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Giants announce three additions to coaching staff

Word earlier this week was that the Giants hired former LSU analyst Russ Callaway as an offensive assistant and the team confirmed the news on Thursday. The Giants announced Callaway’s arrival and that his official title will be offensive quality control coach. The team also announced a couple of other additions to Joe Judge’s staff. [more]

Witness suggests Travis Rudolph acted in self-defense

Former NFL receiver Travis Rudolph faces charges of first-degree murder and attempted first-degree murder. A witness to the incident contends that Rudolph may have had justification. Hannah Winston of the Palm Beach Post reports that Rudolph acted in self-defense after a group of men came to “talk with” him. Per the report, witnesses to the [more]

Ex-Giant Travis Rudolph charged with first-degree murder

Former Giants wide receiver Travis Rudolph has been charged with first-degree murder. The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office announced that Rudolph was arrested after a double shooting shortly after midnight in Lake Park, Florida. One of the victims was dead at the scene and the other was taken to a nearby hospital. Rudolph faces charges [more]

Daniel Jones organizes offseason workouts for Giants’ offense

Giants quarterback Daniel Jones is again leading a contingent of teammates in offseason workouts this week. Jones is in Arizona with some of the Giants’ wide receivers, tight ends and offensive linemen this week, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. This has become common practice for Jones since he became the Giants’ starting quarterback. [more]

Giants hire Russ Callaway as offensive assistant

Offensive improvement is a must for the Giants this season and the team has added another assistant coach to help with that effort. Matt Zenitz of AL.com had the first report that the team is hiring LSU senior offensive analyst Russ Callaway as an offensive assistant. He worked with passing game coordinator Scott Linehan in [more]

Eli Manning: I think the Giants are heading in the right direction

Eli Manning retired just over a year ago in Jan. 2020 after 16 years as a Giants quarterback. Now as an observer, he feels the franchise has been on an upward trajectory this offseason. “It’s been great,” Manning said in an interview with SI.com, via the Giants website. “They’re obviously committed to turning this around. [more]

Strahan’s April Fool’s Day gap gag boosts dentist’s business

In a vast desert of unfunny and ineffective and not credible April Fool’s Day jokes, Hall of Fame defensive end Michael Strahan provided the lone oasis for 2021. Strahan, executing a multi-day con, announced earlier this week that he had his trademark tooth gap filled, complete with video of the procedure and the final product. [more]

Isaac Yiadom takes pay cut with Giants

Cornerback Isaac Yiadom was set to make more than $2.14 million for the Giants this season, but he’s agreed to take less money in hopes of improving his chances of sticking with the team. Dan Duggan of TheAthletic.com reports that Yiadom has taken a pay cut to $1.07 million for the 2021 season. His previous [more]

Jason Garrett: Dak Prescott is a fantastic player who’s going to get better

For four seasons and 64 starts, Dak Prescott had Jason Garrett as his coach. Garrett left Dallas after the 2019 season and became the Giants’ offensive coordinator last year. Garrett was in Arlington in Week 5 when Prescott severely injured his right ankle, needing immediate surgery to repair a compound fracture and dislocation. As Prescott [more]

John Mara: Last few years have been brutal for Giants, time to start winning

The New York Giants haven’t sniffed a winning season since 2016 and the routine is getting a bit old for team president John Mara. “It’s been a very difficult four- or five-year period for us,” Mara said, via John Keim of ESPN.com. “I’m tired of the losing and having a postseason press conference trying to [more]

Dylan Cole visiting with Giants

The Giants are looking at some more depth for their defense. According to the transaction wire, linebacker Dylan Cole is visiting with New York. Cole has spent the first four years of his career with the Texans. He played only six games in 2020, going on injured reserve with a back injury in November. He [more]

Giants in no hurry to extend Saquon Barkley’s contract

In February, Giants running back Saquon Barkley said that a contract extension is the least of his worries as he works his way back from last year’s torn ACL. Contractual matters are not in the forefront of the team’s mind either. Giants General Manager Dave Gettleman said earlier this month that the team hasn’t made [more]

Cardinals sign Colt McCoy

There still aren’t enough good quarterbacks to go around, so even the average ones find a way to remain employed. Veteran Colt McCoy has agreed to terms with the Cardinals, Adam Schefter of ESPN.com reports. A third-round pick of the Browns way back in 2010, McCoy started 21 games in his first two NFL seasons [more]

Giants sign Cole Hikutini, Josh Kalu, Chris Milton

The Giants announced Tuesday evening the signings of tight end Cole Hikutini and defensive backs Joshua Kalu and Chris Milton. Hikutini previously spent time with the 49ers (2017-18), Vikings (2018-19) and Cowboys (2019-21). Dallas released Hikutini earlier this month. He has appeared in four NFL games – all in 2017 with the 49ers – and [more]

Packers-Chiefs, Cardinals-Browns among additions to 2021’s 17-game schedule

NFL owners have approved a 17-game schedule for the 2021 season and that means each team now has a new opponent on their schedule. The 17th game will be an inter-conference game each season and teams the conferences will alternate hosting duties. The AFC will host the games in 2021 and they will feature matchups [more]

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