|May 25 2017 - Odell Beckham Jr.|
WR Odell Beckham Jr. did not attend organized team activities on Thursday for the third time this week. Beckham, 24, also missed OTAs on Monday and Tuesday. The workouts are voluntary so he can't be disciplined. Beckham attended parts of the Giants' offseason workouts earlier this year but has spent ample time away from the team working out in Southern California with a group of players that include QB Johnny Manziel and RB Reggie Bush. Beckham reportedly worked out with Manziel and others on Tuesday.
|May 6 2017 - Brandon Marshall|
WR Brandon Marshall plans to play out his two-year contract with the New York Giants before calling it a career. The six-time Pro Bowler revealed his plans at Saturday's Health & Fitness Expo at MetLife Stadium. Marshall, who signed a two-year, $12 million deal with the Giants after being released from the Jets, has eight 1,000-yard seasons since being drafted in 2006. Marshall has career totals of 941 receptions, 12,061 receiving yards and 82 touchdown catches in his 11 seasons.
|Apr 20 2017 - Eli Manning|
QB Eli Manning denied accusations Thursday that he knowingly provided fake game-used memorabilia to collectors. The two-time Super Bowl-winning quarterback turned over a potentially incriminating email earlier this month in connection with a lawsuit that claims Manning, the Giants and a team equipment manager knowingly provided memorabilia that was not worn in games. Manning claims that the emails were "taken out of context" and that he's "more angry than anything" that his character is being called into question. The 36-year-old then said that because of pending litigation that he would not be able to answer questions or get into specific details about the lawsuit.
|Mar 21 2017 - Keenan Robinson|
LB Keenan Robinson re-signed with the Giants. He is the second linebacker brought back by the team in as many days, as Mark Herzlich signed a new contract on Monday. Robinson, who signed with the Giants last year as a free agent from the Washington Redskins, played in all 17 games with seven starts, including one in the NFC Wild-Card game.
In his first season with the Giants and fifth in the NFL, Robinson finished fourth on the team with 79 tackles (52 solo), and had seven passes defensed. He also had four special teams tackles (two solo). Robinson had six tackles (four solo) and knocked down a pass in the Giants' postseason game in Green Bay.
|Mar 21 2017 - Shaun Draughn|
RB Shaun Draughn agreed to a contract with the New York Giants, according to multiple reports. Draughn, 29, rushed for 196 yards and four touchdowns in 16 games (one start) with the 49ers last season. The terms of Draughn's contract were not immediately reported. The former North Carolina standout is also a pass-catching threat, snagging a career-high 29 balls for 263 yards and two scores.
|Mar 20 2017 - Valentino Blake|
CB Valentino Blake was signed by New York. Blake recorded 38 tackles and five passes defensed in 16 games with the Tennessee Titans last season. He also made four special teams tackles. Blake has recorded 148 tackles, three interceptions and a sack in 78 career games with the Jacksonville Jaguars, Pittsburgh Steelers and Titans.
|Mar 20 2017 - Geno Smith|
QB Geno Smith was signed by the Giants. The former New York Jets QB visited with the Giants last weekend and the team agreed to terms on a contract Friday, pending him passing a physical. The deal reportedly is for one year and $2 million. Smith started one game for the Jets last season but suffered a torn ACL against the Baltimore Ravens in Week 7 on Oct. 23.
|Mar 17 2017 - Jason Pierre-Paul|
DE Jason Pierre-Paul signed a four-year contract with the Giants worth a reported $62 million with $40 million guaranteed.
The Giants used the non-exclusive franchise tag on Pierre-Paul last month for a one-year contract worth $16,934,000. The new deal for the 28-year-old pass rusher also includes a $20 million signing bonus.
|Mar 12 2017 - D.J. Fluker|
OL D.J. Fluker and the Giants agreed on a one-year deal, according to multiple reports. Fluker, who turns 26 on Monday, agreed to the contract worth $3 million on Saturday night, the New York Daily News confirmed. The Chargers released the former first-round pick last week ahead of free agency to clear salary cap space. The 6-foot-5, 339-pounder Fluker started all 59 games he played over four seasons with the Chargers, including 16 last year.
|Mar 8 2017 - Brandon Marshall|
WR Brandon Marshall agreed to a two-year, $12 million deal with the New York Giants.
