 11th season at right guard for the Giants.
Chris Snee is having a hard time with his recovery from offseason elbow surgery, and he has not progressed physically to the point that would allow him to play an 11th NFL season.
Although Snee can decide to try and play through pain, signs are pointing toward the 32-year-old heavily considering retirement.

In Tom Coughlin and Eli Manning, the Giants head into training camp with their franchise foundations in place, but that does not mean this is a business-as-usual summer. There is newness all around -- from the wholly redesigned playbook put together by first-year offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo to the revamped defensive backfield.

The excuses were plentiful and most of them were valid, no matter whom anyone wanted to blame for last year's disaster. The offensive line was terrible. The offensive scheme was stale. Injuries destroyed the running backs. The top receiver's effort was questionable. The tight end position became a black hole.

In Ben McAdoo, Tom Coughlin seems to have gotten a younger version of himself. Both circle the field in the same way. Both can intimidate with a stone expression. Both, while not opposed to the new wave of NFL thinking, are grounded in the old school. Coughlin was a running back behind Larry Csonka and Floyd Little. McAdoo was an undersized left tackle at a high school that didn't pass..

Tom Coughlin has a contract that runs through the 2015 season and some people have opined that the two-time Super Bowl winner has earned the right to decide when his run as the team's coach comes to an end. One of the guys who pays Coughlin's salary is not one of those people.

Rashad Jennings: How he trained for his first training camp with the Giants. running back Rashad Jennings is serious about his craft. So serious that when the team dispersed for four-plus weeks between the end of the minicamp and the start of training camp, Jennings barely took a break.

Jon Beason will not participate in Monday afternoon's conditioning test when he and the Giants players report for the start of training camp, but the middle linebacker said he could if he had to and he fully expects to be ready for the start of the regular season Sept. 8.

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July 20 In the wake of last season's 7-9 debacle, Giants owner John Mara talked of fixing a "broken" offense, of rethinking the offensive philosophy. And then, Mara delivered. The Giants, traditionally frugal in free agency, doled out more than $100 million in contracts, importing more than 20 new players.

Five questions for the Giants entering training camp: How quickly will the players grasp Ben McAdoo's new offense? Can Eli Manning rebound? How will David Wilson be used? When will Jon Beason be back? ho will be the five starting offensive linemen?

Eli Manning is one of the brightest minds in the game, a man with the rare ability to process reams of information even as he drops back to pass and surveys a defense. But even he acknowledges this is a daunting challenge, his biggest since those first uncertain games in his fledgling start as a rookie.

Tom Coughlin may have shown more patience during Giants practices this offseason than in all of his previous coaching career combined. A wrong route? No problem, son. A missed assignment? Let's just try it again. Miscommunication? Hey, these things happen!

The Giants report to camp Monday and hit the field for practice Tuesday, nearly a week earlier than most teams, a jump-start based on their participation in the Aug. 3 Hall of Fame Game against the Bills.

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July 18 John Mara likes what he sees but won't be making any more Giants predictions. "I was the same idiot who said last year it was the best team we'd had in years," Mara said Thursday, "and look what happened."

Antrel Rolle named a Top-5 Safety. Safety, cornerback, linebacker, he does it all for them in some form on defense. But on a roster, you can be listed at only one spot. For Rolle, that's safety, and after a career year, he was ranked third in the NFL at his position by Bucky Brooks.

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July 17 It may be the single biggest question facing the Giants entering training camp: Will right guard Chris Snee be able to play this season? Nobody seems to know the answer.

The Giants - with over 40 new faces reporting on Monday, as well as a new offense led by Ben McAdoo - are proving to be one of the toughest teams to predict.

The Giants retooled their roster with a bevy of free agents, shoring up their secondary, offensive line and running back corps. But they're still looking for some help from within.

July 16 Special Report - As we head into the Giants' training camp, which begins Monday, there are a few areas to mention -- and this time, they aren't going to be negative ones such as who will play tight end, who will be the middle linebacker and who will start at running back? In this case, why not concentrate on those who might come up with a superlative season?

Eli Manning says he's energized and revitalized, ready and excited to learn a new offensive scheme for the first time in a decade. And next week, when the Giants open training camp in East Rutherford, their two-time Super Bowl MVP quarterback will finally get to show it.

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July 13 The grind begins one week from Monday. The Giants open training camp at their Quest Diagnostics Training Center leading into their 2014 season. There's a lot that will take place in the seven weeks before the 2014 campaign officially begins. Here are dates between now and then to circle on the calendar.

After a 7-9 campaign and a turnover of the Giants roster, the future still isn't so bright. "The foundation of the roster is weak," former front office executive and current analyst Louis Riddick said in ESPN's 2014 NFL Future Power Rankings.

