Good morning, New York Giants fans!
Giants legend Michael Strahan, owner of the 16-game single season sack record, has changed one of his most iconic features.
Eli gives an update on his retired life, business investments, and a possible return to he Giants organization in the future.
Now entering Year 3, most agree that Jones has the best supporting cast he’s had in his entire career. It’s now up to him to take the leap and lead the team to finally prove Dave Gettleman right and reaffirm his status as the Giants QB of the Future.
Every NFL team’s best free agent addition of past decade - The Athletic
Best free agent: Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, cornerback, 2014
Analysis: This exercise would be a lot easier if it went back one more year so it could include the 2010 signing of Antrel Rolle. The Giants haven’t hit on many free agents since 2011, which is a big reason why they’ve only made the playoffs twice in the past decade. A spending spree in 2016 produced some one-hit wonders (DE Olivier Vernon, DT Damon Harrison, CB Janoris Jenkins) and it’s too soon to crown 2020 free agent signings James Bradberry and Blake Martinez. So that leaves Rodgers-Cromartie, who signed a five-year, $35 million contract with the Giants in 2014. “DRC” made the Pro Bowl as an outside corner in 2015 and then was a second-team All-Pro in 2016 after shifting inside to the slot on the Giants’ best defense of the past decade. The freakishly athletic Rodgers-Cromartie had 11 interceptions in four seasons. — Dan Duggan
High praise for the Giants O-Line coach from his former boss Trey Ragas should be a welcome sign that maybe the offensive line is headed in the right direction.
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