Mathias Kiwanuka

#94DE,
Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 267
Born:
College: Boston College
Birth Place: Indianapolis, Indiana
Draft: 2006 1st round (32nd pick) by the
  • Beckham doesn't show up for first day of voluntary OTAs
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    Beckham doesn't show up for first day of voluntary OTAs

    Ralph Vacchiano | Facebook | Twitter | Archive The New York Giants took the field for their first time as a team this spring, but they were missing at least one of their most important players. Odell Beckham Jr., the Giants' talented and enigmatic receiver, was a no-show for the first day of organized team activities (OTAs), a team source confirmed. The reason for his absence wasn't clear, but he doesn't necessarily need to give one. All 10 of the OTA sessions the Giants will hold over the next three weeks are part of the voluntary offseason program. The only mandatory event this offseason for Giants players is the team's three-day minicamp, which is scheduled for June 13-15. Still, Beckham's

  • NFL Rules Changes: Overtime, IR, celebration rules modified
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    NFL Rules Changes: Overtime, IR, celebration rules modified

    Every year the NFL owners institute changes to some of the rules that govern the game. Some of the changes have a negligible impact, while others can have a big and visible impact on the game. This year the NFL is changing the rules on celebrations, which should certainly be visible in New York Giants games, the injured reserve, overtime, and the roster in pre-season. Fun Is Legal Again? After years of being the “No Fun League”, with increasing restrictions on what a player was allowed to do in celebration after making a play, the NFL (or more accurately, Roger Goodell) is changing course. The NFL is expected to loosen the restrictions on celebrations and allow group celebrations, going to the

  • Justin Tuck believes Jason Pierre-Paul is better player without 10 fingers
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    Justin Tuck believes Jason Pierre-Paul is better player without 10 fingers

    Nov 6, 2016; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul (90) tackles Philadelphia Eagles running back Darren Sproles (43) during the first half at MetLife Stadium.  William Hauser-USA TODAY Sports Jason Pierre-Paul has had to make some major adjustments since he mangled his hand in a fireworks accident nearly two years ago, and one of his former teammates feels the star defensive end has made them and then some. Justin Tuck, who won a Super Bowl with Pierre-Paul when the two were teammates with the New York Giants, told Ralph Vacchiano of SNY that he feels Pierre-Paul is a better player now than he was three seasons ago. “What I love about Jason is adversity hit