Each day during training camp, we’re going to bring you four questions-and-answers with different Giants players. Up first is Giants safety Antrel Rolle, who spoke about the progress of the defense and its direction. Continue reading Four Downs with Safety Antrel Rolle
Last month, I had an opportunity to attend a special Father’s Day promotional event sponsored by Oral B and the March of Dimes that featured quarterback Eli Manning as its spokesperson as part of a special assignment. The following is some football talk that came from that “Q&A” with Manning. Continue reading Blog Bits: Quarterback Eli Manning
We begin the final week of our “Blog Bits” series hearing from tight end Adrien Robison, who has a golden opportunity to land a starting job if he can stay healthy and show that he can be productive. Continue reading Blog Bits: Tight End Adrien Robinson
We conclude our week of hearing from the assistant coaches with a few thoughts from cornerbacks coach Peter Giunta. Continue reading Blog Bits: Cornerbacks Coach Peter Giunta
Here is the final part of our two-part interview with safeties coach David Merritt. Continue reading Blog Bits: Safeties Coach David Merritt, Part 2
We continue our focus on the assistant coaches with this, the first part of two with safeties coach David Merritt, who provides an overview of two of the younger safeties in his room, Cooper Taylor and Nat Berhe.
Merritt also spoke about the challenge of picking up the pieces after former safety Will Hill forced the team’s hand with his failure to abide by the league rules. Continue reading Blog Bits: Safeties Coach David Merritt, Part 1
We’re about halfway through our annual “Blog Bits” series and we still have a fantastic interview with linebacker Spencer Paysinger coming up.
For the time being, though, we turn our attention to the interviews we were able to get with the assistant coaches that did not appear on Giants.com, ether in the videos or in the transcripts.
First up is new running backs coach Craig Johnson, who was an assistant coach at Rutgers the same time we were an undergraduate student. We managed to get a couple of questions in with Johnson before a crowd came over to join the session.
Here is the final installment of our two-part Blog Bit with Geoff Schwartz. For this particular blog bit, we changed things up a bit to explore the lighter side of the very affable Schwartz.
Special thanks to Inside Football intern Emily Iannaconi for input on this Q&A.