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Giants news, 10/4: Nat Berhe loses cousin in San Bernardino mass shooting

New York Giants headlines for Friday, December 4.

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Good morning, New York Giants fans. Here are some headlines to start off your weekend.

Nat Berhe says cousin among San Bernardino victims

Giants safety Nat Berhe, who has been on injured reserve the entire season following calf surgery, tweeted on Thursday that his cousin was fatally wounded in the mass shooting that took place in San Bernardino, CA., on Wednesday. Berhe, who is a San Bernardino native, wrote that the office building where his parents work is just blocks away from where the shooting occurred. Out of the 14 people who lost their lives on Wednesday, four of the victims have been identified -- one of which was Berhe's cousin, Isaac Amanios. Amanios, 60, worked for the county health department, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Our thoughts and condolences are with Berhe and his family in the wake of this terrible tragedy.

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Eagles CEO Jeffrey Lurie still seems to believe in head coach Chip Kelly.

The 49ers are demoting team president Paraag Marathe, but he is still expected to be a contract negotiator and salary cap manager.

The Green Bay Packers stunned the Detroit Lions on a time-expiring, Hail Mary touchdown to complete a 27-23 victory. Here's video of the Hail Mary in case you fell asleep early last night.