Good morning, New York Giants fans! Here are some headlines for your Wednesday morning.
Will Tye makes a name for Stony Brook program
On Sunday night against the San Francisco 49ers, backup tight end Will Tye had four key receptions -- three going for first downs -- in the Giants' 30-27 victory. Tye, a local product out of Stony Brook University, is the first Stony Brook player to make it to the NFL.
"It feels real good," Tye said. "I know I've got the whole team still rooting for me, the fans here, the administration, coaches . . . It was real important to show I could be out there and to show that, no matter where you come from, if you have talent and work hard, you can get the job done."
According to an autopsy, former Giants safety Tyler Sash passed away due to an overdose of pain pills. He was 27.
Former Giants draft pick Chad Jones begins his latest comeback again on the baseball diamond.
Is Odell Beckham Jr. actually similar to potential Hall of Fame member Terrell Owens?
Eli Manning is the biggest difference that can put the Giants at the top of the NFC East when the regular season is all said and done.
In Case You Missed It
Tight end Daniel Fells may have taken the last NFL snap of his career.
Big Blue is an underdog heading into their Monday night matinee with the Eagles.
What does Tom Coughlin believe is the difference between this year's team and last year's team, when both were 3-2?
Who were some of the best and worst graded Giants in their Sunday night victory over the 49ers?
Around the NFL
Julian Edelman named Odell Beckham as one of his top five NFL receivers during a Reddit AMA.
One-time Giant wide receiver James Jones makes the list as one of the top NFL offseason bargains.