Thus far, the Buffalo Bills have aggressively addressed the linebacker spot, adding to the group to help give the defense its immediate makeover. It started with signing linebacker Keith Rivers from the New York Giants on Wednesday,Show More Summary
Erik Kuselias is joined by one of the newest members of the New York football Giants, running back Rashad Jennings. Jennings explains he chose the Giants because he likes the direction they are headed in and wants a chance to play for head coach Tom Coughlin.
Former New York Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks has signed a one-year deal with the Indianapolis Colts, according to Adam Schefter. The NFL Network reports that the deal is for a $3.5 million base salary with a chance to earn moreShow More Summary
The New York Giants continue to hunt for cornerback help, and the top cornerback still on the market might be Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, the former Cardinal, Eagle and Bronco. According to Conor Orr of The Star-Ledger, Rodgers-Cromartie...Show More Summary
Representatives from 20 NFL teams — including New York Jets general manager John Idzik, two members of the Green Bay Packers, and tight end coaches from the New Orleans Saints and New York Giants — were present for Texas Tech’s pro day on Friday. Show More Summary
J.D. Walton may not be the New York Giants' starting center in Week 1 of the 2014 season, but a look at the contract he signed with the team earlier this week indicates that he'll at least get a serious shot at it. Walton's deal is for two years and up to $5 million, with $3 million guaranteed. Show More Summary
Is Google opening a retail store in New York City? Rumor has it that the tech giant has been shopping around for a storefront space in Soho, and if the shop does come to fruition, it would be the perfect place to hawk Google Glass and other techcessories to
Representatives from all 32 NFL teams — including the head coaches of the Cincinnati Bengals (Marvin Lewis), Minnesota Vikings (Mike Zimmer) and New Orleans Saints (Sean Payton); general managers from the New York Giants (Jerry Reese),...Show More Summary
According to Bloomberg, the company will debut on the public markets as early as April.
Raiders defensive end Justin Tuck says he would still be Giants defensive end Justin Tuck if the money he was being offered in Oakland and New York were even close. But Tuck, who signed a two-year, $11 million contract with the Raiders, says the money wasn’t close. In fact, Tuck says the Giants were only…
Alibaba, the Chinese Internet giant, is planning to file for an initial public offering in New York as soon as next month, a person briefed on the matter said on Friday.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - With its full-size boxing ring, giant video screens and techno wizardry, "Rocky" the musical thrilled audiences on Broadway with its rousing finale, but critics said overall it wasn't a knockout.
Justin Tuck did some remarkable things for the New York Giants organization. Hell, if there was such a thing as an MVP runner-up in the Super Bowl, Tuck would have earned that honor twice during his time with the team. The two-time All-Pro...Show More Summary
The big New York Giants news Thursday was not about a player they acquired but rather about one they lost, as team captain and 2013 sack leader Justin Tuck left to sign with the Raiders. Tuck got a decent-but-not-ridiculous two-year,...Show More Summary
Let’s look deeper into the San Francisco 49ers’ interest in free-agent receivers Julian Edelman of New England and Hakeem Nicks of the New York Giants. Odds of landing them: There is competition. The Patriots want Edelman back and Cleveland has been connected to him as well. Show More Summary
The New York Giants were a mess at running back last season, their stable washed away in a flood of injuries, poor blocking and decrepitude. Andre Brown and David Wilson were supposed to be "thunder and lightning" last season, but it...Show More Summary
The Oakland Raiders already plucked one former member of the New York Giants by signing defensive end Justin Tuck on Thursday. The Raiders are also kicking the tires on another former Giant. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN.com, the Raiders are hosting cornerback Terrell Thomas for a visit. Thomas appeared in all 16 games for…
Another day, another linebacker. The New York Giants' steady, uninspiring first week of free agency continued Thursday when they agreed to terms with linebacker Jameel McClain on a contract he's expected to sign Friday. McClain is 28 and went to Syracuse, so he's right in the Giants' wheelhouse. Show More Summary
In his first public comments made shortly after signing a contract that ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported to be for two years and $11 million, new Oakland Raiders defensive end Justin Tuck said what many people, myself included, thoughtShow More Summary
A foundation of Super Bowl champions will be yet another man short in 2014, as the New York Giants have lost their most iconic defensive player to the unforgiving open market. To be more specific, longtime Giants defensive end Justin...Show More Summary