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  • #16
    http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2016/01/...eeting-owners/

    Coughlin Set To Meet With Giants Owners To Discuss His Fate EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (CBSNewYork)Tom Coughlin is still the head coach of the New York Giants — for now.
    Coughlin will meet with team owners at 1 p.m. Monday. According to various players, at a team meeting Monday morning, Coughlin did not mention his future.
    "There’s unfinished business," coach Barry Trotz said.

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    • #17
      Coughlin out

      https://twitter.com/AdamSchefter/sta...90400542441473

      Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter Tom Coughlin has informed his coaching staff that the Giants are making a head coaching change, source tells ESPN.
      It's time but I am still sorry to see it. A great coach who brought us 2 unforgettable Super Bowls. He will always have the love and respect of Giants fans.

      Reese had better be next.
      "There’s unfinished business," coach Barry Trotz said.

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      • #18
        http://www.giants.com/news-and-blogs...f-94187404388b

        Tom Coughlin released a statement Monday, and will step down as head coach of the Giants



        “I met with John Mara and Steve Tisch this afternoon, and I informed them that it is in the best interest of the organization that I step down as head coach. I strongly believe the time is right for me and my family, and as I said, the Giants organization.

        “It has been an honor and a privilege to serve as head coach of the New York Football Giants. This is a not a sad occasion for me. I have spent 15 years with this organization as an assistant and head coach and was fortunate to be part of three Super Bowl winning teams. A Lombardi Trophy every five years is an achievement in which we all take great pride.

        “Obviously, the past three years have not been what any of us expect, and as head coach, I accept the responsibility for those seasons.

        “I think it has been evident these last 12 years here how much pride I take in representing this franchise. I am gratified and proud that we were able to deliver two more Lombardi trophies to the display case in our lobby during that time. That is a tribute to our players and staff, and it was truly fulfilling to be the leader of those teams.

        “I appreciate the support of John and his family and Steve and his family, and of Jerry Reese and his staff. I think our organization is a great representation of what I mean when I talk about ‘team’.

        “Finally, I would be remiss if I did not thank my wife Judy and our four children and their spouses and our 11 (soon to be 12) grandchildren. None of this would have been possible without their unconditional love and support.”
        "There’s unfinished business," coach Barry Trotz said.

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        • #19
          That he has not already been hired as head coach of the Dallas Cowboys is an indictment of Jerry Jones as a perfect moron.
          The object is to win. Not just to compete, but to win.

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          • #20
            http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2016/01/...one-interview/

            Giants Interview Marrone, Eagles To Talk With Coughlin
            Meanwhile, the Giants have given the Eagles permission to interview Coughlin, 69, for their head coaching vacancy, according to multiple reports. The interview will likely occur Monday, ESPN reported.
            During his farewell news conference Tuesday, Coughlin said he wasn’t necessarily done with coaching.
            Can you imagine?
            "There’s unfinished business," coach Barry Trotz said.

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            • #21
              That would be a great move by Philly.
              The object is to win. Not just to compete, but to win.

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              • #22
                https://twitter.com/AdamSchefter/sta...34718845628416
                Browns and Hue Jackson have reached agreement, per sources. Press conference to introduce him later today.
                He was supposed to interview with the Giants tomorrow. So he took the Browns job without even talking to the Giants? Wow.
                "There’s unfinished business," coach Barry Trotz said.

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                • #23
                  https://twitter.com/AdamSchefter/sta...47265003216896

                  Giants finalizing deal to hire OC Ben McAdoo, per sources. Expectation is it will get done.
                  I'm not sure how I feel about this. On the one hand Eli has thrived under McAdoo, and is at a point in his career where starting again in a new system may not be ideal

                  On the other hand, it seems like ownership is holding Coughlin 100% responsible for the team's failures. Keep Reese, promote McAdoo. Keep Spags too? So where is the change that is needed. I am on board with moving on from Coughlin, but not with holding him 100% responsible. Because he absolutely was not.

                  "There’s unfinished business," coach Barry Trotz said.

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                  • #24
                    I am glad to see that at least the Giants are making changes on the staff. It's not ALL Coughlin's fault, I guess.

                    http://www.bigblueinteractive.com/20...ry-interviews/

                    "There’s unfinished business," coach Barry Trotz said.

