Leonard Williams

Giants Forced To Make Tough Moves To Get Under Salary Cap [INTERVIEW]
Giants Forced To Make Tough Moves To Get Under Salary Cap [INTERVIEW]
The NFL reduced it's team salary cap 8% from $198.2 million in 2020 to to $182.5 million for the upcoming 2021 season. This means teams will need to make some tough decisions to get under the cap. The New York Giants made a big cut today and when I say big I mean 330 pounds of offensive lineman. Kevin Zietler is no longer a member of the Giants and neither is the $12 million they save by releasing the big man. ESPN New York Giants insider Jordan Ranaan broke the story and has more moves he thinks the Giants will need to make to get under the cap and field a team.
Is This Jets Team Different Than The Last Two Years? [AUDIO]
Is This Jets Team Different Than The Last Two Years? [AUDIO]
The New York Jets are off to a 3 - 5 start for the third straight season but the message is this isn't the same ole Jets. There are certainly many differences on the roster and there seems to be a message or mantra that it's all different for Gang Green but is that just lip service or does Dan Graca host of the Pre and Post game for Jets football see that difference?
Jets Did Good
Jets Did Good
We all know that in order to fully grade a team's draft, one has to wait two to three years. But, in the case of first-year GM Mike Maccagnan, there were at least two moves we can look at that appear to be very advantageous.