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When the New York Giants signed undrafted free agents Nate Harvey, an edge rusher out of East Carolina, and Jacob Thieneman, a safety out of Purdue, they were hoping to find diamonds in the rough.

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Unfortunately for the Giants, they may not know what they have for quite some time.

Neither Harvey nor Thieneman practiced on Saturday, the second day of the team’s three-day minicamp, with Harvey spotted on the sideline sporting a pair of crutches.

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Safety Jacob Thieneman and OLB Nate Harvey not practicing today. Thieneman has wrap on right leg, Harvey has a crutch and he’s sitting on a cooler on the side as stretch begins.

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Coach Pat Shurmur told reporters on Saturday evening that both Harvey and Thieneman suffered non-contact knee injuries that require surgery, potentially ending the season for each player.

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Pat Shurmur said two players, S Jacob Thieneman and LB Nate Harvey, have what appear to be serious injuries that might require surgery, Both non-contact injuries. Both are undrafted free agents.After releasing inside linebacker Alec Ogletree at the end of February, the Giants were in need of a replacement who could not only play his position, but also be a leader of the defense. They filled that need by signing Authentic Blake Martinez Jersey, a four-year starter for the Green Bay Packers who wore the communication helmet and relayed the defensive calls from the coaching staff.

Martinez was originally a fourth round pick of the Packers (131st overall) in the 2016 draft. He is entering his fifth season and the prime seasons of his career. A three-down inside off-ball linebacker, he played the ninth-most snaps of any such linebacker in 2019 (1,024 snaps), the fifth-most in 2018 (1,050 snaps) and the 13th-most in his second season in 2017 (978). He was often the only off-ball linebacker on the field for the Packers in passing situations.

Martinez played in all 48 regular season games the past three seasons and started in both Packers’ playoff games last season. He played through a fractured hand last season and has proven to be durable.

Martinez is a tackling machine, landing in the top seven in solo tackles each of the last three seasons, and the top three in combined tackles. He tied for the league lead in solo tackles in 2017.

Pro Football Focus tracks tackling efficiency, a number that represents the number of attempted tackles per miss. He was 22nd of 58 linebackers who played over 500 snaps in 2019, despite playing with a fractured hand for part of the season. If you average out the last three seasons, he was 27th in the league in tackling efficiency, which puts him in the top half of the league.

His tape from 2018 and 2019 shows Martinez is a sound tackler. He knows how to find his way to the ball due to his football intelligence, preparation and instincts, whether it is in the run or pass game.

What jumps out watching Martinez’s tape is his ability to quickly diagnose what the offense is trying to do. He only ran a 4.71 40 yard dash at the combine but his football intelligence allows him to make up for his lack of top-end speed. His impressive 6.98 three-cone drill shows his agility and explains why he is impressive in small space around the ball in the middle of the field.

This was an interesting excerpt from Pro Football Focus’ analysis of Martinez’ play so far in his career.

“After multiple years of strong grading at Stanford and now multiple seasons in the NFL, as well, Blake Martinez has shown all the qualities necessary to be a superstar linebacker and complete player – he’s just never shown all the qualities at the same time. He has earned top-level grades in all facets of the game but hasn’t been able to put them all together in the same season…”

In 2017, PFF graded Martinez’s run defense as his best asset. In 2018, it was his coverage, where his grade was eighth-best among inside linebackers. It was nearly identical to Cory Littleton, and better than big names like Leighton Vander Esch, Jaylon Smith and Darius Leonard. In 2019, his pass rush was his highest graded attribute. He had different deficiencies in each of those seasons, too.

2018 is an interesting season to explore, given Martinez was coached by current Giants defensive coordinator Patrick Graham, who was the Packers linebacker coach and defensive run game coordinator that season. Martinez was used more as a pass rusher that season than in any season of his career, and did his best work in coverage.

When you watch Martinez the last two seasons, he is not often asked to cover running backs and tight ends running down the field in man on man coverage. There aren’t many plays where you see the ball soaring over his head resulting in big plays. He is often used as a zone player in the middle of the field, where he is tasked with reading the quarterback and keeping plays in front of him, where he excelled in 2018.

During this play against the Bears from Week One of the 2018 season, Martinez drops into zone coverage, and reads where Mitch Trubisky is looking to go with the football. He slides toward where Trubisky’s vision brings him and positions himself underneath the wide receiver the quarterback is targeting. Martinez just misses an interception while forcing an incompletion.

The next play is my favorite from the Martinez tape I watched. It looks as though he has zone responsibility in the deep middle of the field in a cover-two defense. Adam Thielin is lined up in the slot and shoots down the field between the hashes. Martinez recognizes him and stays over the top in tight coverage. When Kirk Cousins realizes his first option isn’t open, he steps up in the pocket and rolls slightly to his right. Martinez watches Cousins and leaves Thielin to dive in front of Stefon Diggs to knock the pass away.

The third play starts with a fake blitz against Matthew Stafford and the Lions in Week 17 of the 2018 season. Martinez fakes coming up the middle and then drops into coverage. He sees Stafford is looking to get the ball out quickly, and gets into the passing lane to knock the ball away. It is another case of reading the offense and anticipating where the ball is going.

