New York Post "First of all, let me say that I want to apologize from my heart for the negative light that I unintentionally cast my quarterback and friend Eli Manning in. I continue to have the utmost respect for him, and I have complete trust in his leadership. It is a strange and unwelcome feeling I have that..." September 16
ESPN New York "New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning admitted taking strategic matters into his own hands late in Sunday night's season-opening loss to the Cowboys, confirming that he told running back Rashad Jennings not to score if he got close to the goal line. The purpose of the move was to run more time..." September 15
CBS Sports "Not only did the Giants horribly mismanage the clock during the fourth of quarter of Sunday night's improbable 27-26 loss to the Cowboys, but apparently, they horribly mismanaged their entire final possession. During his postgame interview, Giants running back Rashad Jennings said he was told..." September 14
Coughlin said Jennings was "not instructed form sidelines" not to score. Thinks Eli was confused about # of timeouts.
New York Daily News "1. Rashad Jennings is no longer the man in the Giants' backfield. Jennings, who looked like a bell cow running back early last season, has been seeing a great many second-team reps and special teams reps in camp. Shane Vereen, this year's free agent acquisition, has been drawing more first-team..." August 07
Newark Star-Ledger "For the third straight day, Giants running back Rashad Jennings was unable to practice Friday because of an ankle injury. He was officially ruled out for Sunday's game in St. Louis. The Giants only other player on this week's injury report was linebacker Jameel McClain (knee). He is expected to..." December 19
New York Post "The Giants could be without several key players Sunday at Tennessee, with Rashad Jennings likely among them. Big Blue’s starting running back missed a second straight day of practice Thursday with a sprained ankle suffered in last week’s upset loss to Jacksonville, and is looking more and more..." December 05
Rashad Jennings (ankle) will not practice today. #giants
The ankle injury suffered by #Giants RB Rashad Jennings is not believed to be serious, source says. Unlikely to miss time.
New York Post "Tom Coughlin has implored his beleaguered Giants to stand tall, the way Giants are supposed to stand, in the face of this horrific hurricane that has rained hell on them and again blown away their Super Bowl dreams. If there is any hope for the Giants to stand tall Sunday against the 49ers, it is..." November 13
Based on what we've heard so far, would be stunned if Rashad Jennings didn't start and carry significant load #giants
Rashad Jennings and Cullen Jenkins won't practice today, Tom Coughlin said. DRC will be limited at practice.
ESPN New York "New York Giants running back Rashad Jennings is in good spirits, as he always is, while he works his way back from a sprained left knee. Jennings will miss his second straight game Sunday, but he's been working out, feeling better and hopes to be able to return for the Week 9 Monday Night Football..." October 16
Jennings has an MCL sprain. Wouldn't put a timeframe on it #giants
New York Daily News "Whenever Rashad Jennings goes to speak to children, he always brings a picture because they never believe what he tells them. He really was once a 270-pound, “chubby, dorky” kid with red-rimmed glasses and asthma. He used to bring “little drinks” to his high school football game so he had..." August 07
Per league source, RB Rashad Jennings has officially signed a 4yr, $14M deal with the #Giants, $3M guaranteed.
NFL Trade Rumors "Fallon Smith, citing a league source, reports that the Giants have an offer out to free agent RB Rashad Jennings. According to Smith, Jennings is waiting on the Raiders to make a move. Scott Bair of CSN Bay Area reported Monday that the Raiders “remain a major player” for Jennings. The..." March 11
Pro Football Talk "After wrapping Friday’s PFT Live, which included a show-record five guests (Reggie Bush, Emmitt Smith, DeAngelo Williams, Brandon Boykin, Marvin Jones), guys kept showing up to be interviewed. So we kept interviewing them. One of the most pleasant surprises came from Raiders running back..." February 01
Rashad Jennings said he's good to go and will play on Sunday. #raiders
Raiders RB Jennings not expected to go, they'll shift FB Marcel Reese over. Julius Thomas expected to go. Steelers L Bell gets the go too
CSN Bay Area "Rashad Jennings was already down following an 8-yard reception when Dallas defensive back Jeff Heath inadvertently kicked him in the head. His head snapped down toward the turf and, for a moment lay motionless on the turf late in Thursday’s loss to Dallas. The Raiders’ feature back was wobbly..." November 30
Rashad Jennings sustained a concussion. RB looked foggy in locker room
Greg Olson said Raiders intend to roll with "the hot hand" in Rashad Jennings at running back. Darren McFadden will get his touches, though.
CSN Bay Area "Darren McFadden’s load might be lighter when he’s healthy again. The Raiders will run at the same rate, but they might call Rashad Jennings’ number instead. The veteran backup had another productive day playing for McFadden, totaling over 100 yards of offense in a 24-20 road loss to the New..." November 11
CSN Bay Area "Darren McFadden is good to go. Rashad Jennings is too. The Raiders will have a full complement of running backs for Sunday morning's game against the Kansas City Chiefs. McFadden and Jennings were listed as questionable on the team's injury report but coach Dennis Allen expressed optimism..." October 13
San Francisco Chronicle "Raiders running back Rashad Jennings calls himself a "fitness nut." And some of his teammates looked at him as though he was crazy on Monday. There he was a day after running the ball 14 times catching eight passes and blocking a punt leaving the locker room with his bike to ride the 20..." October 05
CSN Bay Area "Darren McFadden has been hurt in each of his five NFL seasons. That’s why backup running backs are so vital to the Raiders offense. Rashad Jennings was brought in to fill that role and he certainly looks the part. The 6-foot-1 231-pound veteran has a powerful rushing style that fits a revamped..." August 03
CSN Bay Area "Newly-acquired Oakland Raiders running back Rashad Jennings describes himself as a "complete back." "A back that can protect the quarterback, pick up the offense," Jennings said on a conference call with Bay Area writers Thursday afternoon. "A running back that can catch out of the backfield, a..." April 13