G.J. Kinne

#2QB,
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 218
Born:
College: Tulsa
Birth Place: Mesquite, Texas
Draft: Undrafted
  • Brandon Marshall's Twitter Dustup Shows It's Time To Stop Telling Athletes To Stick To Sports
    Forbes

    Brandon Marshall's Twitter Dustup Shows It's Time To Stop Telling Athletes To Stick To Sports

    There is nothing quite as moronic and at the same time telling as the social media cry for athletes to “stick to sports.” It happened again today. I bet if somebody kept track of it, it probably happens at least a few times an hour. New York Giants wide receiver Brandon Marshall tweeted at President Donald Trump asking to speak about health care. Twelve minutes later, the nameless person behind the Twitter handle @EverythingNYG dropped the “Stick to football please” advice. This approach, while never resulting in its intended outcome, carries with it the idea that athletes are objects the public controls. Their job is to play sports and that’s it. At the same time they should also be role models,

  • Study: Patriots fans rank as NFL's 2nd best
    Patriots Wire

    Study: Patriots fans rank as NFL's 2nd best

    The New England Patriots have created the second best fanbase in the NFL, according to one study by scholarblogs.com. The study used three metrics to measure the team brands to calculate the “best” NFL teams. The three factors the study used were fan equity, road equity and social media following. Here’s what they wrote on the Patriots, who finished behind the Dallas Cowboys and ahead of the Philadelphia Eagles, New York Giants and Pittsburgh Steelers. First, Patriot fans may be bandwagon fans.  But at this point it is tough to tell.  The team has been excellent and the fans have been supportive for a long time.  And even when things tend to go wrong for the Patriots they come out ahead.  I believe

  • Giants' Ben McAdoo No. 20 in 2017 NFL head coach power rankings
    Giants Wire

    Giants' Ben McAdoo No. 20 in 2017 NFL head coach power rankings

    As they do every year, NFL Network has released an updated list of their head coach power rankings. And whereas former New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin generally resided near the top, current head coach Ben McAdoo does not. At least not yet. In the latest rankings, which reflect the upcoming season, McAdoo checks in at No. 20 overall, just behind Jim Caldwell (Detroit Lions) and one spot ahead of Jay Gruden (Washington Redskins). 20) Ben McAdoo, New York Giants Heckuva head-coaching debut in 2016 for McAdoo, who faced a difficult task in replacing a man who won two Super Bowls for Big Blue. McAdoo took largely the same nucleus Tom Coughlin had — along with welcome free-agent additions