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Free Agency or Draft: How Should New York Giants Fill Their Biggest Holes?

There are two major ways to fill a hole in your roster: sign a free agent or draft a rookie. The New York Giants have plenty of openings on the depth chart, but six specific holes seem larger than the rest—three on offense, three on defense. Starting next week, the Giants can start plugging these gaps with free agents. Show More Summary

NFL Franchise Tag Decisions Set the Table for Wild 2015 Free-Agency Period

The deadline for NFL teams to assign players the franchise or transition tags has come and gone. Per the teams' official websites, for Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant, New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul, Kansas City...Show More Summary

Giants Taking an Expensive but Necessary Step by Tagging Jason Pierre-Paul

To understand why the New York Giants chose to use their franchise tag on defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul, as first reported by Rand Getlin of Yahoo Sports, we have to take a journey back to 2013. As you step out of the time-travel vessel,...Show More Summary

J.D. Walton Released by Giants: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction

If the New York Giants are going to contend in 2015, after struggling in 2014, they are going to do so with a new center. Around The NFL announced that the Giants released center J.D. Walton Monday. He started in all 16 games for New...Show More Summary

Giants use the franchise tag on Jason Pierre-Paul

Jason Pierre-Paul may have to play the 2015 season under the franchise tag, unless the Giants get him signed to a long-term contract. The New York Giants used their franchise tag on defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul, the team officially announced. Show More Summary

Jason Pierre-Paul Franchise-Tagged by Giants: Latest Contract Details, Reaction

Defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul appears to be staying with the New York Giants after the organization reportedly used the franchise tag to retain his services. Ian Rapoport of reported the news. Prior to Rapoport's report, Ralph...Show More Summary

What you need to know about Jason Pierre-Paul and the franchise tag

The deadline for NFL teams to designate franchise players is 4 p.m. ET Monday. Barring a major last-second break in long-term contract negotiations, New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul is likely to be among the half-dozen or so players to receive that designation. Show More Summary

New York Giants Blueprint for Winning Free Agency

In less than a week, the New York Giants will be knee-deep in free-agency discussions with prospects they have targeted for their roster. While they’re not expecting to go on a massive spending spree as they did last year, there areShow More Summary

Odell Beckham Jr Says He Could Have Been a Soccer Star Like Messi or Neymar

Even if you don't follow American football, you've probably heard of Odell Beckham Jr. The New York Giants wide receiver became a viral sensation in his rookie year for his spectacular plays, most notably his now-iconic catch against the Dallas Cowboys. In the NFL last night, Odell Beckham Jr. Show More Summary

Young New York Giants Fan Can Barely Contain Excitement About Gift from Team

Every now and then, a team goes the extra mile to make a fan happy, and we're reminded what sports fandom is all about. Case in point: Michael Monorock, a young New York Giants fan with special needs who received a mystery gift from the team. Show More Summary

Sharon Stone Skips Several Anti-Chevron Rallies, Is Sued By The Crusading PR Firm For Futilely Meeting Her ‘Diva’ Demands

Multi-talented Sharon Stone is being sued by a New York public relations firm for allegedly skipping several of the rallies the company had organized against oil giant Chevron. While it is a noble crusade to protect Mother Earth from...Show More Summary

First Look: Google's New Digs By Thomas Heatherwick And Bjarke Ingels

Earlier this week, The New York Times broke the news that Internet giant Google is planning new starchitect-designed headquarters by Bjarke Ingels Group and Thomas Heat Earlier this week, The New York Times broke the news that Internet giant Google is planning new starchitect-designed headquarters by Bjarke Ingels Group and Thomas Heatherwick. Show More Summary

Chris Canty Released by Ravens: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction

On Friday, the Baltimore Ravens announced the release of defensive end Chris Canty. He spent the past two years with the team after previous stints with the Dallas Cowboys and the New York Giants. Garrett Downing of the team's official...Show 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

An NFL on Fox analyst is breaking NHL news now?

They say that everyone’s a reporter these days.  What they say is true.  See the Twitter feed of NFL on Fox analyst and recently retired New York Giants lineman David Diehl. Diehl sent this tweet on Wednesday afternoon commenting on the injury to Blackhawks star Patrick Kane. Show More Summary

Why the NY Giants Should Explore Trading QB Ryan Nassib

There is an old saying that the most popular player on a football team is the backup quarterback. For the New York Giants, that could very well be the case as the 2015 NFL draft draws closer and quarterback-needy teams continue to weigh...Show More Summary

Former NY Giant who shot himself in the leg teams up with 'penny stock millionaire' Tim Sykes

Former New York Giants wide receiver Plaxico Burress and Tim Sykes, who identifies himself as a millionaire trader are going to "work together". We're not sure what that means but it's on Twitter. Burress served time in jail after he accidentally shot himself in the leg back in November 2008. Show More Summary

That Time Someone Said Peyton Hillis Wanted To Retire And Join The CIA

5 days agoSports : Deadspin

Today, the New York Giants released Madden 12 cover athlete—good job, fans—and running back Peyton Hillis. Did you even know Hillis was still in the league? A better question: Do you remember when a rumor came out in March 2012 that Hillis, at that time a free agent, was considering retirement so he could join the CIA? Read more...

Cushman & Wakefield is up for grabs

Real estate services giant Cushman & Wakefield Inc. is for sale. The Italian family that controls the New York City-based firm has hired Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley to help it look for a... To view the full story, click the title link.

Peyton Hillis Released by Giants: Latest Details, Comments, Reaction

The New York Giants have released veteran running back Peyton Hillis. He appeared in 16 games over the past two seasons with the organization. The team announced the decision on Wednesday. Mike Garafolo of Fox Sports 1 first reported...Show More Summary

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