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Giants Won't Settle for 'Mediocrity,' Is Eli Manning on the Hot Seat?

Eli Manning is coming off one of his worst seasons of his career after throwing 27 interceptions in 2013. Will one more bad season be the end of Eli in New York? Are head coach Tom Coughlin and general manager Jerry Reese in troubleShow More Summary

Vacchiano: Odell Beckham may add to Giants GM Jerry Reese’s draft duds

The sight of Odell Beckham standing on the Giants’ sidelines has become a familiar one this summer, and each day it’s easy to see Tom Coughlin’s temperature rise. The coach has never been one to suffer injuries well and he’s even less tolerant of injured rookies.

Jerry Reese: If Manning, JPP play well, we can be really good

There were a lot of things wrong with the Giants in 2013 and any discussion of those flaws has to include the play of quarterback Eli Manning and defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul. Manning threw 27 interceptions and Pierre-Paul was a shell of his explosive self after offseason back surgery, leaving the Giants without the performance…

Giants Insider: Reese hopes unknown TE catches on

Jerry Reese still believes there could be a star among the Giants’ anonymous group of tight ends, and he pointed out that Broncos star Julius Thomas entered last season with exactly one career catch.

Vacchiano: Giants GM Jerry Reese not feeling so Super after last season's dud

Maybe Jerry Reese learned his lesson from a year ago, when his Super Bowl-or-bust declaration turned from bravado to punchline in six games flat. Or maybe he’s just lowered his expectations to a realistic level after last year.

Giants GM Jerry Reese defends David Tyree as gay rights group rips hiring

Giants general manager Jerry Reese defended the team's hiring of David Tyree on Wednesday, even as a gay rights organization escalated its criticism of the team for hiring the Super Bowl XLII hero, an ardent supporter of gay conversion therapy and marriage equality foe.

Giants' Reese expects rebound from Eli

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Eli Manning is 33 years old and coming off the worst season of his career. But New York Giants GM Jerry Reese said Wednesday that the team expects a return to top form by their franchise quarterback in 2014. "I...Show More Summary

Giants G.M. says “all systems are go” for David Wilson

Former first-rounder David Wilson has yet to receive formal clearance from doctors after offseason neck surgery, but the Giants remain hopeful he will soon. General Manager Jerry Reese said on WFAN that Wilson was expected to be ready come training camp. They hedged their bets anyway by signing free agent Rashad Jennings, but are optimistic…

Jerry Reese: “Jury is still out” on Giants tight ends

The Giants feel confident that making a switch to Ben McAdoo as offensive coordinator will bring quarterback Eli Manning back to a higher level of play than they saw when he tossed away 27 interceptions in 2013, but one spot on their starting offense is still up for grabs. The Giants don’t have a clear-cut…

Eli Manning: I’m 100 percent healthy

After Giants quarterback Eli Manning had ankle surgery, General Manager Jerry Reese suggested he could miss the team’s spring workouts before returning to the field for training camp. That scenario never came close to fruition. Manning has been a regular participant at the Giants’ organized team activities and said Monday that he’s taken all the…

Eli Manning participating in OTAs, seven weeks after ankle surgery

When Giants quarterback Eli Manning had ankle surgery seven weeks ago, General Manager Jerry Reese said it would put him “out of spring ball.” But it didn’t happen that way. Manning was on the field for Organized Team Activities, and he put in a full day, according to the Giants’ website. Manning “took quite a…

Giants QB Eli Manning takes 'quite a few snaps' during OTA workout

So much for Eli Manning taking it slow. It was early last month that the Giants' franchise quarterback underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left ankle, and just a few weeks ago that GM Jerry Reese made it clear that the team wouldn't rush Manning back to the field.

Determining How Every Giants Draft Pick Might Contribute in 2014

Wouldn’t it be great if after a handful of shaky drafts, this year’s New York Giants class was able to step in and contribute in some way? To quote a favorite saying of general manager Jerry Reese, “Never say never.” Realistically, though,...Show More Summary

New York Giants Veterans Who Have Been Put on Notice This Offseason

Last summer, New York Giants general manager Jerry Reese put "everybody on notice." Because they had so many impending free agents at the end of their 7-9 season in 2013, the Giants effectively rebuilt their roster without releasingShow More Summary

Why 2014 Draft Class Was Jerry Reese's Most Fearless as GM of New York Giants

Late last July, at the outset of New York Giants training camp, general manager Jerry Reese stood before reporters and was unusually candid with his disdain for his team's recent shortcomings, as Ohm Youngmisuk of describedShow More Summary

Eli Manning: I feel 100 percent, but trainers say I’m not

Giants General Manager Jerry Reese said recently that quarterback Eli Manning was “out for spring ball,” which appears to have been either a misunderstanding or an overly pessimistic view of Manning’s condition after ankle surgery. Manning said Monday that he took about half the snaps during Monday’s workout at the team’s facility and that he…

Jerry Reese, shrewd drafter? It's a myth

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- There are New York Giants fans reading this who aren't sure how to feel about this year's draft but assume it'll be all right because they trust GM Jerry Reese as a good drafter. They shouldn't. Because the evidence...Show More Summary

No, the Giants did not draft a tight end

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- A couple of weeks ago, we went over the reasons why New York Giants GM Jerry Reese didn't feel it was important to get a tight end in this year's draft. The popular perception that the Giants' offense has relied on its tight end as a pass-catcher during the Tom Coughlin/Eli Manning era simply isn't supported by facts. Show More Summary

Giants select C Weston Richburg in effort to improve o-line

He imported four free-agent offensive linemen, including prized guard Geoff Schwartz. But Giants general manager Jerry Reese's offensive line makeover isn't done just yet.

Jerry Reese gives Giants tight ends a slight vote of confidence

Tight end seems an obvious need for the Giants to potentially address in the final two days of the draft. The tight ends currently on New York’s roster — Adrien Robinson, Larry Donnell, Kellen Davis and Daniel Fells — caught a combined six regular season passes in 2013. However, G.M. Jerry Reese reportedly indicated Friday…

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