Watch as the mom of New York Giants rookie cornerback Eli Apple, Annie Apple, plays the typical mom on social media and records the family dropping him off for his first day of practice at the team's OTA's earlier in the offseason; Apple was the Giants first round pick back in the 2016 NFL Draft.
New York Giants defensive end Owa Odighizuwa said that he intends to reach out to former Giants defensive end Justin Tuck to ask him for advice and pointers on being a pass rusher and in particular, playing on the inside of the defensive line; something Tuck did many times to give the Giants another good pass rusher on the line to create havoc and something Odighizuwa wants to do in his career.
Former NFL quarterback and current ESPN analyst Ron Jaworski offered up major praise to New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning, as the former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback said that Manning right now is as good as any quarterback currently in the NFL right now and can stay that way so long as he gets protected and given time to throw the football.
When New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees was asked who his three sons root for in the NFL, Brees said none of them root for his current team and instead, one roots for the Carolina Panthers and two of them root for the New York Giants mostly due to the influence of Eli Manning and Odell Beckham Jr.
One of the most important times of the year is the month between mini-camp and training camp. New York Giants' running back Rashad Jennings said that he and other veterans have taken it upon themselves to teach the first year players what to do during that time.
In a list complied by Pro Football Focus, the website's analytics director labeled New York Giants startering quarterback Eli Manning as the NFL's current most most overpaid NFL player in the game, ignoring the success he's had over the last two seasons and instead, cherry-picked at statistics they deemed worthy enough to trash him in an article.
With the Cleveland Cavaliers winning Game 7 of the 2016 NBA Finals on Sunday night over the Golden State Warriors and pulling off one of the biggest upsets in NBA Finals history, the Cavaliers performance in knocking off the 73-win Warriors team is drawing a lot of comparisons to when the New York Giants pulled off the greatest upset in NFL history when they knocked off the 18-0 New England Patriots to win Super Bowl XLII eight years ago.
The linebacker position for the 2015 New York Giants was a big part of the defensive struggle. With some new faces from free agency and the draft, Jasper Brinkley and the Giants are hoping to put the struggles behind them.
Eugene Monroe is reportedly looking to remain at left tackle when he decides to choose his next NFL team for the 2016 season, and as Jason Cole of Bleacher Report has reported, Monroe has reportedly turned down the chance to be the right tackle for the New York Giants, which was part of the reason why the attempted trade between the Giants and Baltimore Ravens this past week fell through.
The New York Giants had a commitee of running backs in 2015 and it does not seem like 2016 will be any different. Despite this, Shane Vereen says that the group meshes well and that they make the most of the reps that they get.