Here are a few stories of interest for you this morning, New York Giants fans. Really, not a whole lot of news we have not already discussed.
Giants vote to decertify union in 2011 lockout talks
The Giants players voted unanimously Monday to authorize DeMaurice Smith, the NFL Players Association executive director, to decertify their union if he decides to do so as part of the NFLPA's strategy to block a lockout in 2011.
Giant mess needs fiery Coughlin - NYPOST.com
Good. Coughlin got his ring. He got his extension. He got paid. Maybe now it's time for him to go back to being who he really is, who he always was. Is it abrasive? Is it loud? Is it uncomfortable? Maybe it is. And maybe that's exactly what the Giants need.
Giants offensive line tries to restore pride after troublesome weekend | NJ.com
Kareem McKenzie is two weeks into his 10th NFL season, long enough to understand that the issues with pass protection in Sunday’s 38-14 loss to the Indianapolis Colts are easily explainable.
"Blocking people, plain and simple," McKenzie said one day after the Giants allowed four sacks and six quarterback hurries. "You can’t go ahead and find yourself in third-and-longs and giving them the advantage of going ahead to really get that rush going. It’s something that is obviously very easy to take care of — don’t put yourself in those situations."
Kevin Boss hopes to return to practice this week after helpless weekend | NJ.com
Kevin Boss didn’t like watching the Giants-Colts game on TV Sunday night.
NorthJersey.com: Titans stick with Young vs. Giants
Jeff Fisher keeps repeating himself. There’s no quarterback controversy in Tennessee, and Vince Young will start Sunday against the Giants.