New York Giants rookie receiver Rueben Randle was on the receiving end of nationally-televised criticism by NBC football analyst Cris Collinsworth on Sunday, and it has left him a little confused.
New York Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks won’t play in Sunday’s game against Cleveland because of recurring left foot and knee problems.
“I think we’re still kind of getting through the bumps and bruises of the season, and I think we’re going to be alright,” Cruz said. “I think we’re getting to the chunk of our schedule in these upcoming weeks, and I think we’ll be OK.”
Getting off to an 0-2 start in the NFC East isn’t causing the Super Bowl-champion Giants to hit the panic button. Far from it.
On Sunday, Victor Cruz goes back to where it all began in Philadelphia.
Football fans have much to celebrate now that the NFL and the referees’ association have announced labor peace. But Giants star Justin Tuck doesn’t think it’ll be smooth sailing in Week 4.
“Obviously when you go through something like this, it’s painful for everybody. Most importantly, it’s painful for fans,” said Goodell.
The Jets are converting special teamer Joe McKnight to cornerback.
Andre Brown is determined to find a lasting home in the NFL with the team that originally drafted him — the Giants. If he keeps playing like he did Thursday night, he just might.
Seemingly everybody has an opinion on the Buccaneers’ controversial kneel-down play against the Giants that took place in the final second of last week’s game. And legendary former Giants and Jets head coach Bill Parcells is no exception.