June 2017

It didn’t take long for the best day of Dustin Fowler’s baseball career to become the worst. The New York Yankees rookie outfielder, playing in the very first inning of his very first big-league game Thursday night, slammed into the wall beyond the foul line in right field at Chicago’s Guaranteed Rate Field. The incident brought to mind Moonlight Graham, whose baseball legend revolves around never getting an at-bat in the big leagues.

After spending the first five years of his career with the New York Giants, cornerback Prince Amukamara is on his second new team in as many years. “I don’t want to start bouncing around teams,” Amukamara said, via Chris Emma of 670 The Score. Amukamara appeared in 14 games with Jacksonville last season with 12 starts, but didn’t record an interception all season for the first time in his career.

The Chicago Bears might be getting an extremely motivated Victor Cruz this season. Cruz still feels like he’s got something to prove after knee and leg injuries wiped out most of two seasons of his career. While Cruz managed to return and play in 15 games last year for the New York Giants, he feels there is more to accomplish.

RENO, Nev. (AP) -- Nevada authorities say former NFL linebacker Ryan Jones was shot dead over the weekend in a Reno apartment and two other people suffered non-life threatening gunshot wounds. Reno Police Department spokesman Officer Tim Broadway declined

Cowboys fans are among the best in the NFL, like it or not. (Getty) Who are the best fans in the NFL? And who’s the worst? You have guesses. Emory University has knowledge. Let’s dive in. The study: Dr. Mike Lewis of Emory’s Goizueta Business School tracks

The New York Giants have signed first-round draft pick Evan Engram, the speedy tight end who coaches believe will be a tough matchup for opposing defenses. The Giants announced the signing on Thursday, shortly after the team finished a mandatory three-day minicamp. The Mississippi product is the last of the team's six draft picks to sign.

ANAHEIM, Calif. – One afternoon when I was in middle school, my football coach tore a white sheet of paper from a large roll in the corner of the locker room, near the showers. We knew this roll of paper as our bath towel dispenser. As in, “Hey, tear

Aldrick Rosas isn't your ordinary rookie free agent trying to make the New York Giants. The 22-year-old is a placekicker from small-school Southern Oregon who suffered a major knee injury in 2014. Rosas got a tryout with the Tennessee Titans last summer and hit his only field goal attempt and four extra points.

Almost as soon as the final organized team activity wrapped up Thursday, the New Orleans Saints scattered, ready to enjoy the NFL's five-week break between the end of offseason workouts and the start of training camp. But not all of the Saints will be taking it easy. New quarterback Ryan Nassib will be taking homework with him. Nassib, the former New York Giants backup who signed with New Orleans earlier this week, has five weeks to get up to speed on the Saints playbook.  "It's going to take some time," Nassib said. "Coming in late in the offseason didn't help, but fortunately, I have some time over the break to really dive in and cram." Nassib, a free agent after backing up Eli Manning for

Being the son and brother of NFL quarterbacks, hijacking your rookie draft, and playing in the biggest media market will do that for a guy. “Everybody’s got to kind of grow with the times, and things have changed,” Manning said, via Justin Tasch of the New York Daily News. “The NFL’s changed, social media, all that’s changed since I’ve been a New York Giant.

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