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Draft - Round 1: April 28, 8pm. Rounds 2-3: Friday, April 29, 7pm.
Rounds 4-7: Saturday, April 30,12pm
30 UPDATE - Giants
select Clemson LB B.J. Goodson in Round 4. The Giants have Devon Kennard on
one side, but both Jonathan Casillas and J.T. Thomas appear to be short-term solutions
at the weak-side linebacker spot. Perhaps Goodson could develop into an answer
McAdoo's plan crystallizing: Make Giants offense a juggernaut. The Giants
brass insist Sterling Shepard was the top player on their board when he was drafted,
which is what they always say this time of year, when presenting a unified front
will tell if this draft will be strong enough to keep general manager Jerry
Reese from paying the ultimate professional price for a few very lean years, the
same price his former cohort Tom Coughlin paid after last season. Surely, this
is indeed the GM's last stand.
29 UPDATE - The
Giants have drafted Boise State safety Darian Thompson with the 71st pick
in the third round of the NFL Draft. Thompson had 19 interceptions in his collegiate
career. He was considered the best true free safety prospect by some early in
the draft process, and was originally projected as a second-round pick.
Darian Thompson became the Mountain West's all-time interceptions leader (19),
passing Eric Weddle. A national semifinalist for the Jim Thorpe Award, he earned
four All-America nods and was named to All-Mountain West First Team.
29 UPDATE - Giants
draft Oklahoma wide receiver Sterling Shepard in 2nd round. Shepard caught
233 passes for 3,482 yards and 26 touchdowns at Oklahoma. He had 1,288 yards receiving
and 11 touchdowns last season as the Sooners won the Big 12 title and appeared
in the College Football Playoff
semifinalist for Biletnikoff Award, Shepard was named first-team All-American
by ESPN.com and second-team All-American by USA Today in 2015 after posting 86
catches for 1,288 yards and 11 touchdowns (all career highs).
Report - Giants take CB Eli Apple with first pick in draft. Let's see, what
did Jerry Reese and the Giants accomplish Thursday night with their first round
selection of Ohio State cornerback Eli Apple with the 10th overall pick?
of all, let's agree that the players they wanted were suddenly snatched away from
them - Georgia linebacker Leonard Floyd (by he Bears), Ohio State running back
Ezekiel Elliot (by the Cowboys), Michigan State offensive tackle Jack Conklin
(by the Titans) and Notre Dame offensive tackle Ronnie Stanley (by the Ravens).
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UPDATE - Giants
select Ohio State CB Eli Apple with 10th pick in NFL Draft. It was the nightmare
the Giants absolutely didn't want. So they wound up with the Ohio State cornerback
who can't cook, cornerback Eli Apple.
analysts across the board, Apple is considered a reach at ten. After both
Conklin and Floyd were off the board and Reese said the Giants fielded one offer
to trade down, but "we didn't like it" and the price to trade up was
too high. .
Apple, welcome to the Big Apple. Giants GM Jerry Reese said Apple "has
all the tools" and was the highest player on the team's draft board "without
likely to address need at linebacker by drafting Leonard Floyd. It's almost
impossible to believe that they haven't taken a linebacker in the first round
of an NFL draft in 32 years.
Giants have not gone for a linebacker in the first round since taking Carl
Banks in 1984 and this could be the year they end that streak.
can't hesitate to pick Ezekiel Elliott at No. 10. It would open up the offensive
playbook for McAdoo and help Eli Manning as he tiptoes towards the twilight of
2 of the Giants' three-day voluntary minicamp is in the books, and as promised,
head coach Ben McAdoo advanced his team a little further, mixing in the offense
and defense in some 11-on-11 drills while a fresh playlist was piped in over the
open field in the background.
was another opportunity for new head coach Ben McAdoo to install his program,
but unlike yesterday, the Giants did some offense vs. defense periods. There was
plenty of action at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center. - Five things we learned
from Wednesday's practice.
some point Thursday night, Ben McAdoo will get on the phone and introduce
himself to the team's newest player. It will be a welcome-to-the-NFL moment for
whomever the Giants select with their first-round pick, but it will also be the
first time McAdoo gets to be on that call and be part of the decision that leads
to dialing the number. So who will it be?
the organization's longtime vow of secrecy regarding the draft, McAdoo offered
no substantive information, including, of course, who the Giants will select.