The next play shows Martinez’s ability to read and react to a screen pass against the Redskins. It looks like he has man coverage responsibility against the running back. He anticipates the screen long before it develops based off player movement, probably due to his film study, and breaks up the pass with a big hit on the running back as the ball arrives.

Martinez was used 84 times as a blitzer in 2018. He had five sacks that season, and PFF credited him with 15 hurries. He is willing to use his power to go through running backs, but this play shows him using his quickness to get around veteran Rams center John Sullivan through the A-gap for a sack on Jared Goff.

On run defense, Martinez excels on plays that don’t get outside the numbers. On this run off-tackle, he uses his hands to evade a cut-block by the 49ers center, flows through traffic and fills the hole to make the play.

The final play shows his ability to quickly diagnose and get downhill. After directing traffic pre-snap to account for the player who went in motion, he reads the running back and fullback at the snap. He flows quickly to the hole, too fast for a 49ers offensive lineman to get to the second level to block him, and makes the play.

It will be interesting to see how Giants defensive coordinator Patrick Graham decides to deploy Martinez and how his experience coaching him in 2018 impacts that thinking. If he can be as effective for the Giants in 2020 as he was for Green Bay in 2018, especially in coverage and as a pass rusher, he will be an enormously impactful player.

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The injuries are a dark cloud for two talented rookies looking to jump-start their respective careers. They leave the Giants with two additional spots on their 90-man roster.

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If an app existed to objectively calculate the ideal team for an NFL free agent based on his wish list, it would have led Authentic Cameron Fleming Jersey to the New York Giants.

Fleming sought playing time and familiarity. With the Giants, he finds a hole at right tackle and three familiar leaders — head coach Joe Judge, offensive coordinator Jason Garrett and offensive line coach Marc Colombo.

Without pioneering technology, but with an assist from agent Kyle Strongin, Fleming agreed to a one-year, $4 million contract with the Giants earlier this week. He spent the past two seasons making six starts and appearing in 28 games for the Dallas Cowboys, where Garrett was head coach and Colombo coached the offensive line.

“I saw an opportunity that I could go compete for a position and really have a chance to play,” Fleming told The Post. “I feel comfortable with that playbook after doing it for two years already. I think it increases my chance to play even more.”

The big changes come in learning new personnel, like blocking for lateral runner Saquon Barkley instead of Ezekiel Elliott. Fleming describes Garrett’s philosophy as “predicated on physicality up front,” which suits his skill-set.

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Asked to self-scout for Giants fans, Fleming said, “Hopefully, they are getting a smart, tough lineman who can get down and dirty in the trenches and pass-protect his [butt] off.”

Fleming is penciled in as a starter, but the Giants are expected to address the offensive line with one of their first two draft picks. If they select a tackle, Fleming isn’t going to run from the challenge.

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“I don’t know what their plans are for the offensive line beyond what they have now,” Fleming said, “but I know there is an opening there that hasn’t been filled yet, and I’d like to go in there and try to take it.”

Fleming, 27, spent his first four seasons with the New England Patriots, where part of his responsibility included special-teams blocking under Judge as coordinator. He chuckled at the memory of the “energy and enthusiasm” Judge brought to tackling drills and meetings, from which offensive linemen were excused.

As the only Giant with an insider’s viewpoint, how does Fleming foresee a Judge-Garrett hierarchy?

“They are both incredibly hard-working and knowledgeable,” he said. “I think they are going to work well together. It will be a great combination of coaches from two different cultures who come together and make this team special. If you think a coach is knowledgeable about what’s going on in the offense, then he garners a lot of respect.”

The Giants expressed mild interest in Fleming during free agency in 2018, after signing Nate Solder. But they opted (wrongly) to stick with Ereck Flowers at right tackle rather than stealing two Patriots bookends.

“Definitely this time I felt like it was a better spot for me,” Fleming said. “It feels good to have a place to go. Once you become a free agent, everything is left up in the air.”

The Giants seemingly sent out a Stanford alumni reunion letter during free agency, adding Fleming, Blake Martinez and Levine Toilolo to a roster that includes Authentic Kaden Smith Jersey and, if he re-signs, Michael Thomas. Actually, Fleming was recently training at Stanford, but flew home mid-week to Dallas.

Because of the recommended self-quarantine due to the coronavirus, professional athletes need creative ways to stay fit.

“I’m doing pushups, sit-ups and squats in the house,” Fleming said. “Hopefully, I can find somewhere that’s open and get back to work soon.”

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Eli Manning turned over a potentially incriminating email earlier this month in connection with a lawsuit that claims the quarterback, the New York Giants and a team equipment manager knowingly provided false game-worn memorabilia to collectors.

The email was included in a court filing in Bergen County (N.J.) Superior Court by the plaintiffs — collectors Eric Inselberg, Michael Jakab and Sean Godown — who first filed suit three years ago.

On April 27, 2010, Manning sent an email to Giants head equipment manager Joe Skiba asking for “two helmets that can pass as game used.” The email was initiated after Manning was sent a note by Alan Zucker, his marketing agent throughout his career, to come up with some equipment to satisfy his obligation to provide such materials to sports memorabilia company Steiner Sports.

