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2015 Schedule

How will Meriweather fare?

Brandon Meriweather was brought in by the Giants to shore up their depleted secondary. Are he and rookie Landon Collins a feasible pair of starting safeties for an NFL defense? Saturday camp preview

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No reason to worry about Beckham Jr.

Perhaps you're a Giants fan who's spooked by a quiet preseason from Odell Beckham Jr. Maybe you're a fantasy owner who is hoping last year was no fluke. Either way, it seems like OBJ should be just fine. NFL rumors roundup

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Keep an eye on TE Larry Donnell

He was second on the team last year in red zone targets with 20. How will coordinator Ben McAdoo divide his goal-line play calls between Big Larry, Odell Beckham Jr. and the running backs? Red zone targets

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Fantasy value mixed

Matthew Berry presents a troubling statistic regarding Victor Cruz's fantasy production, while also labeling a Giant as a late-round sleeper. 10 lists of 10 for the 2015 season

Giants lose another safety (1:48)

Giants’ new recovery process?

The Giants are experimenting with a healing program that includes yoga, massage and other recovery techniques. Could this program be something they incorporate into their regular-season? Friday camp preview

Beckham Jr. becomes shampoo pitchman (2:45)
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Head, shoulders, knees and toes

When Troy Polamalu retired from the NFL, shampoo brand Head & Shoulders needed a new spokesman -- and Odell Beckham Jr.'s two-toned dreads were an obvious answer. "I don't think my hair is as good as Troy's," Beckham told ESPN. "But hopefully I can one day live up to his reputation."

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1dDarren Rovell

Hair apparent: WR Beckham gets shampoo deal

New York Giants receiver Odell Beckham Jr. was named the successor to Troy Polamalu as the new face -- or should we say hair -- of the Head & Shoulders shampoo brand

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The Odell Beckham Jr. effect

Last year, the Giants' young core ranked 30th in the league. This year they're much higher up thanks to the play of their talented wide receiver. Who has the best under-25 talent? (Insider)

Giants lose another safety to injury

Nat Berhe will undergo surgery Friday to remove a hardened blood clot from his calf, which is likely to keep him out for the season. That would make him the fourth safety the Giants have lost for the season due to injury in the past 13 days.

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2dDan Graziano

Giants lose safety Berhe to blood clot in calf

Giants safety Nat Berhe tweeted that he will have surgery Friday morning to remove a hardened blood clot from his calf. Sources say the surgery is likely to keep him out for the season.

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It's #NationalBurgerDay! Any #Giants fans firing up the grill Saturday for a #MetLifeBowl tailgate? ????

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Can Landon Collins make a big impact?

The rookie is likely to be one of the starting safeties in the Giants' secondary this season. Will Collins’ size and speed help him produce down in the box and deep in coverage? Biggest offseason moves (Insider)

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2dKieran Darcy

Giants offensive line healthier than was feared

The New York Giants looked to be banged up on the offensive line during the week, but RT Marshall Newhouse and C Weston Richburg say they're OK.

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