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Breaking Down the New York Giants' Remaining Needs After the Draft

At first glance, the New York Giants’ 2016 draft class might not look very sexy, but the six picks general manager Jerry Reese and company made add much-needed depth at units that weren’t strong performers last year while also replenishing...Show More Summary

Giants G.M. Jerry Reese: Critics “don’t know what they’re talking about”

Giants General Manager Jerry Reese has caught some heat in recent years, partly because the Giants haven’t made the playoffs in four seasons and partly because with Tom Coughlin gone he’s the next logical target. But Reese got a little defensive when asked about drafting Eli Apple with the 10th overall pick, since some considered him a bit…

New York Giants Mock Draft and Big Board: Updated Day 2 Predictions

The New York Giants named their first-round pick in the 2016 NFL draft on Thursday evening: Eli Apple, a cornerback out of Ohio State. The suspense is over, but the fun is just beginning. Giants general manager Jerry Reese still has five picks to make, including his crucial second- and third-round selections on Friday night. Show More Summary

New York Giants Draft Picks: Results, Analysis and Grades

After a very active free-agency period in which they signed a handful of big-name veterans, the New York Giants will turn their full attention to the 2016 NFL draft for the next three days. This is Jerry Reese's 10th draft as Giants general manager. Show More Summary

New York Giants: Full 2016 Draft Guide and Preview

The New York Giants are about to add a new cast of rookies to their roster. In order to predict what the team will do in the 2016 NFL draft, we must think like general manager Jerry Reese. That means we must analyze the Giants' picks and scrutinize past trends. Show More Summary

Victor Cruz: I’m 100 percent

During a press conference on Thursday, Giants General Manager Jerry Reese said that he views anything the team gets from wide receiver Victor Cruz this season is a “bonus” because Cruz has been out since October 2014 with knee and calf injuries. Reese also said that the hope is that Cruz is going to be…

Key Takeaways from NY Giants GM Jerry Reese's Predraft Presser

As usual, New York Giants general manager Jerry Reese met with the media to preview the Giants draft. And as usual, he didn ’t offer any concrete hints as to what the team was thinking. However, to be fair, given the two blockbusterShow More Summary

Jerry Reese: What we get from Victor Cruz will be a bonus

The Giants hoped to get wide receiver Victor Cruz back on the field last year after he tore a patellar tendon in his knee early in the 2014 season, but it never happened. A calf injury suffered early in training camp lingered throughout the summer and then got worse when Cruz tried to make it back…

Jerry Reese doesn’t feel this draft is more important than usual

Giants co-owner John Mara said last week that this year’s draft is more important than usual because the team is lacking “impact players.” Those comments followed ones Mara made after the end of the 2015 season that focused on the team’s need to do a better job of player acquisition after missing the playoffs for…

Giants may have been a year late to the spending spree

With Giants G.M. Jerry Reese firmly on notice that the time has come to spend money or forever lose the ability to do so (unless he becomes a General Manager with a new team), Reese and the Giants have blasted open the Mara-Tisch coffers and spent like never before. As Adam Schefter of ESPN noted…

On Pro Football: Shopping Spree Shores Up Defense, but Giants Have Plenty of Holes to Fill

In a 24-hour period, Giants General Manager Jerry Reese committed about $204 million in contracts for defensive players, with $114 million of that sum guaranteed to be paid out.

Olivier Vernon was in the right place at the right time

With the salary cap spiking and the Giants having millions to spend and G.M. Jerry Reese under a clear mandate to make the team better, the planets lined up perfectly for defensive end Olivier Vernon. The best available pass rusher in a free-agency class that lacks any high-end, double-digit sackmasters, Vernon was in the right…

Giants G.M. helped talk Charles Johnson into going home

Somebody get Giants General Manager Jerry Reese a cup of coffee this morning — because that man is a closer. Not only did he land cornerback Janoris Jenkins for his own team, but he talked defensive end visitor Charles Johnson into returning to the Panthers. Johnson visited the Giants and the Buccaneers before taking a…

What's Next for New York Giants Offensive Line After Latest Releases?

Shortly after drafting offensive lineman Ereck Flowers in the first round last year, New York Giants general manager Jerry Reese expressed hope that the final piece of what had been a multiyear puzzle for the offensive line was finally...Show More Summary

Giants Cut Two Offensive Linemen, and Jon Beason Retires

The moves, involving players troubled by injuries, create salary cap room for Jerry Reese, who has been tasked by ownership to build a more competitive roster.

5 Personnel Moves the New York Giants Should Consider

Ask New York Giants general manager Jerry Reese or new head coach Ben McAdoo about what lies ahead for the franchise, and it’s guaranteed that both will say that there is a lot of work to be done regarding the roster. Currently the brain trust is evaluating the roster from last year that severely underperformed. Show More Summary

Mara accepts blame for recent performance of Giants

The Giants have made a major change for 2016, even though the next version of the franchise may not look all that much different than the last one, with G.M. Jerry Reese still in place and offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo deemed worthy of a promotion after his former boss earned a pink slip. The ultimate…

Why a Defensive-Minded Head Coach Makes the Most Sense for the New York Giants

The New York Giants' head coaching search will continue in the coming week, as chief operating officer John Mara and general manager Jerry Reese continue to conduct initial interviews with prospective candidates. Thus far, the Giants'...Show More Summary

New York Giants Fans Start Petition To Fire GM Jerry Reese

5 months agoSports : Total Pro Sports

The New York Giants probably had the most confusing season in its teams history, multiple 4th quarter lost leads, spectacular WR who got suspended for fighting, and to cap it all off, a 3rd place finish in the worst division in the league. To make matters worse, their long time head coach, Tom Coughlin was […]

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