December 2017


The futures of New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning and wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. became a bit clearer Friday when Dave Gettleman was introduced as the new general manager. Gettleman was hired Thursday to replace Jerry Reese, who was fired after 11 years on the job along with coach Ben McAdoo earlier this month. Gettleman's comments seem to indicate he's on board with keeping his two biggest stars past this season.

Newly appointed New York Giants general manager Dave Gettleman intends to keep Eli Manning as the starting quarterback "as of now". The question comes after a controversial decision from former head coach Ben McAdoo to bench Manning before a week 13 game against the Oakland Raiders, and as expected, it was one of the first things asked during Gettleman's introductory news conference as GM on Friday. "The bottom line is, I'm an inveterate film watcher," Gettleman told reporters. "It's what I do.

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) -- Eli Manning is going to be without his top two receivers for the New York Giants' regular-season finale against the Washington Redskins. Interim coach Steve Spagnulo said Friday that rookie tight end Evan Engram and wide

Dave Gettleman is going right to work as the New York Giants' general manager. There is plenty to fix with a team that has two wins entering the final weekend of the season, starting with finding a new head coach. The week also gives the Giants a chance to talk to coaches on teams that have a first-round playoff bye.

The New York Giants will end a miserable season on Sunday against the Washington Redskins at MetLife Stadium assured of no more than three wins—the team's worst year since 1983. On Thursday evening the franchise announced the hiring of 66-year-old Dave Gettleman as its new General Manager. "Given where we are as a team, we thought it was important to bring in someone with experience as a general manager and a proven track record," a joint statement from Giants President John Mara and chairman Steve Tisch and published by NFL.com read.

The New York Giants will end a miserable season on Sunday against the Washington Redskins at MetLife Stadium assured of no more than three wins—the team's worst year since 1983. On Thursday evening the franchise announced the hiring of 66-year-old Dave Gettleman as its new General Manager. "Given where we are as a team, we thought it was important to bring in someone with experience as a general manager and a proven track record," a joint statement from Giants President John Mara and chairman Steve Tisch and published by NFL.com read.

The 66-year-old Gettleman was general manager of the Carolina Panthers from 2013-16, a stint that included a Super Bowl appearance among three NFC South titles. Carolina was 40-23-1 on his watch before he was fired in July. The Giants, who are suffering through a 2-13 season, tabbed a familiar face as well.

The New York Giants are turning their rebuilding process over to an old hand who believes in old-time football. The Giants (2-13) hired former Carolina executive Dave Gettleman as their general manager on Thursday, bringing back a 66-year-old who spent 15 seasons with the franchise before going to the Panthers and helping them get to the Super Bowl in 2015. Gettleman, who helped the Giants build strong offensive and defensive lines in his tenure, will be introduced at a news conference Friday.

North Korea’s development of an operational ballistic missile submarine would pose additional challenges for the U.S. as it works to defend itself and its allies from the rogue nation’s burgeoning missile program. As war on the Korean peninsula becomes increasingly possible, the U.S. and its allies are working to prepare themselves in case North Korea launches a ballistic missile at them. Throughout 2017, North Korea continued to test missiles that experts believe are capable of reaching major cities in the U.S. like New York and Washington D.C.

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The New York Giants hired a familiar face in Dave Gettleman as their new general manager. Gettleman, 66, spent four seasons as the Carolina Panthers general manager after 15 years with the Giants. He served

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