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New York Giants Co-Owner John Mara Press Conference: Full Transcript, 7/30/15
July 30th, 2015 at 6:16 PM
Q: Obviously Jason Pierre-Paul is not here, and I would imagine you’re not too thrilled with the circumstances. Can you just give us your feelings on that? A: I’m disappointed he’s not here. I think this would be the best place for him to be for a number of different reasons....

New York Giants Expected to Sign Wide Receiver James Jones: Report
July 30th, 2015 at 5:33 PM
The New York Giants, who already appear stacked at the wide receiver position, are still looking to upgrade and will meet with free agent wide receiver James Jones on Thursday. ***PHOTO1*** ***PHOTO2*** The Giants had previously made "preliminary inquiries" regarding Jones, but any talk of a visit quickly died off. Originally a third-round draft...

New York Giants not Completely Out of the Running for OT Jake Long
July 30th, 2015 at 11:00 AM
When the New York Giants first met with free agent offensive tackle Jake Long in late May, he still had a ways to go as he recovered from a second torn ACL. Ultimately, the Giants let him walk, but were sure to keep a careful eye on him in the...

New York Giants Have Second Visit with OT Jake Long, Who Medically “Checks Out”
July 29th, 2015 at 11:00 AM
Shortly after starting left tackle Will Beatty suffered a torn pectoral muscle while lifting weights, the New York Giants met with free agent offensive lineman Jake Long, who is coming off of a second ACL tear. ***PHOTO1*** The visit was straight and to the point -- the Giants knew he was still...

“Disappointed” John Mara: Jason Pierre-Paul was Wrong to Shut Us Out
July 28th, 2015 at 6:04 PM
New York Giants co-owner John Mara has remained silent on defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul for the better part of three weeks, but on Tuesday, he finally opened up about the whole situation, his initial reaction to the news that Pierre-Paul had suffered severe injuries as the result of a July...

New York Giants a Potential Landing Spot for Dwight Freeney?
July 28th, 2015 at 9:00 AM
Since the moment defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul suffered a severe injury as the result of a July 4th fireworks accident -- an accident that ultimately left him without his right index finger -- there's been speculation surrounding the New York Giants and their potential need for another pass rushing defensive...

Phil Simms: Jason Pierre-Paul Should Have Trusted New York Giants Following Fireworks Accident
July 24th, 2015 at 11:00 AM
Jason Pierre-Paul's first mistake was renting a UHaul van, filling it with (illegal?) fireworks and then lighting them while still in his hands. But the mistakes didn't stop there, says Phil Simms. Rather, Pierre-Paul continued making poor decisions by refusing to meet with the New York Giants and lacking trust...

New York Giants Finally Acknowledge Jason Pierre-Paul Situation; Steve Tisch Offers Best Wishes
July 23rd, 2015 at 3:32 PM
The New York Giants have not said a peep about defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul or a July 4th fireworks accident that left him severely injured and ultimately led to the ray resection of his right index finger. That was until Thursday, when co-owner Steve Tisch finally acknowledged the situation and...

Atlanta Falcons’ O’Brien Schofield Uses New York Giants’ 2014 Snub as Motivation
July 21st, 2015 at 9:00 AM
In March of 2014, the New York Giants shockingly agreed to a two-year, $8 million deal with linebacker O'Brien Schofield. The near-signing was immediately met with skepticism and criticism from fans and media experts alike, but as fate would have it, the deal would ultimately fall through. ***PHOTO1*** For Schofield, he watched...

New York Giants Saturday Morning Storylines: Jason Pierre-Paul is Trouble, but Needed
July 18th, 2015 at 6:55 AM
Happy Saturday, New York Giants fans! Things across the NFL have now slowed to a crawl and this pace will continue right up to the start of training camp. Thankfully, that is now less than two weeks away, so this remaining lull will end promptly. ***PHOTO1*** As we await that, why not...