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New York Giants: Release of Brandon Marshall is no surprise

The New York Giants have officially released veteran wide receiver Brandon Marshall. General manager Dave Gettleman announced Thursday that Marshall had been released with a failed physical designation. Marshall, 34, played in just five games before suffering a season-ending ankle injury in 2017. Former general manager Jerry Reese signed Marshall to a two-year, $11 million […] New York Giants: Release of Brandon Marshall is no surprise - GMEN HQ - GMEN HQ - A NY Giants Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.


The New York Giants have released receiver Brandon Marshall

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — The New York Giants have terminated the contract of veteran wide receiver Brandon Marshall.General manager Dave Gettleman confirmed the move on Thursday during his pre-draft news conference. He says the 34-year-old Marshall failed his physical.Marshall was scheduled to make $5 million this season.After signing a two-year, $12 million contract as a free agent a little more than a year ago, Marshall played in five games last season. He was hurt against the Los Angeles Chargers in early October and had season-ending surgery to stabilize his ankle.The game against the...

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2018 NFL Draft prospect profile: Kemoko Turay, EDGE, Rutgers

Could the Giants overlook Turay’s injuries and add him to their defense? The New York Giants’ once dangerous defense is suffering from an apparent lack of teeth in the pass rush department. Olivier Vernon is (currently) their only proven pass rusher, and while Avery Moss has flashed potential, it seemed as though the better he played, the fewer snaps he got in 2017. Beyond them, the cupboard is pretty bare after the trade of Jason Pierre-Paul. There is, however, an intriguing prospect right in the Giants’ own backyard. Rutgers’ Kemoko Turay is flying under the radar after injuries...

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49ers' Donavin Newsom back in action following 2017 concussion scare

For most fans, the 49ers' 2017 season is marked by Marquise Goodwin's 83-yard touchdown catch against the Giants and Jimmy Garoppolo's gunslinger touchdown pass to Trent Taylor against the Jaguars. …

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2018 NFL Draft prospect profile: Jaire Alexander, CB, Louisville

Alexander is shorter than average, but big on talent The secondary was seen as a strength for the New York Giants coming in to the 2017 season. However, after a season which saw Janoris Jenkins and Landon Collins hampered by injury, the locker fractured, and an offseason that has seen veterans Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and Ross Cockrell depart, the Giants have some work to do. While “nickel” sets, with five defensive backs on the field, are considered subpackages, the fact that defenses are in them upwards of 60 percent of their snaps means that a team’s third corner and third...

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2018 NFL Draft prospect profile: Kolton Miller, OT, UCLA

Could the athletic but raw Miller be the future at offensive tackle for the Giants? The New York Giants need on the offensive line is well documented. The team made left tackle Nate Solder the highest paid offensive lineman in the NFL, moving Ereck Flowers to the new position of right tackle. However, both players might only be temporary solutions. Solder is 30 years old and has dealt with injuries in the past, while Flowers (who has always had technique issues) will have to learn how to play an entirely new position. The team could well look to add a developmental option who could...

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Friday Five: Landon Collins, Color Rush jerseys, more in this week’s Q&A

Let’s trade some questions and answers Another work week is coming to a close. That makes it time for our ‘Friday Five’ Q&A with veteran Giants writer Pat Traina. Be sure to check my answers to these questions over at Inside Football. Let’s get to it. Question: How concerning to you is the news that Landon Collins will opt for a second surgery to fix the forearm he broke at the end of last season? Pat Says: Well, it’s not good news regardless of the time of year — when are setbacks ever good news? But the if there is a silver lining to this, it’s that they are being proactive...


New York Giants: Landon Collins requires second surgery

New York Giants star safety Landon Collins requires a second surgery on his right forearm. Big Blue’s lone Pro Bowler in 2017 informed Art Stapleton of NorthJersey.com that he will need to undergo a second surgery after consulting with three different doctors. The Giants placed their All-Pro safety on injured reserve after he fractured his […] New York Giants: Landon Collins requires second surgery - GMEN HQ - GMEN HQ - A NY Giants Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.


