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  • Thu., Sep. 18, 2014 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT Live Big Blue Kickoff Live

    Big Blue Kickoff Live is the Giants only web radio show and is the perfect way to start your morning if you’re a Giants fan. Every weekday at 9:30AM, our hosts talk for sixty minutes about the latest Giants news and take your calls about the Big Blue. John Schmeelk, Lance Medow, Anita Marks and Paul Dottino are joined by special guests, break down each week’s game, and get your opinion on the New York Giants. Participate by calling in at 201-939-4513 or by sending questions to #giantschat

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  • Thu., Sep. 18, 2014 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT Live Big Blue Kickoff Live

    Big Blue Kickoff Live is the fans way to talk to the insiders at the Giants. The sixty minute live daily show is hosted by a rotating panel of experts and insiders talking the latest Giants news and information. Our hosts take your calls and twitter questions about the Big Blue. John Schmeelk, Lance Medow, Anita Marks and Paul Dottino are joined by analysts Shaun O’Hara and Roman Oben to break down each week’s game, and get your opinion on the New York Giants. Participate by calling in at 201-939-4513 or by sending questions to #giantschat

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  • Fri., Sep. 19, 2014 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT Live Big Blue Kickoff Live

    Big Blue Kickoff Live is the Giants only web radio show and is the perfect way to start your morning if you’re a Giants fan. Every weekday at 9:30AM, our hosts talk for sixty minutes about the latest Giants news and take your calls about the Big Blue. John Schmeelk, Lance Medow, Anita Marks and Paul Dottino are joined by special guests, break down each week’s game, and get your opinion on the New York Giants. Participate by calling in at 201-939-4513 or by sending questions to #giantschat

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  • Fri., Sep. 19, 2014 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT Live Big Blue Kickoff Live

    Big Blue Kickoff Live is the fans way to talk to the insiders at the Giants. The sixty minute live daily show is hosted by a rotating panel of experts and insiders talking the latest Giants news and information. Our hosts take your calls and twitter questions about the Big Blue. John Schmeelk, Lance Medow, Anita Marks and Paul Dottino are joined by analysts Shaun O’Hara and Roman Oben to break down each week’s game, and get your opinion on the New York Giants. Participate by calling in at 201-939-4513 or by sending questions to #giantschat

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  • Fri., Sep. 19, 2014 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM EDT Giants: 1st and 10

    Hosted by Bob Papa with Carl Banks, Harry Carson, and Roman Oben, “Giants First and Ten” tackles the top ten questions, issues and topics facing Big Blue for the upcoming game on Sunday. The fast-paced show will also include a revolving lineup of expert guests and writers who will join the debate and have fun with the pressing themes of the week leading into the game. The 60-minute program will also feature exclusive footage, historic moments and enhanced graphics, giving fans a rich game preview and experience.

  • Sat., Sep. 20, 2014 11:00 PM - 11:30 PM EDT Access Blue

    “Giants Access Blue,” hosted by Bob Papa is a backstage, behind the scenes all access pass to the lifestyle of the Giants players, coaches and organization. Fans get in-depth, up-close and offbeat interviews away from the field and the locker room with the Giants. The program gives Giants fans insight into their favorite players’ interests in pop culture, music, and entertainment.

  • Sun., Sep. 21, 2014 10:00 AM - 10:30 AM EDT Giants Chronicles

    Host Bob Papa talks to the biggest stars and legends in Giants history and looks back at the franchise’s greatest moments and rivalries. Episodes feature current players and legends in an up close and candid storytelling setting. Players and legends like Eli Manning, Mark Bavaro and Lawrence Taylor discuss their Big Blue careers, greatest moments and Super Bowl titles.

  • Mon., Sep. 22, 2014 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT Live Big Blue Kickoff Live

    Big Blue Kickoff Live is the Giants only web radio show and is the perfect way to start your morning if you’re a Giants fan. Every weekday at 9:30AM, our hosts talk for sixty minutes about the latest Giants news and take your calls about the Big Blue. John Schmeelk, Lance Medow, Anita Marks and Paul Dottino are joined by special guests, break down each week’s game, and get your opinion on the New York Giants. Participate by calling in at 201-939-4513 or by sending questions to #giantschat

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  • Mon., Sep. 22, 2014 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT Live Big Blue Kickoff Live

    Big Blue Kickoff Live is the fans way to talk to the insiders at the Giants. The sixty minute live daily show is hosted by a rotating panel of experts and insiders talking the latest Giants news and information. Our hosts take your calls and twitter questions about the Big Blue. John Schmeelk, Lance Medow, Anita Marks and Paul Dottino are joined by analysts Shaun O’Hara and Roman Oben to break down each week’s game, and get your opinion on the New York Giants. Participate by calling in at 201-939-4513 or by sending questions to #giantschat

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  • Tue., Sep. 23, 2014 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT Live Big Blue Kickoff Live