The plaintiffs’ lawyer, Brian Brook of Clinton, Brook & Peed, told ESPN that the email, included among roughly 200 pages of documents Manning produced as part of legal discovery, was key to specifically linking the quarterback to the lawsuit, which alleges an elaborate scheme to produce, pass off and sell memorabilia as game-used that was not.
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Prior to that email, the lawsuit had included only an alleged conversation between Manning and Skiba to put together some equipment that could be described as game-used. The lawsuit alleges that Manning not only had been aware of the passing off of inauthentic items of his as game-used but also was party to their creation.

The suit also alleges that the Giants were complicit by deleting the email from their accounts.

“The email, taken out of context, was shared with the media by an unscrupulous memorabilia dealer and his counsel who for years has been seeking to leverage a big payday,” McCarter & English, the law firm representing the Giants in the case, said in a statement. “The email predates any litigation, and there was no legal obligation to store it on the Giants server. Eli Manning is well known for his integrity and this is just the latest misguided attempt to defame his character.”

The release of the email to the public record through the filing was first reported by the New York Post.

Brook said that, based on what he believes was the Giants’ cooperation with authorities, his client, Inselberg, was one of six memorabilia dealers indicted for selling fake game-used items after an FBI investigation. The charges against Inselberg were dropped when the Justice Department admitted it lacked evidence, and Inselberg, believing his reputation was greatly damaged, then filed the lawsuit against the Giants.

The Giants conducted an internal investigation in 2011 into their selling and producing of game-used memorabilia.

The plaintiffs’ claim around that specific investigation has been dismissed, but Brook is still arguing that the results of the investigation should be admissible in court. Brook said the Giants have subpoenaed 70 connections to Inselberg and still have not been able to find any evidence that he fabricated any memorabilia.

Inselberg, who loaned many pieces of his collection to a memorabilia collection inside MetLife Stadium, said he had purchased hundreds of game-used items directly from the Giants’ equipment managers. Inselberg alleges that he was sold many of the game-used items, including a Michael Strahan Super Bowl game-used jersey that was authenticated and photo matched, despite the fact that the Giants presented another jersey to Strahan and told him that that was his jersey from the game.

The lawsuit claims other allegedly fake items included ones described as game-used from Manning, Osi Umenyiora and Tiki Barber.

It is not likely that Manning, the Giants or their employees would be subject to criminal prosecution as the alleged actions in question have passed the federal five-year statute of limitations.

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Last summer, Manning made a splash as ‘Bad Comedian’ Eli Manning in his 2015 Sunday Ticket spot. But his best work has always been done with brother Peyton Manning, including such classics as “Fantasy Football Fantasy” and “Football On Your Phone.”

Peyton has his own new commercial as well, lampooning his new life as a retired man. “I have seen some of Peyton’s DIRECTV commercials. It’s some pretty good stuff,” Eli said at the start of training camp.

Eli Manning is having a strong training camp so far. Manning has made every throw, every read the summer. He appears to be at the top of his game at age 35. Logic would say that might be a mirage, though, given he’s on the wrong side of 30.

The Giants opened the 2011 season with a slow start, losing to the rival Washington Redskins 14-28 in an emotional game for both fanbases on the 10th anniversary of the September 11 attacks.[90] Manning completed 18 of 32 passes for 268 yards but threw a costly interception in the 3rd quarter to Ryan Kerrigan, who returned it for a touchdown and swung the momentum of the game. However, the Giants would recover and win their next three games, including over the arch-rival Philadelphia Eagles. During this streak, Manning improved, throwing for 8 touchdowns and 1 interception.[91]

Perhaps the struggle of the offensive line this summer is in some way attributable to what Eli Manning does not do much of during the summer.

In the course of a real game, Manning is given more responsibility at the line of scrimmage than most NFL quarterbacks. The Giants pay him the big bucks for many reasons, and his acumen and smarts when it comes to deciphering what an opposing defense is doing is one of his most valuable attributes.

After a 6-2 start, including a 24-20 last-minute comeback by Manning over the New England Patriots that evoked comparisons to Super Bowl XLII,[92] the Giants entered a tough stretch of their schedule, facing off against the San Francisco 49ers, the New Orleans Saints, and the Green Bay Packers, the respective eventual NFC West, South, and North champions. The Giants would lose all three games as well as falling to the Philadelphia Eagles at home, leading them into a 4-game skid and once again putting their postseason hopes in jeopardy. However, unlike the previous three seasons, the Giants would finish strong, winning 3 of their last 4 games. This included a key win over their crosstown rival New York Jets as well as a sweep of their fellow division rival Dallas Cowboys. In the final regular season game against the Cowboys, Manning threw for 346 yards and 3 touchdowns, giving the Giants the win, the NFC East title and a playoff berth for the first time in 3 years.[91]

As we enter the third week of the preseason, today we take a look at NFL.com’s 2016 All-Pro projections and Eli Manning is holding down the quarterback spot. It would be the first such honor for the two-time Super Bowl MVP.