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Landon Collins Posts Most Tackles for Safety in Giants History

New York Giants safety Landon Collins notched 125 tackles in 2016, a franchise record at the safety position, per NFL Communications. Collins recorded 112 tackles as a rookie for the Giants but took his game to another level in his second year as a professional. Show More Summary

The Hidden Art Deco Tunnel Underneath the New Yorker Hotel in New York, New York

The New Yorker hotel's giant red sign dominates West 34th Street, and the hotel is often photographed as a city landmark, mostly on account of its name. Yet the history of the building is largely unknown. The New Yorker is filled with...Show More Summary

Exclusive: Lingerie maker Victoria's Secret looks to uncover supply chain issues

NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Lingerie giant Victoria's Secret, famed for its racy bras and thongs, has pledged to trace the sources of its wood-based fabrics, joining the ranks of fashion companies addressing human rights and deforestation, its parent company said.

New York Giants' Offseason To-Do List

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

Landon Collins Says Giants DBs Declined Miami Boat Trip Before NFL Playoffs

New York Giants safety Landon Collins said Wednesday that the team's defensive backs declined invitations to join the controversial Miami boat trip that left their wide receivers in hot water. "We actually were invited. We decided not to go," Collins said Wednesday on SportsCenter. Show More Summary

Five free agents New York Giants should pursue this off-season

1 of 6 | NEXT » The New York Giants are a great example of how free agency can help a team. Coming off a 6-10 season, the Giants broke out the checkbook last March. They were able to land some of the biggest names on the market, and it helped them improve to 11-5 this year. Show More Summary

The March: Moving Forward Is What We Do

We have marched before: It was July of 1848 when the giants on whose shoulders we stand organized for women's equality. It was about equality, and it was about rights; Abolition and the vote. Seneca Falls, New York, was the birthplace...Show More Summary

A Japanese drug giant and a tiny New York biotech are teaming up in an unprecedented way

In drug development, the typical trajectory for a small biotech company is to develop a drug, then find a big-pharma partner to help fund trials and get the drug onto the market if it gets approved. But a partnership announced todayShow More Summary

Free agency decisions: Should New York Giants retain Jason Pierre-Paul?

The regular season is in the books and free agency is rapidly approaching. A good way to get a head start on free agency is to examine the key free agents each team has. Deciding whether or not to retain a free agent is one of the hardest decisions an NFL GM has to make. Show More Summary

Eli Manning Passes for Franchise-Record Sixth 4,000-Plus-Yard Season

New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning finished the 2016 regular season with 4,027 passing yards, surpassing 4,000 yards for a franchise-record sixth time, per NFL Communications. While the 2016 campaign wasn't one of Manning's best, he did enough to get the Giants into the playoffs for the first time since 2011. Show More Summary

Remembering Martin Luther King Jr. In NYC

New York City is commemorating Martin Luther King., Jr today, a day after what would have been the civil rights giant's 88th birthday. King's birthday has been a federal holiday since 1986. We had to wait 18 years after his death to get the federal holiday because King remained despised by white supremacists in Congress for long after his death. Show More Summary

Meet The Unicorn Parade Milkshake, Now Offering Sugar Highs On The LES

New York City's Instagram ice cream game is not for the faint of heart. One minute you're sucking down Black Tap's insane sugary shakes; the next, taking giant licks of the genuinely excellent Soft Swerve. It's tough to tell which is the larger addiction: the sugar or the sharing. [ more › ]

N.Y. Giant: 1898

Washington, D.C., circa 1898. "Gettig, Chas. (New York baseball player)." Charlie Gettig, who played for the Giants. 5x7 inch glass negative. View full size.

New York Giants 2016 season in review

2016 was a big year for the New York Giants. It started off with the team shelling out big money to land some of the top free agents in March. A lot of people around the league thought the moves would come back to bite the Giants. Instead, they paid off wonderfully. New York. The […] The post New York Giants 2016 season in review appeared first on EndZoneScore.

Jordy Nelson out: How big of a loss is he for the Green Bay Packers?

Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson is ruled out for Sunday’s NFC Playoff game against the Dallas Cowboys. Nelson is ailing with some broken ribs he suffered in last week’s Wild Card win over the New York Giants. #Packers coach...Show More Summary

Gabrielle Union Struts Her Way Around NYC

Gabrielle Union is all smiles she keeps warm in a giant, furry coat while stepping out on Tuesday morning (January 10) in New York City. The 44-year-old actress is in NYC to promote the new season of her hit show Being Mary Jane. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Gabrielle Union Later that night, [...]

Nintendo Switch pre-orders will open in limited quantity on Friday in New York

Looks like Friday’s hands-on event isn’t the only big bit of Nintendo Switch business going down in New York City this Friday. The gaming giant’s New York store Twitter account just dropped the news that the eagerly anticipated (though barely seen) convertible console will open for pre-orders at the company’s storefront at 9AM that same day. A limited quantity of… Read More

Ben McAdoo says reports of Giants trashing plane are ‘bullshit’

Despite reports to the contrary, McAdoo insists it wasn’t his players. During a radio appearance with Mike Francesa of WFAN on Wednesday, New York Giants head coach Ben McAdoo made it clear that reports of his players trashing a plane...Show More Summary

Cowboys' GM Stephen Jones: San Diego is 'a great NFL market'

NFL owners are trickling into league headquarters for Wednesday’s meetings. New England’s Robert Kraft and John Mara of the New York Giants arrived early. Oakland’s Mark Davis, San Francisco’s Jed York and Arizona’s Michael Bidwill arrived a little later. The day-long meetings will involve the...

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