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One of Bill Belichick’s rules for his New England Patriots players is to “speak for yourself.”

Former GM and Belichick confidant Michael Lombardi and former Patriots tackle Nate Solder both told me that last fall for a story on Belichick’s “Patriot Way.”

“Their four things when you walk in are do your job, be attentive, put the team first, and speak for yourself,” Lombardi said. “Speak for yourself means you don’t speak about other guys’ business, and no one answers for you. You answer for yourself [to media].”

Solder nodded: “Be prepared. Speak for yourself. And don’t fuel the noise.”

Fast forward to Tuesday afternoon, then, and listen to new Giant Authentic Nate Ebner Jersey describe his longtime Patriots special teams coach, Joe Judge, and the culture he’ll bring to the Giants:

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“I’m going to let Joe speak for himself on what his message and culture and all that stuff that he wants to do,” Ebner, 31, said in his introductory conference call, in New York on a one-year deal. “I can tell you this, whatever that will be, not only from Joe but the rest of that coaching staff, I’m going to do the best that I can to do it to the best of my ability. Whatever capacity they need me in, whatever I’m asked to do, I’m going to do it, and I’m going to do it the best I can.

“That, to me, is what I kind of watched in New England some great players do,” he added. “That’s kind of a mindset that as a team, if we can all buy in together, then we’ll be in there playing for each other. That’s what great teams do, is play for each other. At the end of the day, I’m going to do what’s asked of me and I’m going to do it to the best of my ability.”

The ‘Patriot Way’ will surely be reflected in the Giants locker room with head coach Joe Judge and now Nate Ebner.
The ‘Patriot Way’ will surely be reflected in the Giants locker room with head coach Joe Judge and now Nate Ebner.(Elise Amendola/AP)
Speak for yourself? Check. Do your job? Check. Put the team first? Check. Be attentive? Check. Don’t fuel the noise? Check.

Of course, it should come as no surprise that Ebner still sounded like a Patriot in his first interview as a Giant. Obviously, that’s part of the reason he’s here.

Judge brought Ebner with him primarily due to his on-field reliability as a core and exclusive special teamer. But Ebner also came into the NFL in 2012, Judge’s first season on the Patriots’ special teams staff.

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So their eight years together makes Ebner as qualified as anyone to be one of Judge’s conduits to the new Giants locker room. And Ebner made clear he has a high opinion of Judge.

“Joe works extremely hard,” Ebner said. “He is an extremely hard worker, he pays attention to the details. He really pays attention to the details. He comes to work with a lot of energy and he did that consistently over the eight years that I’ve known him. I think that is a genuine part of him. I think he is going to bring that same energy and hopefully that same attention to detail and work ethic.

“At the end of the day, he cares a lot about his guys,” Ebner continued. “I can’t say that about a lot of coaches. I think that’s special, and I think that’s hopefully going to want to make a lot of players play for him.”

Personally, Ebner is unique in facing the repercussions of the current COVID-19 pandemic on the sports world from both a player’s and owner’s perspective.

He and former Patriots teammate Patrick Chung are part owners of the New England Free Jacks, an expansion Major League Rugby franchise that just had its inaugural season cancelled.

“It’s unfortunate for the guys and the fans,” Ebner, a former U.S. Olympian in rugby, said. “Especially this being the first year for the Free Jacks. I feel bad for the fan base and the people that have been waiting to see them go out there and play. I feel bad for everyone in the country. Everyone has a situation that they are having to deal with.”

Ebner said his primary job, however, is as an NFL football player. And with the Giants, clearly, it will be to bring elements of Judge’s way, of the “Patriots’ Way,” to his new club.

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When the New York Giants signed undrafted free agents Authentic Nate Harvey Jersey, 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.

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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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Football works when each player does what he is asked.

In Green Bay, Blake Martinez accepted the role of “clean-up guy” as he was often the only true linebacker on the field. Authentic Kyler Fackrell Jersey, meanwhile, became a role player for the Packers last season after having 10.5 sacks the year before that.

The great mystery is what the Giants defense will look like under coordinator/assistant head coach Patrick Graham, but if Martinez has any say, it would include more Fackrell as the two Arizona natives reunite.

“He’s an amazing player and I think there is a lot of things that he hasn’t been able to show because of certain kind of depth chart things, certain roles he was placed into,” Martinez said Monday during his introductory conference call with Giants reporters. “Obviously, he had a 10-sack season two years ago. This last year he was a role player that stepped in and did a lot of great things.”

After Fackrell’s breakout season, his third in the NFL, the Packers signed former Raven Za’Darius Smith and former Redskin Preston Smith. They each went on to post double-digit sack totals in 2019 while Fackrell’s dropped to just one. In 2019, Fackrell played 422 defensive snaps with no starts. The year before, he had 623 snaps and seven starts.

