Good morning, New York Giants fans! Here is some reading material for you as you enjoy a summer Sunday.
Eli Manning: Giants ‘can win championships’ and ‘I want to continue doing it’ | NJ.com
”Obviously it has been an unbelievable run, but I want to continue doing it. It’s not over,” Manning told NFL Network, according to Kim Jones. “I know that ... I’m excited for this upcoming year and really prove that I can still play at a high level. We can win games. We can win championships.”
Can the Giants Transition Into a New Era While Clinging to Their Past? - The Ringer
With Odell Beckham Jr., Eli Manning, and Saquon Barkley in tow, New York fans have reason to dream big entering the 2018 NFL season. They also have reason to question the direction of the franchise.
Giants Super Bowl hero has advice for getting back there
Plaxico Burress was back at MetLife Stadium on Saturday wearing a Giants jersey, talking about the 2007 team and how it won the Super Bowl. And he said he likes...
Pat Shurmur welcomes Tiki Barber back into the Giants’ fold
No one ever rushed for more yards in a Giants uniform than Tiki Barber, but his shaky relationship with coach Tom Coughlin sparked an uncomfortable vibe...
Health & fitness expo at MetLife Stadium is a place people get active
NBC 4 New York and Telemundo 47 Health & Fitness Expo where people get to run a running back route, climb rock walls and get active at MetLife Stadium
Top 10 most overpaid NFL players | theScore.com
Another player who earned a massive free-agent deal this offseason, Solder shows how much NFL teams are willing to shell out to land solid offensive linemen. And that's all Solder is - an average left tackle, but one who's making nearly $2 million per year more than the next-highest-paid player at his position. His contract is structured so the Giants can get out of it prior to 2020, but that doesn't balance out the incredible yearly average of the deal.
Here are changes noticed by 2 longtime Giants | Zak DeOssie, Mark Herzlich explain new era | NJ.com
Only quarterback Eli Manning has been with Giants longer than Zak DeOssie and Mark Herzlich, who see changes from head coach Pat Shurmur. Both also have been active with the Newark Mentoring Movement.