July 12 Eli Manning works with Giants rookie receiver Odell Beckham at the Manning Passing Academy going over concepts and signals from the Giants' new offense under first-time coordinator Ben McAdoo.

The outlook for the Giants secondary in 2014 has been widely optimistic, and now a ranking by NFL.com names a new member of the Giants defense as one of the best corners in the game.

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David Tyree's helmet catch in the waning minutes of the Super Bowl XLII victory over the New England Patriots had to be the winner for most memorable play in New York Giants history. The helmet catch was a runaway winner in fan balloting, pulling in more than 70 percent of the votes.

July 11 For the first time in what seems like forever, the Giants will put on the field a multitude of options in their return game when they report for training camp this month.

The biggest key to the Giants' success over the next three years is a player who's only signed for two of them, and it's not a young player. Quarterback Eli Manning is as vital to his team's success as any player in the league.

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July 9 The Giants announced their full training camp schedule. They will hold 14 practices open to the public, beginning on Tuesday, July 22, and ending on Thursday, Aug. 14. All practices will be at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
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July 8 The right guard spot is less than certain following the spring, especially with the flare-up in Chris Snee's surgically repaired elbow. He's also coming off a second hip surgery and needs to put on 10 pounds of good weight by training camp. Brandon Mosley has been fighting for the spot in his absence, and offensive line coach Pat Flaherty has been pleased with the results so far.

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David Tyree pinned the ball against the forehead of his helmet with his left hand, then managed somehow to get his left hand back on the ball and maintain possession all the way to the ground. This is one of three nominations for the most memorable play in Giants history. In the next two days, we'll feature Lawrence Taylor's sack that broke Joe Theismann's leg in 1985 and the Joe Pisarcik-Herman Edwards "Miracle at the Meadowlands" play from 1978. Please vote for your choice as the Giants' most memorable play.

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July 5 A position-by-position look at the Giants' roster heading into training camp. A look at the offensive line, which was the unit most responsible for the 2013 collapse and an area they hope they've improved this offseason.

It didn't take long for rookie running back Andre Williams to get the message: the Giants need to be a cohesive unit "at all times." Thanks to group text messages -- one with his position players only and one that includes running back coach Craig Johnson -- that memo has gone mobile. The linebackers and wide receivers have also established similar group texts.

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It's been about five months since hordes of Super Bowl fans found themselves stuck on train platforms for hours, waiting for NJ Transit to get them home from the big game.

Froggy lived in a big grandfather clock and Andy Devine would coax him to come out.

July 4 As the team's new quarterbacks coach, Danny Langsdorf had to feel out a relationship with his new quarterback; one that wasn't too reverential and one that wasn't too stern. But early on, he knew moments like this would make working with Manning easier. There was already a mutual respect.

The perception of Eli Manning among NFL insiders is all over the map. Very few view him as elite. ESPN's Mike Sando did an excellent project on NFL quarterbacks that anonymously polled 15 personnel people (including eight general managers) and 11 coaches. For the most part, the personnel people and coaches agreed. But Manning provided one of the biggest splits.

For the better part of the past 19 years, Charles Way has been a Giant. Whether it is as a fullback or involved in player development, he's been involved with the organization that drafted him out of Virginia in the 1995 NFL Draft. That will change this year because Way accepted a job as the NFL's new Head of Player Engagement.

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Giants - What will be the biggest changes in the Giants' offense under new coordinator Ben McAdoo?
Cowboys - Without Sean Lee, DeMarcus Ware and Jason Hatcher, can the Cowboys' defense be good enough?
Eagles - Can safety Malcolm Jenkins really make a significant difference in a secondary that allowed the most passing yards in the NFL last season?
Redskins - Has the Redskins' defense improved enough to make a difference in 2014?

July 2 Stevie Brown believes his surgically repaired knee is fully healthy, and he's not expecting to be limited at all in training camp later this month. The Giants safety, who tore his ACL in preseason against the Jets last year, expects to be able to practice fully.

New Giants CB explains the difference of playing with Eli and Peyton Manning. "Both have had great success in this league, but they are two very different quarterbacks," Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie told the Bradenton Herald

The last time we saw Will Beatty, he was capping off a regressive season on the back of a training staff cart while nursing a shattered right leg. It was a long season, and Beatty admitted as much after surrendering 13 sacks in 16 games.

July 1 Under the Radar players. Make sure you watch these three players closely throughout training camp! CB Charles James. Safety Quintin Demps. TE Daniel Fells.