Joe Judge has made it clear in his first three months as head coach of the Giants that every player will have an opportunity to compete for a job. They will have to earn it, though.

“I think he is one of the best zone coverage linebackers in the NFL in my opinion,” Martinez said of Fackrell. “What he has been able to do for us and what he’s been asked to do, he’s done a phenomenal job and I know he is going to be a great asset to this team and show people a lot of great things this year.”

In addition to their reunion, Martinez and Fackrell also have experience with Graham, who spent the 2018 season as the Green Bay Packers’ inside linebackers coach and defensive run game coordinator. Mike Pettine took over as defensive coordinator that year.

“Just from understanding Pat and what he is looking for and how he put forth certain things in Coach Pettine’s defense, I think it’s just the aggressive nature,” Martinez said. “Everyone working together, everyone on the same page, everyone communicating. Everyone is going to know exactly where to be and what to do on every given call. There’s not going to be much, if any, mental errors at all. I know he stressed that a bunch.

“I don’t know if it is going to be simple but it will be understood by all 11 that are out there. Overall, there is going to be a lot of freedom for me to make checks, make calls and adjustments on a given play pre-snap to give guys chances to make plays. There is going to be a lot of communication across the board.”

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The Giants on Tuesday waived veteran receiver Bennie Fowler for the second time this season. Fowler, who played in eight games and caught 23 passes for 193 yards, was not active for Sunday’s game in Chicago.

With receiver Authentic Golden Tate Jersey in the concussion protocol and safety Authentic Jabrill Peppers Jersey likely out with a fractured transverse process, the Giants will need to add a player with some punt- and kick-return experience before facing the Packers this weekend. One option could be Authentic Alex Bachman Jersey out of Wake Forest, who currently is on the practice squad.

Former Giants linebacker Carl Banks, for the first time since he became eligible, was named one of the 25 semifinalists of modern-era players for the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Class of 2020.

Banks, the No. 3 overall pick in the 1984 NFL Draft out of Michigan State, won two Super Bowls with the Giants. The list of 25 players will be reduced to 15 finalists, with five ultimately elected.

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The New York Giants wanted to draft a quarterback who had faced adversity, and now it’s clear why.

Daniel Jones is being tested already.

The Giants made the Duke quarterback the sixth pick in the NFL draft, and the grumbling is already underway, with lots of fans upset the franchise passed on Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins and Kentucky edge rusher Josh Allen — incidentally, both from New Jersey — to take Jones.

Viral footage shot at a draft party in MetLife Stadium on Thursday night shows the pick being announced on the video board followed by boos and wails of “Oh no!” and “Oh my God!” Some fans clasp their hands to their heads in utter frustration.

In a sense, Jones caused almost as much of a stir as Arizona did by using the top pick on Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray, although the latter led to the Cardinals shipping Josh Rosen to Miami.

There weren’t many fans taking a wait-and-see approach to Jones.

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“Not shocking,” former New York Jets quarterback Boomer Esiason texted when asked about the booing. “[Giants general manager Dave] Gettleman has said it takes a special guy to play QB in NY. Now, dealing with the negativity he’s dealing with now will be [Jones’] first test to see if he has those special intangibles Gettleman so desires.”
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It’s hardly the first time someone has panned a draft pick. Jets fans do that every year. And 20 years ago, Philadelphia fans famously booed the selection of quarterback Donovan McNabb, who went on to become the best quarterback in Eagles history (with apologies to Super Bowl-winning Nick Foles). Eagles fans haven’t collectively booed a pick since.

As for Jones, he’s a polite and poised young man with impressive passing skills, but ones closer to dink and dunk than shock and awe. He averaged 6.4 yards per pass attempt in college, and Lindy’s Pro Football Draft Guide compared him to NFL journeyman Josh McCown, a third-round pick in 2002. The Giants weren’t alone in liking Jones better than Haskins, however, and scouting quarterbacks is unquestionably an inexact science.

At this point, the plan calls for Jones to learn behind starter Eli Manning. That’s fitting because Jones was a counselor at the Manning Passing Academy and played for David Cutcliffe at Duke, who coached Manning at Mississippi (as well as Peyton Manning at Tennessee).

Not surprisingly, Jones is saying all the right things, and has a healthy respect for the 38-year-old Manning, who has won two Super Bowl rings and was most valuable player in both games. Gettleman told reporters he called Manning, who is in the final year of his contract, and broke the news before the pick that the Giants would be drafting a quarterback, and that the veteran was “fine” with it.

“I think it’s a tremendous opportunity to learn for a young quarterback,” he said. “[Manning] is a guy that’s had a whole lot of success in the NFL, and there’s a reason for that. I’m looking to understand that and do my best to learn as much as I can from him while I’m in New York.”

