ESPN.com "Mathias Kiwanuka, who played nine years at linebacker and defensive end and won two Super Bowls as a member of the New York Giants, was released Tuesday by the team in an expected salary-cap move. The team officially listed the move as "failed physical" among the league's transactions, as..." February 25
Newark Star-Ledger "The Giants' house cleaning this offseason began with the release of longtime defensive end Mathias Kiwanuka, and continued on Wednesday when the team announced that they parted ways with veteran running back Peyton Hillis. Hillis, 28, was getting some solid playing time for the Giants in 2014,..." February 25
New York Post "Osi Umenyiora never wanted to leave the Giants, but he did. After two seasons with the Falcons, Umenyiora is set to become a free agent and he does not want to retire. What he does want is to finish his NFL career where he started it — with the Giants. “It was nearly a third of my life that..." February 25
NYG: DE Mathias Kiwanuka has been informed of his release. In nine years, he was part of two Super Bowl championship teams.
SNY TV "Tom Coughlin is expected to sign a one-year contract extension when he returns from the NFL combine (Jones, Feb. 23). Coughlin is entering his final year of his deal for the 2015 season. “That part of it is underway,” Coughlin said recently. “I don’t think there’s any big mystery. You don’t..." February 23
ESPN New York "Our man Adam Schefter reports this Monday morning that the New York Giants will use their franchise player designation on defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul if the sides can't agree on a long-term deal before next Monday's franchise deadline. This is the latest and strongest confirmation of what..." February 23
NFL.com "With the final group of defensive backs set to anchor the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine on Monday in Indianapolis, NFL Media analyst Mike Mayock spoke at Lucas Oil Stadium and recapped the top prospects from the week. Here are five takeaways from the former Giants defensive back and current draft..." February 23
Newark Star-Ledger "The Giants safety position was a revolving door of mediocrity in 2014. General manager Jerry Reese suggested on Saturday that the team could look to improve at that position could from within, with two of their recent draft picks in the mix to compete for a starting job. With three of the..." February 21
Jerry Reese on JPP: "We are talking. But that's really all I am going to say about that."
Reese said Giants doctors say Victor Cruz "looks good", but he added "You can't put all your eggs in that basket."
New York Daily News "Tom Coughlin won't be a lame duck coach after all. So much for the Giants breaking with longstanding tradition. According to two sources, the Giants are in talks with their longtime coach on a short extension. The deal will keep Coughlin from coaching into the final year of his contract,..." February 20
Covers.com "The NFL expects this year's salary cap to be between $140 million and $143 million, at least $1.5 million higher than projected, ESPN reported Wednesday. League sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter that the NFL notified teams Wednesday. The league had informed team executives at the owners..." February 19
SB Nation "Last offseason, it appeared the NFL and commissioner Roger Goodell were intent on reaching an agreement to expand the playoff field from 12 to 14 teams. However, a report in the Washington Post suggests a potential change is now unlikely to arrive in time for the 2015 season. "I think it's..." February 19
Giants have re-signed WR Kevin Ogletree to a one-year deal, per source.
NFL.com "The New York Giants aren't going to allow impending free agent Jason Pierre-Paul to play in another uniform next season. Negotiations between the two sides have not yet begun, NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reports, via a source informed of the situation. Whether or not discussions pick up..." February 17
New York Daily News "The Giants say they want Jason Pierre-Paul back. And soon, they may have to prove it. On Monday, the two-week window during which teams can apply the franchise tag to their most coveted players opened. The Giants now have until March 2 to place the tag on JPP if they choose to. The Giants..." February 17
Newark Star-Ledger "The Giants will have no choice but to show their cards soon with defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul. The window for teams to designate players with the franchise tag begins Monday and runs until March 2. If the Giants don't re-sign Pierre-Paul to a long-term deal or use a tag, the 26-year-old will..." February 16
#Giants reworked the contract of Cullen Jenkins to create $825K in additional cap space.
Indianapolis Star "Ahmad Bradshaw, an Indianapolis Colts running back the past two seasons, was cited for marijuana possession last week during a traffic stop, according to WDTN, a Dayton television station. Ohio State Troopers, who reportedly stopped Bradshaw in the Westbound lane of I-70, weren't immediately..." February 14
ESPN New York "Former New York Giants cornerback Terrell Thomas, who overcame three separate ACL tears to return to continue playing in the NFL, formally announced his retirement at age 30 on Thursday. After recovering from a torn right ACL suffered in college at USC, Thomas was a promising defensive back who..." February 13
Deadspin.com "Even before the release of next season's schedule (which should happen in April, about a week before the draft) we already know who everyone will be playing in 2015. That means it's possible to calculate who'll have the toughest row to hoe, and who gets a break. The Falcons will face the..." February 12
NFL Trade Rumors "The New York Giants announced Wednesday that they’ve waived retired running back David Wilson. The former first-round pick unfortunately was forced into retirement after he sustained a neck injury back in 2013. Wilson did, however, return to Giants training camp last year, but he wound up..." February 11
New York Post "At 34 years old, Eli Manning has one more new contract in him. But it may behoove the Giants to allow their franchise quarterback to play out his current deal, despite the unwanted lame-duck status that would hover over his 2015 season. It simply might not make sense for the Giants to empty the..." February 10
Newark Star-Ledger "With the Super Bowl over, the offseason begins with one of the more harsh aspects of the business of football — salary cap cuts. Teams like the Giants can now look to free up room on their payroll by jettisoning veterans whose performance have not lived up to their salaries, or who are blocking..." February 10
Calgary Herald "Brett Jones is poised to take a bite out of the Big Apple. Sources confirmed Monday that the Weyburn, Sask. product will be signing with the NFL’s New York Giants Tuesday. Jones, who spent the past two seasons on the Calgary Stampeders’ offensive line, is to become a Canadian Football League..." February 10