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Justin Tuck said he's surprised he's not a Giant. Justin Tuck has always been bi-coastal, maintaining friends and favorite locations around the San Francisco Bay Area throughout his career, so moving to Oakland and playing for the Raiders wasn't strange.

June 28 There are many new faces in the Giants locker room this year, particularly on the offensive line. Following the final day of the Giants' three-day mandatory mini-camp last Thursday, offensive line coach Pat Flaherty spoke about some of the new players, such as center J.D. Walton and guard/center Weston Richburg.

When the Giants allowed Linval Joseph to walk this offseason with little or no resistance, it became obvious that they viewed last year's second-round pick Johnathan Hankins as his heir apparent. Nothing that the team has said or done in the months since has altered that line of thinking. "It's his turn," coach Tom Coughlin said during OTAs. "That's why he's here."

Danny Langsdorf, the Giants new quarterbacks coach, never anticipated a realistic scenario where he'd need to divide up camp reps between five quarterbacks, even when the Giants had five on the roster. Eli Manning will obviously get a majority of the reps, but with Ryan Nassib still developing, how many each does he provide to Nassib and Curtis Painter to ensure both know the new offense?

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June 27 David Wilson made it clear last week that he didn't want to answer any "neck questions." The Giants' third-year running back is hoping a July 21 exam of his surgically repaired neck will clear him for contact in time for training camp, and until that does or doesn't happen, he's right. There's not a lot more to say about it.

Safety Stevie Brown, who came to the Giants as a free agent in the 2012 offseason, is entering his fifth season as a Pro. It was with the Giants where Brown had hi breakout season in 2012, recording a team-high eight interceptions for a league-high 307 yards in addition to two forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and 19 pass breakups.

Odell Beckham (5-11, 198 pounds) may not be the biggest or tallest wide receiver out there, but he's expected to do some very large things for the Big Blue on the football field, beginning this season. When you're drafted 12th overall, there is no grace period. That's the burden of being such a high selection. Beckham was selected in the upper half of the first round by the Giants in last month's NFL Draft.

Over the past five years, Giants running backs have the second-most rushing touchdowns (74) and the 11th-most rushing yards (8,337) among NFL corps. Over that span, the Giants have run the ball on 55 percent of their plays from inside the 10-yard line, the seventh-highest rate in the NFL.

The Giants' ideal plan with their defensive tackles is to rotate them to keep them fresh. At this point, they project to have a four-man rotation at that position that includes veterans Cullen Jenkins and Mike Patterson and young players Johnathan Hankins and Markus Kuhn.

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June 26 After signing his big contract extension last summer, Victor Cruz showed up at training camp and told his coaches he wanted to work to improve his blocking. Yes, that's a wide receiver, in the wake of signing his big contract, deciding he wants to work on blocking because he knows he's got to get better at it to help the team and make himself a more complete player.

The Giants have been talking about Ben McAdoo's scheme and how it will make life easier for wideouts who were uncomfortable using the visual cues in Kevin Gilbride's offense. Rueben Randle, whose miscommunication with Eli Manning on audibled routes led to several glaring mistakes last year, was among McAdoo's biggest champions.

The Giants had a plan when they released safety Will Hill following his third suspension in three years. It began with reinserting Stevie Brown into a starting role and utilizing offseason signing Quintin Demps as their third safety.

The Giants know they need Chris Snee back healthy at right guard to get the most from their offensive line this year, and they aren't worried about the missed time costing Snee time in the new offense. They think his health is more important.

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The NFL agreed Wednesday to remove a $675 million cap on damages from thousands of concussion-related claims after a federal judge questioned whether there would be enough money to cover as many as 20,000 retired players.
Under the new agreement, the NFL must pay claims for the next 65 years while no longer limiting the fund for those payments to $675 million. That ceiling had been a sticking point for the settlement in the eyes of the federal judge in Philadelphia overseeing the case.

June 25 Eli Manning may get together with Giants receivers before training camp. Their offseason workout program was complete and, by rule, they're not allowed on the field at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center until the start of camp on July 21.

Rueben Randle led the Giants in touchdown receptions in 2013. Now, that's a little like being the tallest dwarf, since he only had six of them and the Giants' offense was so bad that no one else could come up with more than four.

Jason Pierre-Paul continually proclaims himself fully healthy for the first time in nearly two years and says he's ready to do incredible things at defensive end for the Giants this year. Their hope and belief is that he's right.

The Giants did their best to manufacture some linebacker depth this offseason with the additions of Jameel McClain in free agency and Devon Kennard in the draft. During OTA's and minicamp. one of the most frequently-seen faces was Dan Fox, an undrafted free agent out of Notre Dame.

