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Landon Collins, three newcomers, among six Giants captains

Landon Collins, three newcomers, among six Giants captains

Nate Solder, Alec Ogletree, Michael Thomas are also new captains Landon Collins burned with a desire to be the captain of the New York Giants defense one day. Well, that day is here. Collins is one of six Giants selected as captains for the 2018 season in a vote by the players. The captains are: Offense: Eli Manning and Nate Solder Defense: Landon Collins and Alec Ogletree Special Teams: Zak DeOssie and Michael Thomas It is an interesting mix of captains, with the veterans Solder, Ogletree and Thomas all being first-year Giants. They are, however, veteran players who symbolize the...
Big Blue View Aug 31, 2018
Giants cuts tracker: Tracking Giants roster moves, trades, rumors, updates, and more

Giants cuts tracker: Tracking Giants roster moves, trades, rumors, updates, and more

Stay with us as we track all the moves as the Giants set their initial roster and make their NFL cuts. The NFL preseason is over and teams are now going about the serious business of trimming rosters from 90 players to the regular season limit of 53. New York Giants linebacker Alec Ogletree said Friday that it’s a “bittersweet” time because the regular season is starting, but players who will stay are bidding goodbye to players who may be seeing their NFL dreams come to an end. Giants coach Pat Shurmur said after Thursday’s preseason finale that the Giants have “enough...
Big Blue View Aug 31, 2018
NFL roster cuts 2018: Tracking cuts as Giants trim roster to 53-man limit

NFL roster cuts 2018: Tracking cuts as Giants trim roster to 53-man limit

Stay with us as we track all the moves as the Giants set their initial roster The NFL preseason is over and teams are now going about the serious business of trimming rosters from 90 players to the regular season limit of 53. New York Giants linebacker Alec Ogletree said Friday that it’s a “bittersweet” time because the regular season is starting, but players who will stay are bidding goodbye to players who may be seeing their NFL dreams come to an end. Giants coach Pat Shurmur said after Thursday’s preseason finale that the Giants have “enough information” to make good...
Big Blue View Aug 23, 2018
Ray-Ray Armstrong pushing for bigger role on Giants’ defense

Ray-Ray Armstrong pushing for bigger role on Giants’ defense

Linebacker emerging as option on coverage downs B.J. Goodson and Alec Ogletree give the New York Giants a solid set of starting inside linebackers, at least against the run. There have been two concerns about the inside linebacker position. The depth behind Goodson and Ogletree, and the pass coverage of those two linebackers. Ogletree has been beaten for long completions in each of the Giants first two preseason games. Coverage was a concern for him coming out of college three seasons ago and per Football Outsiders data uncovered by our Dan Pizzuta it remains so. Enter Ray-Ray Armstrong,...

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