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Damon Harrison aiming to improve sack numbers in 2017

Giants DT Damon Harrison is hoping to get to the quarterback more often this season after tallying 2.5 sacks in 2016.

Giants embracing Super Bowl expectations

The Giants return most of their key players from an 11-5 season and made some important improvements. So there's no use hiding from expectations.

Odell Beckham Believes He Will Be NFL’s Highest-Paid Player

Giants' star clear about what he is looking for

Daily News Live: Giants camp

Daily News Live discusses Giants camp

Giants’ GM Jerry Reese: “Last Year Means Nothing”

GM is excited, but taking nothing for granted

Weston Richburg Talks Offensive Line, Puts Football In Perspective

The New York Giants made several players, as well as head coach Ben McAdoo and general manager Jerry Reese available to the media Thursday morning after the players arrived for the start of...

Shepard ready to team up with Marshall, Beckham

The 24-year-old Shepard had 65 catches for 683 yards and eight touchdowns in 16 games in 2016 during what was his rookie season.

Odell Beckham believes he will become highest-paid player in NFL

Giants WR Odell Beckham, Jr. believes he will become the highest paid player in the league, he said in a video on UNINTERRUPTED.

Justin Pugh Talks About The Improvement On The Offensive Line

The Giants' guard talks to the media on the first day of camp

New York Giants Training Camp Begins

New York Giants players reported to summer training camp on Thursday at Quest Diagnostics Training Center in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

Giants’ Training Camp News: Shaun Draughn, Valentino Blake On PUP

Valentino Blake, originally headed to PUP, won't be on that list.

Reese discusses the plan for Manning, Beckham’s contract, and more

Eli Manning has been the NFL's most durable quarterback, but even he is going to have to make some concessions to age.

McAdoo cites sex-crazed lion, 19th-century poem in address to Giants

Ben McAdoo hopes a story about a sex-crazed lion who was rescued from a Mexican circus in the 1970s and a poem from the 19th century can provide some inspiration to the Giants as they begin their quest for Super Bowl LII.

Owa Odighizuwa in attendance as Giants begin training camp

Odighizuwa, who appeared to be hinting about retirement back on April 3, had attended the Giants' offseason workouts in mid-April but did not attend minicamp.

Giants’ Super Bowl aspirations hinge on play of offensive line

The Giants are intent on adding a fifth Super Bowl trophy to the case. But they're going to need dramatic improvement from their beleaguered offensive line.