Giants Weekly Rewind: Memorial Day remembrance


Memorial Day isn’t just an excuse for a three-day weekend. It’s a solemn remembrance of the Americans who gave their lives for the freedoms we all cherish.


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For those who don’t know the difference, Memorial Day and Veteran’s Day do not celebrate the same thing. Veteran’s Day is designated to honor all who have served in the military; however, Memorial Day is reserved for tribute to those who died while serving in the American armed forces.

Cover32 Giants would like to thank all the lives that were lost so we can live free. We all live in their honor.

On a far less serious note, are you going through some New York Giants off-season withdraw? The only antidote is more Giants’ news. Let’s take a look back at the giant stories from this week.

OTAs/training camp news…

  • Giants OTAs: Quotes from players, coaches
    • On Monday, the New York Giants held their first of ten organized team activities (OTAs). The players and coaches shared their initial thoughts on the team as a whole. (READ)
  • Andre Williams: Make or break training camp
    • It’s a very crowded New York Giants’ backfield going into training camp this summer. Is Andre Williams in jeopardy of losing his roster spot? (READ)
  • Giants’ camp: Three position battles to watch
    • With the New York Giants’ training camp approaching, there are three key position battles to watch: free safety, tight end and middle linebacker. (READ)

2016 predictions…

  • #ManningMondays: 2016 MVP Candidate?
    • Eli Manning has already been a two-time Super Bowl MVP and champion, but could 2016 be the year he wins his first NFL MVP? (READ)
  • Giants 2016: Breakout season for JPP?
    • Former New York Giants players are betting on JPP for the 2016 season. With all the offseason defensive upgrades, do you believe in JPP too? (READ)
  • Shane Vereen: Giants offensive X factor
    • Coming off that great Super Bowl XLIX performance, Shane Vereen quickly signed with the New York Giants last offseason. He hasn’t shined in New York, yet. Could Shane Vereen be a key X factor for the Giants offense in 2016? (READ)

Thanks for reading… GO BIG BLUE !!!

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