Tom Coughlin’s resignation from the New York Giants was an awkward affair. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the out-of-work Coughlin joins two other prominent newcomers to the influential committee. Along with John Elway and Bruce Arians, former NYG HC Tom Coughlin also has been added to NFL's competition committee, per source.
MIAMI (AP) A Miami federal judge has refused to dismiss a lawsuit filed by New York Giants lineman Jason Pierre-Paul against ESPN over disclosure of his medical records from a 2015 fireworks accident. Pierre-Paul attorney John Lukacs said Judge Marcia Cooke issued her ruling Thursday after a hearing on ESPN's motion to dismiss. The case is set for an August 2017 trial. Pierre-Paul was hospitalized in Miami after the Fourth of July accident, which caused serious injury to his right hand. The lawsuit claims ESPN and a network reporter violated his privacy and Florida medical confidentiality laws by posting the records on social media. The network argued that the records merely bolstered a news
New York Giants kicker Josh Brown's one-game suspension for his role in a domestic violence incident from 2015 has been a prominent storyline at Giants camp this week. Giants CEO John Mara stood by his decision to retain Brown, even after additional allegations and details emerged regarding Brown's behavior, in a statement on Wednesday. While the allegations are still being investigated, Mara stuck to his guns in keeping Brown, saying he was giving Brown the benefit of the doubt based on the evidence at hand. The Giants signed veteran kicker Randy Bullock to not only replace Brown for the season-opener against Dallas on Sept. 11, but to challenge Brown in the long term. Asked if Brown would be