Jones can take solace in this: He has a sympathetic supporter in Giants great Phil Simms, who got an underwhelming reaction from fans when the team took him in the 1979 draft. It was a much smaller event then, and there were only about 200 fans who heard then-commissioner Pete Rozelle read his name in the ballroom of the Waldorf Astoria hotel in Manhattan.

“The fans only know what all the experts sitting on the panels are saying and this is how they judge him,” Simms told Newsday’s Bob Glauber in an interview since the Jones pick. “That’s not necessarily how NFL people judge them. It’s sad for the kid because it’s a great moment for him. He doesn’t want to come into a situation that’s like, ‘Why did we take you?’ ”

Simms said he doesn’t expect the boos to last long, and certainly not when Jones ultimately takes over for Manning. Then again …

“If the criticism is too much for you, then it wasn’t meant for you,” Simms told the newspaper. “If the adversity is too much for you, it’s not for you.”

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Caleb Wilson heard 253 other names called before his, but he did get drafted. The UCLA tight end was the final selection of the draft Saturday, by the Cardinals, earning the nickname of “Mr. Irrelevant.”

Wilson will be the focus of the “Mr. Irrelevant” celebration in Newport Beach this summer, a week’s worth of tongue-in-cheek festivities that include a golf tournament, regatta, roast and ceremony where he receives the Lowsman Trophy, a playful spoof of the Heisman.

Announcing the pick for the Cardinals was Tennessee Titans kicker Ryan Succop, the 2009 “Mr. Irrelevant.”

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With their first four picks the Cardinals selected a quarterback, defensive back, receiver and defensive end. Mark Dalton, who oversees media relations for the team, noted each of those players wore single-digit numbers in college — 1, 1, 5, 2 — and the sum of all those jerseys is still a single digit.

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Robert Griffin III, the No. 2 pick by Washington in 2012, congratulated Haskins on Twitter after the Redskins him at No. 15.

But Griffin also slipped in a body blow to his old franchise.

Addressing the Redskins, he wrote: “You didn’t draft the young man for nothing. You did it because you believe in the young man. You did it because you need a Quarterback. Don’t give up on him prematurely. He is your investment. Give the kid time to prove himself.”

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San Francisco drafted South Carolina receiver Deebo Samuel in the second round. Deebo is a nickname; his real first name is Tyshun.

“I got the nickname from the movie ‘Friday,’ ” Samuel said at the combine in February, in reference to a 6-foot-6 bully in the 1995 film. “My dad named me that. So when I was a kid, he said I used to be a bully and take kids’ toys and stuff at a young age.”

Asked if he’s still a bully, Samuel said, “Nah. On the field I am.”

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Among the enduring images of this draft is 315-pound Clemson defensive tackle Christian Wilkins delivering a leaping shoulder bump on stage to a shocked NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, who stayed on the ground and braced for impact.

Just before he left his feet, Wilkins pointed to the sky to indicate he was heading up. Goodell didn’t take the hint.

“Has he never chest bumped anybody?” Wilkins said, jokingly. “That’s the clear, universal signal for we going up. But yeah, I guess he didn’t get the signal. It could’ve ended worse, it ended bad, but it could’ve have been worse. He almost didn’t get to the 14th pick. I’m glad he stayed firm on the ground because if he went up he probably would have went for a tumble.”

A joke making the rounds on Twitter was that Wilkins might have earned his first fine. Goodell was laughing as they collided.

“Acted a fool a little bit,” Wilkins said, “but it’s never hurt nobody.”


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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — The New York Giants waived defensive end Owa Odighizuwa on Tuesday, a day after he was suspended four games for violating the league’s policy on performance-enhancing substances.

“It is unfortunate that things have gone in this direction,” general manager Jerry Reese said in a statement, “but we wish nothing but the best for Owa as we all move forward.”

Coach Ben McAdoo echoed Reese’s statement later Tuesday. “It’s unfortunate that it came to this,” McAdoo said. “We thank him for everything that he’s done for the organization. We supported him all along and we’ll continue to support Owa, and I really have no details to offer.”

Odighizuwa said on Twitter in April that he needed some time away from the game. He was at the Giants’ facility for the start of the team’s offseason workout program but then missed most of the spring as he dealt with personal issues.


The Giants excused Odighizuwa from mandatory minicamp in June. He arrived for the start of training camp on July 27 but has declined all interview requests.

Odighizuwa, 25, has played in only 18 games and is still in search of his first career sack. His first two professional seasons were injury-plagued.

The third-round pick by the Giants out of UCLA in the 2015 NFL draft spent most of this summer working with the third-team defense.