Newly signed former Chicago Bears cornerback Zack Bowman was one of the standout stars of OTA and minicamp practices for the Giants this offseason. He will have to fight for playing time, as he sits on the depth chart behind projected starters Prince Amukamara and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and slot corner Walter Thurmond.

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June 24 Three months of Organized Team Activities (OTAs) and a mandatory minicamp have taught us plenty about the 2014 Giants. Of course, with close to another month until training camp and two months until the start of the season, a lot is subject to change.

Giants RB coach: Don't sleep on Michael Cox, Kendall Gaskins when pads come on. David Wilson, until he is cleared, will be a question mark. Andre Williams is a rookie, but is making progress. Learning more about them will take time.

The goal for cornerback Prince Amukamara last year was a simple one: Stay healthy and play all 16 games. This had been a problem for Amukamara in his first two NFL seasons, so the Giants made it clear to him before 2013 started that his focus should be on durability and availability.

The Giants didn't make a splash at the tight end position this offseason, but Jerry Reese has found plenty of success with tight ends who aren't exactly household names coming out of college.
Several options remain on the thinning free agent market, headed by former Packer Jermichael Finley, who is trying to rebound from a neck injury. And the Giants recently worked out another former Green Bay tight end, Tom Crabtree.

The Giants ranked 26th in the NFL in punt-return average and 27th in kickoff-return average in 2013, so it's little surprise that they spent part of their offseason focus on those areas.
When the Giants drafted Odell Beckham Jr. 12th overall in the NFL Draft last month, one of the reasons they mentioned for making him such a high pick was his return ability.

June 23 When Ronnie Barnes began working for the Giants in 1976, part of his job was to develop a menu for the players. But at the start, catering was quite simple. "If a majority said they wanted fried chicken," he said, "then that is what we had." He can laugh about it now as he and team nutritionist Tara Ostrowe pilot a continuous overhaul of the team cafeteria and dietary program. This offseason was by far their boldest.

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June 22 Five months after he was hired as the Giants' new offensive coordinator, Ben McAdoo may still be the most important offseason addition to a team that has experienced more turnover than at any other point in the past decade. And hardly anyone knows who he is..

The minicamp is over, and all those non-contact offseason training sessions are done. And now, the Giants have at least a few things settled. By the time the Giants wrapped up their minicamp and headed into a month of relaxation (they return for training camp on July 21), they'd answered at least a few questions.
There have been some changes this spring on the Giants depth chart. That's what happens when the coaches run players through months of practices, even if they are without pads. Some players impress. Others have their stock drop.

There is a reason the NFC East has not allowed back-to-back division champs in almost a decade. It's because of the competition between the four teams, making it possible for one franchise to go from last to first in any given season -- and vice versa. But the scales are often tipped according to quarterback play.

A year after suffering its worst performance in recent memory, the New York Giants' offensive line, which brought in two projected new veteran starters in Geoff Schwartz at left guard and J.D. Walton at center, is hoping to become a strength of the offense.

June 21 Special Report - The Giants' off-season program has officially wrapped and it's time to play golf, go fishing, take vacations and rest up for the 2014 season. Training camp opens in month. Last week, we ruminated over the changes to the Giants' offensive system under new coordinator Ben McAdoo. The system is still being installed as we speak.
In fact, wide receiver Reuben Randle let it slip earlier this week that he has talked to coaches about lining up as a slot receiver now and then - or perhaps it was the coaching staff talking to him. Whether or not that happens in a live game situation remains to be seen, but it's yet another wrinkle for the offense, considering that Randle's size/speed is built for the outside spot.

Ben McAdoo's first meeting with members of the Giants' offense two months ago left little doubt as to what his philosophy was all about. The new offensive coordinator preached speed, on the field and off; haste not waste; and a simple message: "Get in your playbook and learn it because we're not stopping." In the words of Tom Coughlin, McAdoo is "exactly what I thought when we hired him."
Ben McAdoo is doing his best to blend the offensive philosophies he learned as a Packers assistant with the schemes that helped the Giants to two Super Bowl titles since 2006. The 2014 Giants will not feature some revolutionary offense, he said. The only thing McAdoo has aimed to do is simplify an attack that was filled with miscommunications in 2013, when the Giants totaled a league-worst 44 giveaways.

Last year was a big year for safety Antrel Rolle. He was named a defensive team captain. He made it to the Pro Bowl. And on the field, he was one of the most reliable performers the Giants had on either side of the ball. But to hear his position coach tell it, Rolle is still developing as a safety and is likely to get even better this year and beyond.

Justin Pugh started all 16 games at right tackle for the Giants as a rookie in 2013. But because he was a first-round pick and left tackle Will Beatty struggled, there are those who wonder if Pugh will or should be moved to left tackle, either now or in the future.

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