The Chicago Bears added some salsa to the roster Thursday, signing former New York Giants receiver Victor Cruz to a one-year contract. The Bears were looking for help after former Pro Bowl receiver Alshon Jeffery signed with Philadelphia. A feared receiver with the Giants, Cruz helped them win the Super Bowl before being slowed by injuries.

Brandon Marshall stepped to the podium after New York Giants OTAs and knew what was coming. " Sheldon Richardson questions, go ahead, open up," the Giants wide receiver said, well aware of what Richardson said about him the other day at New York Jets camp. Richardson told reporters: "The locker room is a whole lot easier to get along with now," Asked to elaborate, he smiled and said, "Man oh man, y'all are thirsty. Let's just say I've got 15 reasons why it's better." Fifteen is Marshall's jersey number. He wore it with the Jets and is doing the same after being cut and signing a two-year deal with the Giants this offseason. It wasn't a surprise for Marshall to hear criticism coming from Richardson

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) -- The New York Giants have signed defensive end Devin Taylor and safety Duke Ihenacho. The Giants announced the moves Thursday, adding two veterans who have played in 102 NFL games. New York terminated the contract of safety

After having previously been linked to French Montana and LJay Currie, rapper Iggy Azalea is reportedly now dating New York Giants wide receiver, Odell Beckham Jr. According to a report from the New York Daily News, Beckham Jr. skipped organized team activities (OTAs) this week, instead spending his time partying with former NFL quarterback, Johnny Manziel. The publication also reports that Beckham Jr. was spotted on Monday at an upscale bowling alley in Los Angeles with Azalea.

At least one current New York Giants receiver isn’t around the team this week for various reasons, and a former Giants receiver is pointing fingers at his longtime club. Victor Cruz, released in February after seven seasons with the Giants, appeared on the nationally-syndicated radio show The Breakfast Club on Thursday morning, and implied that New York intentionally suppressed his production last year. Holding his numbers down, Cruz said, both made it so the Giants wouldn’t have to pay incentives in his contract and to make it easier to cut him.

For the second time in as many months, former New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz has been sent scrambling to clarify his own words. Previously, Cruz had called on quarterback Eli Manning to “own up to” to his part in the Giants’ alleged memorabilia scam, only to walk back those comments a day later. On Thursday, Cruz once again finds himself clarifying comments after he appeared to imply the Giants intentionally suppressed his production in 2016 to avoid backlash from fans following his release. “I felt it all year long. Halfway through the year I’m ballin’, the other half I’m not getting the ball. And you’re just like, ‘what’s going on?’ It was like ‘ok, I see what’s happening. They don’t

Whatever will the New York media have to ask Odell Beckham when (if?) he arrives at New York Giants OTAs? Already this week Beckham skipped voluntary OTAs, signed the most lucrative shoe deal ever for an NFL player and his workouts with Johnny Manziel became a big deal. Beckham was reportedly going to be at Thursday’s OTA session, but NFL Network’s Kimberly Jones reported Beckham was not present at the beginning of practice.

The New York Giants couldn’t have been too happy that receiver Odell Beckham wasn’t with the team at “voluntary” OTAs at the start of this week. It couldn’t have made them feel much better to know Beckham was working out with Johnny Manziel instead. TMZ, which has blanketed the Manziel beat since he partied his way out of the NFL, reported that Beckham and Manziel did some passing drills this week (and hung out with Beckham’s “custom cleat artist” Kickasso).

After an historic comeback to win Super Bowl 51, the New England Patriots may also be the winners of the offseason. Not known for flashy free-agency moves, the Patriots had an unusual offseason in which they spent big to lure some big-name talent — a scary thought for the rest of the NFL. Now, according to Bleacher Report's Mike Freeman, there is growing buzz that this Patriots team could go undefeated and win the Super Bowl, becoming the first team in NFL history to have a 19-0 season.

Beckham, who is one of the NFL’s most recognizable names, signed a five-year deal worth about $5 million annually – more than twice the amount Nike previously shelled out for its most expensive NFL deal, according to ESPN. By comparison, James’ lifetime deal with Nike is worth a purported $1 billion, while Harden’s deal with Adidas is worth $200 million over 13 years – and they’re just two among many NBA players who have nine-figure shoe deals.

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