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Former NFL star Plaxico Burress has five years to repay New Jersey $56,000 in back taxes and restitution or face going to jail, a judge said Friday.
Victor Cruz: I'll be ready for 2016 season
Cruz (torn patellar tendon, torn calf muscle) hasn't played in an NFL game since October 2014, but expects to be ready for the start of the upcoming season: "The goal is definitely to play this year, and I believe I can be ready for the start of the season." Cruz added he's at about "85 percent."
Where did Giants land in SB team ranks?
The Giants' O-line allowed a league-leading 222 total pressures in 2011 and added an whopping 76 more in the postseason. And the team that took down the Patriots in 2007 was not spectacular -- but just got hot at the right time. Ranking recent Super Bowl teams (Insider)
Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer
New York Giants receiver Victor Cruz was stopped by Hall of Famer Jackie Slater, who told him: "Get back to that salsa dancing."
Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer
Will two quarterbacks from modern era finalists make the Pro Football Hall of Fame class of 2016? If so it's Kurt Warner who'd join Brett Favre. He's also on Radio Row in San Francisco.
The Giants need a free safety who can play in coverage and complement Landon Collins well. Here's a look at a few of their free-agent options.
Giants' grade holds steady
It's tough to find significant moves from last offseason that worked out better than anticipated for New York, Mike Sando writes. But there are also no horrendous flaws, meaning the Giants' grade hasn't changed. 2015 offseason re-grade (Insider)
Welcome to the Rankins bandwagon
Todd McShay has been on Sheldon Rankins' bandwagon for quite some time. After a great week of Senior Bowl practices, the DT has shot up draft boards. He could form a devastating combo with Johnathan Hankins on the Giants' D-line. Mock Draft 2.0 (Insider)
Giants are 40-1 to win Super Bowl LI
Big Blue isn't normally in this territory, with just 10 teams facing longer odds to win next year's title. But after three straight losing seasons, this spot is warranted. Every team's odds
Defensive tackle makes sense for the Giants in the first round, and Louisville's Sheldon Rankins could be a good fit.
Justin Tuck the player is worth celebrating as we look back on his 11-year career. Tuck the person is even more fascinating.
Mike Sando ESPN Senior Writer
Josh Norman declines to answer questions about Odell Beckham. Why? "I don't want to talk about him." The two did not hit it off particularly well during the season.
Former Giants DE Justin Tuck says he plans to retire as a Giant and talks about his decision.
Defensive end Justin Tuck, who has 66.5 career sacks and two Super Bowl rings, announced his retirement after an 11-year career with the Giants and Raiders.
DE Justin Tuck announces retirement
The Raiders DE made the announcement on Facebook, saying in part: "I've had 11 great years and honestly I leave with very few regrets." Tuck won two Super Bowls with the Giants.
Giants' best trash-talker?
If you provoke Odell Beckham Jr., be prepared for an earful. According to Dan Graziano, the star receiver is the most animated and active trash-talker on the Giants, which has led to some trouble. NFL's best trash-talkers
Dan Graziano ESPN Staff Writer
Jay Bromley's attorney, Alex Spiro, says "We have reviewed the allegations against Mr. Bromley and believe no crime has been committed. Accordingly, we do not expect him to be charged."