It’s almost been a year since Jason Pierre-Paul blew his hand up with a firework. This weekend, you, me, and millions of other shitheads will set off all manner of small explosives and undoubtedly, some will maim themselves in the process.
The Broncos slapped a $14.1 million franchise tag on star linebacker Von Miller this offseason, but were hoping to get him signed to a long-term deal before today’s team-imposed deadline. Talks between the two sides have broken off, though, and the Broncos are probably very, very mad at the New York Giants right now.
Here’s the New York Giants’ schedule for the 2015-16 season. Notice which two games are not like the others?
Hey, you wanna see a bunch of really gnarly photos of Jason Pierre-Paul’s mangled hand? Yeah you do.
File under Things I Did Not Know Until Just Now: that was Joe Garagiola poking his head out of the centerfield clubhouse for Willie Mays’s famous catch in the 1954 World Series.
This is a weird one. Michael Strahan’s last NFL game was in 2008, when his Giants upset the 18-0 New England Patriots to win Super Bowl XLII. He had a sack and a pair of tackles in that game and left a 15-year NFL career for a very successful second act as a television host.
Just in case you thought those images of Jason Pierre-Paul’s right hand, mangled in a fireworks accident, were just a bit of Rick Baker prosthetic magic, nope. Pierre-Paul has changed his avatar on Twitter and Instagram to the above X-ray, and you can see just how fucked up those fingers are.
For days after Giants DE Jason Pierre-Paul injured his hand in a July 4 fireworks accident, we didn’t know anything more than that. We didn’t know the extent of the injury, or the operations required, or even how many fingers he had left...until ESPN’s Adam Schefter published a picture of Pierre Paul’s medical chart.
According to reports in both of New York’s tabloids today, cops have questions about the woman who accused Giants lineman Jay Bromley of attempted rape and vehicular assault, with the Post’s police source saying Bromley is unlikely to be charged.
According to multiple reports this morning, New York Giants defensive lineman Jay Bromley is being investigated by the NYPD for attempted rape. Apparently, the 23-year-old Bromley met a 26-year-old woman on Instagram, then arranged to meet up with her at the Hyatt Herald Square Hotel early this morning. Here’s the New…
Former New York Giants safety Tyler Sash—who died in September of an accidental painkiller overdose at age 27—had stage 2 chronic traumatic encephalopathy when he died, according to researchers at Boston University. The researchers told Sash’s family that it was rare to see as severe of CTE in such a young brain,…
The New York Giants are poised to hire offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo as their next head coach, according to multiple reports. McAdoo has been the offensive coordinator for the past two seasons, after having been the Packers tight ends and then quarterbacks coach.
Tom Coughlin, the grumpiest Tom in the world, might be switching NFC East head coaching jobs. He stepped down as Giants coach last week, made Eli Manning cry, and dissed team president John Mara, all in one press conference. Now, according to Fox Sports’ Mike Garafolo, Coughlin is interviewing to move across the aisle…
Tom Coughlin, who stepped down as head coach of the New York Giants Monday, said his goodbyes at a press conference today. The 69-year-old said that regardless of the changes, he had full faith that quarterback Eli Manning would adapt. “He’s done it before, he’ll handle it again,” Coughlin said.
After what feels like 57 years of being on the hot seat, Tom Coughlin, a man who perfectly embodied the word “coot,” is leaving the New York Giants. Officially, Coughlin has decided to step down, through a statement released by the team:
This, from AP shooter Andy Clayton-King, is a hell of a photo (as noted by ESPN’s ESPN on NFL Twitter account).
After his appeal hearing this afternoon, Giants WR Odell Beckham’s one-game suspension for basically assaulting Josh Norman was upheld. He’ll miss Sunday night’s game against the Vikings.
NFL VP of officiating Dean Blandino said that he spoke with an official at the height of the personal foul battles between New York and Carolina, and told him that the league would support the ejection of Odell Beckham Jr., and possibly Josh Norman as well.
It’s hard to know what to make of Batghazi—the claims, which were released to various reporters all at the same time, hinting they came from a Giants source, that Panthers players gestured toward Odell Beckham Jr. with baseball bats before the game in which Beckham completely lost his composure. Here’s some more video…
Odell Beckham Jr. should have been ejected after his helmet-to-helmet hit Josh Norman. He wasn’t, for reasons known only to the officiating crew. But he was actively hurting the Giants with penalties, and wasn’t getting anything done on the field (just one reception for three yards at the time), and Tom Coughlin could…