Tag: New York Giants

Jason Garrett Hired as Giants’ Offensive Coordinator, to Become Lone Man Clapping for Giants in MetLife Stadium

by Alex Poletti
Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images

The New York Giants confirmed on friday that former Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett has agreed to become the next offensive coordinator of the New York Giants following disappointing seasons for both parties. As an added benefit, Garrett will become the first and only person to clap for the Giants’ offense next season. Continue reading “Jason Garrett Hired as Giants’ Offensive Coordinator, to Become Lone Man Clapping for Giants in MetLife Stadium”

Eli Manning Finds Out From Twitter That He’s Retiring

by Alex Poletti
Photo by Brad Penner/USA Today Sports

After a borderline Hall of Fame career spanning 15 years, Eli Manning is finally hanging up the cleats. The only problem is that no one has told Eli Manning yet. Twitter has started praising Manning for his work as the quarterback of the New York Giants, using hashtags like #10FarewellTour, despite the signal caller not making an official announcement about his future.

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Eli Manning Inducted into Manning Family Hall of Fame

by Alex Poletti

On his 15th and final year of eligibility, Giants quarterback Eli Manning was inducted into his own family’s football hall of fame. In an intimate ceremony, the two-time Superbowl winner thanked his family for their support throughout his life, and for voting him into the exclusive club.

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