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2016 Schedule
11-5, 2nd in NFC East
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2hJordan Raanan and Mike Reiss

Giants open to idea of Geno being heir to Eli

Ben McAdoo says it's possible that newly signed quarterback Geno Smith could one day be Eli Manning's heir apparent with the Giants.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Giants coach Ben McAdoo holds court with reporters at the NFL annual meeting in Arizona, as Cowboys coach Jason Garrett draws a massive crowd behind him. Both coaches were expected to meet the press on Wednesday morning, but moved their session to Tuesday afternoon as the meeting ended early.

Marshall hopes to see more players involved in owners' meetings (0:41)
Marshall to offer experience to help Beckham (0:44)
Marshall says Oakland was his favorite place to play (0:34)

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Giants receiver Brandon Marshall reached out to receiver Odell Beckham, Jr., but said their relationship will develop "organically." Marshall called Beckham "the ultimate competitor." He wants Beckham to stay on his same path. "It's easy to cross the line." Marshall said. "He'll grow."


John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Giants receiver Brandon Marshall called Oakland his favorite place to play when he was with Denver. He said he used to throw trash into the crowd before games -- and the fans would throw it back. It got him "juiced" for the game.


John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Giants receiver Brandon Marshall said he does have concerns about the Raiders expected move to Las Vegas. He said it could be tough on young players because there's "access to so much."

AP Photo/Seth Wenig
1dKevin Seifert

Giants' Marshall addresses NFL brass in AZ

New York Giants receiver Brandon Marshall addressed a variety of issues in a well-received speech to NFL team owners at league meetings being held in Phoenix.


John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Giants receiver Brandon Marshall said he always welcomes an opportunity to meet with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, as he did today at the owners meetings. Marshall wants more players to have a "seat at the table."

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Giants WR Brandon Marshall holds court with reporters at the NFL's annual meeting in Arizona. Marshall had addressed owners, coaches and executives on Monday morning about the importance of relationships with players. 49ers owner Jed York tweeted that it was "easily the best speech" he's heard at a league meeting.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

New York Giants WR Brandon Marshall said he received an invitation from the league to address owners here this week, discussing how to create a better relationship between owners and players.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Giants roster construction at the moment has 8 defensive ends, 3 defensive tackles. They will add DTs either in free agency and/or the draft.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Keenan Robinson's new deal with Giants is believed to come with a $3 million cap figure. He can earn up to $4 million with bonuses and incentives.

Dan Graziano ESPN Staff Writer 

Johnathan Hankins is an unrestricted free agent. That gives him some say in his situation. Most players get that once or twice in a career, if they're lucky. At this point, his choices are (a) take one of the offers he doesn't like or (b) wait for one he does. It's march 24 – nearly two months before NFL teams begin their offseason programs. What's the rush? Hankins believes, based on his performance, that he should get a multi-year deal at a certain salary level, and he's right. His problem is that the defensive tackle market isn't supporting his expectations, as guys like Bennie Logan and Dontari Poe have had to settle for one-year deals. But put yourself in his situation. With no real deadline to decide, would you be in a rush to accept the salary and contract terms the lever-pullers in your chosen profession have decided makes sense for you? Or would you stay true to your belief in yourself and your talents, and continue to try to get what you think you're worth? I'm sure there are people reading this who fall into either category, but I personally think it's admirable in some respects for Hankins to put himself in the latter one.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Michigan DL Ryan Glasgow said he met with the Saints, Ravens and Giants. The Eagles are coming in to meet with him Monday. He will go to local pro day with the Bears and met with Colts today.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

The Giants have 71 players signed and are $9,389,876 under the salary cap, per NFLPA records. For what? Hmm. There is a defensive tackle on the market they wouldn't mind re-signing.

Team Stats

Passing Yards242.417th
Rushing Yards88.329th
Points For19.426th
Points Against17.82nd