Five news items to start your day (3/31)

Posted Mar 31, 2014

Get caught up with the latest Big Blue happenings

1. Snee talks future.
Longtime Giants guard Chris Snee, who is coming off elbow and hip surgeries, talked with's Michael Eisen about his expectations for an 11th season with Big Blue. "I feel like I can still play and play at a high level. I went up and I had meetings and got opinions from guys that I respect and they all felt that I could play and they wanted me here. So I'm here." READ MORE

2. JPP's comeback campaign?

3. Who's advancing? Round 2 of's Bracket Challenge is officially in the books. Polls will open Tuesday in the quarterfinal round to decide the best play in Giants history. View which plays advanced and which were unable to move on at
  • Quarterfinals: April 1-April 3

  • Semifinals: April 4-6

  • Final: April 7

4. Fact or Fiction: The Giants' first two selections in the 2014 NFL Draft will be on offense. writers debated this topic and more over the weekend in the latest edition of Fact or Fiction. READ MORE

5. ICYMI. Concluding last week's NFL Annual Meeting, the heads of the Competition Committee met with the media to recap rule changes that will be coming in 2014 and beyond. "We’ve got to change our conduct on the field," Rams head coach and committee member Jeff Fisher said. "We’ve got to bring the element of respect in its highest level back to our game. So in addition to these things, sportsmanship was a significant topic throughout the last couple days." READ MORE

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