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Friday Giants' notes, 02.06.09


Here are a few stories of interest to New York Giants' fans for a Friday afternoon.

  • The Fifth Down discusses the value of a No. 1 wide receiver, particularly Plaxico Burress. It's old, tired territory for us -- nothing we haven't covered before. Except, that is, for the video and tidbit of information about Hakeem Nicks of North Carolina.
  • Anquan Boldin figures his days with the Arizona Cardinals are probably finished.
  • T.J. Houshmandzadeh, another possible target for the Giants, appears to have wanderlust for the NFC East rival Philadelphia Eagles. If Housh winds up in Philly, they are going to have to learn how to spell his name.
  • Kansas City tight end Tony Gonzalez is still unsure about his future with the Chiefs.

For Gonzalez, selected to his 10 Pro Bowl, he’s bothered by the fact he’s never won a playoff game in his illustrious career.

“I want to make sure before this thing is all said and done, I want to be a part of a team that can make it all the way to the Super Bowl and win,” he said. “I don’t want to just get to the playoffs.”

  • The weird and short-lived marriage between Dan Reeves and the Dallas Cowboys is the latest bizarre chapter in the dysfunctional mess that is Jerry Jones' team. Pro Football Talk and Blogging the Boys each have some thoughts on the quickie divorce.