BBI Online Live With Jerry Reese Archived: Last night’s special offseason edition of BigBlueInteractive.com’s (BBI’s) internet radio show dedicated exclusively to coverage of the New York Giants, BBI Online Live, has now been archived at Sports Talk Radio (BlogTalkRadio.com/STCP). You can play or download (recommended) the audio under the “Featured Episode” section (make sure you download the episode labeled 5/19/2010).
Last night’s guests were General Manager Jerry Reese and Pat Traina from InsideFootball.com.
Florida Times-Union Q&A With Head Coach Tom Coughlin: Winding Down? Not Tom Coughlin; Q&A With the New York Giants Head Coach by Gene Frenette of the Florida Times-Union
Giants.com Q&A With Center Shaun O’Hara: The video of a recent Giants.com Q&A with cornerback Aaron Ross is available at Giants.com
Article on Defensive Coordinator Perry Fewell and the Giants’ Defense: Fewell is the Catalyst to Spark Revival of Giants’ Defense by Bucky Brooks of NFL.com
Article on DE Justin Tuck: Tuck: Shoulder Is Stronger Every Day by Ohm Youngmisuk of ESPNNewYork.com
Notes and Quotes: The starting middle linebacker at the first Organized Team Activity (OTA) practice on Tuesday was Jonathan Goff.
WR Steve Smith on WR Ramses Barden: “I see him getting on the field this year and catching some TDs in the red zone and making some plays for us. He was a third-round pick, so I’m assuming they want to get him on the field to see what he can do.”
Smith on WR Hakeem Nicks: “Man, just an even better season. He just scratched the surface last season. We’ve seen what he can do, especially after the catch. He’s so good at that. I think he’s on a mission to put up even bigger numbers next season.”
Smith on which Giant he thinks will have a breakout season this year: “I would say Ahmad Bradshaw, because I think the WRs will all progress, but Bradshaw is ready to take his game to another level. He had his ankles and feet worked on, and he has enough talent and enough ability to make some big plays for us.”
Smith on his favorite route: “I would say a slug-go. That’s a slant-and-go. You can get the defender on his toes and make him guess. It’s difficult to defend, and fun to run. When I hear slug-go in the huddle, I’m licking my chops, hoping for one-on-one coverage!”