Giants safety Landon Collins confirms needing second surgery on arm

When it comes to the current status of New York Giants star safety Landon Collins’ health, he has hit a recent setback that could keep him out until training camp. According to Art Stapleton of NorthJersey.com, Collins confirmed that he will undergo a second surgery on the right forearm he fractured in late December. “I hate surgery,” […] The post Giants safety Landon Collins confirms needing second surgery on arm appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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Report: Landon Collins could need second surgery on his broken forearm

Collins could miss the remainder of the spring Mike Garafolo of NFL.com is reporting that New York Giants All-Pro safety Landon Collins could need a second surgery to help his fractured forearm heal. Giants S Landon Collins’ arm isn’t healing as quickly as docs would hope and might soon undergo surgery to plate the break again, sources say. Timeline for a recovery would be about six to eight weeks to return to full football activity. So he’d miss the spring, be back for camp.— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) April 11, 2018 Garafolo adds in a subsequent tweet that no final...

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2018 NFL Draft prospect profile: Michael Gallup, WR, Colorado State

Is Gallup a sleeper to reinforce the Giants’ receiving corps? The New York Giants have a need at wide receiver -- or at least for depth at wide receiver. They added Cody Latimer in free agency, but he has typically been a special teams contributor more than he has been a factor on offense. Meanwhile, they have lost Dwayne Harris and Brandon Marshall may yet be a cap casualty. Sterling Shepard showed himself to be a capable outside receiver between injuries in 2017, but the Giants might want to add more of a possession receiver for three (or four) receiver sets. This draft class offers a...


Giants’ Landon Collins might require another surgery on broken arm

The New York Giants endured quite the tumultuous 2017 NFL season. Their injury-riddled year was capped by the fractured forearm of safety Landon Collins in Week 16. Collins recently gave a positive update on his health by saying the forearm was “100 percent.” However, according to NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo, he may reportedly need to have surgery […] The post Giants’ Landon Collins might require another surgery on broken arm appeared first on ClutchPoints.


Landon Collins considering second surgery to heal fractured forearm

Giants safety Landon Collins is facing second surgery on fractured right forearm that ended his season in late December.        


New York Giants: Brett Jones can set himself up for 2019

The New York Giants have re-signed center Brett Jones. Big Blue placed a second-round tender on the former CFL All-Star earlier this offseason. Jones will earn $2.9 million on a one-year deal, according to Spotrac. He took over New York’s starting center role after Weston Richburg suffered a concussion in Week 4. Giants general manager […] New York Giants: Brett Jones can set himself up for 2019 - GMEN HQ - GMEN HQ - A NY Giants Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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2018 NFL Free Agency - Giants re-sign TE Ryan O’Malley

The Giants add to their depth at the tight end position The New York Giants have re-signed tight end Ryan O’Malley to a one year contract. #NYG bring back TE Ryan O'Malley on one-year deal.— Kimberly Jones (@KimJonesSports) April 6, 2018 O’Malley was originally signed by the Oakland Raiders in 2016 as an undrafted free agent out of Penn. He was on and off their practice squad until being signed by the Giants in 2017 amid an injury-ravaged season. He made his only NFL appearance in the Giants’ season finale against the Washington Redskins. The Giants opted to not sign...

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Nat Berhe announces he is joining Pittsburgh Steelers

Former Giant finds new home Former New York Giants safety Nat Berhe has found a new home, signing on Wednesday with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Berhe announced the deal on his Twitter page. A 2014 fifth-round pick, Berhe was a solid special teams player for the Giants but never really established himself on defense. He missed an opportunity in 2015. Penciled in as a starter, Berhe missed the entire season with a calf injury. In 2016, Berhe found himself behind third-round pick Darian Thompson. When Thompson was injured, Berhe got an opportunity but was sidelined by a concussion after...

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Ex-Giant WR Tavarres King signs with Minnesota Vikings

King is latest Giants free agent to find a new home Now we know why Tavarres King was on Instagram earlier Thursday posting a goodbye to the New York Giants organization and fan base. King has been signed by the Minnesota Vikings. We have signed WR Tavarres King (@Tkunodos). : https://t.co/iW3BrW8glV pic.twitter.com/9pPOpM3z16— Minnesota Vikings (@Vikings) April 5, 2018 King, 27, caught a career-high 18 passes in eight games during the 2017 season. He has 22 receptions in a career that began in 2014. He was waived by the Giants at the beginning of the season due to an injury, but...

