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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - David Baas
A person familiar with the decision told The Associated Press on Monday night that New York Giants center Chris Snee and punter Steve Weatherford restructured their contracts.
Being an NFL general manager is like being a kicker: What have you done for me lately?
Jake Ballard's right knee is bothering him a bit. Not enough, though, to keep him out of a game this big.
The first-place New York Giants again were hit with some injuries Sunday in their victory over Miami.
The frustration in New York Giants defensive end Justin Tuck is obvious.
Eli Manning is never going to put up numbers like Tom Brady, be as glib as his brother Peyton, or be as exciting as Michael Vick.
A review of the best and worst performances by the Washington Redskins' defense and some observations after re-watching the TV broadcast of their 28-14 win over the New York Giants.
Jim Harbaugh bounced from drill to drill, observing the offensive line, quarterbacks and special teams units in a 25-minute span as his first practice in charge of the San Francisco 49ers began at last.
The San Francisco 49ers parted ways with veteran center Eric Heitmann and kicker Joe Nedney on Friday after they failed physicals.
Coach Tom Coughlin signed a contract extension with the Giants on Wednesday, the top move amongst a flurry of activity on the second day of official business after the NFL lockout was lifted.
"He stood in there loud and proud today, even when times were tough," center David Baas said. "We had some difficulties up front protecting him with some stunts and picking up stuff. We should have done a much better job."
... RB Brandon Jacobs (knee) and C David Baas (stinger) sat out Sunday and said they felt better than last week.