Posts Tagged ‘mathias kiwanuka’

Gridiron Gab Links – NFC Afternoon Edition 8/25

It will be a tough few days in Tampa, as the Buccaneers announced today that guard Davin Joseph, their Pro Bowl guard and respected team leader will miss the 2012 season. – Giants strongside linebacker Mathias Kiwanuka, who suffered a strained left groin on the final play of the first half in Friday night’s […]

2011 Free Agency: Grading The NFC East

Eagles Flied In Landing Top Free Agent Prize Philadelphia Eagles Unsigned players: OG-C Nick Cole (UFA), CB Antoine Harris (UFA), RB Jerome Harrison (UFA), CB Ellis Hobbs (UFA), DE Bobby McCray (UFA), P Sav Rocca (UFA), OG Reggie Wells (UFA). Key arrivals: Ex-Giants WR Steve Smith, Aug. 10 (one year); Ex-Redskins DE Chris Wilson, Aug. […]

Source: Giants Re-Sign DE Kiwanuka

Could This Mean Goodbye To The Guy Pictured Right Of Mathias? The Giants have agreed to terms with sack artist Mathias Kiwanuka according to a source. Defensive captain Justin Tuck first tweeted the big news concerning his fellow defensive line mate coming back: “Kiwi is returning to the big blue. Yes sir.” Kiwanuka registered four […]

Five Free Agents That Can Turn Around A Franchise’s Fortunes In 2011

Will Malcom Be An “X” Factor For A Contending Club In ’11? With Impact Contributors To Be Had In This Year’s Free Agent Class, Which Players Testing The Free Agency Waters Will Make The Biggest Splash Changing Teams? Note to consider: The following free agent prospects are more along the line of under-the-radar status, with […]

The Top 10 Most Indispensable New York Giants

Coach Coughlin is holding up one finger to signify Justin Tuck’s place on the list With the news that Mathias Kiwanuka will miss the rest of the season I began to wonder which players could the Giants least afford to lose to injury for a year? Obviously, like 95 percent of NFL teams the QB […]

NFL Gridiron Gab Week Four Preview – Chicago Bears at New York Giants

Urlacher is back to being the man in the middle. Q&A session with Giants Gab site editor Jeremy Fuchs Who is the most important player on the offensive side of the ball other than Eli? It has to be Ahmad Bradshaw.  Ahmad hasn’t had a huge game yet, and the Giants need him to be […]