Glauber's NFL Hot Reads
Newsday's Bob Glauber goes the extra yard for the inside scoop on the NFL.
Alterraun Verner said his free agency isn’t all about the money. At least not directly.
The highly-coveted Tennessee Titans cornerback who hits the open market on Tuesday was on SiriusXM’S Mad Dog Sports Radio on Monday saying that he wants a big contract not for the cash, but for the clout.
"Money is (a priority) but it isn't,” he said. “I look at it differently. Some look at it tangibly....Read more »
Plaxico Burress wants to make another comeback.
The wide receiver and free agent-to-be will turn 37 by the time the 2014 season begins, but he told the Steelers’ website that he thinks he can still play at an NFL level despite missing the entire 2013 season with a torn rotator cuff.
“I am going to treat it as I am coming back to play,” Burress said. “I am going to keep that mindset until...Read more »
We’ve known for months that Bruno Mars will be performing during the halftime show at the Super Bowl on Sunday, but NFL vice president of communications Brian McCarthy announced Thursday during the halftime press conference that two other big names will be involved in the game day festivities.
Legendary Jets and Giants quarterbacks Joe Namath and Phil Simms will do the ceremonial coin toss...Read more »
It turns out that Bobby Wagner has a family tradition to uphold.
The Seahawks middle linebacker is a cousin of Giants defensive end Justin Tuck and is looking to add to the family's collection of Super Bowl rings.
“I asked him for advice and he told me to enjoy the moment,” Wagner said of his two-time Super Bowl-winning relative. “Everybody thinks that they’re going to come back every...Read more »
Kevin Gilbride was often a lightning rod for criticism during his run as the Giants' offensive coordinator. But as much as Giants fans second-guessed his play-calling, they ought to be grateful for Gilbride's work.
He was a major contributor to Eli Manning's development, and Gilbride can take plenty of credit for the Giants' success during their two Super Bowl championship seasons. After taking...Read more »
Jets head coach Rex Ryan’s future remains in limbo, but he’s not alone when it comes to NFL job insecurity. In fact, nearly a third of the NFL's coaches are on the hot seat entering the final two weeks of the season.
Here’s a look:
Rex Ryan, Jets: First-year general manager John Idzik is keeping his thoughts to himself, but recent history hasn't been kind to incumbent coaches working...Read more »
Jason Pierre-Paul doesn't expect fans to sympathize with the physical challenges he has faced since returning from off-season back surgery. As long as he's in the lineup, the Giants' fourth-year defensive end knows they expect him to be at full strength -- even though he still isn't as the Giants play their ninth game this season.
"They don't understand. It is what it is," Pierre-Paul...Read more »
Halfway through an NFL season filled with the usual dose of surprises, disappointments, and assorted other highs and lows, we offer up our mid-season award winners:
MVP: Peyton Manning, QB, Broncos. Amazingly, at age 37 and not far removed from FOUR neck surgeries, Manning is on pace to shatter single-season records for touchdown passes and passing yardage.
Offensive player: Manning....Read more »
It was a good day on Sunday for the New York players who actually put the "foot" in football.
Giants kicker Josh Brown was 5-for-5 in field goal attempts, supplying all of the Giants' 15 points during their win over the Eagles. It was the first time in Giants history the team has scored at least 15 points with all of the points a result of field goals. It was just the fourth time...Read more »
The Giants are tied with Jacksonville for the worst record in football, but they are among the leaders in another race -- the one for the first overall draft pick in 2014.
Thanks to their 0-6 start, the Giants may have a top-10 pick in May's NFL draft for the first time since 2004, and could even be the first team on the clock at Radio City Music Hall. Luckily for them, there's no shortage...Read more »