Dante Hughes

#33CB,
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 190
Born:
College: California
Birth Place: Los Angeles, California
Draft: 2007 3rd round (31st pick) by the
  • Brandon Marshall delivers powerful message to owners about mental health
    USA Today

    Brandon Marshall delivers powerful message to owners about mental health

    New York Giants wide receiver Brandon Marshall said he originally declined the invitation to speak about mental health — his biggest off-field passion — to NFL owners and coaches at their annual meeting in March. Ultimately, he obliged and it turned into “the most powerful presentation” he’s given. Marshall wasn’t alone in that opinion. “You could've heard a pin drop in the room,” Giants owner John Mara told USA TODAY Sports in a phone interview. “The way Brandon was so frank and direct about his mental health issues in his life resonated with everyone in the room. He immediately helped humanize players more, which helped articulate that this business is about more than football or making money.

  • Odell Beckham taunted by Cowboys fans while sitting in traffic
    Yardbarker

    Odell Beckham taunted by Cowboys fans while sitting in traffic

    As if being stuck in traffic isn’t bad enough, Odell Beckham Jr. also recently found himself behind a carload of Dallas Cowboys fans. And wouldn’t you know it? The Cowboys fans in question, located two cars in front of the New York Giants superstar wide receiver, recognized him at a red light. And they took immediate advantage of the situation by taunting Beckham with “How ’bout ‘dem Cowboys?” chants, among other taunts. The encounter was posted online by Beckham himself via an Instagram story that aptly showcases how the rivalry between the Giants and Cowboys knows no offseason.

  • MMQB Top 400: Thirteen New York Giants Make The List
    Big Blue View

    MMQB Top 400: Thirteen New York Giants Make The List

    How many New York Giants are among the best 400 players in the NFL? Well, Sports Illustrated undertook the task of listing the top 400, and it says 13 Giants belong in that group. Let’s take a look at the Giants who made the cut. SI says: Aside from Theo Riddick, Vereen is as good of a short-area receiving back as you'll find. Valentine’s View: This is one spot below running back Frank Gore, who gained 1,025 yards for the Indianapolis Colts last season. It feels like a lot of respect for a guy who played five games, carried 33 times and caught 11 passes in 2016. It does, however, illustrate that I’m not the only one who believes Vereen can have a huge impact on the Giants’ offense if he can stay