The Giants had a mediocre offense last season, the first year with Ben McAdoo as the coordinator. This year, they expect much bigger things. That’s the word from Giants running back Rashad Jennings, who said quarterback Eli Manning is going to take a big step forward in his second season playing in McAdoo’s system. “I…
Our New York Giants blogger believes the Giants are in need of a plug-and-play starter up front to help Eli Manning get his team back to the postseason. In the five-year gap from 2007-11, the New York Giants won the Super Bowl twice, and it became difficult to imagine that Tom Coughlin would ever leave the organization on anything but his own terms. Show More Summary
ESPN Giants reporter Dan Graziano says the team's decision-makers want Eli Manning to spend the rest of his career as a Giant -- they just don't feel it's to their advantage to extend his contract at this point in time.
Late last week, when the Pittsburgh Steelers gave quarterback Ben Roethlisberger a new blockbuster deal in order to avoid having Big Ben play out a contract year in 2015, the natural assumption was that the New York Giants and quarterback...Show More Summary
The New York Giants may be comfortable letting quarterback Eli Manning play out the last year of his contract, according to ESPN.com's Dan Graziano (h/t NFL.com). Is this a smart idea by the Giants? Do Manning and Philip Rivers deserve...Show More Summary
The New York Giants and quarterback Eli Manning are not close to working out a contract extension and the Giants are prepared to allow him to play out the final year of his contract. The Giants were content to observe the Pittsburgh Steelers’ talks with Ben Roethlisberger, according to ESPN’s Dan Graziano, before making any […]
Heading into the final year of his contract, Eli Manning looked like a prime candidate to receive a long-term extension this offseason. It appears the New York Giants may have different plans in mind. Continue for updates. Giants 'Comfortable'...Show More Summary
Eli Manning could throw a football from the intersection of the 134 and 210 freeways to the front porch farmstand at the Urban Homestead. It's a sliver of Southern California land with a Craftsman-style house that the Dervaes family has been running as a self-sustaining micro-farm since 1985. Show More Summary
Precedents make money move in the NFL. The machinery of contract negotiations will always spit out a comparison between similarly aged or skilled players, and t hat computing process could become quite profitable soon for New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning. Manning is heading into the final year of his current contract. Show More Summary
Shane Vereen is another step for the New York Giants. Since Eli Manning threw for an astounding 27 interceptions in 2013, the Giants have taken steps to alter the philosophy of their offense. Then-offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride wasn't retained. Show More Summary
What a homer.
That vaunted quarterback class of 2004 will turn 34 this year—right around the age, if you're a good-to-great QB like Ben Roethlisberger, Eli Manning, or Philip Rivers, you get that last longish-term contract to set you for life. Roethlisberger got his extension; Manning's is likely coming soon. Show More Summary
New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning may be best known for winning Super Bowls, but he has built up a good reputation for being a funny guy. For instance, he took the opportunity at the recent SNL 40 special to play a strange prank on comedian Kevin Nealon. Click To Continue Reading
The Steelers have signed quarterback Ben Roethlisberger to a contract extension before what would have been the final year of his contract. The Giants may do the same with quarterback Eli Manning. But one member of the 2004 first-round quarterback class won’t be signing a contract this year. And we’re not talking about J.P. Losman.…
New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning has one year left on his contract and makes a ton of money. His $17 million salary is the second-highest in the league in 2015, and his $19.75 million salary cap number the sixth-highest. The Giants...Show More Summary
The New York Giants are in agreement on a contract with free-agent running back Shane Vereen, formerly of the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots. I don't have contract details yet, but my guess is the Giants had to overpay to lure Vereen away from the champs and that his deal will make him the highest-paid running back on the roster. Show More Summary
The New York Giants head toward 2015 NFL free agency with limited money to spend. Which areas must they target to improve? Who could make an instant impact on their roster? Watch as Stephen Nelson and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss the Giants' free-agency strategy in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
If Cruz comes back healthy, the duo could help Eli Manning to his best season yet.
When a top-flight quarterback spurns LSU and USC for another school, unless his name is "Eli Manning," you wouldn't expect that school to be Ole Miss. Times apparently have changed. Shea Patterson, a 5-star pro-style quarterback from...Show More Summary