Some of Reese's best recent work has not involved blockbuster contracts.
If Giants GM Jerry Reese wants to keep Big Blue’s big comeback going, he’ll burn all his running back scouting tape right now.
Jerry Reese should be applauded for importing enough defensive talent to mount a playoff run. But his work isn't done yet. Another side of the football needs a Giant offseason facelift, and Reese, the Giants general manager, can't stand...Show More Summary
The Giants' coffers aren't empty and general manager Jerry Reese can go shopping again this March if he wants to.
Peyton Manning won the second Super Bowl of his career with the Denver Broncos last season and then rode off into the sunset at age 39.
Manning is 36, and the Giants don’t want to miss a step moving forward. After a playoff loss against the Green Bay Packers, and with an aging quarterback in Eli Manning, the New York Giants are starting to consider the future. GM Jerry...Show More Summary
Jerry Reese acknowledged that with Manning now 36 years old, the Giants have begun thinking about the successor at starting QB.
With New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning having celebrated his 36th birthday earlier in January, general manager Jerry Reese admitted Monday the organization is ready to begin looking for the two-time Super Bowl champion's successor. According...Show More Summary
Giants General Manager Jerry Reese covered a lot of topics during a Monday press conference that included critical words about wide receiver Odell Beckham and musings about the end of the line for quarterback Eli Manning. Left tackle Ereck Flowers is much younger than Manning, but Reese also discussed a change in circumstance for the…
Giants General Manager Jerry Reese had a conversation with wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. on Monday before the Giants players were dismissed for the offseason. Reese probably chose his words carefully. He shared some of them with reporters. “I see a guy who needs to think about some of the things he does,” Reese said…
Beckham’s play and postgame behavior were dissected by the team’s general manager, coach and quarterback Eli Manning.
Jerry Reese says Beckham is 'a smart guy but sometimes he doesn't do smart things'
Jerry Reese says star receiver must be more responsible going forward.
Giants quarterback Eli Manning’s 13th season in the NFL ended with Sunday’s loss to the Packers. The loss came a few days after his 36th birthday and the passage of time has the Giants thinking about the future of the position. General Manager Jerry Reese said on Monday that it is time to work on…
There's a large portion of the Giants’ fan base that only begrudgingly will give GM Jerry Reese credit for anything, but it should.
The divorce of Victor Cruz and the Giants unofficially began when GM Jerry Reese drafted Sterling Shepard.
The Giants GM refused to discuss his spring re-signing of Brown despite knowledge of his history.
Considering the problems certain Giants officials — namely the owner — have created for themselves by talking about the Josh Brown case, perhaps silence is understandable. But it falls well short of accountable. Via Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com, Giants General Manager Jerry Reese said he was “not going to talk about Josh Brown.” Of course,…
Giants coach Ben McAdoo said Monday that he, General Manager Jerry Reese and others in the organization spoke to left tackle Ereck Flowers after he shoved ESPN reporter Jordan Raanan on Sunday and that Flowers apologized to Raanan for his actions. McAdoo didn’t discuss potential discipline for Flowers, saying that it would be handled internally.…
The New York Giants aren’t thrilled with receiver Odell Beckham’s outbursts. Players have talked to him. Coaches have talked to him. Reporters said general manager Jerry Reese spent a long time talking to Beckham at his locker after Monday night’s game at the Minnesota Vikings. Show More Summary