In 2007, Michael Strahan led the New York Giants to a dramatic Superbowl victory over the previously undefeated New England Patriots. Last year, he was inducted into Pro Football Hall of Fame. And even though Strahan was at one time one of the most feared pass rushers in the NFL (he [...]
Second-year offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo is the force behind the revival of the New York Giants stars. Rashad Jennings, Eli Manning and Odell Beckham Jr. quest for an even better fantasy football outlook in 2015. New York finished...Show More Summary
Ex-New York Giants player Kory Blackwell says his accused cop-killing cousin was a lifelong criminal despite the family’s best efforts.
The New York Giants have accumulated a ton of talent to help bounce back from a six-win season in 2014, but not everyone can make the final roster at the end of preseason. Cuts will be made, and a couple of them could end the Giants tenures of Big Blue veterans. After the rush of free-agency signings, the team's roster was crammed. Show More Summary
Although the start of the 2015 NFL season is still several months away, the picture regarding how the New York Giants roster is going to look has become a lot clearer thanks to the draft. Certainly injuries and training camp surprises...Show More Summary
Attending the 2015 Met Gala, New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. showed off a sartorial ease in a custom velvet tuxedo from H&M. Beckham paired his deep plum two-button velvet blazer and slim-fit tuxedo trousers with formal slippers from Bally. The post Odell Beckham Jr. in Custom H&M Tuxedo at 2015 Met Gala appeared first on The Fashionisto.
For a team with an aging quarterback that has seen its win total drop in back-to-back losing seasons, the New York Giants entered the 2015 offseason with a lot of hope. It had to do with the fact quarterback Eli Manning was coming off a rebound season in new offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo's QB-friendly system. Show More Summary
“KATSU, a well-known graffiti artist and vandal, used a hacked Phantom drone to paint a giant red scribble across Kendall Jenner’s face on one of New York City’s largest and most viewed billboards. By all accounts, it is the first time that a drone has been deployed for a major act of public vandalism.”
Fast food just got even faster. McDonald's began testing out a delivery service in New York City on Monday, the company announced. "McDelivery" could soon be headed your way as the fast food giant has teamed up with the delivery appShow More Summary
The Walt Disney Co. had a surprise for analysts in today’s quarterly earnings report. The New York Times reports: “Despite expected declines in movie and cable network income, the Walt Disney Company on Tuesday reported a 10 percent increase in...
Evangelist Luis Palau, whose ministry is based in Portland, Oregon, has revealed that he and his wife will be moving temporarily to New York City ahead of a massive, and likely historical, evangelistic and celebratory event taking place this summer at the Big Apple's iconic Central Park.
The date was April 1, 2014, an extra special day for New York Giants defensive end Owamagbe Odighizuwa (oh-DIGGY-zoo-wuh). Besides turning 22 years old, Odighizuwa, then a member of the UCLA Bruins, had another reason to celebrate. He...Show More Summary
Sarah Jessica Parker wears a massive headpiece while walking the red carpet at the 2015 Met Gala held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on Monday (May 4) in New York City. The 50-year-old actress is no stranger to wearing something on her head at the Met Ball. Just two years ago she wowed with [...]
This is a video of street artist KATSU using a drone with a can of spraypaint attached to deface a giant Calvin Klein billboard in New York featuring Kendall Jenner. Unfortunately, he doesn't do much but paint a couple feeble red lines across her face. Show More Summary
NEW YORK (AP) — Just before its $45 billion deal with Time Warner Cable collapsed over regulators' fears about a giant cable company's control over the Web, Comcast was racking up more Internet customers. For the first time, the country's...Show More Summary
The New York Giants have executed all their meaningful acquisitions of the offseason. The 2015 draft class faces a defining rookie year, and the Giants' haul in free agency defined the team's direction in the draft. Since the turn of...Show More Summary
After months of buildup and excitement, the 2015 NFL draft is officially in the books. The New York Giants, who went into the draft with eight picks—their original seven plus Denver’s seventh-round pick acquired in a trade last summer...Show More Summary
Over the past decade, I've been to my share of big sporting events for a guy who usually prefers the comfort (and cost-effectiveness) of a Man Cave: Stanley Cup Finals (New Jersey Devils in '12), NFL playoffs (New York Giants in '12), NBA playoffs (then-New Jersey Nets in '07). Show More Summary
The New York Giants came into the 2015 NFL draft with several glaring needs, including offensive line, defensive line, safety and inside linebacker. Thanks in part to a blockbuster trade to start the second round—more on that later on...Show More Summary
Teams make surprising draft picks all the time. However, it's not so common that a draft pick himself is surprised to hear his name called at all. The New York Giants took Texas safety Mykkele Thompson in the fifth round. Thompson wasn't exactly hosting a big draft party. "It was a surprise for me," Thompson said, according to ESPN.com. Show More Summary