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TERRELL THOMAS HAS NO DOUBT HE'LL BE READY FOR TRAINING CAMP
"Terrell Thomas was held out of the Giants' organized team activities and their
mandatory minicamp this week, but when they open training camp on July 27 there
isn't a doubt in his mind about whether he'll be participating.
"I'll be out there," he said. "No limitations."
That is, of course, unless the Giants want to play it safe with the
cornerback, who is coming off a torn ACL.
"They pay me," Thomas said chuckling. "I got no choice."
Thomas said he plans on going to California in the coming weeks and training
with fellow USC Trojans and others, including Carson Palmer, Matt Cassel, Matt
Leinart, and T.J. Houshmandzadeh, whom he works out with out with every year.
Thomas said he expects to enter the season as the starting cornerback
opposite Corey Webster and it's a matter of registering as many reps as possible
between now and the start of the season; he says he's already overcome the
"The biggest thing is I trust my knee to throw in the dirt," Thomas said.
"I'm not hesitant at all. It's more just I need more reps out there, just
running around and putting my body in different situations that you can't really
do on the side."
With Aaron Ross in Jacksonville, the Giants are hopeful Thomas can return to
his usual form, which resulted in five interceptions in 2009 and 2010.
"He's in our plans," defensive coordinator Perry Fewell said. "We have a
back-up plan also in case he's not ready, but he's heavily I our plans and again
we'll have to wait until Albany to see which plan we go with, but like anything
that we try to do we have a Plan A and a Plan B and he is in Plan A."
* * *
Marvin Austin hasn't played a game in two seasons; he was kicked off the
football team at North Carolina before his senior season and tore his pectoral
in preseason last August. Yet, Fewell still has high hopes for the defensive
"He excited me last year in training camp and the preseason games," Fewell said.
"He's different than the other defensive tackles we have because he has
legitimate speed, quickness and get off and so I'm going to have to learn how to
use Marvin a little differently than how I use Linval Joseph and Shaun Rogers
and Rocky Bernard because I think that he can really cause some offensive line
some problems with the some of the things he can do."
Asked if he looked like he put on some weight and needs to improve his
conditioning, Fewell said he isn't worried.
"It'll be up to Marvin now to come back in peak condition so these next five
weeks that he has off, I would assume that he will really crank it up and get
into better condition," he said. "Right after practice today he was on the
elliptical, he was working. I know we've talked about him being the best
possible condition he can possibly be in order to get peak performance and we
Fewell added, "You know what? He doesn’t look big besides
[generously-listed-at-350-pounds] Shaun Rogers."
* * *
Dave Tollefson is now an Oakland Raider, which means Fewell is taking
applications for a position on the NASCAR package front. An obvious candidate
would be Mathias Kiwinuka, who lined up at defensive line on several occasions
this week at minicamp.
"Obviously, losing Dave was a blow for us, but we do have a plan and Kiwi
will rotate and play some defensive end," Fewell said. "More? I don't know, that
remains to be seen, but he's definitely going to be in that rotation."
Fewell also highlighted Adrian Tracy and Justin Trattou as possible
replacements."GIANTS' KEVIN GILBRIDE SAYS DAVID WILSON IS UNLIKE ANY PLAYER HE'S COACHED WITH THE TEAM
"Kevin Gilbride has coached his fair share of dynamic weapons in his five
seasons leading the Giants offense. He's had Tiki Barber, Ahmad Bradshaw and
Brandon Jacobs at running back; and Plaxico Burress, Hakeem Nicks and Victor
Cruz at wide receiver to name a few.
The list is long and accomplished, but Gilbride doesn't believe he's ever had
a piece to utilize quite like rookie running back David Wilson.
"I don't know if we've had a guy as explosive, regardless of the position,
here," said Gilbride of the Giants' first-round pick. "Tiki was a tremendous
all-around back, Brandon would give you something, Ahmad gives you toughness,
but this guy's got the explosion I'm not sure how many guys in the league have."
Gilbride, entering his sixth season as Giants offensive coordinator, added
that it's early and Wilson has plenty of learning to do before he can transfer
his skill set to when it matters most, but during the team's three-day minicamp
this week Wilson provided a dose of his potential by consistently darting to the
outside and turning the corner out of the backfield.
