Is the Peppers To New England Deal Dead?

When the Patriots were first put squarely on the map in the Julius Peppers sweepstakes, many thought it could be the perfect match. Weeks later, the possibility is fading. New England could still land a solid pass rusher, but things have to be worked out first.
April 6, 2009

Morgan shines in spring: A second-day steal?

Josh Morgan is looking more and more like much more than just a throwaway late-round draft pick. The 49ers' sixth-round selection was one of several wide receivers to be taken on the draft's second day in April who made an impression during the NFL's recently completed offseason programs. Here's a look at Morgan and the other top second-day receivers who shined this spring.
June 29, 2008

Breaking Down the Roster

Sure the Giants, with an 8-8 record and another playoff loss, clearly did more than enough to warrant an extension for coach Tom Coughlin. Yeah, sure they did. However, everyone knows that Coughlin's roster, which was often decimated by injuries, was one of the main reasons that Big Blue struggled mightily this season.
January 12, 2007

He's number one!

Partly because we figured you'd enjoy it and partly because we have way too much time on our hands, TGI decided to rank the Giants' final 53 in descending order. Please feel free to write in to Mail Call and share your thoughts.
September 12, 2006

Straight Talk with Jim Sabo

What are your views on the situation at defensive tackle?
August 20, 2006

What's Albany's biggest surprise so far?

Paul Schwartz: My assignment is to come up with what I've been most surprised about in the early stages of training camp. Easy. I'm surprised that Kenny actually made it out to a morning practice after a night of, shall we say, intense film study of the Giants punt coverage.
August 3, 2006