"That is a good question," he said. "That is a great question.
It depends on whose mock draft you are looking at."
Warner can relate to Sam Bradford's 'tough' situation with Eagles. For Warner,
it was Eli Manning with the Giants in 2004 and Matt Leinart just two years later
the Giants have a new head coach, they are permitted to have a voluntary camp
in addition to the mandatory camp they will have in June.
do not have to show up or participate in this camp. Of course, if they want
to score some early points with new head coach Ben McAdoo, it would behoove them
to be there..
were certainly differences from the way things have been done for the past
12 seasons with the Giants. There were new drills, new stretches, and new music.
Giants have picked up the fifth-year option on offensive lineman Justin Pugh.
Pugh, 25, was the Giants' first-round pick in the 2013 NFL Draft. The move is
a no-brainer for the Giants.
Odell Beckham Jr. looks ahead to his third NFL season, the star receiver knows
the record since he has arrived with the Giants (12-20) belies his uncommon individual
success. This troubles him.
Pierre-Paul said he's in the best shape of his life and has reported to the
offseason program lighter than ever. "I'll be better than the player I was."
Report - All right, boys and girls. Do the Giants want an offensive tackle,
a running back, a defensive end, a linebacker, a safety or a cornerback with their
first-round pick Thursday night? The answer
is YES, all of the above, but clearly they'll have to make a choice.
this vantage point, and according to how the first nine picks will unfold, this
correspondent's opinion is an offensive tackle (if either Jack Conklin or Ronnie
Stanley are as yet unclaimed), a linebacker (if Myles Jack or Leonard Floyd are
there) or a running back, Ezekiel Elliot.
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Giants take the field for the first time this week when the team holds its
voluntary minicamp. After two weeks of being together for mostly weight room training
and conditioning, Eli Manning said he thinks this camp, which begins on Tuesday,
will not only give the squad the first glimpses of itself but also the first true
impressions of new coach Ben McAdoo.
Manning won't remind Odell Beckham to keep his cool against Washington corner
Josh Norman. Manning says Odell Beckham has learned from his mistakes. Manning
said he won't remind Beckham to keep his cool when they face Washington this year
-- but expects that others will.
hasn't completely disengaged from the spat. Last month, Norman was on ESPN
and had the audacity to describe Beckham as "OK." That led to Beckham
tweeting about the perceived slight and suggesting that it was Beckham's star
that provided Norman the glow of a spotlight.
year since 2008 Eli Manning has served
as the celebrity chairman of the March of Dimes "March for Babies" walk. The money
goes to a cause that is close to Manning's heart. Most of his charity work involves
out your calendars and circle the date. Sept. 25, 2016. Redskins and Giants,
MetLife Stadium, 1 p.m. EST. The Rumble in East Rutherford, Part II. Cornerback
Josh Norman, who enjoys a high-profile feud with Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham
Jr., has come to terms with the Redskins.
ready for Josh Norman vs. Odell Beckham II and III - and maybe many, many
more. The two enemies, who famously held their own personal game-long battle during
a Carolina Panthers win over the Giants last December, are now slated to face
each other twice a year after Norman signed a blockbuster, five-year, $75 million
contract with Washington on Friday.
is no love lost between the two. They don't talk, they don't intend to talk
and they're not making up any time soon. The dislike is real. They went at it
on Twitter as recently as last month.
explosive, versatile linebacker would fit nicely into the Giants lineup. He
would look perfect with the No. 10 overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft. That type
of player has been noticeably absent from the Giants roster for years.
is little doubt the Giants absolutely, positively love Myles Jack as a prospect.
He is everything anyone wants from a linebacker entering the NFL Draft and, if
he somehow is not taken in the first nine picks Thursday night, the Giants most
likely will count their blessings, select him and gleefully inject him into their
Giants' running back committee has actually grown this offseason, and could
further swell after next week's NFL Draft. But the guy who seemingly grabbed a
clear chairmanship at the end of last season does not mind.
