INDIANAPOLIS – We’re here at the NFL Scouting Combine to talk about the future players, but inevitably when coaches come to the podium questions turn to the players already on the roster. Particularly the ones who are coming off of injuries or heading into free agency. So here’s a roundup of the current Giants that Tom Coughlin spoke about on Friday:
“We’re very confident...Read more »
INDIANAPOLIS -- New Giants offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo remains a man of mystery. He has yet to meet with the media since being named to his new position, so there are naturally lots of questions about what his schemes and play-calling will be like.
Since we can’t ask McAdoo, we’ll ask his boss.
“He, interestingly enough, does not describe himself as West Coast,” Tom Coughlin said,...Read more »
INDIANAPOLIS -- Tom Coughlin and John Mara have agreed on a contract extension, but they do not agree on how to describe the disappointing 2013 season.
In the days after the season ended with a 7-9 record, Mara, the team’s co-owner, described the offense as “broken.” Since then, the Giants have revamped their offensive coaching staff. Coordinator Kevin Gilbride retired and long-time assistants...Read more »
INDIANAPOLIS -- Packers head coach Mike McCarthy heaped praise on new Giants offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo, but said that his system will likely be more of a reflection of Tom Coughlin than anything he picked up as a Packers assistant.
“I don’t know if anybody could be as prepared as Ben is for this,” McCarthy said at the NFL Scouting Combine on Friday. “He’s ready. I have great confidence...Read more »
Once a Giants captain, Antonio Pierce’s new title will be “coach.”
According to multiple reports from California, the Super Bowl-winning linebacker will be named head coach of high school powerhouse Long Beach Poly at a press conference on Thursday afternoon. Pierce is from Compton and runs popular youth clinics in the Southern California area, but this is his first actual job as a coach.
Pierce,...Read more »
It was a blow out Seahawks win, but that doesn't mean there weren't some interesting records set during Super Bowl XLVIII:
SUPER BOWL RECORDS SET IN SUPER BOWL XLVIII
Quickest Score From Start of Game – 12 seconds, Seattle
Most Playing Time In The Lead, Game, Team – 59 minutes, 48 seconds, Seattle
Most Completions, Game – 34, Peyton Manning
Most Receptions, Game – 13,...Read more »