Releasing Marshall, who turns 33 this month, saved the Jets $7.5 million against the salary cap.
|Mar 7 2017 - D.J. Fluker|
OL D.J. Fluker was released by the Chargers on Tuesday after four seasons with the team. The 25-year-old and former first-round pick (11th overall) in 2013 started all 59 games he played with the Chargers. "Few players have shown the amount of passion and dedication that D.J. has shown for us the last four years," Chargers general manager Tom Telesco said in a statement. "D.J. was the ultimate teammate who gave every ounce of effort he had to help our team. I will have great memories of D.J.'s time with the Chargers and wish him the best of luck with his career."
|Mar 3 2017 - Brandon Marshall|
WR Brandon Marshall was officially released on Friday, saving the Jets $7.5 million against the salary cap.
The production of the six-time Pro Bowler dropped sharply last season when he had just 59 receptions for 788 yards and three touchdowns. One year earlier, Marshall set Jets single-season marks of 109 receptions and 1,434 yards and matched the club record of 14 touchdown receptions.
|Feb 27 2017 - Jason Pierre-Paul|
DE Jason Pierre-Paul had the non-exclusive franchise tag placed on him by the Giants. The move, first reported by Pro Football Talk, will guarantee Pierre-Paul a one-year salary that is projected to be just under $17 million if the two sides fail to reach a long-term deal. Doug Hendrickson, Pierre-Paul's agent, told the New York Post on Monday that the sides are "nowhere" near reaching a deal, prompting the Giants to slap the tag on the pass-rushing end before Wednesday's 4 p.m. deadline.
|Jan 29 2017 - Odell Beckham Jr.|
WR Odell Beckham Jr. starred with six catches for 93 yards, both game-high totals Sunday in the Pro Bowl. He turned a short throw from Washington's Kirk Cousins into a 42-yard gain early in the fourth quarter that set up a field goal.
|Jan 9 2017 - Ereck Flowers|
LT Ereck Flowers, who has struggled to live up to his No, 9 overall draft pedigree, needs to start doing precisely that, general manager Jerry Reese said. "He's still a young player but it's time for him to show us the fruits of being a first-round draft pick and I think he'll do that," Reese said. Reese, who last offseason insisted Flowers was the team's left tackle, backed off that sentiment. "Is he the left tackle? Should he be in a (different) position? We'll evaluate all that," Reese said. "I still think he has a chance to be a very good player."
|Jan 9 2017 - Robbie Gould|
K Robbie Gould, who will be an unrestricted free agent, said he'd like to return to the Giants if they'll have him back. Gould praised the Giants' culture and noted that the team has laid down a solid foundation which he believes they can grow in 2017.
|Jan 9 2017 - Jason Pierre-Paul|
DE Jason Pierre-Paul, who is a pending unrestricted free agent, feels he has proven himself to be a solid player despite his permanently damaged hand. Pierre-Paul also said that he doesn't want to sign another one-year contract and remained open to a return to the Giants, but added that his decision wouldn't necessarily be based on loyalty.
|Jan 8 2017 - Odell Beckham Jr.|
WR Odell Beckham Jr., less than a week after his controversial trip to Miami following a win at Washington in the regular-season finale, caught four passes for 28 yards while being targeted 11 times Sunday in a playoff loss at Green Bay. Afterward, he reportedly punched a hole in a wall and pounded his head against a door.
