NYG: DE Mathias Kiwanuka has been informed of his release. In nine years, he was part of two Super Bowl championship teams.
New York Post "There is one way and only one way to play the game and Mathias Kiwanuka believes — with strong endorsements from his teammates and coaches — he embodies that singular approach. “From the time I walked out on a football field it’s been ingrained in me that when you step on the field somebody..." August 07
North Jersey "Mathias Kiwanuka is not looking to replace Jason Pierre-Paul as he steps up and into the starting role vacated by the All-Pro pass rusher. Kiwanuka is looking forward to reminding everyone what he can do while Pierre-Paul is recovering from back surgery, especially now that the former is once..." June 07
New York Post "The decision had already been made, well before the surprising news Jason Pierre-Paul required surgery to quiet down a herniated disc in his lower back. The plan was for Mathias Kiwanuka to move from linebacker back to his familiar and natural defensive end spot, a move that now takes on greater..." June 07
New York Daily News "The Giants still have a lot of work to do to create some operating room under the salary cap before the free-agent market opens on March 12. They continued that work late last week with a minor restructure of Mathias Kiwanuka's contract. The Giants linebacker/defensive end, who will turn 30..." February 26