"There are guys in this league who have physical credentials and you say,
'Oh, why can't he play?' Because he can't learn." Gilbride said. "I don't think
David's that case. I think he's going to learn, but right now he's very
definitely in step one."
Gilbride contrasted Wilson to second-year running back Da'Rel Scott, whose
straightaway speed is perhaps tops on the team and is different than the
shiftiness Wilson brings.
"A waterbug kind of a guy, that's what he looks like to me," Gilbride said of
* * *
With or without Jake Ballard officially on the roster, Gilbride knew he
wasn't going to get on the field in 2012 and he'd need to find another starting
tight end for the second straight season.
With the timetable for Travis Beckum's return still in question, his top
options presently are Bear Pascoe and Martellus Bennett, but with Bennett
nursing a minor hamstring injury, the starting spot belongs to Pascoe.
It's very similar to the position Gilbride found himself in last year.
"Right now we got a long way to go with that," Gilbride said. "In fairness
when we lost Kevin Boss [last year], I kind of was thinking, 'Woah, where are we
going to go.'
"You're hoping Martellus, that's why he was brought here. You're hoping
Adrien Robinson down the road will be the guy, if not Bear's going to be the
guy. Somebody's got to do it."
Ballard's inability to play in 2012 didn't make his loss to the Patriots
easier for Gilbride.
"He'll be sorely missed," Gilbride said. "We knew we weren't going to have
him this year, but he was a guy that could've been a starter for a long time so
now somebody else has got to step up."
* * *
Over his first three seasons in the NFL, Hakeem Nicks has recorded statistics
that compare to the league's best to begin a career, becoming Eli Manning's
go-to target in the process. But even with his early success, Gilbride said the
foot injury that has Nicks out for about 12 weeks came at an inopportune time
during his career.
"The thing that's a tragedy here is that there were so many things that we
were looking forward to really developing with him and really taking advantage
of this time to really focus on developing his entire skill set.
"This was going to be a great chance for him to really, really – us to go
another step ahead for him. But there's nothing you can do, you can't do it.
He's hurt and he's not there."
Gilbride said he hopes Nicks will be ready for the season opener, if not
"I'm hoping. I got my legs crossed, my knees are hurting from praying," he
With Nicks out, Gilbride said he's been impressed with Rueben Randle's speed
and threw a name out there that most don't recognize: Brandon Collins.
Collins, a rookie out of out Southeastern Louisiana, made a few catches in
traffic during Tuesday's practice and Gilbride admitted he didn’t know much
about him going in.
"I've seen more quickness than anything," Gilbride said. "Good speed, great
quickness, but also picking up the offense pretty quickly."
* * *
The similarities between Victor Cruz and Julian Talley are almost too easy.
Both are wide receivers out of UMass, both are from New Jersey and both signed
with the Giants as undrafted free agents.
The two are even close friends, but Gilbride put the brakes on assuming the
two are the same on the field.
"Victor is just a thicker, more muscular, type of guy," Gildbride said.
"Victor's run-after-the-catch right from the first year kind of stood out. We
haven't had a chance to assess that [with Talley]. I'll get a better – I think –
feel for him maybe two or three weeks into training camp. Right now it's hard
for me to make a good judgment on him."##
GIANTS' CORNERBACK PRINCE AMUKAMARA IMPRESSING TOM COUGHLIN IN FIRST FULL OFFSEASON
"Prince Amukamara is like a glorified rookie at this point,
given how much time he missed with a broken foot after what was already an
abbreviated 2011 offseason.
“Prince is making progress, yeah, he is,” Giants coach Tom Coughlin
said of last year’s first-round pick. “They’re letting him do up to a point and
he’s out there competing. It’s a whole different year for him, really, since he
has had that experience and a lot of that is behind him. He’s doing a good job.
Hopefully, he’s going to continue.”
I mentioned in Tuesday’s
practice report and previously here Amukamara has to work on playing
aggressively and with an edge. Coughlin expects that part of the game to come in
“That will happen,” Coughlin said, “If he gets himself in position where he;s
comfortable and knows what he’s doing, we have seen that other aspect – the
physical part of the play. You saw it, too. As a collegiate player, that's what
he was. He was a physical player.”