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Dwayne Harris should bounce back for Raiders in 2018

An injury ruined the 2017 NFL season for Dwayne Harris, but he was a Pro Bowler in 2016, and should bounce back for the Raiders in 2018. The Oakland Raiders needed a return man after trading away Cordarrelle Patterson earlier this offseason. On Monday, they added one, as they signed former New York Giants wide […] Dwayne Harris should bounce back for Raiders in 2018 - Just Blog Baby - Just Blog Baby - An Oakland Raiders Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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Giants news, 4/3: Dwayne Harris joins Oakland Raiders, more

Let’s check today’s headlines Good morning, New York Giants fans! Here are your Tuesday morning headlines. Former Giants on the move We have signed WR/RS Dwayne Harris.More: https://t.co/BcsIEgTMSN pic.twitter.com/MeY4I3bzhS— OAKLAND RAIDERS (@RAIDERS) April 3, 2018 Kick returner/wide receiver Dwayne Harris has a new home with the Oakland Raiders. Harris, 30, was once a premier kick returner but his production has declined the past two seasons. He played only five games in 2017, averaging 6.9 yards on punt returns and 20.9 yards on kickoff returns. A foot injury landed him on...


Should New York Giants trade Odell Beckham Jr.?

Despite holding their highest draft selection in over three decades and signing this year’s top left tackle, Nate Solder, New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. continues to steal the headlines in the Big Apple. The New York Giants star receiver is coming off a season-ending ankle injury and now won’t “set foot on […] Should New York Giants trade Odell Beckham Jr.? - GMEN HQ - GMEN HQ - A NY Giants Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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2018 NFL Draft prospect profile: Frank Ragnow, OC/G, Arkansas

Is Ragnow an under-the-radar option for the Giants’ offensive line? The New York Giants have made a significant investment in trying to rebuild their offensive line in the image of the new regime. Despite that, the front is far from settled. The only position truly locked down (for the moment) is left tackle. The interior, both guard positions and center, might yet be up for grabs. Brett Jones filled in well at center, capitalizing on the opportunity presented by Weston Richburg’s concussion. However, he has had previous opportunities derailed by injury and as of this writing he is...

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Madison Bumgarner's injury officially closes the book on Giants' title window

Barring a major surprise, the Giants won’t make a fifth consecutive even-year postseason appearance.         

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Giants cut WR/KR Dwayne Harris

The Giants move on from their special teams ace The New York Giants have announced that they have terminated the contract of wide receiver and special teams ace Dwayne Harris. #NYGiants terminate contract of WR/KR Dwayne Harris.DETAILS: https://t.co/Bi2D9rToOg pic.twitter.com/tF4pgkhXds— New York Giants (@Giants) March 22, 2018 The move isn’t a surprising one, as Harris had his 2017 season ended prematurely by injury, after an injury-plagued 2016 season. Per ESPN’s Jordan Ranaan, Harris was informed of his release as soon as he passed his physical on Thursday. Harris initially...

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NFL Free Agency 2018: D.J. Fluker to sign with Seattle Seahawks — report

Another member of Giants’ 2017 offensive line moves on D.J. Fluker has found a new home with the Seattle Seahawks, per a report from NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo. Fluker played six games for the New York Giants last season before suffering a season-ending toe injury. He became a fan favorite for his powerful play, as well as a favorite of the media for his passionate press conferences. The 27-year-old was a first-round pick by the San Diego Chargers in 2013. He signed a one-year deal with the Giants last season. At this point, the Giants’ likely configuration is Patrick Omameh at one...

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2018 NFL Draft prospect profile - Connor Williams, OT, Texas

Could Williams be a long-term solution for the Giants’ offensive line? The New York Giants began retooling their offensive line in free agency, however, they still need to add upgrades and potential long-term starting solutions at nearly every spot. Texas Longhorns left tackle Connor Williams came in to the 2017 season as a potential top 10 pick, but has seen his stock drop dramatically following a poor start to an injury-plagued year. Williams might yet be a franchise left tackle, but injury concerns, as well as questions about where his natural fit is on an NFL line could cause...

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Seahawks add veteran offensive lineman Fluker

HeraldNet.com HeraldNet.com - Everett and Snohomish County news from The Daily Herald in Everett, Washington The 27-year-old started 6 games for the Giants last year before a toe injury ended his season early. Seahawks add veteran offensive lineman Fluker Gregg Bell

Odell Beckham's injury could play big role in next deal

Odell Beckham Jr.'s season-ending injury hurts his leverage in future contract negotiations with the New York Giants.

Shane Vereen nears New York Giants return

New York Giants players and coaches react to running back Shane Vereen returning to practice for the first time since his injury, as they prepare for the Pittsburgh Steelers.