Jennings spent last season rushing for a career-high 893 yards, eclipsing
200 touches for the first time in his seven-years in the NFL, and doing everything
possible to prove that he could be a true No. 1 running back for the Giants.
you're sick and tired of seeing strong-side linebacker Devon Kennard's name
on the injured list, just imagine how fed up he is. Actually, multiple that by
a thousand, and you get a player who is dead-set on erasing the "injury prone"
label from his name and replacing that with the "play maker" label.'
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Reese doesn't get what his boss is saying -- or doesn't care. The Giants need
to add impact players, starting with the No. 10 pick in next week's draft. They
also need to hit big on their other early-round picks. Mara's words translate
to urgency, but it is business as usual for Reese.
draft is important for the Giants. John Mara has made that crystal clear.
And he's implied that it's pretty important to his embattled general manager,
who engineered too many bad drafts in a row a few years ago, which got the Giants
stuck in their current losing rut.
clearly is pushing an agenda of impatience, proven by his unmistakable nudge
of Tom Coughlin out the door after a 6-10 season and his comments about needing
a productive draft. Mara hasn't officially placed Reese on the hot seat, but the
GM knows the reality of his production-based business.
reporters who attended Jerry Reese's pre-draft news conference today knew
nothing more about the team's intentions when it ended than they did when it began.
And that's exactly how the Giants general manager likes it.
when Odell Beckham Jr. and then-Carolina Panthers cornerback Josh Norman scuffled
all over MetLife Stadium last year? It apparently didn't stop the Giants from
making a phone call to the now-free agent cornerback.
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Man of the Year nominee for 2015 and Giants quarterback Eli Manning is receiving
another award for his off-the-field work. Manning will be honored next month for
his work in fighting childhood cancer.
- The Eagles acquired the No. 2 overall pick from the Cleveland Browns, putting
them in position to select one of the top two quarterbacks in the draft.
- They traded away Chip Kelly's $63 million cornerback mistake, Byron Maxwell.
They got rid of his $40 million running back blunder, DeMarco Murray.
- Eagles' crazy draft trade knocks Cowboys out of QB sweepstakes, but only for
one round. Yeah, the Cowboys are out now. But Jerry Jones is also enjoying a welcome
reprieve from "Who's the Worst GM" talk around the NFL.
- Should the Redskins pick a QB in the draft? Are the Redskins ready for another
quarterback controversy? Penn State passer Christian Hackenberg visited Redskins
Park on Tuesday; another potential pick getting a closer look before the April
a $200 million spending spree in free agency, the Giants enter draft week
with plenty of holes to fill. They could use a right tackle, another defensive
end, a linebacker, a cornerback, a safety, a tight end, a receiver. And they won't
be able to get them all next week.
a scare last season that threatened to end his playing career, Giants tight
end Larry Donnell received medical clearance from the team Tuesday and officially
signed his restricted free agent tender of $1.671 million for the 2016 season.
has the most experience among the tight end candidates for the Giants. In
three seasons he has 95 catches for 877 yards and eight touchdowns. Last season
he had 29 catches for 223 yards and two TDs before his injury.
addition to Tye and Donnell, the Giants also have Matt LaCosse and Jerome
Cunningham under contract. Tight ends coach Kevin Gilbride mentioned last month
that LaCosse impressed with both his blocking and pass catching over the final
few weeks of last season.
role with the Giants, however, is anything but set. In Donnell's absence late
last season, undrafted free agent Will Tye emerged, piling up 42 catches for 464
yards and impressing the Giants with his athleticism.
Strahan is trading one morning show for another: He's leaving ABC's "Live:
Kelly and Michael" for "Good Morning America."
Parker has been arrested in South Florida on drug charges. Again.
