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Osi Umenyiora’s wish of Giants return may not be granted
“It was nearly a third of my life that I was there in New York, and I did a lot of good things there,” Umenyiora told ESPN. “As a team, we won some Super Bowls. I was able to go to a couple of Pro Bowls and be like an All-Pro player over there. Unless …
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New York Giants: 5 potential free agency targets
The New York Giants took a step forward this past season on-the-field with the emerge of star rookie wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. They still weren’t playoff contenders, but they aren’t too far away from being playoff contenders if they can make some …
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New York Giants‘ Need For DE Becomes More Significant After Release of …
Earlier today, the New York Giants parted ways with Mathias Kiwanuka. Along with Eli Manning and Zak DeOssie, Kiwanuka was one of three Giants to appear in both of their two most recent Super Bowls. At age 31, however, Kiwi’s cap hit was just too much …
New York Giants Potential Free-Agent Targets: Doug Free And Jermey Parnell …
No matter what the Cowboys decide, could the offensive line-needy New York Giants benefit? Could they sign Free to start at right tackle and kick Justin Pugh inside? Could they sign Parnell for the same reason, or to be a swing tackle backing up on …
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