* * * *
And now, the rundown of today’s practice, which included a bunch of
interceptions left on the field by Amukamara’s buddies in the defensive
backfield. But first, the injuries:
--Sitting out: TE Travis Beckum (knee), CB Corey
Webster (hamstring), WR Hakeem Nicks (foot), DT
Chris Canty (knee), LB Clint Sintim (knee), DT
Shaun Rogers (elbow) and DT Markus Kuhn (work
--CB Terrell Thomas (knee) sat out all of today’s session
after doing limited work for much of the spring. We’ll see if he’s back on
Thursday. Similarly, it appeared RB Ahmad Bradshaw (foot) was
held out today as well.
--DE Osi Umenyiora was back in action after sitting out on
Tuesday in order to pace himself and manage unspecified “soreness,” as Coughlin
termed it. Umenyiora ran with the second team but was also a part of the
first-string "NASCAR" (four defensive end) package.
--No team reps for S Kenny Phillips (knee) and LT
Will Beatty (back).
--LB/DE Adrian Tracy left practice briefly after appearing
to knock or jam his left elbow. (He missed all of the 2010 season with a right
elbow injury.) Tracy, who impressed LBs coach Jim Herrmann with
a nice pass-rush move early in practice, got the elbow wrapped and returned to
show good speed in chasing WR Jerrel Jernigan on a crossing
route. He appeared to be fine.
* * * *
To the action we go:
--Okay, so I mentioned the dropped interceptions. All of them were on passes
by QB Eli Manning. The guilty parties were: rookie CB
Jayron Hosley, S Stevie Brown and S
Antrel Rolle. Hosley jumped a route at the start of 7-on-7
passing drills but couldn’t bring it in. The entire defense groaned and safeties
coach David Merritt told Hosley, “You owe us one!” Brown’s
dropped pick came right after that. Rolle’s would’ve been a tough one but
probably should’ve been caught. He had slipped underneath a slant route from
Manning to WR Domenik Hixon in the end zone.
--CB Justin Tryon had seen enough of the drops. While his
fellow DBs were missing out on the easy interceptions, he grabbed a tough one by
getting position on WR Rueben Randle as the rookie tried to run
a hook route. Tryon won that little battle and held on to the ball from QB
David Carr for a nice interception.
--Just so you don’t panic about the camp Manning has had so far (eye roll),
I’ll let you know he had a terrific touch pass to TE Bear
Pascoe on a route up the right seam over LB Jacquian
Williams. Manning also got LB Michael Boley to jump
offside with the hard count to start the play.
--Speaking of Pascoe, he said this today: "My plan is right now to work hard
and make our team better and hopefully kind of take over that No. 1 spot." We'll
see if he can do it.
--WR Ramses Barden put on a show with a few sliding grabs
from Carr in the 2-minute drill to end practice. One catch required excellent
concentration because LB Keith Rivers was breaking underneath
him in an attempt to get a hand on the pass. The other one came with CB
Bruce Johnson on his back. The one negative for Barden today
came early in practice when he got past Tryon on a go route and had very good
separation, only to have to work back to an underthrown ball from Manning. He
went up to try getting the ball with a one-handed attempt that didn’t seem to
please the coaches.
--The defensive coaches, particularly Merritt, are really working hard to
coach up undrafted free agent S Jojo Nicolas, whom Merritt
praised when he was able to track TE Ryan Purvis out of a bunch
formation. Nicolas came down and fought through traffic to get to Purvis when he
recognized the out route. Later, Nicolas was slow to react while playing the
deep middle. He could’ve come crashing down to step in front of the receiver
running the out cut and make a play on the ball. “That should be a pick, Jojo!”
defensive coordinator Perry Fewell yelled. And finally, it was
Hixon yelling at Nicolas during team drills when he said, “Watch yourself! Pick
(me) up!” after he set up to lay out Nicolas on a crack-back block. Hixon and
Merritt then had a playful exchange of gestures seemingly about whether it
would’ve been a clipping penalty or a clean hit by Hixon. Whatever the case,
Nicolas’ head would’ve been ringing. But thanks to the no-contact rules of
practice, he stayed in there and did a good job of communicating with CB
Dante Hughes to cover Randle on a hook route, forcing QB
Ryan Perrilloux to throw wide and incomplete of Randle.
