Which defensive position should the Giants focus on first? Giants.com answers that and more, in Eisen's Mailbag: bit.ly/1G18Ow5Eisen's Mailbag: LBs vs DEs www.giants.comSenior Writer/Editor Michael Eisen answers questions about which defensive need the Giants should fill first
The New York Giants have released running back Peyton Hillis, who was on the second year of a two-year contract. Hillis, a seven-year veteran, was signed by the Giants on Oct. 16, 2013 to provide depth to a running backs corps that was struggling with injuries. He was signed to a two-year deal last offseason, [...]
The New York Giants announced that they have released defensive end Mathias Kiwanuka. “Mathias has a warrior mentality,” said Giants general manager Jerry Reese via a written statement released by the team. “He has been the ultimate team player for this franchise, and was a true pro from day one.” The transaction came as little [...]
What started out as a nightmare of a season actually turned into magic for wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. The Giants 2014 first-round pick, who was slowed by hamstring issues that cost him the first four games of the season, finished with 91 catches for 1,305 yards and 12 touchdowns. He made worldwide headlines with [...]
Let's discuss whether some former Giants could be future Giants.
The New York Giants will try in 2015 to turn back the defensive clock to a better time, bringing back former coordinator Steve Spagnuolo to try to return the defense to the championship form he instilled back in 2007. Could some other old friends return to try to help Spagnuolo do that?
A trio of defensive linemen who helped the Giants win championships during the Tom Coughlin era as head coach are now free agents. Defensive tackles Barry Cofield and Chris Canty were recently cut by the Washington Redskins and...
Can the controversial "DGB" be a steal for the Giants?
Ah, the curious case of Dorial Green-Beckham. A supremely talented monstrosity of a wide receiver, he's got unnatural skills at the catch point, somewhere between an Alshon Jeffery and A.J. Green hybrid. He'd be a surefire first round and possible top ten selection if it wasn't for some...well...issues. Is he worth a high round pick? Let's find out. First, check out his "spider graph" from the combine:
- Monstrous frame reminiscent of Calvin Johnson. Plus athleticism for his size as well.
- Long strider with smooth athleticism
- Enormous catch radius with...