Even when he’s not at his absolute best, Giant’s right guard Chris Snee is still as good as, or better, than a number of players at his position around the NFL.
Safety Tyler Sash has been suspended without pay for four games by the NFL for having violated the league’s policy on performance enhancing substances.
Apparently, the Giants are in the head of Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones.
Eugene M. writes… Do you foresee any changes to the usual pattern of pre-season games due to the limited amount of practices players have in training camps. (playing starters more? more rookies?) Not really.
Giants’ cornerback Terrell Thomas waited almost a year to get back on the playing field, intent on reclaiming his starting job after missing last season with a torn ACL in his right knee.
The one goal every NFL team hopes to accomplish in training camp is to get out with as few injuries as possible.
Gino P. writes… If a player such as A Brown does not make the cut this year and eventually signs with a division opponent, how much harm could he do from his knowledge of
Giant’s center David Baas will be the first person to admit that, despite winning a Super Bowl ring in his first season with the Giants, his first year with the team could have been