Giants COO John Mara said today in an interview with WFAN that the team will not invoice season ticket holders for 2011 games until the labor situation between the league and its players is
by Mike Fiammetta If the New York Giants are looking to upgrade their linebackers this coming draft, there could be some intriguing options in April’s NFL Draft, according to ESPN analyst Mel Kiper Jr.,
Giants co-owners John Mara and Steve Tisch have penned a letter that was sent to all Giants season ticket holders this afternoon and which was to be posted on the team’s official web site,
The worst-case scenario has befallen the nation’s most profitable and stable sports.
Not long after the NFL released a statement outlining its proposal that the former players union rejected, DeMaurice Smith, the man who led the NFL Players Association in battle against the league prior to
Tom Boisture, the Giants former Director of Player Personnel who spent 20 years with the franchise, died this morning. He was 79.
The NFL and NFL Players Association failed to reach a compromise to resolve their labor issues despite two intense weeks of mediated negotiations.
Tiki Barber, who walked away from the team after the 2006 season to pursue a broadcasting career, has filed papers with the NFL and the Giants to come out of retirement.