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Giants coach: Odell Beckham Jr. 'has been awesome' to new staff

On Day 1 of the true NFL offseason, here’s the latest, beginning with a difference from Odell Beckham Jr.‘s 2017 situation in which the Giants’ star pass-catcher currently finds himself. Beckham hasn’t joined 2014 draft-class peers Khalil Mack, Aaron Donald and Taylor Lewan in holding out. He showed up for Giants minicamp and said he would be there for training camp. His standing in the organization may be on the rise, too. One new Giants coach told SI.com’s Albert Breer that...

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6.5 wins for the Giants in 2018? Geoff Schwartz says “Take the over”

The former NFL lineman thinks the Giants will surprise in 2018

In an increasingly common occurrence, the New York Giants are something of a mystery for the national media. Las Vegas has the Giants’ over/under pegged at 6.5 wins, and many analysts seem to feel that while the Giants might be on the rise, they’re only starting to rebuild after a disastrous turn under Ben McAdoo.

But on the side of the optimists is former NFL offensive lineman — and offensive guard for the Giants — Geoff...

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Ed Valentine

Can OT Jarron Jones make it with Giants this time?

Converted defensive tackle has second chance

Jarron Jones is an interesting case, having been converted from defensive to offensive tackle a year ago, then bouncing around the league.

Jones is back with the Giants, so let’s look at him as we continue our player-by-player profiles of the 90-man roster the Giants will bring to training cam.p

2017 season in review

The Giants signed the undrafted Jones as a defensive tackle, which was the position he played at Notre Dame. After a handful of...

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NFL.com — Giants’ Evan Engram best under-25 tight end in the league

Giants used second-year tight end in a variety of ways this spring

Prior to the 2017 NFL Draft many fans of the New York Giants were banging the table for the team to trade up and select Alabama tight end O.J. Howard. Others were drooling over the athletic gifts of Miami’s David Njoku.

The Giants selected neither. The final first-round pick of the Jerry Reese era as GM was Evan Engram of Ole Miss. He out-produced all other rookie tight ends in 2017, and Elliot Harrison of NFL.com says...

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Giants news, 6/18: Patrick Omameh, Kyle Lauletta, James Bettcher, more

Your Monday morning Giants headlines

Good morning, New York Giants fans! Just a few headlines to start you week.

On his fifth team in six years, Patrick Omameh wants to become a long-term fixture on the Giants’ O-line – The Athletic
The former undrafted free agent went from a practice squad player as a rookie to a two-year starter with the Jaguars. Now the offseason signing wants to become a fixture with the Giants.

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WATCH: Odell Beckham Jr. throws a football to infinity and beyond

Odell Beckham Jr. wowed the young kids attending his football camp on Sunday when he uncorked an Aaron Rodgers-esque bomb that showed off his tremendous arm strength.The New York Giants superstar was hosting the second day of this camp when Josina Anderson of ESPN captured this incredible video. It’s impossible to know exactly how far this pass went, since it went over a huge group of children and came down on the other side. But just after watching this throw a few times, it sure looks...

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Does John Jerry have a place on 2018 Giants?

Maybe not

Why is John Jerry still a member of the New York Giants? Considering that Jerry, a 16-game starter last season and a player who has started 56 games for the Giants over the past four years, appears to be the odd man out in the re-shuffled offensive line it is a good question.

Let’s examine it, and take a closer look at Jerry as we continue our player-by-player profiles of the Giants’ 90-man roster.

2017 season in review

While the players around him kept floating in and out of...

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Ed Valentine

Happy Father’s Day open thread

Yours truly is having a good weekend — hope you are, too

This was going to be a full-fledged ‘Valentine’s Views’ for your Sunday reading enjoyment. There was going to be discussion of Odell Beckham Jr., thoughts about Pat Shurmur, on the successful spring enjoyed by the New York Giants, and much more.

Then, something unexpected — and for me, wonderful — happened. My wife and I are spending the weekend at our summer camp in the Adirondacks. Unexpectedly, at least to me, my son,...

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Odell Beckham Jr. Says He Won't Hold Out for Contract, Will Be at Training Camp

Odell Beckham Jr. will not be holding out. Asked Saturday if he would refuse to report to training camp while he seeks a new contract, the New York Giants wide receiver provided a direct response...

