$116K NY Giants seat license scam lands man in prison
A 49-year-old Monmouth County man has been sentenced to five years in prison for scamming 16 people out of $116,550 for New York Giants season tickets seat licenses. John Gorman, 49, of Matawan, admitted in May that he conned the victims into ...
Best and Worst Moves New York Giants Can Make This Offseason
There will be plenty of decisions that New York Giants general manager Jerry Reese and the rest of the front office will have to make in the coming weeks as they reshape the team's roster. This slideshow looks at some of the potential decisions Reese ...
Free-agent market for Victor Cruz will be interesting
Just making it back from the injuries was encouraging for Cruz, and so was playing in 16 games (including playoffs) with only a minor ankle sprain keeping him from appearing in every Giants contest this past season. “Staying healthy is obviously ...
New York Giants free agent target Andrew Whitworth will explore his options
Elite Sports NY
The New York Giants are in dire need of offensive line help and the top man on the market, Andrew Whitworth, will explore his options. Cincinnati Bengals free agent left tackle Andrew Whitworth will reportedly explore his options outside his former ...
Broncos' belief in Shane Ray's progress will impact offseason plan
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- As the Denver Broncos continue to put their offseason plan together, they will make projections on the development of their players and decide who will stay and go. And while any discussion about young players who need to show ...
Jhabvala vs. Kiz: Should Broncos be interested in Jay Cutler?
The Denver Post
Kiz: No matter how much John Elway insists he likes young quarterbacks Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch, every time there's a whiff of a proven NFL quarterback becoming available, Denver is going to be mentioned as a possible landing spot.
Ryan Switzer: Exactly What Denver Broncos need
The offense of the Denver Broncos struggled all year on third down. But in the NFL Draft, one candidate from North Carolina helps immediately in that area. Gone are the days of Brandon Stokley and Wes Welker in an up-tempo, adapt to the players offense.
Paul Klee: No more rookie alibis for Paxton Lynch and Denver Broncos in Year 2
Colorado Springs Gazette
Paxton Lynch loves chili cheese fries. What about switching his jersey from No. 12 to No. 1, the number belonging to Lynch's favorite quarterback, Cam Newton? Should local media talk and write only about the Broncos' second-year quarterback during the ...