All eyes are on the start of training camp later this month, but Giants fans still must look at the big picture. Even if improvement arrives in 2020, we’re not looking at a true Super Bowl contender. But that doesn’t mean that day can’t arrive soon, and it certainly doesn’t mean the road there will be smooth and without bumps.

New York Giants offensive lineman Nate Solder said Friday the NFL must step up its efforts to ensure a safe environment for players in order for the 2020 season to take place amid the coronavirus pandemic. Solder, a member of the NFL Players Association board of player representatives, provided his blunt assessment of the situation via Twitter: This article will be updated to provide more information on this story as it becomes available.

The armed robbery case involving Giants cornerback DeAndre Baker and Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar has reportedly taken another turn that, if true, would not bode well for Baker’s NFL future. A New York Daily News report alleges Baker and Dunbar were involved in a payoff of four witnesses to change their initial statements that allegedly implicated them.

NFL players haven’t signed off on an NFL season yet. As the league and NFL Players Association negotiate the details of an unprecedented season amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Giants left tackle Nate Solder, the team’s union rep, made it clear the sides aren’t close to an agreement regarding health and safety protocols. If the NFL doesn’t do their part to keep players healthy there is no football in 2020,” Solder tweeted Friday.

Part 5 in a five-part series — a Giants trio of note. The heat of the summer is not the only heat applied to players scheduled to assemble for the start of Giants training camp later this month. For some, there is heat to show they are worth the money.

ESPN Lawyers for Seattle Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar and New York Giants cornerback DeAndre Baker are denying a report of a cover-up in the alleged robbery involving the two NFL players in May. The New York Daily News, which obtained a search warrant that cited previous evidence gathered in the case, reported that a witness in the robbery, Dominic Johnson, oversaw a payout of $55,000 to the four alleged victims at the office of Dunbar's attorney, Michael Grieco, in the days after the robb...

ESPN Lawyers for Seattle Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar and New York Giants cornerback DeAndre Baker are denying a report of a cover-up in the alleged robbery involving the two NFL players in May. The New York Daily News, which obtained a search warrant that cited previous evidence gathered in the case, reported that a witness in the robbery, Dominic Johnson, oversaw a payout of $55,000 to the four alleged victims at the office of Dunbar's attorney, Michael Grieco, in the days after the robb...

A search warrant allegedly indicates that NFL cornerbacks DeAndre Baker and Quinton Dunbar were involved in a cover-up following their arrests for armed robbery stemming from a May 13 incident in Miramar, Fla, according to a New York Daily News report on Friday. According to the Daily News, a warrant obtained as public record from the Broward County (Fla.) Clerk of Courts cites video evidence, social media messages and additional testimony that allegedly show a payoff of $55,000 for the four victims of the alleged robbery, all of whom have since given sworn statements about being paid off to recant their original statements. Baker, of the New York Giants, and Dunbar, of the Seattle Seahawks, were arrested May 14 after the alleged robbery the night before.

NFL players haven’t signed off on an NFL season yet. As the league and NFL Players Association negotiate the details of an unprecedented season amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Giants left tackle Nate Solder, the team’s union rep, made it clear the sides aren’t close to an agreement regarding health and safety protocols. If the NFL doesn’t do their part to keep players healthy there is no football in 2020,” Solder tweeted Friday.

The Giants are expected to cut Baker, according to an explosive report by the New York Daily News’ Pat Leonard, after he allegedly paid off victims in a $55,000 cover-up for his armed robbery case, according to a search warrant obtained by the News. Baker and Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar are charged with armed robbery in connection with a May 13 incident in Miramar, Fla. Introducing Giants Extra: Sign up for a free trial now.

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