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Sam Beal pleads guilty to two gun-related charges in Ohio

Cornerback Sam Beal already faced long odds to make the Giants’ roster. Now, he faces NFL discipline. Art Stapleton of northjersey.com reports that Beal pleaded guilty June 3 to two gun-related charges in Ohio stemming from his arrest June 2, 2020. His arrest near Cleveland was not previously reported. Beal entered a pretrial diversion program [more]

Kadarius Toney stuck on second team, so far

The Giants, after being foiled in their effort to draft receiver Devonta Smith, traded down and selected receiver Kadarius Toney. The rookie from Florida has yet to make a major impact during his first offseason. Via Dan Duggan of TheAthletic.com, Toney spent the mandatory minicamp working exclusively with the second-string offense. That meant he got [more]

Darius Slayton on new Giants wideouts: More the merrier

Giants head coach Joe Judge said in a Thursday press conference that he called Sterling Shepard after the team drafted Kadarius Toney in the first round to let him know that the wide receiver wasn’t picked to replace Shepard in the lineup. During his own press conference, Darius Slayton said that he didn’t get a [more]

Joe Judge called Sterling Shepard after Giants drafted Kadarius Toney

Giants coach Joe Judge felt it important to call Sterling Shepard after the team used a first-round choice on Kadarius Toney. Judge said he reassured Shepard that the Giants were trying to improve the team, not looking to replace Shepard. “I thought it was necessary to talk to Shep specifically because when we drafted Toney, [more]

Giants, Patriots to hold joint training camp practices

The Browns won’t be the only team to practice with the Giants this summer. Per multiple reporters, New York head coach Joe Judge confirmed in his Thursday press conference that the team is planning to hold training camp practices with New England prior to the teams’ preseason matchup on Aug. 29. Though the Giants are [more]

Saquon Barkley not putting timetable on his return

Saquon Barkley might or might not be ready for the season opener. He isn’t putting a timetable on his return from a torn anterior cruciate ligament as the Giants take his recovery slowly. The running back said he is taking it “day by day.” “It’s going to be whenever my body tells me I’m ready,” [more]

Nate Solder doesn’t care if he starts as he battles to make Giants’ roster

Giants offensive lineman Nate Solder missed only 13 games in his first nine NFL seasons. He missed all 16 games last season. Solder, 33, opted out of last season over COVID-19 concerns as he and his son, Hudson, are cancer survivors. Solder has not played a game since Dec. 29, 2019, but the Giants welcomed [more]

Saquon Barkley: Contract situation isn’t something that’s crossing my mind

Saquon Barkley is under contract with the Giants through 2022, as New York exercised his fifth-year option in April. But as one of the game’s top young running backs, it stands to reason that he’ll receive a new deal at some point. Barkley tore his ACL in Week Two of last season, and ended the [more]

Kenny Golladay on Daniel Jones: “That’s my boy”

After spending his first four seasons with the Lions, wide receiver Kenny Golladay has a fresh start with the Giants. That’s just how Golladay sees it, particularly after a 2020 that saw him play only five games due to injury. He caught 20 passes for 338 yards with two TDs a year after leading the [more]

Giants, Browns will have joint practices this summer

Wide receiver Odell Beckham didn’t get a chance to face his former team when the Browns paid a visit to the Giants in Week 15 last season, but he’ll have a chance to see some familiar faces this summer. Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski said on Wednesday that the team will hold joint practices with [more]

Giants taking Saquon Barkley’s recovery slowly

Nearly nine months after he tore his ACL, Giants running back Saquon Barkley is not ready to participate in minicamp, and coach Joe Judge is just fine with that. Judge said the Giants won’t rush anything and only want Barkley on the field when he’s ready to play. “We are going to make sure that [more]

John Fassel not at Cowboys’ minicamp after the unexpected death of his father

Cowboys special teams coordinator John Fassel is not at minicamp this week after the unexpected death of his father, Jim. “I spoke with John shortly after he received the phone call,” Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy said Tuesday. “John’s as big of a family man as we have here, and our heart goes out to him [more]

Daniel Jones: You can tell Kenny Golladay is a true pro

After spending his first four seasons with the Lions, Kenny Golladay signed with the Giants. In doing so, he gave quarterback Daniel Jones a dynamic weapon on the outside. Jones and Golladay haven’t been working together for very long, but the quarterback and wide receiver have formed the basis of a solid connection. “It’s been [more]

Former Giants head coach Jim Fassel dies at 71

Former New York Giants head coach Jim Fassel has died at the age of 71. According to Sam Farmer of the Los Angeles Times, Dallas Cowboys special teams coordinator John Fassel, Jim’s son, confirmed his father’s passing. Fassel experienced chest pains Monday and was taken to a hospital before having a heart attack while under [more]

Giants had about 70 players at OTAs

The Giants were among the teams that released a statement through the NFL Players Association saying that they would not participate in voluntary offseason work, but this week most players were in attendance. About 70 players took part in Friday’s Organized Team Activity, according to the New York Post. Among the players who chose not [more]

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