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Big Blue View 14 hours ago
Can OT Jarron Jones make it with Giants this time?

Can OT Jarron Jones make it with Giants this time?

Converted defensive tackle has second chance Jarron Jones is an interesting case, having been converted from defensive to offensive tackle a year ago, then bouncing around the league. Jones is back with the Giants, so let’s look at him as we continue our player-by-player profiles of the 90-man roster the Giants will bring to training cam.p 2017 season in review The Giants signed the undrafted Jones as a defensive tackle, which was the position he played at Notre Dame. After a handful of practices, the Giants moved the 6-foot-6, 320-pound Jones to offensive tackle — a position he had not...
Big Blue View 15 hours ago
NFL.com — Giants’ Evan Engram best under-25 tight end in the league

NFL.com — Giants’ Evan Engram best under-25 tight end in the league

Giants used second-year tight end in a variety of ways this spring Prior to the 2017 NFL Draft many fans of the New York Giants were banging the table for the team to trade up and select Alabama tight end O.J. Howard. Others were drooling over the athletic gifts of Miami’s David Njoku. The Giants selected neither. The final first-round pick of the Jerry Reese era as GM was Evan Engram of Ole Miss. He out-produced all other rookie tight ends in 2017, and Elliot Harrison of NFL.com says Engram is the best under-25 tight end in the league. Amidst a brutal season in New York, Engram developed...
Big Blue View 18 hours ago
Giants news, 6/18: Patrick Omameh, Kyle Lauletta, James Bettcher, more

Giants news, 6/18: Patrick Omameh, Kyle Lauletta, James Bettcher, more

Your Monday morning Giants headlines Good morning, New York Giants fans! Just a few headlines to start you week. On his fifth team in six years, Patrick Omameh wants to become a long-term fixture on the Giants’ O-line – The AthleticThe former undrafted free agent went from a practice squad player as a rookie to a two-year starter with the Jaguars. Now the offseason signing wants to become a fixture with the Giants. [NOTE: I know the majority of you are not paying for an Athletic subscription. Still, I’m going to drop posts from them in occasionally for those who are.] Every NFL Team's...
NorthJersey.com Jun 16, 2018
Odell Beckham Jr. tells reporters he will attend NY Giants training camp, won't hold out

Odell Beckham Jr. tells reporters he will attend NY Giants training camp, won't hold out

The Giants star wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. told reporters he will be at training camp despite looking for a contract extension.        
Big Blue View Jun 16, 2018
Odell Beckham says “no holdout” from Giants training camp

Odell Beckham says “no holdout” from Giants training camp

Wide receiver plans to attend when camp begins New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. told media on Saturday that he will not hold out from training camp in an effort to pressure the organization into giving him a new contract. Via Pro Football Talk: Beckham hosted a football camp today and spoke very briefly to reporters, who asked him whether they’ll see him at training camp. “Yes, you will,” Beckham answered. So Beckham will not hold out? “No holdout,” he said. At the conclusion of mandatory mini-camp on Thursday, during which Beckham was a limited participant as he...
GMEN HQ Jun 16, 2018

ESPN sets up either or proposition with New York Giants Beckham

Perhaps, it does come down to an either or proposition for the New York Giants and Odell Beckham, Jr. this season. The team needs to pay him or trade him. Everyone knows that Beckham’s rookie contract does concludes after the 2018 NFL season. Extending OBJ becomes an area where, quite frankly, you can see the […] ESPN sets up either or proposition with New York Giants Beckham - GMEN HQ - GMEN HQ - A NY Giants Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Big Blue View Jun 16, 2018
Will Giants see the real Janoris Jenkins in 2018?

Will Giants see the real Janoris Jenkins in 2018?

Jackrabbit’s 2017 marked by injury, suspension In two season, the New York Giants have seen two versions of Janoris Jenkins. In 2016, they saw a shut-down, Pro Bowl corner who looked for all the world like a guy who was worth the five-year, $62.5 million ($28.8 million guaranteed) contract the Giants gave him in free agency. In 2017, saw a guy who didn’t play as well, had his effort questioned and served a suspension after failing to show up on time or notify the Giants of his whereabouts when players were expected to return from bye week time off. Jenkins, of course, much prefers to be...
ClutchPoints Jun 16, 2018
Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr. confirms there will be no hold out

Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr. confirms there will be no hold out

Through the first several months of the offseason, there has yet to be any significant movement toward a new extension for New York Giants Pro Bowl wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. This has centered chatter on his availability in the team’s workouts that he has yet to skip out on up to this point. Beckham […] The post Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr. confirms there will be no hold out appeared first on ClutchPoints.
ClutchPoints Jun 16, 2018
Giants, Odell Beckham Jr. not close to agreeing on contract extension (Report)

Giants, Odell Beckham Jr. not close to agreeing on contract extension (Report)

One of the central focuses around the New York Giants through much of this offseason has been the contract situation with Pro-Bowl wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. There has yet to be any clarity on when a new extension will be worked with the 25-year-old who is in the fifth-year option of his rookie deal that […] The post Giants, Odell Beckham Jr. not close to agreeing on contract extension (Report) appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Field Gulls Jun 17, 2018
Century Links 6/17: Players Get 6 Weeks Rest

Century Links 6/17: Players Get 6 Weeks Rest

Read! Fournette: Derrius Guice is going to have great year - NFL.comBeing a rookie in the NFL is unknown territory for each and every new entry to the league. But Redskins rookie Derrius Guice got quite an endorsement from a familiar face during the week. Odell Beckham confirms he'll attend training camp - NFL.comIn case anyone was worried about Odell Beckham's continuous contract problem, they can rest easy after what happened Saturday. The wideout confirmed he'll be in attendance for Giants training camp. David Fales may have the inside track to No. 2 job in Miami – ProFootballTalkA...
Pats Pulpit 17 hours ago
NFL’s best run-blocking offensive tackle on the Patriots’ roster, per PFF

NFL’s best run-blocking offensive tackle on the Patriots’ roster, per PFF

The advanced analytics website graded the veteran’s 2017 performance positively. The New England Patriots’ offensive line will look quite differently this year than the one the team fielded during Super Bowl 52. While the interior starters are still expected to be the same, the two tackle spots will no longer be manned by Nate Solder and Cameron Fleming: Long time left-side starter Nate Solder now plays for the New York Giants; Fleming left the team to sign a free agency contract with the Dallas Cowboys. While the left tackle spot is still up for grabs – both rookie Isaiah Wynn and...
ClutchPoints 10 hours ago
Bucs HC Dirk Koetter fine with Jason Pierre-Paul missing OTAs

Bucs HC Dirk Koetter fine with Jason Pierre-Paul missing OTAs

In an effort to bring more of a pressure on opposing quarterbacks, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers earlier this offseason made the decision to acquire former Pro Bowl defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul from the New York Giants. Since the trade, there was much attention drawn to Pierre-Paul’s decision to skip out on voluntary OTAs for what […] The post Bucs HC Dirk Koetter fine with Jason Pierre-Paul missing OTAs appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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