--You can tell former Rutgers CB Brandon Bing trusts his
speed. (And he does have plenty of it, by the way.) He wasn’t giving Randle much
of a cushion, nor was he backpedaling much, as Randle ran the “stem” of his
route toward him. Obviously, he felt he could turn and sprint to cover any deep
stuff. When Randle broke on an in cut, Bing was right on his hip, forcing the
quarterback to look elsewhere.
--One of the big issues with Perrilloux the coaches have been trying to fix
and that we’ve written about at length is his ability to see the whole field. On
Tuesday, he missed Randle running free through the secondary. Today, he had WR
David Douglas breaking past the DB on a go route but instead
chose to throw for Purvis in traffic on a post up the middle. The ball fell
incomplete. However, Perrilloux did lay one perfectly for WR Dan
DePalma on a sail route near the sideline. Hughes was underneath
DePalma, who ran a nice route, and clearly DePalma thought Hughes was going to
get a hand on it because the ball hit him right in the face mask. “That was a
great pass,” a shocked DePalma said as he jogged back to the huddle.
--Jernigan showed good hands on a quick out from Carr. He had to kind of
reach back and turn his body to make the catch. Jernigan had a few grabs late in
--Undrafted WR Brandon Collins ran a pair of stop-and-go
routes very well. One was up the middle of the field and didn’t result in a
completion because the ball from Perrilloux was behind him (tough to see if LB
Chase Blackburn got a hand on it, but he was at least close)
and the other was up the left sideline forcing CB Janzen
Jackson to grab him after he bit on the stutter step. Good shiftiness
by Collins on both of those routes. Plus, he added some more on a post-corner
route pas Hughes in red-zone drills to grab a touchdown when he barely got both
feet in. “Put your hands up!” Bradshaw yelled to the rookie. Added Hixon, “Call
it now!” Collins seemed to nod at their advice but decided to humbly jog back to
the huddle. Smart move, rook.
--I can’t recall if I mentioned or not that Jackson is playing corner despite
arriving as a safety. At 6-1, 190 pounds, he’s much better suited at this point
to play corner.
--I got an email last night about the lack of updates on DT Marvin
Austin, to which I told the gentleman what I’ve written here a bunch:
there’s really no point in trying to assess the play of the interior lineman
because there’s no contact and the players aren’t wearing pads. We’ll wait until
like drills and games for that. That being said, DT Martin Parker
got off the ball really quickly on one play to get past OT Joel
Reinders and into the backfield to make a stop on RB Da’Rel
Scott. That play reminded me of how Parker did a bunch of that last
summer in camp before injuring his foot and being knocked out for the season.
It’s a small sample size, but Parker has flashed. He’s a guy I’m interested to
see in camp and in the preseason.
--Rookie RB David Wilson continues to look as quick and
shifty as advertised. He's going to make some people miss.
--And finally, I recall writing about how LB Mark Herzlich’s
pass coverage needed to improve after the loss to the Philadelphia Eagles last
season. (To his credit, he
was the one who said he struggled in that department that night.) I’ve been
watching Herzlich in coverage from time to time this spring, and something tells
me we’ll be writing about how solid he is in pass coverage because he’s been
looking extremely sharp in that department this offseason."
WIKSON'S "EXPLOSIVENESS" WOWS GILBRIDE
"Kevin Gilbride has had a long list of talented, fast running backs at his
disposal in his six seasons as the Giants’ offensive coordinator. But he’s never
had one quite like this.
His first impressions of David Wilson, the
Giants’ first-round pick out of Virginia Tech, have been off the charts so far
during spring drills and the full-team minicamp that wrapped up on Thursday
afternoon. Gilbride glowed about Wilson’s speed and particularly his
He even said Wilson might already be one of the most
explosive backs in the league.
“I don’t know if we’ve had a guy as
explosive, regardless of the position, here,” Gilbride said. “I don’t know if
we’ve seen quite the darting, the explosiveness in short bursts that we’ve seen
with him. That’s kind of exciting to see.”
Gilbride acknowledged the
rookie still has a lot to learn about the Giants’ offense and how to protect Eli
Manning, but Wilson’s uncommon talents obviously had him dreaming about his
potential. He said that “explosiveness” was more than he saw in Tiki Barber or
even current starter Ahmad Bradshaw.
“There’s a long way to go before
you can tap into it, but it looks like there’s something that he can give you,”
Gilbride said. “He’s got some excitement that I don’t know if we’ve had that
kind of guy. In this guy you’ve got the kind of explosion that I’m not sure how
many guys in the league have.”
