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All five of the rookies drafted in the first round in 2018 finished in the bottom 10 in QBR last season. How can they take the next step?
Jadeveon Clowney is among the players who could get tagged as early as Tuesday. NFL Nation reporters make their predictions.
ESPN Giants reporter Jordan Raanan sifts through the most realistic quarterback scenarios in this week's episode. It seems destined to come up Eli.
Nothing says "I love you" like an exquisite pun from your significant other's favorite NFL team. Here are some of the best from around the league, including from the league's leading Casanova, the Atlanta Falcons.
There's simply more supply than demand. If the 2019 QB market is a game of musical chairs, some 2018 starters are going to be left without a seat.
Will Dallas extend the contracts for three stars? What will Philly do with Nick Foles? Let's make offseason moves for the NFC East.
Geoff Schwartz joins ESPN Giants Reporter Jordan Raanan to discuss the final phase of the Giants offensive line rebuild.
Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield said Wednesday at the Cleveland Sports Awards that losing out on NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year honors to friendly rival Saquon Barkley -- or "Quads" -- will motivate him.
The Giants didn't pick up the 2019 contract option of veteran running back Jonathan Stewart, making him a free agent, a source confirmed to ESPN's Jordan Raanan. Stewart was scheduled to count $3.2 million against the salary cap.
Think really hard. You probably know who won MVP, and you should know who won the Super Bowl. But now that the NFL season is over, what else do you remember?
No. 2 overall draft pick Saquon Barkley, who rushed for 1,307 yards and 11 TDs for the Giants this season, was named the AP Offensive Rookie of the Year at the NFL Honors show.
Who's No. 1 in football?
Browns QB Baker Mayfield and Giants RB Saquon Barkley, the top two picks in last year's NFL draft, have a bet riding on the outcome of the AP NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year Award.
How to fix the Giants this offseason? ESPN Giants reporter Jordan Raanan has a plan.