Mara discusses on-field conduct as a focus of the NFL's competition committee.
federal appeals court upheld an estimated $1 billion plan by the NFL to settle
thousands of concussion lawsuits filed by former players.
most reliable and consistent player the Giants had in 2015, in terms of succeeding
at one specific job requirement, was Josh Brown. The veteran kicker connected
on 30 of his 32 field-goal attempts as he compiled a career-high 134 points. The
Giants made sure Brown stayed put, re-signing him Monday to a two-year contract
worth $4 million.
made 30 of 32 field goal attempts in 2015, a franchise-record 93.8 percent
success rate. He broke his own mark of 92.3, set in 2014. In three seasons with
the Giants, Brown has hit 77 of 84 field goal tries, a team-record 91.7 percentage
(minimum 50 attempts). His 30 field goals last year were the Giants' fifth-highest
honeymoon is over for Jerry Reese. Those two Super Bowl titles in his first
nine years as general manager have word off and the stench of the past few years
has stuck to his resume. Reese is under fire after four straight playoff-less
years and three straight losing seasons. An inordinate amount of misses in the
draft (see: Round 3-7 from 2009-13) has left his roster lacking.
spending over $200 million on free agents, and despite the fact they beat
the Cowboys once last season and should have defeated them twice, the Giants are
considered underdogs for their season-opening showdown in Dallas. And the line
is a bit up there, too - the Cowboys are favored by five-and-a-half points, according
to the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook.
hardest stretch of the Giants schedule could be the first six games, when
their rebuilt defense faces three of the four Super Bowl-winning quarterbacks
(Drew Brees, Aaron Rodgers and Joe Flacco) on their schedule. Talk about being
thrown directly into the fire.
6 cant-miss games on 2016 NFL calendar.
the fourth consecutive year, the Giants will open their season on the road.
And, for the fourth time in the past five years, they will open their season facing
the Cowboys. The Giants play four of their last six games on the road. The last
two, though, do not require flights, as they play in Philadelphia and then close
out the regular season at Washington on New Years Day.
three-game homestand that includes a Monday night game, back-to-back road
night games, and a meeting against the Los Angeles Rams in London highlight the
Giants 2016 regular-season schedule, A complete analysis and game-by-game breakdown.
Giants will have the NFLs second-easiest schedule this season as they aim
to snap a four-year postseason drought in their first season with head coach Ben
McAdoo at the helm.
if the NFL can get everyone to watch a two-hour show about a schedule, then
its certainly worth analyzing that schedule five months before the start of the
regular season and two weeks before teams the NFL draft.
the Giants posted a 2016 schedule graphic on social media Thursday night that
referred to the Redskins as "Washington" while using a nickname for every other
team on the schedule, it appeared as if the Giants were taking a similar stand
against the divisive nickname to the one the Eagles took. And then, about a half-hour
later, the Giants posted a different graphic that used the Redskins nickname,
suggesting they had reversed the stance they were assumed to have taken.
Mara opened up his checkbook in March to give the Giants a talent infusion
with several high-profile signings. Now he expects general manager Jerry Reese
and the rest of the front office brain trust to follow up with a strong showing
in the NFL Draft two weeks from Thursday.
Mara isnt passing up any opportunities to put the screws to general manager
Jerry Reese. Mara continued to ratchet up the public pressure on Reese on Wednesday,
describing the upcoming NFL Draft as "time to pick it up" in the wake
of four consecutive non-playoff seasons.
2016 schedule will be here soon. Now how tough is it? If the previous season
is any indicator -- and its often not in the NFL -- the New York Giants are tied
for having the second-easiest strength of schedule this year.
NFL announced that the 2016 regular-season schedule will be unveiled Thursday.
NFL Network will have live wall-to-wall coverage of the schedule reveal starting
at 8 p.m. ET, breaking down each teams potential path to Super Bowl LI.
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Jason Pierre-Pauls second game following the infamous July 4 fireworks accident
that severely damaged his right hand, he started at right defensive end Nov. 15
against the Patriots wearing a special glove on his right hand. At halftime, the
glove was off and the massive wrap was back on. Now we know why.
told his story exclusively to Sports Illustrateds Jason Buckland, detailing
everything that occurred, along with videos and photos. "People want to know the
story," he told SI, "so Im putting it out there so people understand the story.