No holding back Terrell Thomas
Thomas, trying to make his way back from a torn ACL that cost him all of 2011,
did mostly individual drills at minicamp, but promised he’ll be “full go” when
training camp opens on July 26.
“I’ll be out there,” he said. “No
The Giants’ doctors may limit his work, but Thomas said
his knee feels like it could handle a full workload.
“The biggest thing
is I trust my knee right now to throw it in the dirt,” he said. “I’m not
hesitant at all.”
A few other notes from minicamp (and there’s more to
RB Ahmad Bradshaw (foot) said he “felt great” after
minicamp. He also was limited, but said that was mostly precautionary. … A
couple of names to watch for the summer. Gilbride praised rookie WR Brandon
Collins, and defensive coordinator Perry Fewell liked what he saw from veteran
safety Stevie Brown. … Fewell said he “would love” for Chase Blackburn to win
the MLB job this summer. Blackburn will certainly begin camp as the
GILBRIDE CONCERNED ABOUT TIGHT ENDS
"Don't get Kevin Gilbride wrong; the Giants' offensive coordinator loves Bear
He just never expected Pascoe to wind up emerging as the Giants' starting
tight end. Yet that's how things looked at the end of the Giants' three-day
"Except for Bear, there's nobody that's done it before," Gilbride said
Thursday. "You were hopingto have Bear as a swing guy, a second tight end that
could motion back and play the fullback position, give you what he's always
given you which is unbelievable toughness and somehow making plays that he
shoujldn't be able to make.
"Not necessarily a starting tight end, but right now he's a starting tight
Pascoe is the starter by default, in what's turning into a dicey spot for the
Giants. With Jake Ballard and Travis Beckum injured, the Giants hoped to find a
tight end answer in free agent signee Martellus Bennett. But Bennett, a former
Cowboy, has struggled with a hamstring issue throughout minicamp.
When minicamp ended Thursday, Bennett said he planned to take a few days off
to rest the hamstring, the return to training.
Rookie Adrien Robinson, meanwhile, faces a stiff learning curve after missing
all of OTAs to finish classes at Cincinnati.
"You're hoping Martellus (is the guy); that's why he was brought here,"
Gilbride said. "You're hoping Adrien Robinson somewhere down the road. If not,
Then again, for all this fear, Gilbride knows it's too early to panic. After
all, wasn't it just last year that a certain Jake Ballard emerged from nowhere
to catch 40 passes and beat the Patriots? Gilbride realizes that, too.
And that realization gave the coach one final chance to lament the loss of
the injured tight end to New England.
"Right now, we've got a long way to go at that spot," he said. "In fairness,
when we lost Kevin Boss, I was thinking where are we gonna go? I thought Jake
could be that guy. He looked like he coud be a big strong blocker. Like I told
you guys, he exceeded. He'll be sorely missed. We knew we weren't going to have
him this year, but he was a guy who could have bene a starter down the
BRADSHAW FEELING "GREAT"
Ahmad Bradshaw did not handle a
boatload of carries during the Giants' three-day minicamp. But don't worry about
the Giants' most experienced tailback one bit.
"I feel great," he said Thursday. "I got (a procedure) in the beginning of
March. They said it would take like three months and I'd be fine. I was ready in
like a month and a half, and I'm ready to go."
Bradshaw said he could have done more in camp, but he didn't mind taking it
"I could have," he said. "I just want to take it slow. Just see how my foot
reacts to a lot of pounding. That's what I wanted to do for the OTAs and that's
why I was so active."
Bradshaw said he does not plan to see any doctors during the break, because
"I feel my foot is fine."
It's all a good sign for a Giants team that lacks experienced tailbacks. With
Brandon Jacobs in San Francisco, the injury-prone Bradshaw is the lone tailback
with big-game experience. He's backed by veteran D.J. Ware, second-year man
Da'Rel Scott, promising first-round pick David Wilson and untested Andre
UNTIL TRAINING CAMP, SASH GOING ON A ROLLE
safety Tyler Sash did not do anything in the three-day minicamp as he continued
to work his way back from a severely injured hamstring. He said that he has not
even "attempted to run yet," but promised "I'll be good to go by (training)
Sash still also hopes to nail down a job alongside Kenny Phillips and Antrel
Rolle in three-safety alignments. And even though he hasn't taken the field
recently, he believes he can still grab the spot.
