Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch (24) scores his fourth touchdown of the game against the New York Giants as Giants' Stevie Brown (27) attempts the tackle in the second half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Nov. 9, 2014, in Seattle. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)
The New York Jets added some depth at wide receiver, signing former San Francisco 49ers fourth-round pick Quinton Patton. Who else signed contracts Thursday?
Michael Fabiano unveils his post-free agency one-man, five-round fantasy football mock draft which features Bears running back Jordan Howard in the first round. See the full results here.
Judy Battista runs down what to expect at the Annual League Meeting, including a vote on the Raiders' potential relocation to Las Vegas -- which at least one team owner thinks "will pass."
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell sat down with NFL Network's Judy Battista on Thursday to talk about ways to improve the viewing experience and pace of the game for fans.
The Giants signed some big-name playmakers in free agency. CB Janoris Jenkins said the moves will help the team get to the next level in 2017. Plus, he discusses practicing against a stacked WR group.
Clearly Collins deserves a spot on this team when he not only made seemingly everyone's All-Pro team, but finished third in Defensive Player of the Year voting. Collins' statistical summary is worth marveling at ... 125 tackles, four sacks, five interceptions and a defensive touchdown that won the ...
Hard to believe, but Beckham doesn't turn 25 until November. While his antics might be maddening at times, you can't overlook 35 touchdowns in three years. No young WR is even close. That said, 2016 represented career lows in yards per catch, touchdowns and yards per game. Let's see if Beckham gets ...
The Giants released Rashad Jennings earlier in the offseason, leaving the door wide open for Perkins to take over as the team's No. 1 running back. He saw an increase in snaps late in his rookie campaign, so we've already seen the start of this transition. As long as the G-Men don't add another ...
Defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul signs a four-year deal with the New York Giants that includes a base salary of $62 million and a whopping $40 million guaranteed, Ian Rapoport reports.
NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks break down which 2017 NFL Draft prospects are best fit for the New York Giants' roster.