Newark Star-Ledger "We are weeks away from the NFL free agent frenzy, and Giants fans are understandably anxious about what the team might do with their top free agent, defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul. So when news hit that the final year of Pierre-Paul's contract became void on Friday, some immediately saw it as a..." February 09
Big Blue View "Let's look at the best free-agent safety who could hit the open market. We have said again and again this offseason that the New York Giants could be looking to make some changes at the safety position in 2015. Don't count on Devin McCourty of the New England Patriots being part of those..." February 05
New Orleans Times-Picayune "Out of all the accolades former LSU wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. has earned this season, Sunday's AP Rookie of the Year honors may have been the least surprising. In 2015, Beckham, the 12th overall pick of the Giants in the 2014 draft, is a bonafide superstar, Pro Bowler, and landslide..." February 03
ESPN.com "Ann Mara, the New York Giants' co-owner and widow of Wellington Mara, died early Sunday morning due to complications from a head injury suffered in a fall two weeks ago. She was 85 years old. "I am sad to say that our mother has passed away," John Mara, Giants president and CEO, said in..." February 01
Pro Football Talk "The Pro Football Hall of Fame cleared the decks of a number of finalists who had been debated for years, as they ushered in an eight-man class to Canton Saturday night. First-year eligible linebacker Junior Seau was elected to the Hall of Fame, along with running back Jerome Bettis, defensive..." February 01
NFL.com "New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. emerged from a historically great wide receiver class to capture the 2014 Associated Press NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year award at Saturday's NFL Honors ceremony. After missing the first four games of the season, Beckham sky-rocketed to national..." February 01
Newark Star-Ledger "Eleven years ago, Eli Manning hand-picked the New York Giants. That is where he wanted to play and where his personal team made sure he landed. Eleven years later, Manning wants nothing more than to remain with the New York Giants. He's made his life (complete wife and children) in New Jersey,..." January 30
New York Post "Eli Manning has played in and won two Super Bowls, but even when the Giants have not advanced to the Super Bowl, Manning usually spends a few days at the site of the big game. But Manning did not make it this year, for a good reason – his wife, Abby, gave birth Thursday to their third..." January 30
SB Nation "The league is still considering reducing the width of the goal post and will review the "Calvin Johnson Rule" this offseason. The NFL competition committee will examine reducing the width of the goal post uprights this offseason, according to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network. Each year the..." January 30
USA Today "For the first time, the NFL Players Association plans to issue its own projections for the 2015 salary cap to counter what it perceives as deflated league projections that can impact teams' budgeting and, in turn, hold down spending. NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith made the..." January 30
New York Post "Odell Beckham Jr. wowed the crowd in his first Pro Bowl on Sunday night, kicking field goals with ease in warmups and then making five catches — most of them of the acrobatic variety — in the actual game. What the Giants’ rookie sensation revealed after the game made all of that and his..." January 26
New York Post "Walter Thurmond still owns a house in Seattle, and he visited the Pacific Northwest this past week, checking in on his former Seahawks teammates, guys with whom he won a Super Bowl one year ago. Thurmond could tell from what he heard that these Seahawks understand their epic comeback victory in..." January 24
Newark Star-Ledger "The New England Patriots routed the Indianapolis Colts, 45-7, in the AFC Championship Game, earning a trip to Super Bowl XLIX in Glendale, Aria., against the NFC champion Seattle Seahawks. And as Patriots head coach Bill Belichick told the Gillette Stadium crowd, "We're on to Seattle," former..." January 19
Newark Star-Ledger "Whenever New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady decides to hang up his cleats, he will obviously go down as one of the greatest passers in NFL history. But former Giants defensive end Justin Tuck said that Brady's legacy would be even more ironclad were it not for his Super Bowl losses to the..." January 18
Pro Football Talk "The Giants’ new defensive coordinator is also the Giants’ old defensive coordinator. Steve Spagnuolo, who was previously the Giants’ defensive coordinator from 2007 to 2008, is taking the job again, according to Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News. During Spagnuolo’s previous tenure..." January 15
New York Post "The Giants are in hot pursuit of a new defensive coordinator. According to league sources, they interviewed former Raiders head coach Dennis Allen on Tuesday and are scheduled to meet with old friend Steve Spagnuolo on Wednesday. The front-runner is believed to be the 55-year-old Spagnuolo, who..." January 14
With Ravens eliminated, Giants will ask permission to interview Steve Spagnuolo for defensive coordinator job.
Confirmed: Giants will interview Pepper Johnson for defensive coordinator job next week. Received permission from Bills.
Giants requested permission for defensive coordinator interview with Washington DB coach Raheem Morris, per source.
Ravens DB coach Steve Spagnuolo is absolutely on the short-list to replace Fewell, sources say. Hard to say if he's at top, or just on it.
Pro Football Talk "The Giants have added a third quarterback to their offseason roster. The club signed Ricky Stanzi to a reserve/future contract on Wednesday, per the NFL’s personnel notice. The 27-year-old Stanzi finished the regular season on the Texans’ practice squad. He has also had stints with the..." January 08
The Score "New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. was added to the Pro Bowl on Thursday. He will replace Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson, who is unable to play due to injury." January 07
The Giants are parting ways with defensive coordinator Perry Fewell I'm told
Newark Star-Ledger "Microfracture. It might be one of the most feared words for a football player. When you hear it, you wince. Microfracture surgery ruined the career of promising Giants receiver Steve Smith and so many other NFL players over the years. This is what Giants cornerback Bennett Jackson faces. The..." January 03