Giants 101 takes a look at some Friday morning storylines, including a look at how punter Steve Weatherford has seen significant improvement from the New York Giants offense and whether or not Isaiah Battle is a realistic option in the Supplemental Draft.
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New York Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr, for all the knocks against him, is mature enough to know that he'll regret his career if he never wins a championship. Accordingly, winning the Super Bowl is his only goal in 2015.
NFC East odds and betting lines are out and much like expert power rankings, the New York Giants trail both the Dallas Cowboys and the Philadelphia Eagles. The way we see it, that just means a big pay day for Giants fans.
New York Giants defensive tackle Markus Kuhn knows his NFL clock is ticking and that 2015 represents a now-or-never scenario for him. Accordingly, he bulked up, dropped his body fat percentage and isn't making anymore excuses.
New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin cracked the Top 10 in NFL Network's "Head Coach Rankings," but fell several spots from a year ago and is now listed behind a few coaches he's outdone during his Big Blue tenure.
Philadelphia Eagles safety Walter Thurmond III says New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin "doesn't believe in" modern medicine or sports science, but the team says they're three years into a medical practices overhaul.
The career of New York Giants DT Johnathan Hankins is on a rapid upward trajectory and he's now on the fringe of not only being a Pro Bowler, but an All-Pro.
ESPN released their "NFL Future Power Rankings" this week, which examines a team's likely success rate over the next three seasons, and they have the New York Giants listed at No. 20 overall behind both the Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles.
NFL Network has named New York Giants wide receive Victor Cruz as one of their "Top 10 NFL Comeback Player of the Year" candidates. What chances do you give him to bring home the award?
The Rockland Boulders of the Can-Am Baseball League have offered New York Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr. a contract after video surfaced of him pitching during a charity softball game -- and it's no a publicity stunt; the offer is very real.