The New York Giants were expected to have one or two signings on the first day of free agency but by all accounts, blew it out of the water. The off-season needs included running back, offensive line, tight end, linebacker and cornerback
When your day starts in jean shorts, it's hard to imagine that it will get worse. But such a belief begins with the assumption that at no point during the day, while wearing those cut-off abominations, will you drop your children down a hill and send them careening into a fence.
Why can't we just leave well enough alone, anymore?
The NHL GM meetings are under way, and already in discussion are numerous rule changes to the overtime and replay systems with the league, apparently, in favor of fewer shootouts and more replay - exactly what a league starving for attention needs, less drama fans like, more video of referees making a collect call to Toronto.
The Jets have told Antonio Cromartie that he'll be cut, ending the month-long speculation.
It's no surprise as Cromartie was due a team-high $15 million against the salary cap after a disappointing 2013 in which he did not make fans forget about the recently traded Darrelle Revis, as was the Jets' hopes.
Running back, tight end, offensive line and linebacker - all major needs for the Giants in 2014. Yet, it's at the defensive end and cornerback positions, also necessities, that the G-Men are creating a stir thus far
The Knicks beat the Jazz on Friday night, 108-81, which added fuel to the fire to anyone who hasn't been keen on the rumors and reports of New York looking for a Mike Woodson replacement, namely Phil Jackson.
"I don't think it's been fair the way he's been treated all year," said J.R. Smith, post-game. "I think he's done a great job since he'
The New York Giants signed a linebacker on Friday night.
No, not that guy.
The G-Men have been in negotiations with starter Jon Beason for over a week now, setting him as the priority to sign before Tuesday's free agent deadline that would make him available to every other team in the League.
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