March 2021


Giants co-owner John Mara said Wednesday that the Giants are “not in any hurry” to give running back Saquon Barkley a contract extension, two weeks after the team spent $98 million in guaranteed money on free agents. Mara qualified that “we’re hoping [Barkley is] gonna be a Giant for life” and said discussions will start “at the appropriate time. But his direct dismissal of an imminent Barkley deal was noteworthy.

New York Giants co-owner John Mara seemingly has no interest in discussing a contract extension for Saquon Barkley until he proves himself on the field in 2021. Mara spoke to reporters Wednesday and said the team is "not in any hurry" to ink the 2018 Offensive Rookie of the Year, who missed most of last season because of a torn ACL. "I certainly think we're not in any hurry to do that.

Giants RB Saquon Barkley extension talks aren't on John Mara's mind right now, but down the road is a different story.

It’s time for us to start winning some more. I think we’re moving in the right direction. But obviously it’s been brutal the last few years.

New York Giants co-owner John Mara met with reporters following the 2021 owners meetings on Wednesday and addressed several topics, including running back Saquon Barkley. Asked if the Giants will consider extending Barkley’s contract this year, Mara implied that it’s not among their primary concerns — at least not right now. We’re not in any hurry to do that,” Mara said bluntly.

Newly-signed New York Giants cornerback Adoree’ Jackson has three papers due April 5th. He just signed a three-year, $39 million contract with the Giants, but he is buried in school work for the two classes he is taking through USC on Communications and Economics and Introduction to Business. One paper is about the inner workings of a company, another is on Esports and the final one is on streaming services.

Based on the personnel we have on offense and the upside of a young o-line, we have tremendous growth potential with more reinforcements coming through the draft and waivers. Daniel Jones has had a fumbling problem not, never an interception problem, is that his 10-11 TD-Interception ratio with 6 of those interceptions coming on the other end of Evan Engram, where those throws to Engram were game plan throws cause we had no big body pass catchers on the field except for him.

Holmes was once recruited by USC, and coaches used Jackson as an example of what Holmes could become. Holmes wound up at UCLA, but hearing his name mentioned in the same breath as Jackson meant a lot. It still does.

The six-time NFL Executive of the Year who has built powerhouses in Buffalo, Carolina and Indianapolis is advocating for Giants general manager Dave Gettleman to continue building the offensive line so they can take advantage of the plethora of weapons they surrounded third-year quarterback Daniel Jones with. Unless they get that solved, the weapons won’t mean a thing,” the 78-year-old Polian said this week on ‘The Colin Cowherd Podcast.

Question: “Do you think Joe Judge’s presence at the Penn State and Miami pro days is a “tell” that the Giants plan to draft a defensive player at No. Do you believe a defensive difference-maker would be a good selection in that spot. Chris Pflum I won’t go so far as to say that Judge’s presence at those Pro Days are “tells,” but I will venture a guess that the Giants are curious about this year’s edge class and want to see more in person.

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