New York Giants: Should Victor Cruz Be Brought Back?
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The New York Giants parting ways with veteran wide receiver Victor Cruz this past February made all kinds of sense for multiple reasons. Cruz valiantly returned from the devastating knee injury he suffered in October 2014, one that kept him sidelined ...
Mock Draft Tracker: Ryan Ramczyk most often selected for New York Giants
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As we get closer to the 2017 NFL Draft, there is a new leader in the clubhouse for the player most often selected for the New York Giants with the 23rd overall pick. After several weeks at the top, Miami tight end David Njoku has been dethroned by ...
Mailbag: Would the Giants sign Dwight Freeney?
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Barratt Kennett asks (via e-mail): With JPP signed, and assuming big blue goes an LB, OL or TE with the first round, and good day two Defensive ends like Taco Charlton, Jordan Willis and maybe even TJ Watt are gone; What are the chances New York picks ...
New York Giants: How Will Last Year's Rookies Progress in 2017?
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Nov 14, 2016; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Giants wide receiver Sterling Shepard (87) celebrates his touchdown during the second half at MetLife Stadium. The Giants defeated the Bengals 21-20. Mandatory Credit: Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports.
Darrelle Revis Reportedly Will Sign With New England Patriots
It has been reported in recent days that if Darrelle Revis plays in 2017, it will be with the New England Patriots. While the ten-year veteran is seeking to be on the gridiron next season, it will not be in a New York Jets uniform, after being released ...
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Danny Amendola's clutch play in big games highlights his value
Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola made 8 catches for 78 yards with a touchdown in Super Bowl LI. Rich Graessle/Icon ... Amendola has taken a reduction each of the last two years and seems to really enjoy playing in New England. That's one reason ...
2017 NFL Annual Meeting primer
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Holy smokes, New England may be able to wear throwback jerseys again!
Right now, per NESN, the problem with breaking out the throwback duds is that every team has to use the same helmet color for all their uniforms, and New England is locked in with silver helmets. Fortunately, our friends in the City of Brotherly Love ...