April 2011


Grading a draft immediately after it concludes is akin to giving your compliments to the chef before the meal has been served. Sure, the food might sound good (or bad) based on the ingredients listed on the menu, but the true evaluation won't come until after the product has...
T Dallas Cowboys: C The Cowboys answered one of their primary concerns with the No. 9 overall in USC offensive tackle Tyron Smith. While Smith's athletic upside is limitless, I have reservations about his ability to provide the physicality needed to play at right tackle...
Not to be outdone by Great Britain's royal bride Kate Middleton, the New York Giants landed a Prince of their own when Nebraska cornerback Prince Amukamara quietly slid down the draft board in the first round where the Giants were waiting at the 19th spot.
The New York Giants finished the NFL draft believing they landed two of the top 15 players, improved their team speed, found a return man and acquired a bunch of guys to cure a special teams unit that probably cost them a playoff berth last season. All they need now is a season. And that's something that is becoming more and more uncertain with a labor impasse that has seen the NFL switch gears...
NEW YORK, N.Y. - Kendall Hunter's All-America pedigree won't do him any favours in the NFL.
Kendall Hunter's All-America pedigree won't do him any favors in the NFL. That's OK. At 5-foot-7 and 200 pounds, the Oklahoma State running back has been proving himself his whole life. He was chosen 115th overall, in the fourth round. It was a couple rounds lower than he envisioned. "Ever since I started playing the game people doubted me, saying I couldn't do this or do that,...
The New York Giants selected RB Da’Rel Scott out of Maryland in the 7th round of the NFL draft Saturday...
The New York Giants have taken Iowa safety Tyler Sash with their second of three picks in the sixth round of the NFL draft on Saturday. The choice of Sash came a little more than 10 minutes after New York (10-6) took Michigan State inside linebacker Greg Jones. Sash has a nose for the ball. He had 13 interceptions in just three years on the field, although only two came this past season.
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. - The NFL lockout is back.
The New York Giants addressed needs at wide receiver and at the return game by taking Jerrel Jernigan in the third round of the NFL draft on Friday. Jernigan was the first offensive player taken by New York, which took cornerback Prince Amukamara of Nebraska in the first round and defensive tackle Marvin Austin of North Carolina in the second.

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