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Giants keeping Beckham will have big impact on budget

While Odell Beckham Jr. and the Giants reportedly aren’t close on an extension, it still seems like a deal will get done at some point. The team has repeatedly made it clear they don’t plan on letting their franchise player hit the open market. But whenever they do lock up Beckham, it could have a ripple effect on the team’s finances and roster, opines Ryan Dunleavy of NJ.com.Dunleavy notes that if Beckham gets the $17MM+ per year he’s looking for, it would put the Giants in rare...

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Report: Giants, Odell Beckham Jr. not close to new contract

Odell Beckham Jr. won’t be holding out and will attend training camp with the New York Giants, but that reportedly doesn’t mean a new deal is close.According to Ralph Vacchiano of SNY, though Beckham publicly stated there would be no training camp holdout on his part, the two sides are not close on a long-term deal and there has been little movement in recent weeks.A source also cautioned that, while Beckham currently has no plans to hold out, he could very easily change his mind if the...

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Odell Beckham says “no holdout” from Giants training camp

Wide receiver plans to attend when camp begins

New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. told media on Saturday that he will not hold out from training camp in an effort to pressure the organization into giving him a new contract.

Via Pro Football Talk:

Beckham hosted a football camp today and spoke very briefly to reporters, who asked him whether they’ll see him at training camp.

“Yes, you will,” Beckham answered.

So Beckham will not hold out?

“No holdout,” he said.

At the...

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Odell Beckham plans to be at Giants training camp: 'No holdout'

Giants star Odell Beckham briefly broke his silence on his contract and future with Giants at a camp he hosted in New Jersey. METUCHEN -- Odell Beckham seemed to genuinely enjoy hosting a football camp, but will we see him at the next one held by the Giants? "Yes, you will," Beckham said Saturday morning as he hopped on a golf cart at the end of his 3 1/2-hour camp and turned his head to answer a question from Ralph Vacchiano of SNY. So no contract holdout to...

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Odell Beckham Jr. says he will not be a training camp holdout

The New York Giants received some good news on Saturday as it relates to star wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.As OBJ was hosting a bunch of kids for a football camp, the media caught up with the Pro Bowl pass catcher. In doing so, questions about a potential training camp holdout over a contract stalemate came up.Beckham ended those rumors on the spot, noting that he will in fact be in attendance for Giants training camp later this summer. By now it’s well known that OBJ wants to be the...

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Giants' OBJ says he'll attend training camp

Giants' receiver Odell Beckham, who enters the fifth-year option of his rookie deal in advance of unrestricted free agency next offseason, says he'll attend training camp next month.

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Giants' Odell Beckham 'wows' with crazy catches while coaching at youth camp | Highlights

Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. spent Saturday coaching at his annual youth football camp at St. Joseph's High School, and made several of the patented one-handed catches that fans have become accustomed to on Sundays at MetLife Stadium.

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Odell Beckham Jr. says he won’t hold out

There’s no need to worry, Giants fans. While we previously heard reports that Odell Beckham Jr. would likely attend Giants training camp, the receiver has confirmed the news himself. The 25-year-old told Ralph Vacchiano that he’ll indeed be at Giants camp and won’t be holding out (Twitter link). Beckham, who suffered a season-ending ankle injury last year, had received clearance to participate in Giants work outs earlier this week. However, the wideout decided to skip team drills,...

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New York Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr. handled minicamp perfectly

In a week that saw other stars skip out entirely, a recovering Odell Beckham Jr. handled his case flawlessly at New York Giants minicamp. You’d think, the occasional practice brawl aside, that mandatory minicamp would go by without a controversy for the New York Giants. Presumably, even Odell Beckham Jr. would escape the week without scrutiny, especially considering the receiver took the field for the first time since his devastating ankle injury from October. However, New York is a place...

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ESPN sets up either or proposition with New York Giants Beckham

Perhaps, it does come down to an either or proposition for the New York Giants and Odell Beckham, Jr. this season. The team needs to pay him or trade him. Everyone knows that Beckham’s rookie contract does concludes after the 2018 NFL season. Extending OBJ becomes an area where, quite frankly, you can see the […] ESPN sets up either or proposition with New York Giants Beckham - GMEN HQ - GMEN HQ - A NY Giants Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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New York Giants: The Rebirth of Eli Manning

  By Michael Stewart Introduction:  Could we see the rebirth of Eli Manning in 2018? Last season, Manning threw for 3,468 yards with only 19 touchdowns and 13 interceptions. Let’s not forget that Manning led all quarterbacks in 2017 with the most dropped passes. Also throw into the mix that Manning had arguably the worse offensive line to work with in the NFL and a running game that was non-existing. Fast forward to 2018 and with new additions on offense that features offensive linemen...

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