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Tom Coughlin, JPP speak but still no timeline for return to team

Jason Pierre-Paul has given up his vow of silence of late, contacting Giants General Manager Jerry Reese and his position coach Robert Nunn to re-open the lines of communication that were closed immediately after Pierre-Paul was injured in a fireworks accident on July 4. Pierre-Paul’s reconciliation tour has moved on to head coach Tom Coughlin.…

Key Takeaways from NY Giants GM Jerry Reese's 2015 Training Camp Presser

It wouldn ’t be training camp without an appearance from New York Giants general manager Jerry Reese, who every year provides an overview of where the team is in terms of its collective “health.” As in years past, Reese exuded positive...Show More Summary

Giants G.M. Says ‘Heart Goes Out’ to Jason Pierre-Paul

Jerry Reese offered support for the injured and absent defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul but avoided the subject of Eli Manning’s contract negotiations.

Jerry Reese: We’re going to surprise people defensively

The Giants defense wasn’t any good last season and hopes for a revival under returning coordinator Steve Spagnuolo took a hit on July 4 when defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul was injured in a fireworks accident. Pierre-Paul has not signed his franchise tender with the team and has opted not to share his current medical condition…

Moves the New York Giants Should Have Made This Offseason

Woulda, coulda, shoulda. Didn ’t. That’s the way it goes for the New York Giants, whose general manager, Jerry Reese, is likely going to be second-guessed about the moves he didn ’t make to help solidify the team. To be fair, Reese isn...Show More Summary

NY Giants Draft Picks: Results, Analysis and Grades

Break out the fans because it’s time to blow away the thick layers of smoke that have clouded the New York Giants’ 2015 plans and get to the bottom of how general manager Jerry Reese intends to use this year’s NFL draft to further strengthen the roster. The Giants needs are plenty. Show More Summary

Vacchiano: At NFL draft, Giant pressure on GM Jerry Reese

5 months agoNews : NY Daily News

Jerry Reese struck gold with the 12th pick in the NFL draft last year, getting a player who far exceeded even the Giants’ expectations.

New York Giants NFL Draft Big Board: Position-by-Position Rankings

Expect the unexpected. That statement right there, as stated by New York Giants general manager Jerry Reese during last week’s press briefing, sums up what Big Blue fans can expect when the annual NFL draft kicks off on Thursday night...Show More Summary

Key Takeaways from NY Giants GM Jerry Reese's Draft Preview Press Conference

New York Giants general manager Jerry Reese broke into a big smile after hearing the first question of the day at his annual draft press conference. “Who are we taking in the first round?” he said, repeating the question. “You’ll just...Show More Summary

Creative Moves the New York Giants Can Pull on Draft Day

The pressure is on New York Giants general manager Jerry Reese to get this upcoming draft class right. That means no gambles on picks, at least not at the top of the draft, no risky moves and no giving in to temptation to step outside...Show More Summary

Best- and Worst-Case Scenarios for New York Giants' Top 3 Picks

Offensive lineman? Defensive end? Safety? The possibilities for the New York Giants in this year’s draft seem endless if they stick to the “best player available” mantra general manager Jerry Reese always claims to follow every yearShow More Summary

NY Giants' Top Needs, Fits for 2015 NFL Draft to Build for the Future

Although New York Giants general manager Jerry Reese always likes to insist that he looks for the best player available in the draft, the team has somehow managed over the years to match “best player available” with a need. That is not...Show More Summary

Why the 2015 Draft Is a Make-or-Break Class for NY Giants GM Jerry Reese

There won’t be any mulligans for New York Giants general manager Jerry Reese if the Giants' 2015 draft class turns out to be a dud. Nor should there be, as some of the decisions made by Reese and the personnel department have so hamstrung...Show More Summary

Giants Mock Draft: Instant Contributors New York Can Find in Every Round

New York Giants general manager Jerry Reese always likes to tell reporters every year during his predraft press conference that there are good players in the draft and that their job as a personnel department is to find those players. While...Show More Summary

Giants bring back replaceable 2014 pieces

Look, I don't get it, either. Let's get that out of the way up front. Either New York Giants GM Jerry Reese is very stubborn, or he liked his 2014 team better than anyone else did, or both. We can't do much besides speculate, because Reese does not make himself available to answer questions when he signs free agents. Show More Summary

New York Giants Final Free-Agency Outlook and Predictions

In less than a week, the New York Giants will commence their annual free-agency sweeps. Unlike last year, general manager Jerry Reese has already said that the team won’t be quite as active as far as signing players from other teamsShow More Summary

5 Things the New York Giants Should Do Before the Start of Free Agency

Although New York Giants general manager Jerry Reese told reporters at the end of this past season that the team isn ’t planning to be as busy in free agency this year as it was last year, there is still a lot of work to be done. Some of that work can actually be accomplished before the start of free agency, which kicks off on March 10. Show More Summary

Giants cap space analysis

INDIANAPOLIS -- Asked Saturday where his team stood this offseason in relation to the NFL's salary cap, New York Giants GM Jerry Reese said, "We're pretty healthy. We're headed in the right direction with respect to the cap. I think we'll be able to do what we need to do. Show More Summary

Key Takeaways from NY Giants GM Jerry Reese's Combine Press Conference

New York Giants general manager Jerry Reese closed out the weeklong series of head coach and general manager press conferences at the 2015 NFL combine on Saturday. Here's a look at seven key takeaways from his press conference with reporters and what they likely mean for the club moving forward into next month's free-agency period and the upcoming draft. Begin Slideshow

Four things we learned at combine: Giants

INDIANAPOLIS -- General manager Jerry Reese met with the media Saturday at the NFL combine. Here's what we learned about the New York Giants: They're still looking for David Wilson's replacement: The Giants' 2012 first-round pick had...Show More Summary

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