Giants owner 'disappointed' in JPP

"I think this would be the best place for him to be for a number of reasons," John Mara said today when discussing Jason Pierre-Paul's injury. "He would have the opportunity to learn the new defense, but more importantly, we have the best training staff in the league here." 'We don't know how extensive the damage is'

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When will Pierre-Paul report, if at all?

It seems the Giants are still in the dark about when or if Jason Pierre-Paul will join the team for training camp. With a lack of trust and communication between the two sides, how will this situation play out? NFL rumors roundup

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Graziano: Giants' only option is patience

Physically, emotionally and mentally, Jason Pierre-Paul needs time before he can think about football or talk about money. The Giants have no choice but to give him that time. Frustration

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Sleeper Super Bowl teams

Who could come out of nowhere to win it all? Well, writes KC Joyner, if Odell Beckham can come anywhere close to stretching his second-half numbers over a full season, Eli Manning has the potential to be one of the best downfield QBs. Sleepers (Insider)

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Joyner: Vikings among Super Bowl sleepers

Who could come out of nowhere to win it all? KC Joyner examines three teams who fit the bill, including Adrian Peterson's Vikings.

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Giants lost on Casillas, Beatty

OLB Jonathan Casillas will probably play primarily on New York's special teams. LT William Beatty is injured again and might not play at all. Grantland: All-bad contracts team

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NFL Nation Buzz: New York Giants

Dan Graziano reports on the void the Giants currently have at the free safety position.

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No timetable for JPP's Giants return

Jason Pierre-Paul is getting his own medical care near his South Florida home following the July 4 fireworks accident that cost him his right index finger, according to ESPN's Dan Graziano. The source said JPP expects to play this season, "sooner than a lot of people think."

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Source: Pierre-Paul rehabbing away from Giants

Jason Pierre-Paul is getting his own medical care and rehab near his home in South Florida, a source told ESPN, and at this point has no timetable for returning to the Giants.

John Mara to JPP: Wrong to shut us out

The Giants co-owner doesn't think the DE, who injured his right hand in a fireworks accident, is "receiving very good advice right now." Mara found it "disappointing" that no one from the team has seen Pierre-Paul's hand, despite team officials visiting him at a Miami hospital in the days after the accident.

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Could Cruz be back better than ever?

According to teammate Prince Amukamara, Victor Cruz looks faster than he ever has as he returns from a torn patellar tendon. What kind of impact will Cruz make for the Giants this season? NFL rumors roundup

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Eli's In A Win-Win Situation

Eli Manning might be the next QB in line for a raise. An extension this year could put Manning's contract in the same ballpark as Ben Roethlisberger's four-year, $87.4 million deal. Clayton: Pending negotiations


Graziano: Not optimistic on Brady settlement

ESPN Giants reporter Dan Graziano shares his lack of optimism that a settlement can be reached between Tom Brady and the NFL regarding the appeal of Brady's four-game suspension. Plus, Graziano covers why New York has yet to examine Jason Pierre-Paul.

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Donnell expected to practice this week

Giants tight end Larry Donnell is out of his walking boot. After recovering from an Achilles injury, he's expected to practice when training camp begins this week. NFL rumors roundup

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Sources: Umenyiora in talks to retire as Giant

Osi Umenyiora is in talks with the Giants about a ceremonial one-day contract that would allow him to officially retire as a Giant, sources told ESPN on Monday.

Osi, Giants talking ceremonial contract

DE Osi Umenyiora and New York are discussing a plan to sign a one-day contract so he can retire as a Giant, sources tell ESPN's Adam Caplan and Dan Graziano. Umenyiora spent his first 9 years with the Giants and won 2 Super Bowls. He was most recently with the Falcons.


Eli Manning's fantasy rank

Could the Giants QB rank among the top five in fantasy this season? Absolutely, says KC Joyner. New York's pass-first offensive approach and easy schedule are just two of the reasons why. The case for Eli (Insider)


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