New York Giants coach Tom Coughlin reportedly isn’t revamping his coaching staff. Big Blue’s lead man plans to bring back defensive coordinator Perry Fewell and special teams coordinator Tom Quinn for 2015.
Giants president and CEO John Mara said Tuesday that Odell Beckham has him as excited for a rookie as he’s been since Lawrence Taylor in 1981. How does OBJ stack up against LT?
John Mara clearly does not enjoy losing. The co-owner and president of the Giants told reporters Tuesday he wanted to get rid of everyone after New York fell to Jacksonville in December.
Eli Manning might as well just forget about getting comfortable. The Super Bowl-winning quarterback’s latest position coach is heading out the door for a reunion with new Nebraska coach Mike Riley.
Only one New York head coach will not be around next season. Tom Coughlin will return as Giants head coach in 2015, Ian Rapoport reported Monday. Did Big Blue make the right move?
Rookie receiver Odell Beckham Jr. became a household name nearly overnight. The receiver said his popularity was "insane," but hopes to learn from a couple Hall of Fame wideouts during his time at the Pro Bowl.
A familiar face will lead the Giants’ defense. Steve Spagnuolo, New York’s former defensive coordinator, will return to the same role, the team announced Thursday.
New York Giants owner John Mara — who is on the NFL’s competition committee — said he’s been an opponent of using replay on pass interference calls in the past, but is starting to think differently.
Giants general manager Jerry Reese had Sammy Watkins ranked ahead of Odell Beckham on the draft board. But the team is happy that Beckham, who broke many receiving rookie records, is on their side.
The Giants shook up the coaching staff on Wednesday after Perry Fewell was let go as defensive coordinator. New York had a disappointing 6-10 season with a defense ranked 29th in yards allowed per game.