GIANTS RUMORS & GOSSIP

4 Recently Cut Players Who Could Help The New York Gaints

At this stage in the offseason, very few moves are being made on a daily basis by NFL teams. But once free agency starts, 13 teams have at least $40 million in cap space to spend on whoever they’d like, making it one of the more interesting times of the football season. From the perspective of the New York Giants, the signings of Damon Harrison, Olivier Vernon, and Janoris Jenkins...
Via Big Blue Unbiased
1 hour ago

New York Giants: Johnathan Hankins Is Expected To Get Big Money (Report)

According to ESPN’s Jordan Raanan, New York Giants defensive tackle Johnathan Hankins is expected to get paid big-time when he hits the open market in March. Raanan expects his next contract to be somewhere in the neighborhood of five years and $43 million, roughly, $9 million per season on average. Last offseason, the Giants gave Damon Harrison a five-year deal worth $46 million...
Via Big Blue Unbiased
2 hours ago

New York Giants: Tight Ends To Consider In Free Agency

The New York Giants have a void to fill at tight end. If the draft isn’t the road to the answer, then which free agent tight ends should the Giants consider? Roughly a year after Jerry Reese invested $200 million to solidify the defense, the New York Giants are in search of answers on offense. Though there may be […] New York Giants: Tight Ends To Consider In Free Agency...
Via G-Men Headquarters
3 hours ago

2017 NFL Draft: OL experts dissect Ryan Ramczyk, Cam Robinson, Garett Bolles

Manyweather, Thorn break down top prospects Offensive line play is perhaps the most technical and misunderstood part of the NFL. Yet, it is critical to the success of any offense. With the New York Giants in need of offensive line upgrades this offseason, information about top offensive line prospects in the 2017 NFL Draft is at a premium. So, input from analysts who really understand...
Via Big Blue View
3 hours ago

Giants think they’ll get 2-3 more years from Eli Manning

The era of at least one Manning brother playing in the NFL should complete its second decade, but it won’t last much longer than that.Peyton Manning’s career lasted from 1998 to 2015, and the Giants expect Eli Manning to give them two or three more quality seasons, according to Bob Glauber of Newsday via Pro Football Talk.Glauber said the Giants have begun to think about a post...
Via The Sports Daily
4 hours ago  |  Discuss

Giants expect 2-3 more years from Eli Manning

Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, a first-round pick in 2004 and two-time Super Bowl winner, has begun to muse about retirement. Giants quarterback Eli Manning, a first-round pick in 2004 and two-time Super Bowl winner, has not. The Giants nevertheless are thinking about life after Eli. As Bob Glauber of Newsday said during a Monday visit…
Via Pro Football Talk
4 hours ago

Scouting Report: Ranking the top Interior D-Line prospects

Giants.com takes a look at NFL.com's scouting reports on the 2017 draft prospects: Leading up to the NFL Scouting Combine, NFL Media’s Mike Mayock unveiled his first position-by-position rankin...
Via Giants.com
5 hours ago

New York Giants Believe Eli Manning Has 2-3 Productive Years Left

According to Bob Glauber of Newsday, the New York Giants believe quarterback Eli Manning has two or three productive years left in his career. This time frame comes as no surprise when you consider Manning is 36 years old and has three years remaining on his contract. Last season, the Giants quarterback had his lowest yards per attempt average since 2007, showing signs of a potential...
Via Big Blue Unbiased
5 hours ago

2017 NFL Draft Prospect Profile: Eric Saubert, TE, Drake

The Giants have relied on under-the-radar tight ends for most of the last decade. Could they draft another one in 2017? For most of the last decade the New York Giants have relied on developing under-the-radar players to supply their offense with tight ends. They last drafted one highly in 2009 when they selected Travis Beckum in the third round, but the Giants’ offense wasn’t...
Via Big Blue View
6 hours ago

NFL Mock Draft 2017: Could Giants get stunning steal at No. 23?

PFF projects Stanford pass rusher Solomon Thomas landing with the Giants in its latest 2017 NFL Mock Draft. Watch video In a little over two weeks, the Giants may be looking at a defensive line rebuild. If that comes to pass, they would likely jump at the scenario Pro Football Focus presented in a recent mock draft. The Giants...
Via NJ.com
8 hours ago

NFL Free Agency: Does DL Jared Odrick make sense for Giants?