"Odell is an emotional guy. He was disappointed," Giants QB Eli Manning said of Beckham. "I saw him with his head down and disappointed. There are a lot of guys that will shed a tear or two. When you lose a playoff game -- and for a lot of guys it's their first time in the playoffs -- to kind of have the season abruptly end like that is shock. Everyone handles it differently."
|Jan 8 2017 - Eli Manning|
QB Eli Manning completed 23 of 44 passes for 299 yards and a touchdown with one interception Sunday in a playoff loss at Green Bay.
|Jan 8 2017 - Tavarres King|
WR Tavarres King, who had two receptions during the regular season, caught a 41-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter Sunday at Green Bay.
|Jan 8 2017 - Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie|
CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, who had six interceptions this season, sustained a bruised thigh in the first quarter Sunday and missed most of the first half before returning.
|Jan 8 2017 - Jerell Adams|
TE Jerell Adams, who has been the team's No. 2 tight end for the second half of the season, was a surprise inactive. Adams missed the regular-season finale last Sunday with a shoulder injury. He was not listed on Friday's injury report.
|Jan 8 2017 - Owamagbe Odighizuwa|
DE Owa Odighizuwa was inactive as expected after being listed as doubtful with a hamstring injury.
|Jan 5 2017 - Owamagbe Odighizuwa|
DE Owa Odighizuwa (hamstring) has been limited this week in practice. His status for Sunday's game is uncertain. Odighizuwa has been on and off the injury list in his first two seasons as a Giant.
|Jan 5 2017 - Dwayne Harris|
WR Dwayne Harris (knee) has been limited in practice this week, but is expected to play Sunday. "If you think about being hurt, then you'll play hurt," Harris said regarding his iron-will desire to play through his assorted injuries this year.
|Jan 5 2017 - Damon Harrison|
DT Damon Harrison, on his lack of playoff experience: "I go to the playoffs every year in Madden, so I do have experience in the playoffs."
|Jan 5 2017 - Janoris Jenkins|
CB Janoris Jenkins (back) has been limited this week, but is expected to go the distance in Sunday's Wild-Card game in Green Bay.
|Jan 4 2017 - Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie|
CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie was named the NFC Defensive Player of the Week for his performance in Week 17 against Washington. Rodgers-Cromartie started at left cornerback and intercepted two Kirk Cousins passes and picked up the second sack of his nine-year career. He is the third different Giants player to win the award, joining Jason Pierre-Paul and Landon Collins, who was honored twice. The Giants have also had two players win a total of three Special Teams Player of the Week awards (Brad Wing twice, and Janoris Jenkins), and Odell Beckham, Jr. was cited on offense.
|Jan 4 2017 - Owamagbe Odighizuwa|
DE Owa Odighizuwa (hamstring) is a new addition to the team's injury report this week. Odighizuwa was limited in Wednesday's practice, an indication that his hamstring strain might not be bad enough to keep him out of Sunday's game.
|Jan 4 2017 - Bobby Hart|
RT Bobby Hart (forearm) took his full workload in Wednesday's practice. Hart was a surprise scratch from the lineup last week after landing on the injury report the day before the final regular-season; however, he's expected to be ready for Sunday's game. If he does have a setback, Marshall Newhouse would get the start.
|Jan 4 2017 - Jerell Adams|
TE Jerell Adams (shoulder) was limited in Wednesday's practice. Adams was inactive in the regular-season finale last week after being a late addition to the injury report, so his status for this weekend is unclear.
|Jan 4 2017 - Nat Berhe|
S Nat Berhe (concussion) remains limited in practice. Berhe has missed the last five games while recovering from his second concussion of the 2016 season. Earlier, Berhe had missed four games, also due to the concussion.
|Jan 4 2017 - Dwayne Harris|
WR Dwayne Harris (knee) was limited in practice Wednesday, but is expected to play Sunday. Harris has been the very definition of "iron man" given his ability to bounce back and be ready to play from assorted injuries this season.
|Jan 4 2017 - Coty Sensabaugh|
DB Coty Sensabaugh (ankle) was limited in Wednesday's practice. Sensabaugh was inactive in the regular-season finale last week, his status for the wild card still uncertain
|Jan 4 2017 - Janoris Jenkins|
CB Janoris Jenkins (back) was limited in Wednesday's practice. Jenkins was still sore according to head coach Ben McAdoo, who played Jenkins for about a half in the regular-season finale. Jenkins is expected to be ready to go Sunday in Green Bay.