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                    • #25
                      https://twitter.com/NFL/status/691636687227768833

                      NFL @NFL Congratulations to @Giants QB Eli Manning on being named a #WPMOY finalist! http://on.nfl.com/1QvsCws #NFLHonors pic.twitter.com/LKdjTJncqD






                      "There’s unfinished business," coach Barry Trotz said.

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                      • #26
                        http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap300...ter-11-seasons

                        Justin Tuck announces retirement after 11 seasons

                        Two-time Super Bowl champion Justin Tuck announced his retirement from the NFL on Monday.
                        "After months of praying and careful consideration, I have decided to retire from the game of football. I've had 11 great years and honestly I leave with very few regrets," Tuck wrote in a Facebook post.
                        "I'm thankful to my family and close friends for their unwavering support. My beautiful wife and kids have dedicated their lives to being my closest support system and I'm eternally grateful."
                        Tuck played 11 seasons, nine with the New York Giants where he won two Super Bowl rings, made two Pro Bowls and was named first-team All-Pro in 2008. The versatile defensive lineman spent the last two seasons with the Oakland Raiders. Tuck suffered a torn pectoral in October and missed the rest of his final season, playing just five games.
                        A great Giant. They should sign him to a 1 day contract so he can retire as a Giant.
                        "There’s unfinished business," coach Barry Trotz said.

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                        • #27
                          http://www.giants.com/news-and-blogs...a-816a1606a722

                          A look at the updated Giants O-Line depth

                          The new era of Giants football has come to the offensive line.

                          On Wednesday, the team released left tackle Will Beatty and guard Geoff Schwartz, two veterans who have combined to play 158 games with 103 starts in their NFL careers, including postseason.

                          Beatty, a second-round draft pick by the Giants in 2009, played in 82 games with 63 starts for Big Blue. He missed only one game from 2012-14 before a torn pectoral muscle cost him the entire 2015 season. Schwartz, a 6-foot-6, 340-pound lineman who previously played for Carolina, Minnesota, and Kansas City, signed with the Giants as a free agent in 2014. But injuries caused him to miss 14 games in his first year with the Giants and five more last season.
                          I am fine with letting go of Schwartz, who could not stay on the field. Beatty I am not as sure of.

                          The line looks OK to me from center to the left. But damn that right side is suspect and needs help.


                          "There’s unfinished business," coach Barry Trotz said.

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                          • #28
                            http://web.yesnetwork.com/news/artic...90497216&oid=0

                            New York Giants to induct Tom Coughlin, Ernie Accorsi and Justin Tuck to team's Ring of Honor

                            EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) - Coach Tom Coughlin, former general manager Ernie Accorsi and recently retired defensive end Justin Tuck are being inducted into the New York Giants' Ring of Honor.

                            The Giants announced Tuesday that the trio will be honored on Nov. 14 at a halftime ceremony of a game at MetLife Stadium against the Cincinnati Bengals.

                            The honor for Coughlin comes less than a year after the man who led the Giants to two Super Bowls agreed to leave the team after missing the playoffs for the fourth straight year.

                            Accorsi acquired the majority of the players on the team that won the Super Bowl in February 2008, 15 of whom were on the team that won another title four years later. Coughlin coached those teams. Tuck played on them, and was a captain of the squad that defeated New England in 2012.

                            The ring will now have 42 members.
                            "There’s unfinished business," coach Barry Trotz said.

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                            • #29
                              https://twitter.com/BobGlauber/statu...38935545556992

                              Wellington Mara was born 100 years ago Sunday. His son will commemorate the day with visit to WTM's gravesite. https://t.co/WPMa0X0nJ9


                              "There’s unfinished business," coach Barry Trotz said.

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                              • #30
                                http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2016/08/...own-suspended/

                                Giants Kicker Josh Brown Suspended For Season Opener For Violating NFL Personal Conduct Policy

                                EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — Giants kicker Josh Brown has been suspended without pay for the season opener after the NFL said he violated its personal conduct policy, the team announced Wednesday.

                                It wasn’t clear Wednesday afternoon what led to the suspension.

                                Brown will be eligible to participate in all preseason practices and games. He won’t be allowed to be around the team following the final preseason game and can return on Sept. 12, a day after the Giants open the season at Dallas.
                                "There’s unfinished business," coach Barry Trotz said.

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