"Safety is a lot more than just being out there on the field," he said.
"You've got to know what you're doing."
To that end, Sash said he is planning to train with teammate Antrel Rolle in
Miami over the next few weeks.
"That's a good edge," he said.
He also plans to start running in "the next couple weeks."GIANTS' PRINCE AMUKAMARA THRIVES IN SECOND CHANCE AT FIRST IMPRESSION WITH BIG BLUE
"When the Giants drafted Prince Amukamara
in the first round of the 2011 draft, they thought they had added a tough,
physical cornerback to their roster. And now, they are finally seeing that
GIANTS MUST MAKE AN EXAMPLE OF OFFENSIVE LINEMAN DAVID DIEHL AFTER DWI INCIDENT
"Tom Coughlin and Jerry
Reese must hope the phone doesn’t ring with more bad news in the next 42 days in
what is the scariest time of the year for NFL teams. The Giants end minicamp on
Thursday, and the next time Coughlin and Reese will see their players is the
start of training camp in Albany on July 26.BIGGER BECKUM FEELS GREAT AFTER RUN
"Tight end Travis Beckum said his surgically repaired knee felt “great” on
Wednesday, one day after he ran for the first time since he tore his ACL in
Super Bowl XLVI. He admitted to feeling something “a little weird” on Tuesday
just after he completed his running, but it was all cleared up by Wednesday
feeling that I hadn’t felt in a while – kind of weird just because of the whole
patella situation. I kind of felt something on my patella, right where my scar
was. Today I didn’t feel that, so I’m assuming it’s just breaking up the scar
tissue. My knee feels great.”
of the surgery, the doctors used part of his patella tendon as a graft to help
rebuild and strengthen his ACL.
ended last season at about 232 pounds, but dropped to 222 after his surgery and
now is up to 242 – the biggest he’s been since the scouting combine before his
rookie season. He thinks that’s about where he should be, and he said he’s
actually happy because “I was one of those guys that I could eat anything and
never gain weight.”
about this,” Beckum said. “I’m going to take what I can get.”
begin training camp on the Physically Unable to Perform list he refuses to rule
out the possibility of being able to play in the regular-season opener on Sept.
5. But he said he has to be cautious, no matter how good he feels.
“You don’t want to develop tendonitis in the patella, which I had removed. It’s
going to be tough, but I’m excited about my journey.”
"Jerry Reese thought Jake Ballard would clear waivers on Tuesday and said it
was “disappointing” that the New
England Patriots claimed the tight end. But he had no interest in explaining
why the Giants waived Ballard in the first place in what Tom Coughlin called a
risk” that went wrong.
“I could explain it but I don't want to
explain it,” Reese said Wednesday morning in an interview with Bob Papa and
Amani Toomer on SiriusXM NFL Radio. “Because it’s really irrelevant at this
point. All I want to say about Jake is he did a tremendous job for usand we
hope he gets well soon.It’s really pointless for me at this point to try
explain it to people.
“It’s rare that somebody takes a guy under these
conditions off the waiver wire but it happened and we wish Jake all the
It seems obvious the Giants are stunned by the Patriots’ decision
to claim Ballard just four months after he needed surgery to repair a torn ACL –
a surgery that included a microfracture procedure. Ballard is not expected to
play in 2012 at all, though if the Patriots don’t waive him they’ll have his
rights when he’s an “exclusive rights” free agent in 2013.
thought that he would clear,” Reese said. “It's rare, but it’s not the first
time something like that has happened. It's disappointing for us that we didn't
get him back. He did a tremendous job for us and we hope he gets well soon and
that he can finish his career, whether it’s with New England or whatever team he
ends up with. I
“It was disappointing, but that does happen, every blue
Like Coughlin, Reese also indicated that the Patriots didn’t do
anything wrong when they claimed an injured player the Giants were obviously
hoping to keep. And he said there’s no bad blood between the Giants and the team
they beat in Super Bowl XLVI.
“No, absolutely not,” Reese said. “There
is no reason for us to have hard feelings about it. When you put a guy on the
wire, he's free game for anybody. There are no hard feelings for us. They think
that they can salvage the situation, so we will see what happens. But again, we
only wish the best for Jake.”http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/giants