New York Giants

Nate Solder knows all about the New England Patriots' winning culture and feels that will rub off on the New York Giants following Joe Judge's appointment as head coach. The Giants last month hired former New England special teams coordinator Judge to succeed Pat Shurmur following a disappointing 4-12 campaign. Judge was part of three Super Bowl-winning teams on Bill Belichick's staff, though his new role with the Giants is his first as a head coach.

Monday marks the end of an era for the Los Angeles Chargers. The team announced it has mutually parted ways with starting quarterback Philip Rivers, who spent his first 16 NFL seasons with the franchise. Rivers was originally drafted by the New York Giants in 2004, but he was traded to the Chargers on draft day in a deal that sent Eli Manning to Big Blue.

Philip Rivers' 16-year career with the Chargers has come to an end. The franchise announced Monday that Rivers will enter free agency and not return for the upcoming season. General manager Tom Telesco said in a statement that as they talked through various scenarios with Rivers, it became apparent it would be best for both ''to turn the page on what has truly been a remarkable run.

Recently fired Cleveland Browns coach Freddie Kitchens has been hired as the New York Giants tight end coach. New coach Joe Judge announced his 20-member staff on Wednesday, retaining six men from Pat Shurmur's staff and filling out other spots with veteran NFL coaches and five from the college ranks. Judge previously announced that former Cowboys coach Jason Garrett would be his offensive coordinator and Patrick Graham would handle the defense.

A decade and a half of being the quarterback in New York has made Eli Manning a major name and face not just in sports, but pop culture. After all of this, how much is Eli Manning worth? It has been estimated that Eli Manning's career endeavors have led to a net worth in the neighborhood of $100 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.

Former New York Giants defensive end Michael Strahan said Monday night on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon that his former team is planning to retire his No. 92 jersey. Strahan played for the Giants for 15 seasons in constructed a resume that earned him induction into the Hall of Fame in 2014. Strahan was talking about Friday's retirement by Giants quarterback Eli Manning and the team's decision to retire his No. 10 jersey before confirming the news of his own jersey retirement.

If nothing else, the New York Giants coaching roster has a lot of recognizable names. On Monday, there were several reports that rookie head coach Joe Judge has brought Freddie Kitchens into the fold as tight ends coach. Kitchens was fired last month after one season as Cleveland Browns head coach.

The New York Giants are expected to name former Cleveland Browns head coach Freddie Kitchens as their new tight ends coach, FOX Sports' Bruce Feldman reported Monday. The Browns fired Kitchens on Dec. 29 after he posted a 6-10 record in his first season. Kitchens, 45, would be the latest to join an overhauled coaching staff in New York that includes new head coach Joe Judge and offensive coordinator Jason Garrett, the former head coach of the Dallas Cowboys.

New England (AFC) 28, Seattle (NFC) 24 The biggest fourth-quarter Super Bowl comeback at that point. Malcolm Butler's goal-line pick to preserve victory - Give the ball to Beast Mode! New York Giants (NFC) 20, Buffalo (AFC) 19 Wide right.

Following is a summary of current sports news briefs. Angelique Kerber moved into the fourth round of the Australian Open on Saturday with a 6-2 6-7(4) 6-3 win over Camila Giorgi, extending her unbeaten record against the Italian to 5-0. Not one for flash or grandstanding, New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning announced his retirement from the NFL on Friday quoting the time-worn wisdom of Frank Sinatra, another New York icon who sang: "I did it my way." Call him plain-spoken or even low-energy, Manning has heard it all in his 16 seasons with the Giants, along the way picking up two Super Bowl championships while never trying to match the big personalities of the big city he would come to represent.

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