- Ed Valentine, Big Blue View on March 1, 2014, 11:15 AM CT (1667 days ago)
The Pro Day portion of the 2014 NFL Draft process begins on Monday.
The 2014 NFL Combine is history, but with more than two months until the 2014 NFL Draft prospects still have plenty of chances to work out for NFL talent evaluators. Pro Days begin on Monday. The Pro Day workouts give players who attended the Combine a chance to improve on their workout numbers, and draft hopefuls who weren't invited to the Combine an opportunity to strut their stuff for scouts.
NFL.com has put together the co
- Ed Valentine, Big Blue View on March 1, 2014, 9:52 AM CT (1667 days ago)
Here is a list of 2014 NFL Draft prospects the Giants are known to have shown interest in.
Here is a list of 2014 NFL Draft prospects the New York Giants have reportedly had contact with at this point. almost certainly the Giants have been in contact with other players, but these are the ones who have been reported.
Reporting for this list comes largely from Conor Orr (@ConorOrr) of the Star-Ledger, Jordan Ranaan (@JordanRanaan) of NJ.com and from Walter Football. We will update this list occasi
- Jordan Raanan/NJ.com, Star-Ledger/NJ.com on March 1, 2014, 9:52 AM CT (1667 days ago)
The Giants have some really good players ready to hit the free-agent market.
- Ed Valentine, Big Blue View on March 1, 2014, 7:25 AM CT (1667 days ago)
Jonathan Casillas is the kind of young, under-the-radar free agent Giants' GM Jerry Reese has targeted in past years. Could he be a fit for the perennially linebacker-challenged Giants?
The New York Giants have shopped in the bargain bin for linebackers for, well, seemingly forever. At least as long as Jerry Reese has been general manager, and for the most part during the time Ernie Accorsi was general manager as well.
That has sometimes brought outstanding results, as it did last season when t
- Raptor22, Big Blue View on March 1, 2014, 6:28 AM CT (1667 days ago)
The Giants need a linebacker, and they like taking athletes from the ACC. Could that mean that athletic Florida State linebacker could a Giant come May? Let's take a look.
The New York Giants' defense played well in 2013. Despite lacking a consistent pass rush, the defensive line was stout, and the secondary was solid. However, even with the addition of MLB Jon Beason, the Giants' linebacking corps remained... Anemic.
The "Bigger Butts" up front, as DC Perry Fewell humorously referred to his
- Ed Valentine, Big Blue View on March 1, 2014, 5:28 AM CT (1667 days ago)
New York Giants' headlines for Saturday, 3/1.
Good morning, New York Giants' fans! Let's check the Inter-Google for stories about your favorite team that are making news this morning, the first day of March.
Appearing on NFL.com, former Giants' offensive lineman David Diehl defended quarterback Eli Manning. By the way, I doubt I'm the only one who thinks Diehl has a bright future in television.
NFL.com is doing team-by-team offseason forecasts. The offseason look at the Giants includes a vi
- Ed Valentine, Big Blue View on March 1, 2014, 4:15 AM CT (1667 days ago)
The salary cap is at $133 million for 2014, and franchise and transition tag amounts are now set.
With the NFL salary cap having been set on Friday at $133 million for the 2014 season, franchise and transition tag amounts have also become official.
The chart below comes from Over The Cap.
- Jordan Raanan/NJ.com, Star-Ledger/NJ.com on March 1, 2014, 4:15 AM CT (1667 days ago)
There's a lot of Taylor Lewan's but also some new, intriguing names.