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New York Giants’ Nat Berhe Re-Aggravates Calf Injury; Marshall Newhouse Suffers Ankle Injury
August 27th, 2015 at 7:00 AM
It's almost unbelievable to think the New York Giants have anyone left who can even get injured at this point, but they do and they have. And on Wednesday, safety Nat Berhe missed practice after re-aggravating a calf injury that has sidelined him for the better part of training camp. ***PHOTO1*** Berhe,...

Unflappable Ereck Flowers Drawing Rave Reviews from New York Giants Coaches, Teammates
August 24th, 2015 at 3:00 PM
There hasn't been much for the New York Giants to write home about since the onset of training camp and the preseason, as injuries and inconsistency have dominated the headlines and most aspects of their team. However, among the handful of dimly lit stars has been rookie offensive tackle Ereck...

New York Giants’ Justin Pugh Hears Criticisms, but Says Line is “Headed in the Right Direction”
August 20th, 2015 at 3:55 PM
New York Giants offensive lineman Justin Pugh is not immune to the criticisms of a sizable New York (and New Jersey) market. And although precious few of those criticisms have been directed at him, the 25-year-old has chosen to absorb them on behalf of his line mates anyway. ***PHOTO1*** A third-year player...

New York Giants’ Ben McAdoo Says Offense Has “High Expectations” Going into 2015
August 20th, 2015 at 11:00 AM
In Ben McAdoo's first year as the team's offensive coordinator, the New York Giants finished 10th in the league averaging 367.2 yards per game. And while the unit looked much better down the stretch than they did at the start of the 2014 regular season, that still wasn't enough to...

Giants’ Damontre Moore Accepts Responsibility for Fights with Ereck Flowers, Praises Rookie
August 20th, 2015 at 9:00 AM
Since the onset of training camp, the New York Giants have seen their fare share of fights -- almost all involving the offensive line and defensive line. And on two separate occasions, it was rookie first-round tackle Ereck Flowers and defensive end Damontre Moore who came to blows. ***PHOTO1*** On Wednesday, Moore...

New York Giants’ Geoff Schwartz Returns to Practice, Feeling “a Lot Better”
August 17th, 2015 at 11:00 AM
New York Giants guard Geoff Schwartz, who didn't make the trip to Cincinnati to participate in the teams' joint practices or play in Friday night's preseason opener, returned to the field on Sunday and acknowledged that he's feeling a whole lot better after a week off. ***PHOTO1*** “I felt a lot better...

New York Giants Remain Interested in Jake Long, but His Recovery Time an Issue: Report
August 15th, 2015 at 9:00 AM
It was beyond evident that the New York Giants have some serious issues along their offensive line -- particularly on the right side, where John Jerry (RG) and Marshall Newhouse (RT) struggled on Friday night. ***PHOTO1*** One potential solution continues to be free agent tackle Jake Long, whom the Giants remain interested...

New York Giants’ Ereck Flowers Says Hip Flexor is “a Lot Better”
August 14th, 2015 at 9:00 AM
For a brief moment, it appeared as if New York Giants rookie tackle Ereck Flowers would sit out his first professional game against the Cincinnati Bengals. He had missed several practices a week ago due to a hip flexor issue, going as far as to say he couldn't even left...

Another Fight Mars New York Giants’ Practice as Robert Ayers, Michael Bamiro Get into It
August 9th, 2015 at 3:00 PM
The New York Giants have done their fair share of fighting since the onset of training camp, and Saturday provided more of the same. This time, it was defensive end Robert Ayers Jr. and offensive lineman Michael Bamiro who exchanged punches -- the second such instance for Bamiro. ***PHOTO1*** “He’s totally innocent,”...

New York Giants’ Pat Flaherty Believes Comments Made by Shaun O’Hara were Those of “Love”
August 8th, 2015 at 10:55 AM
Retired offensive lineman Shaun O'Hara pulled no punches earlier this week when he tweeted criticisms of the New York Giants offensive line, questioning their toughness as four of the team's five projected Week 1 starters sat out of practice with varying injuries. ***PHOTO1*** ***PHOTO2*** He didn't back down from those comments, either. Later...