Several current and former members of the New York Giants, including the organization itself, took time on Sunday night to offer their heartfelt congratulations to the US Women's National Team, who defeated Japan to win the FIFA World Cup for the first time in 16 years.
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New York Giants DE Jason Pierre-Paul has suffered severe burns to the palm of his hand and three fingers -- with one of the fingers enduring some nerve damage -- but the injuries are not career-threatening and the long-term prognosis is good.
New York Giants DE Jason Pierre-Paul has been hospitalized after suffering "severe injuries" to his hand in a fireworks accident. Early reports were mixed, but it now appears injuries are not career-threatening.
New York Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr. has gone completely nude for ESPN The Magazine's Body Issue and in an exclusive interview, admits that he doesn't care much for off-field workouts and takes issue with "The Catch" overshadowing his rookie season.
New York Giants running back Andre Williams remains focused on becoming a better all-around player and spent much of his offseason working on speed and explosiveness. Now with a year under his belt, it will be interesting to see how that all translates.
New York Giants offensive lineman Justin Pugh spent his entire offseason retooling his physique, dropping body fat and clearing his mind. Now as the 2015 season nears, the more matured Pugh feels it's time to maximize his talent.
Former New York Giants area scout, Greg Gabriel, says the team isn't talented enough to compete with the Dallas Cowboys or Philadelphia Eagles, and that QB Eli Manning is one of their biggest problems.
Giants 101 takes a look at some Sunday morning storylines, including a look at how bad the New York Giants' injury woes really are and how the team is looking to build momentum from 2014.
New York Giants LB Devon Kennard fills a college-sized notebook at least once per week, has notecards spread out throughout his home and even has a personal whiteboard that's constantly in use. Needless to say, he's a true student of the game.
The New York Giants lost two former players earlier this week with the passing of both Tom Longo and Pete Athas, who spent time with Big Blue during the early 1970's. Once a Giant, Always a Giant.