Nov 252015
Larry Donnell, New York Giants (October 11, 2015)

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Former New York Giants linebacker Quincy Monk (2002-03), who was drafted by the team in the 7th round of the 2002 NFL Draft, has passed away at the age of 36 due to cancer (adenocarcinoma). He leaves behind a wife and two children.

TE Larry Donnell (neck), LG Justin Pugh (concussion), and LB Mark Herzlich (quad) did not practice on Wednesday.

Pugh is still experiencing concussion-like symptoms 17 days after he was injured against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on November 8th. Head Coach Tom Coughlin said that Pugh has improved “very little.”

The situation with Donnell is also sounding more serious. Donnell said on Monday that he was cleared to return to practice. “(Donnell) continues to have the issues,” said Coughlin.

“It’s not looking good,” said Donnell. “Monday, I was fine. I was out there running, jumping around. I felt good, but I had more tests to get cleared yesterday and they found something else. So I’ve got to go talk to them about it and see what’s going on…I feel fine now, but I mean obviously something is wrong, so we’ve just got to figure it out and see what the process is…We’ve got to make sure everything’s OK in there. That’s more than football you’re talking about, when it’s your neck.”

OC Weston Richburg (ankle) and LB J.T. Thomas (ankle) practiced on a limited basis.

“(Richburg) going to be limited and we’ll see,” said Coughlin before practice. “We expect to hope to have him take a limited number of snaps but take some snaps, and we’ll see.”

OG Geoff Schwartz (ankle), DE Damontre Moore (hamstring), LB Uani ‘Unga (neck),  CB Prince Amukamara (pectoral), and CB Leon McFadden (groin) fully practiced.

The transcript of Tom Coughlin’s press conference on Wednesday is available in The Corner Forum while the video is available at

The following transcripts and video of player media sessions on Wednesday are available in The Corner Forum and at


The Giants practice on Thursday and hold physical recovery cycles on Friday in advance of Sunday’s away game against the Washington Redskins.

Jan 122014
Jon Beason, New York Giants (October 27, 2013)

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New York Giants Meeting with Ben McAdoo Rescheduled for Monday: Due to inclement weather disrupting travel plans, the New York Giants meeting with Green Bay Packers quarterbacks coach Ben McAdoo was rescheduled for Monday according to The Bergen Record. McAdoo, who is interviewing for the Giants vacant offensive coordinator position, was originally scheduled to meet with the team on Saturday.

The Giants have already met with Mike Sullivan (ex-Tampa Bay offensive coordinator), Dowell Loggains (ex-Tennessee Titans offensive coordinator), and Karl Dorrell (ex-Houston Texans quarterbacks coach). The Giants may also interview other candidates for offensive coordinator.

Jon Beason Wants to Return to the New York Giants: Linebacker Jon Beason, who will be an unrestricted free agent when free agency begins on March 11, told The New York Daily News on Friday that he wants to re-sign with the Giants. The Giants acquired Beason via trade on October 4th from the Carolina Panthers for a 7th round pick in the 2014 NFL Draft.

“I know it’s something that we both want to get done,” said Beason. “(The Giants) expressed interest that they want me back and I told them that we want to be back. The thing about it is, it’s got to work for both parties. Though you anticipate that it will, you never know. So for me right now it’s a waiting game. It’s early. The season is still going on and a lot of things will happen between now and March 11. So all is well. I’ll be playing ball next year and hopefully I’m a Giant.”

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