Lets move on." The full story can be read by following this
link; a word of warning: The videos and photos with the story are extremely
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McAdoo addressed the team for the first time as head coach before the players
headed to the weight room for their first workout under new strength and conditioning
coach Aaron Wellman.
Eli Manning and Giants, unofficial start of Ben McAdoo regime.Eli Manning
showed up for an official day of work Monday and, for the first time in his NFL
career, Tom Coughlin was not there as his coach.
months ago, Eli Manning had been very nearly shaken to tears by Coughlins
departure. But on Monday, the oldest player on the Giants roster was back to his
normal, steady self, and he proclaimed himself "excited" for the season
Manning has spent the past few weeks reaching out to some of his new Giants
teammates, he said Monday, to introduce himself and see if there is anything he
can do in order to make their transition a more smooth one.
said he hopes Victor Cruz, who has missed most of the last two seasons with
leg issues, can "be out there healthy" alongside Odell Beckham Jr. But beyond
that pair, the club has no proven targets on the roster.
Giants hope the trio of center Weston Richburg, left guard Justin Pugh and
left tackle Ereck Flowers form the foundation of a line on the cusp of being one
of the leagues best units
Manning shared teammate Justin Pughs sentiments that among the factors that
kept hurting the Giants offense was their lack of scoring in the red zone and
improving on third down.
Giants finally added an offensive tackle as they opened up their offseason
workout program Monday, signing Byron Stingily, who has started nine games in
his five-year NFL career.
Giants are well-stocked at running back, with four players who ran the ball
in 2015 remaining on the roster. They are adding another running back, as Bobby
Rainey will arrive on Monday when their offseason workout program begins.
who is Rainey? He appeared in all 16 games for the Buccaneers last year, but
started none, receiving a grand total of eight offensive touches. He was very
active on special teams, though, returning 29 punts (10.0 yard average) and 19
kickoffs (24.7 yard average). Rainey played a team-leading 268 special teams snaps.
Giants had many boxes to check off as they entered this offseason, so many
holes to fill as they embarked on free agency. Quickly, they put checkmarks into
several of the neediest boxes.
Giants do not live in the AFC East, but theyll be summering there. Their preseason
schedule consists of four games against the four teams that play in the AFC East:
the Dolphins, Bills, Jets and Patriots.
season, the Giants beat the Dolphins and Bills on the road and lost to the
Jets and Patriots at home. McAdoo will make his preseason debut on Aug. 12, in
MetLife Stadium against the Dolphins.
of the Giants major free agent acquisitions this offseason - defensive end
Olivier Vernon and defensive tackle Damon Harrison - will get to play against
their old clubs in the preseason.
Kuhn is headed to Foxborough. The former Giants defensive tackle and 2012
draft pick announced he is signing with the New England Patriots on his Instagram
account Thursday night.
much for the inactivity of the past couple weeks. The Giants signed three
players, including two offensive linemen. Center/guard Dillon Farrell and Ryan
Seymour join the competition on the line. It was much needed. Fullback or H-back
Will Johnson has the biggest chance to make an impact.
has spent his entire four-year career with the Pittsburgh Steelers, where
he played an H-back role, lining up mostly as a fullback and occasionally as a
tight end. The 6-2, 240-pounder could provide some competition for fullback Nikita
Randle, 24, officially signed a one-year deal with the Eagles late last week.
He expects to be a starter. Despite some concerns about his work ethic and desire,
it was a calculated risk by the Eagles front office. Randle was guaranteed just
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Spagnuolo admits hes disappointed he wasnt named Giants head coach. Spagnuolo
was among the first to interview for the vacated head coaching job, hoping to
run the team. But the task of replacing Coughlin went to Ben McAdoo.
made it clear he is hoping one of the Giants three young safeties - Nat Berhe,
Bennett Jackson and Mykkele Thompson - will emerge and grab the open starting
spot next to Landon Collins.
said that there was a chance of Jason Pierre-Paul moving to the left side,
a move that, years ago, helped Hall of Fame defensive end Michael Strahan take
his game to a whole new level.
