October 17, 2017
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Giants QB Eli Manning: We’ll Bounce Back, We’ll Be Fine

New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning isn’t worried about the offense despite being outgained 392-233 in total yards in the team’s Week 1 loss to the Dallas Cowboys. “We’ll bounce back,” Manning said, via New York’s team website. “We’ll be fine. We just got to just slow down, everybody take …

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Giants’ Eli Manning: I Think I Can Play Another Four Years

New York Giants two-time Super Bowl winning quarterback Eli Manning doesn’t plan to hang up his cleats anytime soon. “Yeah, I think sitting here right now, I think I can play another four years,” the Giants 36-year-old quarterback said, via ESPN.  “That’s the way the body feels. … Again with …

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Why Giants TE Evan Engram Will Be A Fantasy Football Stud

The New York Giants likely didn’t need to use a first-round pick to bolster their tight end position but got an instant impact playmaker in Evan Engram. The 6-foot-3, 234-pound tight end caught 65 passes for 952 yards and scored eight touchdowns in his senior season at Ole Miss and …

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Damon Harrison Makes Eli Manning-LeBron James Comparison

New York Giants defensive tackle Damon Harrison is coming off a career-year in his first season with Big Blue and was voted the No. 96 overall player on NFL Network’s Top 100 Players of 2017. The list is voted on by players, but New York’s All-Pro defensive tackle can’t understand …

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Saints Signing Former Giants QB Ryan Nassib (REPORT)

The New Orleans Saints are reportedly adding another quarterback to their roster ahead of training camp. Former New York Giants quarterback Ryan Nassib is expected to sign with the Saints, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. Free agent QB Ryan Nassib is expected to sign with the #Saints, source said. …

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Giants WR Brandon Marshall Plans To Retire After 2018 Season

Brandon Marshall joined the New York Giants this offseason on a two-year contract with one goal in mind, win a Super Bowl. The six-time Pro Bowl receiver is entering his 12th NFL season in 2017, and announced Saturday that he hopes to play out the full two year contract and …

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