Good morning, New York Giants fans! Here are your Tuesday morning headlines.
Eli Manning settles memorabilia fraud suit – ProFootballTalk
Eli Manning will no longer have a potentially serious legal issue hanging over his head. Manning has settled the memorabilia fraud lawsuit that had been scheduled to begin today, a league source tells PFT.
A little love for Will Hernandez from Brian Baldinger.
.@Giants @willhernandez76 is going to run a lot of “Power O RT” in 2018. Take it to the Bank. The WillSaquon Bank of Power runs. The NFC EAST got a lot better this off season. #BaldyBreakdowns pic.twitter.com/ecNFNZt2lb— Brian Baldinger (@BaldyNFL) May 14, 2018
Speaking of the running game, chew on this for a while ...
Why David Diehl believes Giants will be 'incredibly competitive' in 2018 | NJ.com
"You're going to be looking at a completely different offense," Diehl told NJ Advance Media Monday at the fourth annual Clara Maas Medical Center Golf tournament, which Diehl hosts at Montclair Golf Club. "Now you have Saquon Barkley, to Will Hernandez, to Nate Solder, and now coming back with a healthy Odell Beckham Jr., you're looking at a dangerous offense that can do a lot of things.
"A lot of people have been talking about Pat Shurmur coming in, and we know the success that he was able to have in Minnesota, but people aren't talking enough about Mike Shula, who was the offensive coordinator in Carolina who was able to use Christian McCaffrey unbelievably last year. Add that Saquon Barkley piece along with an upgraded offensive line and Eli Manning, a veteran quarterback like he is, I know it's going to be a completely different season and it's going to be an incredibly competitive football team."