Big Blue might need reinforcements on the defensive line The New York Giants are facing the possibility, the nightmare scenario if you will, of losing both defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul and defensive tackle Johnathan Hankins in free agency. Even if the Giants somehow manage to keep both players, there is an argument to be made that the depth on the defensive line could stand an...
Via Big Blue View
8 hours ago

Cover 3: What to watch for at the Combine

Three Giants writers debate the most important aspects of the NFL Scouting Combine: At this time next week, the football community will gather in Indianapolis for the annual NFL Scouting Combine. ...
Via Giants.com
12 hours ago

A Giants Perspective On Terrell Owens Hall Of Fame Snub

It’s safe to say that many New York Giants fans hate Terrell Owens. Even six years after his retirement, animosity lingers. But are the emotions of rabid fans the only thing keeping the second all-time leading receiver out of the Pro Football Hall of Fame? The answer is no because fans do not vote! But […] A Giants Perspective On Terrell Owens Hall Of Fame Snub - GMEN HQ - GMEN...
Via G-Men Headquarters
1 day ago

New York Giants: Market Value Set For Jason Pierre-Paul

If the New York Giants are going to re-sign Jason Pierre-Paul, they’ll have to pay a pretty penny. Find out how much Pierre-Paul is expected to command in free agency. No matter what else transpires in free agency, all roads will return to Jason Pierre-Paul. Pierre-Paul is entering a highly-anticipated period of free agency and the New […] New York Giants: Market Value Set...
Via G-Men Headquarters
1 day ago

Report: Victor Cruz visiting with Panthers

The Carolina Panthers’ receiving corps has been one of their biggest obstacles for a few years now. To help solve the problem, GM Dave Gettleman is meeting with former New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz, according to Black and Blue Review and Mike Garofolo.Gettleman, who worked in the Giants’ front office when Cruz helped lead them to a Super Bowl XLVI victory, should...
Via Sportsnaut
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Giants could use franchise tag on Jason Pierre-Paul

Jason Pierre-Paul proved last season that he is still capable of being a difference maker even after a fireworks mishap cost him a portion of his hand, and his impressive play could make it difficult for the New York Giants to sign him long-term. But do they have to?Jordan Ranaan of ESPN.com speculates that the chances of Pierre-Paul returning to the Giants in 2017 are around 70...
Via Larry Brown Sports
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Could Victor Cruz return to the New York Giants?

The New York Giants released wide receiver Victor Cruz, but there is a chance that he could return. By releasing Cruz, the Giants saved $7.5 million in salary cap space. This move by New York was the correct one based on salary, age, and production from Cruz. In 2017, he caught 39 passes for 586 yards and one touchdown. This was his first full season since sitting out a year and...
Via isportsweb.com
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Ranking the Giants' 2016 free agent signings

A look back at the Giants' free agent signings last offseason.
Via NJ.com
1 day ago

Giants need to find a deep threat to complement WR Odell Beckham

Beckham hasn't played with a true outside threat in his first three seasons. Watch video When you envision Giants coach Ben McAdoo's offense, you probably picture a steady diet of quick, short passes. But that's not necessarily the case, at least not for the outside wide receiver playing opposite Odell Beckham Jr. As the Giants...
Via NJ.com
2 days ago

Adrian Peterson seems to really want to play for the Giants

It’s no secret Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson might don different colors before the start of next season. Peterson isn’t exactly making it a secret either, not when openly praising a team like the New York Giants for making moves. The veteran running back took to Twitter to talk about the Giants: This normally wouldn’t be too big of a deal, yet two reasons stick...
Via The Sports Daily
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Adrian Peterson raises eyebrows with tweet about Giants

Adrian Peterson probably raised a few eyebrows Wednesday evening by shooting off an arguably cryptic tweet about the New York Giants.The Minnesota Vikings running back took to social media to muse upon the “interesting moves” the Giants have been making this offseason. Peterson, 31, is unlikely at this stage to return to the Vikings next season, at least with the current $18...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
5 days ago  |  Discuss

NFL scout believes Cruz’s NFL career is over

To many New York Giants fans, it probably seems like just yesterday that Victor Cruz was regularly salsa dancing in the end zone and leading his team to a Super Bowl. Unfortunately, those days are long gone.One NFL scout told ESPN’s Paul Kuharsky that he believes Cruz has played his last NFL snap. While Cruz appears to have emerged from the 2016 season relatively healthy, his production...
Via Larry Brown Sports
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Giants hope to re-sign Jason Pierre-Paul before free agency

Jason Pierre-Paul may be a pending free agent, but his career with the New York Giants may not be over. In fact, if the Giants have their way, he may not even reach free agency.“I do expect them to make a legitimate run in the coming days and weeks,” Mike Garafolo said on the NFL Network. “They will try and get a deal done before he can potentially hit the free agent market...
Via Sportsnaut
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Cruz thanks Giants, fans in classy social media post

The New York Giants released Victor Cruz after six seasons with the team on Monday, and the veteran wide receiver made it clear there are no hard feelings.Shortly after the Giants decided to part ways with him, Cruz took to Instagram to thank the organization and fans. The release was a shock to no one, as Cruz was due to make $7.5 million in 2017. At the very least, the Giants were...
Via Larry Brown Sports
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Giants releasing RB Rashad Jennings

The New York Giants were in cost-cutting mode on Monday. Just minutes after news broke that Victor Cruz was being released, reports surfaced indicating the Giants will also release starting running back Rashad Jennings. Neither move is all that surprising. Cruz ended up being overshadowed by other receivers not named Odell Beckham Jr. this past year. Jennings, 31, averaged a measly...
Via Sportsnaut
8 days ago  |  Discuss
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