|Jan 4 2017 - Jason Pierre-Paul|
DE Jason Pierre-Paul (core muscle) is not expected to practice this week or play Sunday. It's unclear when Pierre-Paul might return, but he did make an appearance, in his jersey and sweats, at Wednesday's practice.
|Jan 4 2017 - Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie|
CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie earned NFC Defensive Player of the Week honors on Wednesday. He registered three tackles, two interceptions and a sack in helping the defense shut down the Washington Redskins 19-10.
|Jan 3 2017 - Emmett Cleary|
T Emmett Cleary made his first career start for Tyron Smith (knee) at left tackle. Smith should be back for the playoffs.
|Jan 2 2017 - Brandon Marshall|
WR Brandon Marshall missed his first game as a member of the Jets on Sunday, when he was inactive for the season-ending 30-10 win over the Buffalo Bills. Marshall was listed as questionable due to hip and shoulder injuries and was expected to suit up Sunday, but he appeared to be in pain during warmups and was declared inactive shortly thereafter. He finished the season with 59 catches for 788 yards and three touchdowns.
|Jan 2 2017 - Janoris Jenkins|
CB Janoris Jenkins (back) is sore after returning to action Sunday following a bruised back suffered in the Week 15 game. Jenkins missed the Giants' Week 16 game against the Eagles and was limited as far as his snap counts against Washington. Head coach Ben McAdoo said Jenkins will be limited in practice this week.
|Jan 2 2017 - Jason Pierre-Paul|
DE Jason Pierre-Paul reportedly doesn't have a timetable in place for his return following sports hernia surgery. There had been earlier reports that the defensive end, who missed the final four games of the season, might be back for a division round game if the Giants advance that far, but head coach Ben McAdoo said there is no timetable as far as he knows. "When JPD is ready, (the medical staff) will let me know," he said.
|Jan 2 2017 - Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie|
CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie picked off two passes Sunday.
|Jan 2 2017 - Odell Beckham Jr.|
WR Odell Beckham Jr. had five catches for 44 yards Sunday before leaving in the third quarter. He topped 100 receptions (101) in a season for the first time in his career.
|Jan 2 2017 - Paul Perkins|
RB Paul Perkins started in the backfield and rushed for a career-high 102 of New York's 161 yards.
|Jan 2 2017 - Eli Manning|
QB Eli Manning completed 17 of 27 passes for 180 yards Sunday.
|Jan 1 2017 - Brandon Marshall|
WRr Brandon Marshall, slowed by hip and shoulder injuries, was declared inactive for Sunday's season finale against the Buffalo Bills.
Marshall, 32, was listed as questionable on Friday's injury report and practiced on a limited basis.Marshall appeared to be in some discomfort as he walked in into the locker room two hours before kickoff, according to ESPN.com.
Marshall is signed for 2017 at $7.5 million but there has been speculation about his future as he could be a cap casualty.
|Dec 29 2016 - Jerell Adams|
TE Jerell Adams was added to the injury report with a shoulder issue. Adams was limited in Thursday's practice.
|Dec 29 2016 - Janoris Jenkins|
CB Janoris Jenkins (back) remains limited in practice, but said Thursday that he's no longer really in any pain. Jenkins said he's preparing as though he's going to play, but there is a chance that the team might hold him back one more week to make sure he's fresh and ready for the postseason.
|Dec 28 2016 - Jacob Huesman|
RB Jacob Huesman has been signed to the Giants practice squad. Huesman, who played quarterback at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, had worked out earlier for the team at safety.
|Dec 28 2016 - Keith Wenning|
QB Keith Wenning has been signed to the Giants practice squad. Wenning gives the Giants a third arm with which to work after the team placed Ryan Nassib on injured reserve last week. Wenning, 6-3, 225 pounds out of Ball state, was drafted in the sixth round by the Ravens in 2014. He spent some time on the Bengals roster late last year, but didn't appear in any games.