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New York Giants News And Notes: The Ring Is The Thing

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May 16, 2012; Manhattan, NY, USA; The Super Bowl rings of New York Giants  defensive end Justin Tuck at the Super Bowl ring ceremony at Tiffanys in New York. William Perlman/THE STAR-LEDGER via US PRESSWIRE
May 16, 2012; Manhattan, NY, USA; The Super Bowl rings of New York Giants defensive end Justin Tuck at the Super Bowl ring ceremony at Tiffanys in New York. William Perlman/THE STAR-LEDGER via US PRESSWIRE

Good morning, New York Giants fans! Here are your Thursday morning Giants notes.

Giants entertain thoughts of 'dynasty' at Super Bowl ring ceremony | NJ.com
"You get that first time and you’re in awe, like, ‘Oh God, this might not ever happen again,’" defensive captain Justin Tuck, one of the designers of this year’s model, said as he stacked both of his rings on the podium inside the fifth floor of this storied building. "You win a second one and you’re like, ‘Hey, maybe we can do something here.’

"Our thing now is we want to make it a dynasty."

NY Giants defensive lineman Justin Tuck still upset over Super Bowl XLVI ring design leak - NY Daily News
"I didn’t want everybody that didn’t have anything to do with Giants Nation to be seeing the ring before we had 95 percent of our players seeing the ring," Tuck said on Wednesday night. "I really think that was unfair. And I wish I knew who dropped it and leaked the ring because I will have some choice words for him too."

Matt Bahr on kicking the Giants to a championship while 'dinged up' | Capital New York
It turns out that Matt Bahr was suffering the after-effects of a severe concussion when he kicked the game-winning field goal that sent the Giants to the Super Bowl in 1990.

Young guns: Top 10 NFL players under the age of 25 - NFL.com
Some of the best players in the NFL are also the youngest.

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