Last year, Giants wide receivers Victor Cruz and Odell Beckham Jr. experienced two very different seasons. On the one hand, Beckham took the football world by storm as he won the AP’s Offensive Rookie of the Year, the PWFA’s Rookie of the Year and went to the Pro Bowl while making one of the most
Odell. One-handed. pic.twitter.com/tChZ9PVFNn — Tom Rock (@TomRock_Newsday) August 8, 2015 New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. seems to be in midseason form if the above video from practice on Saturday is any indication. Check out Odell pulling off yet another one-handed catch and making it look incredible easy. The cover athlete for Madden
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Cole Beasley may only be 5′ 8″ but it’s not much of a secret that the man has serious hops.
The status Jason Pierre Paul’s condition have been sketchy at best since reportedly suffering a hand injury, lighting fireworks in a fourth of July accident. ESPN shed some light on that situation today. Adam Schefter posted Pierre-Paul’s medical record confirming that the defensive end had his right index finger amputated. He posted his actual medical
🚨🚨🚨 pic.twitter.com/GvnM9CC0f5 — Jarvis Juice Landry (@God_Son80) July 7, 2015 A few days ago, video surfaced of Giants star receiver Odell Beckham Jr. making some amazing catches while casually laying on the ground during a workout with Jarvis Landry.
Odell Beckham Jr.’s fame and notoriety continue to rise, but when he’s not recreating “The Catch” nude for ESPN’s body issue, he’s legitimately putting in real work in preparation for next season.
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The Philadelphia Eagles have some intriguing questions at quarterback. Will Sam Bradford be healthy? Can Mark Sanchez ever be more than “Him, really?” Tim Tebow? Seriously, Tim Tebow?
David Wilson is done playing football, but he isn’t done competing. The former New York Giants running back will make his pro track debut Saturday, bouncing back from a neck injury that halted his football career. His Instagram post from last Saturday stated he’s recovering from a hamstring injury, but this is his last chance to
The New York Giants have made very little transactional noise thus far this offseason, only grabbing a few headlines with they slapped the franchise tag on defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul.
Mike Francesa has been on the air for years so you know that he must have gotten a rather bizarre question for him to call it “the weirdest question I’ve gotten in a long time.”
Former Giants kicker Lawrence Tynes has two Super Bowl rings to call his own thanks to the Giants’ Super Bowl victories over the New England Patriots.