Sullivan wants to call the plays in Ben McAdoos first year as Giants head
coach and, if hes handed that responsibility, believes he will be an asset.
Giants were 29th in the NFL in red-zone offense. After studying themselves,
Sullivan and McAdoo thought too much of that was self-inflicted.
NFL teams strength and conditioning coach is not usually an in-demand interview.
But that is exactly what Aaron Wellman was on Friday.
of the Giants assistant coaches meeting the media. Offensive Coordinator Mike
Sullivan. Defensive Coordinator Steve Spagnuolo. Head Strength Coach Aaron Wellman.
Special Teams Coordinator Tom Quinn
Cruz is a Giant enigma and a wild card all wrapped into one. And there wont
be any clarity until he steps on the field and proves (in a real game) he can
play at an NFL level.
taking a substantial paycut, Cruz is trying to return. And while the Giants
are not necessarily counting on him, they certainly are hopeful that he can at
least be on the field and something close to the player he was at the prime of
Coughlin is not going to be with the Giants in any capacity this season. When
Coughlin stepped aside at the end of the season, the Giants front office seemed
to leave the door open for a role with the organization, but the future Hall of
Fame coach said it hasnt happened.
slammed that door shut on Wednesday, finally completely ruling out a return,
and finally delivering some round criticism to his old franchise (and GM Jerry
Reese) for never giving him the ammunition needed to chase a playoff berth in
his final four years with the Giants.
who received a standing ovation from the sellout crowd at Radio City Music
Hall, also made two things crystal clear once more: He was forced out the door
by the Giants, and he still has some hard feelings about the situation.
Giants announced they have re-signed linebacker Jasper Brinkley, the teams
third-leading tackler in the 2015 season. Brinkley, who is entering his eighth
NFL season and second with the Giants, was an unrestricted free agent.
30, was picked up by the Giants four days prior to the start of the 2015 season
after he was dumped by the Cowboys. He ended up starting the final nine games
at middle linebacker, becoming a full-timer after Jon Beason was lost for the
season with a knee injury.
Beatty plots comeback from shoulder surgery. Teams have expressed interest
in him since he was released - the Raiders and Broncos both reached out and asked
him to visit for a workout - but he decided to decline those invites until he
is fully healed.
Tisch called his offseason "a perfect storm" for his Giants. At
their lowest moment they were struck with a tsunami -- a triple infusion of energy
in the form of a new coach, a ton of salary cap space and "some great players"
willing to take their money. The co-owner said he was excited. Ben McAdoo said
he was excited too. He was just handed more talent and more support than Tom Coughlin
got in his last four seasons combined with the Giants.
the Giants handed out an $85 million contract to Olivier Vernon, it was pretty
obvious they thought he was a special player. Vernon was their top priority this
offseason, and even though coach Ben McAdoo said they wouldnt have signed him
at all costs, it was pretty close.
Justin Pugh was drafted by the Giants with the 19th overall pick in 2013,
it began a three-year streak of the team selecting an offensive lineman in the
first two rounds. After Pugh, center Weston Richburg was taken in the second round
in 2014, and left tackle Ereck Flowers went ninth overall in 2015. The three are
now cornerstones in the foundation of a new-look offensive line.
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Report - When the Giants declined to offer wide receiver Rueben Randle a new
contract (he signed a one-year "show me" agreement with Philadelphia last Wednesday),
he became the last surviving draftee of 2012. He was a second-round pick and now
there are no players remaining on the roster from that draft. None from the 2011
draft, either, by the way, since first-round pick Prince Amukamara left for Jacksonville.
In fact, from 2007 through 2012, there are two - thats TWO - players on the current
roster, defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul (first in 2010) and long-snapper Zak DeOssie
(fourth in 2007). Coincidentally, general manager Jerry Reese has been in command
of the draft since that 2007 draft. This is not intended to be overly critical
anyone asks Mayor James Cassella if the Super Bowl should once again be played
at Met Life Stadium, he has a two-word answer: "Probably not."
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