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — One of the biggest competitions for a starting job with the New York Giants this summer will be at the last level of their defense. The free safety position is up for grabs, and second-year players Darian Thompson and Andrew Adams are both in the mix. Thompson was slated to start last season before injuries ruined his rookie year. Adams was an undrafted free agent who did enough in 13 games and this offseason to garner serious consideration for a starting spot come September. “Yes, that is the thing,” secondary coach/safeties David Merritt said. “That is what I’m saying about him and Darian Thompson. To sit up here and say that Darian Thompson is going to be the starter with Landon … Andrew Adams has proven that he at least has a chance to compete for that job. And that is what he is doing every day. I’m excited.” The Giants have always had high hopes for Thompson, taking him in the third round of last year’s draft and expecting him to contribute immediately before a foot injury spoiled his rookie season. Merritt raved about the way he plays and take notes. If Thompson’s performance this offseason mirrors that of last spring and summer, it’s hard to imagine he won’t be opposite Landon Collins in the starting lineup come Week 1. Thompson’s skills complement Collins well: The former is known as a natural center fielder, while the latter plays all over the field and thrives in the box and near the line of scrimmage. “Darian’s skillset is suited really for the pass,” Merritt said. “But he has come so far in understanding run fits and understanding gap schemes. But I think he’s more suited for the pass. So that kid understands route concepts, he understands a leverage position, so he does a very nice job with that.” Thompson’s chances at starting hinge on his ability to stay healthy. While he’s been practicing pain-free at OTAs this spring, he has to last through the summer, because Adams’ skillset extends well beyond his Herculean softball talents. The Giants coaches believe he went to work this offseason and added quickness. “That is one thing I’ve seen already, his transitional skills,” Merritt said. “His ability to stick his foot in the ground and transition from a break. He actually has worked on that and gotten better.” The Giants spent several years searching for safeties. Now it appears they have several starting-caliber players. Nat Berhe, when healthy, has also shown flashes of brlliance over the past few years. But Collins is the secondary’s centerpiece. He’s coming off an All-Pro season where Merritt believes he played at a 9-9.5 out of 10. The Giants are hoping for something similar this year. Finding the right complementary piece to patrol the secondary alongside Collins will be a goal for the Giants’ coaching staff this summer. Thompson and Adams both have their upsides. “Any guy out there with Landon right now will be an asset,” Merritt said. “Landon’s skillset, we’re going to always constantly make sure that Landon is in a position where it is going to be best suited for him. Is it suited for Darian Thompson to go down and play as a linebacker in the box? Maybe or maybe not. We have to see him on the field and see what he can do. “Right now, Landon’s skillset will, no matter who the safety is, it’s going to be a complement to his ability to roam around where the other guy can play a little more deeper, a little more centerfield.” Thompson is the more natural center fielder. Regardless, the Giants feel they are in a no-lose situation with the Thompson-Adams competition. “Either guy back there,” Merritt said, “is going to be an added bonus for our defense.”

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — The injury that sidelined New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul for the final four games of the 2016 regular season and a playoff loss was more serious than originally disclosed.


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Pierre-Paul had four procedures — two on his groin, two on his abdomen — during surgery in December.

“Bet you all didn’t know that,” Pierre-Paul said Thursday.

All that was known at the time was that Pierre-Paul was having a sports hernia and abdominal issue repaired. It turned out to be a little more serious.

Still, Pierre-Paul said after the season he would have returned if the Giants had advanced to the divisional playoff round. He said he’s been running and training hard this offseason, and he has been a full participant during the first few days of the team’s offseason workout program.

“I don’t know. I’m just out here doing whatever I can,” Pierre-Paul said. “As of right now, I’m doing whatever I can to help the team. That’s all.”
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The Giants re-signed Pierre-Paul this offseason to a lucrative four-year deal that includes $40 million guaranteed.

Pierre-Paul, 28, was set to become a free agent this offseason, but the Giants used the franchise tag to keep him with the organization that selected him in the first round of the 2010 NFL draft. He likely would have attracted a lot of interest had he hit the open market.

When asked about a report that the Dallas Cowboys were interested, Pierre-Paul didn’t seem surprised.

“Yes. A lot of teams were interested in me I’m pretty sure,” he said. “I’m here. That’s the most important part.”

Pierre-Paul had seven sacks in 12 games last season. It was a significant improvement from the previous year, when he had one sack in eight games after having his right index finger amputated following a fireworks accident.

“Yes, definitely. I think the best is yet to come,” Pierre-Paul said. “Like I said, I love this game. I wouldn’t trade anything for it. Still blessed to be playing this game. I’m just ready to bring it. I feel much better. My weight is 265. I think I’m going to play at that weight. I came in at 290 my rookie year … 290 to now.”

He lost weight on his own volition, thinking he would benefit by being faster and what he considered stronger.

“I’m older. When you get older, you can’t stay the same,” Pierre-Paul said. “You can’t eat the same. You have to change.

“Football consists of changing. You have to change things to get better. That’s what I’m doing.”