Report – Giants Expected to Sign S Jeromy Miles: According to ESPN, the New York Giants are expected to sign unrestricted free agent safety Jeromy Miles (Baltimore Ravens).
Miles, who will turn 28 years old next week, is a big safety (6’2”, 211 pounds) with decent athletic ability. He has spent time with the Cincinnati Bengals (2010-13) and Ravens (2013-14). Primarily a career back-up, most of Miles’ experience coming on special teams. He has three career starts, two coming last season with Baltimore. He finished 2014 with 28 tackles and one interception, pass defense, and forced fumble. Miles was originally signed as an undrafted rookie free agent the Bengals after the 2010 NFL Draft.
Miles was also a teammate of wideouts Victor Cruz and Julian Talley at the University of Massachusetts.
Jason Pierre-Paul Released from the Hospital: New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul has reportedly been released from Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, Florida. Pierre-Paul suffered serious injuries to his right hand in a July 4th fireworks accident at his South Florida home. Pierre-Paul was a patient of the hospital for approximately 10 days.
There is still no concrete word on the true extent of Pierre-Paul’s injuries which are believed to include a right index finger amputation (including knuckle), fractured right thumb (requiring pins), skin grafts to his lower right arm, and possibly additional finger and hand fractures.
Giants.com Player Q&A’s: Video clips of Q&A sessions with the following players are available at Giants.com:
- OT Marshall Newhouse (Video)
- DE Robert Ayers (Video)
- DT Cullen Jenkins (Video)
- LS Zak DeOssie (Video)
Article on OG/OT Brandon Mosley: Brandon Mosley will have a real chance to win Giants’ RT job by Dan Schneier of FOXSports.com
Articles on DE Jason Pierre-Paul:
- At some point, Giants and Jason Pierre-Paul are going to have to talk money by Dan Graziano of ESPN.com
- JPP Is Trouble, but the Giants Need Him by Ross Tucker of SportsOnEarth.com
- Monday Morning MD: 10 things to know about Jason Pierre-Paul fireworks injury by Dr. David Chao for NationalFootballPost.com