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Victor Cruz says he’s at 80 percent in his recovery from knee injury

New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz recently began cutting and running routes in recent weeks on his road to recovery from a torn patellar tendon last season. According to Paul Schwartz of the New York Post, Cruz estimates he’s at 80 percent now as he continues to progress toward full strength. “I’m about 80…

New York Giants: Early Rookie Progress Reports

As far as the New York Giants are concerned, the future is now. The future, of course, is their rookie class, where several members are going to be asked to step into roles a lot sooner than perhaps head coach Tom Coughlin and the rest...Show More Summary

New York Giants: Eli Manning Can Take Ben McAdoo's Offense to Next Level in 2015

At this time last year, the New York Giants were still reeling from an awful 7-9 season in 2013. Quarterback Eli Manning was a month-and-a-half removed from ankle surgery, coming off the worst season of his career. Longtime offensive...Show More Summary

Robert Ayers Injury: Updates on Giants DE's Knee, Ankle and Recovery

New York Giants defensive end Robert Ayers left Wednesday's organized team activities session on a cart after suffering a leg injury. Continue for updates. No "Major Damage" To Ayers' Knee, Ankle Wednesday, May 27 Mike Garafolo of Fox...Show More Summary

Mike Zimmer gives ultimatum to Adrian Peterson, La'el Collins takes starting reps

Elsewhere, one of the New York Giant's top pass rushers suffered a scary injury. As the Adrian Peterson saga stretches on into organized team activities, the Minnesota Vikings have begun to take a harder stance. According to Ian Rapoport...Show More Summary

Meet the Hidden Gem of New York Giants' 2015 Draft Class

The New York Giants had several interesting selections in the 2015 NFL draft. Which draft pick could be the hidden gem in the class? Will this player have an immediate impact? Watch as Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Matt Miller discusses a hidden gem for the Giants in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

New York Giants: Creating the Blueprint for Optimal Offense in 2015

Defenses might win championships, but offenses sure do go a long way toward getting a team in a position to earn its immortality. As the New York Giants commence the final phase of the 2015 offseason program—the OTA workouts which will...Show More Summary

New York Giants: Full Position Breakdown and Depth Chart Analysis at Quarterback

It’s hard to fathom the scenario, but one day, maybe even sooner than later, quarterback Eli Manning will move on and the Giants will have another man standing behind center trying to move the offense down the field. Manning, who, barring...Show More Summary

Analyzing New York Giants' 5 Deepest Roster Spots

Competitions will kick off this week as the New York Giants head into organized team activities. Several positional units are swelling with talent after being bolstered through free agency and the draft this offseason. The battles at...Show More Summary

High schooler's one-handed backflip catch is Super Bowl-worthy

Go home Odell Beckham Jr., one-handed catches are so last season High school cornerback Marco Wilson has officially one-upped the New York Giants' Beckham with this epic one-handed running backflip catch See also: There are insane dunkers...Show More Summary

Colts keep Marvin Harrison's number 88 out of circulation

When the New York Giants had Hakeem Nicks, the Wide Receiver wore the number 88; though he will not be wearing those digits with the Indianapolis Colts, who he signed a free agent deal with in the off-season. Why is this news to us?Show More Summary

Sapp trashes Strahan regarding the HOF

We are going to be lazy here and just reprint what was written by Caroline Lee from UPI.COM as we have not seen it anywhere else:“Former New York Giants defensive end Michael Strahan is not NFL Hall of Fame material, according to former...Show More Summary

What Can New York Giants Expect from Victor Cruz in 2015?

New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz suffered a torn patellar tendon in Week 6 of the 2014 season. Can Cruz return to his old form? What are 2015 expectations for him? Watch as Adam Lefkoe and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss Cruz's return in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

5 New York Giants Players Poised for a Breakout Campaign in 2015

After three straight seasons of no playoffs and worsening records, there won’t be any more mulligans for the New York Giants this season. Win or else. That’s the mandate for head coach Tom Coughlin and Co. The “or else” part is scary—if...Show More Summary

Watch this high school football star compete a one-handed catch while backflipping

If you were impressed with New York Giants receiver Odell Beckham Jr.’s famous one-handed catch from last season, then this high school sophomore’s trick is about to blow your mind. At just 16, four-star cornerback prospect Marco Wilson manages to snag a football out of the air while completing a backflip. If football doesn’t work out, […]

The Giants need to lean on their rookies in 2015

The New York Giants need their first- and second-round picks to earn starting roles by the time the regular season rolls around. The New York Giants have surprised the rest of the NFL more than once in recent years -- head coach Tom Coughlin has had his team competitive and in the spotlight late into the season on several occasions. Show More Summary

How to Restructure the NY Giants Offensive Line After the Will Beatty Injury

Injuries. Is there a dirtier word that can be said to New York Giants fans? Not even the mention of heated NFC East division rivals seems to make Big Blue cringe more than the word “injury” and with good reason. The Giants have led the...Show More Summary

NYPD Officer Takes Photo With 'Eli's Brother' at Letterman Finale

To Deputy Inspector John Hart of the New York City Police Department, Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning is just "Eli's brother." Naturally, the New York Giants fan roots for his team's quarterback, Eli Manning, the younger brother of the five-time NFL most valuable player Peyton. Show More Summary

Giants starting OT Will Beatty out 5-6 months

We’re still four months away from the season, and the New York Giants are already down an offensive lineman. The team announced Thursday that starting left tackle Will Beatty suffered a torn pectoral muscle while lifting weights on Tuesday. Show More Summary

NYPD Officer Takes Picture with Peyton Manning, Refers to Him as 'Eli's Brother'

Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning will go down as one of the greatest quarterbacks in NFL history, but to New York Giants fans, he will always just be "Eli's brother." At the Late Show with David Letterman finale, a New York City Police Department officer was able to take a picture with the Broncos star. Show More Summary

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