Giants cornerback DeAndre Baker was arrested last month in Miramar, Fla. and charged with armed robbery and aggravated assault with a firearm. His attorneys — led by prominent Florida lawyer Bradford Cohen — say Baker never actually pulled a weapon, and now, per TMZ, they submitted to prosecutors sworn affidavits from multiple witnesses to alleging that to be the case.

Orland native, Giants kicker arrested for hit-and-run near Chico

Alcohol is suspected in a hit-and-run crash that led to the arrest of New York Giants kicker Aldrick Rosas in Northern California, authorities said Tuesday. Rosas, 25, allegedly failed to stop for a red light and plowed his Chevrolet SUV into the side of a pickup truck Monday in the city of Chico, the California Highway Patrol said. Rosas kept driving and then walked away from the SUV when it broke down, the CHP said in a statement.

There is a new light being shined on how our cities and towns are policed and the masses are protesting every day all over the country in a relentless push to force change. Many celebrities and sports stars are leading the way. In his hometown of Norwalk, California, New York Giants fullback Elijah Penny found himself leading a march for justice.

BROWARD COUNTY, Fla. New York Giants cornerback DeAndre Baker can travel to New Jersey for “work purposes” to join the the team in training camp in New Jersey, according to an agreed order filed in Broward County court Wednesday. On May 19, Baker’s attorney Bradford Cohen filed the “Motion to Travel” on behalf of his client, seeking court permission to travel to New Jersey on “an open schedule.

DeAndre Baker is now permitted to travel outside the state of Florida “for work purposes,” according to a circuit court ruling in Broward County. Baker, the Giants’ 22-year old cornerback, must provide to the court “a detailed itinerary of the activities he will partake in while out of the state. He must also prove the address he will reside in while out of the state and the dates of his travel and return.

DeAndre Baker was officially cleared for a return to New Jersey, with conditions. The Giants cornerback was awaiting approval from a Broward County judge in Florida in the wake of his arrest for armed robbery and aggravated assault with a weapon. Baker’s legal team, led by Florida-based Bradford Cohen, had filed a motion to allow Baker to return to New Jersey for work-related reasons tied to his role with the Giants.

Saquon Barkley and Tua Tagovailoa will play "Madden" for Verizon's "Pay It Forward Live" tonight. Watch on Yahoo at 8pm ET/5pm PT.

Former New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning had an interesting way of encouraging students in the Class of 2020. Manning used his final year as New York’s backup to suggest students should embrace “awkward situations” such as those forced upon them by the coronavirus pandemic (via Paul Schwartz of the New York Post): “You see, I don’t mind being in awkward situations or doing things I don’t necessarily want to do,’’ Manning said.

DeAndre Baker New York Giants cornerback DeAndre Baker has pleaded not guilty to all eight charges against him stemming from last week's alleged armed robbery in Miramar, Florida. Bradford Cohen, Baker's attorney, filed the written pleas to Broward County Circuit Court on Monday afternoon, a day after Baker was released from jail on $200,000 bond. Baker, 22, requested a trial by jury, although reports no court dates have been set.

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