Posts Tagged ‘New York Giants’

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Giants Legend Lawrence Taylor Arrested

May 6, 2010

Innocent til' proven otherwise...you're still my favorite Giant LT

Giant legend Lawrence Taylor was arrested this morning in upstate New York for an alleged rape WABC news is reporting. The details about the incident are currently a bit sketchy. The chief of police in Ramapo, where the incident supposedly took place has declined to confirm the report. Police did say that a news conference at 3PM today will shed light on the situation.

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The Jets and Giants are now on the clock….

April 19, 2010

 

The NFL Draft has gotten so big that it was moved to primetime this year and will commence for the first time ever on a Thursday.  The 2010 draft class has been pegged as the deepest ever, and both the Jets and Giants enter the free-for-all with areas of need.  The Jets will look to improve their defense, particularly the pass-rushing department as well as secondary depth and the Giants will look to build up the line-backing unit as well as depth for the secondary and offensive line.   

I have mapped out the top five players on each team’s radar, as well as three others to look out for.  Nevertheless, predicting who will do what has grown increasingly difficult as there are more trades and maneuvers than ever before.  Read the rest of this entry ?

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Safety nets

March 8, 2010

Giants signed Antrel Rolle; Cardinals swooped Rhodes from Jets

The New York football Giants matched the Jets acquisition of Antonio Cromartie with the signing of Antrel Rolle to recapture the football headlines this weekend in New York.  The deal with the former Arizona Cardinal safety was the first step in revamping what was one of the NFL’s worst defenses in 2009.   Read the rest of this entry ?

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Gilbert Arenas is a clown

January 11, 2010

“No guns in NBA arenas, events or facilities….”   I guess Arenas didn’t get the memo. 

On December 24, 2009, NBA star Gilbert Arenas brought unloaded firearms into the Wizards lockeroom at the Verizon Center.  Most people know the story already, so I won’t bore you with the rest of the details.  However, I will tell you that on January 6th, NBA commissioner David Stern finally showed some balls.  Criticized as a “players commish” and basically a bitch over his tenure in charge, Stern suspended Arenas indefinitely, without pay, and said Gilbert would face a lengthy suspension with the possibility of something “worse.” 

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In the words of Marv Albert: Yesssss!!!!!

December 14, 2009

Open at Work with Caution...

Morning!

Bits n’ Pieces

Cold day, Eagles beat Giants

Dumped, Accenture drops Tiger

Hoot Hoot, Temple upsets #3 Villanova

Monday Mya and more bits after the jump…

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Know your NYC Hoop History… The one and only Rucker Park

December 11, 2009

Ballin' at the Rucker

Harlem was an epicenter of professional sports in the 1900’s, and the Polo Grounds was ground zero. It was a stadium that hosted professional football games, college football games and was once the home of baseballs New York Giants before they moved to San Francisco. Many of New York’s professional teams can trace their roots to the former space that occupied 155th street.

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In the words of Marv Albert: Yesssss!!!!!

December 7, 2009

Open at Work with Caution...

Happy Monday!

Bits n’ Pieces

Balllliiiinnnn!!, Giants beat Boys in Texas

Bowl Time, Alabama and Texas to meet for BCS Championship

Brees it out, Hartley’s FG keeps New Orleans perfect

Love and hate, Vick runs and throws for TD’s against former team

Jersey’s finest and more bits after the jump…what are you waiting for???

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