    Big Blue Kickoff Live is the Giants only web radio show and is the perfect way to start your morning if you’re a Giants fan. Every weekday at 9:30AM, our hosts talk for sixty minutes about the latest Giants news and take your calls about the Big Blue. John Schmeelk, Lance Medow, Anita Marks and Paul Dottino are joined by special guests, break down each week’s game, and get your opinion on the New York Giants. Participate by calling in at 201-939-4513 or by sending questions to #giantschat

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  • Tue., Sep. 23, 2014 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT Live Big Blue Kickoff Live

    Big Blue Kickoff Live is the fans way to talk to the insiders at the Giants. The sixty minute live daily show is hosted by a rotating panel of experts and insiders talking the latest Giants news and information. Our hosts take your calls and twitter questions about the Big Blue. John Schmeelk, Lance Medow, Anita Marks and Paul Dottino are joined by analysts Shaun O’Hara and Roman Oben to break down each week’s game, and get your opinion on the New York Giants. Participate by calling in at 201-939-4513 or by sending questions to #giantschat

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  • Tue., Sep. 23, 2014 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM EDT Live Giants Rewind

    The Giants most recent game broken down and condensed into 30 minutes with Bob Papa and Carl Banks premieres every Tuesday night. Exclusive camera angles and player interviews tell the “inside story” of the game. Bob and Carl break down the key plays that changed the game and decided the outcome.

  • Wed., Sep. 24, 2014 11:00 AM - 11:30 AM EDT Live Giants Press Conference Live

    The Wednesday, “Giants Press Conference Live” show is hosted each week by Paul Dottino and Roman Oben. The show starts with Coach Tom Coughlin’s press conference “live” from the Quest Diagnostics Training Center. Giants’ fans get all the critical insight from Coach Coughlin, all-access interviews with the players in the locker room and exclusive highlights from practice.

  • Wed., Sep. 24, 2014 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT Live Big Blue Kickoff Live

    Big Blue Kickoff Live is the Giants only web radio show and is the perfect way to start your morning if you’re a Giants fan. Every weekday at 9:30AM, our hosts talk for sixty minutes about the latest Giants news and take your calls about the Big Blue. John Schmeelk, Lance Medow, Anita Marks and Paul Dottino are joined by special guests, break down each week’s game, and get your opinion on the New York Giants. Participate by calling in at 201-939-4513 or by sending questions to #giantschat

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Coaches

Sean Ryan
Wide Receivers

Biography

Sean Ryan is in the first season of his second stint as the Giants’ wide receivers coach after serving the previous two seasons as the team’s quarterbacks coach. This is his eighth year as a member of Tom Coughlin’s staff.


In his first season working with Ryan, Eli Manning was selected to play in his third Pro Bowl after completing 321 of 536 passes for 3,948 yards, 26 touchdowns and 15 interceptions and a passer rating of 87.2. Manning threw a career-high five touchdown passes in the 2012 season-ending victory over Philadelphia. Under Ryan, Manning had his eighth consecutive season in which he threw for at least 3,000 yards and 20 touchdowns, the fifth-longest streak in NFL history.


The Giants’ wide receivers were very productive in their two seasons under Ryan. In 2011, the unit helped the Giants set franchise records with 359 completions and 4,734 net passing yards. Victor Cruz, who did not have a career reception entering the season, caught 82 passes for 1,536 yards and nine touchdowns. The 82 receptions tied Amani Toomer (2002) for what was then second place on the Giants’ single-season list and Cruz’s 1,536 yards broke Toomer’s former team record by 193 yards. Hakeem Nicks caught 76 passes for a career-high 1,192 yards and seven touchdowns. Under Ryan, Cruz and Nicks became the first receivers to have more than 1,000 yards in the same season. Another receiver, the since-departed Mario Manningham, made perhaps the most important grab of the season for a 38-yard gain in the fourth quarter of the Giants’ Super Bowl XLVI victory over New England.


The wide receivers played impressively in 2010, their first season with Ryan as their position coach. Nicks led the Giants with 79 receptions for 1,052 yards and 11 touchdowns, despite missing three games because of injury. His 11 touchdown receptions tied Del Shofner (1962) for the third-highest total in Giants history. Manningham added nine touchdown catches as he and Nicks became the first pair of Giants with at least nine touchdown catches since 1967, when Homer Jones had a franchise-record 13 and Aaron Thomas had nine.


Manningham was second on the team with 60 catches for 944 yards and those nine scores. In the final two games, he caught Manning touchdown passes of 85 and 92 yards that were two of the nine longest pass plays in the 86-year history of the Giants.


Ryan joined the Giants’ coaching staff in 2007 and served for three season as the offensive quality control coach.


In 2006, Ryan was the recruiting coordinator, running backs coach and head coach of the junior varsity at Harvard University.


Prior to his year at Harvard, Ryan was as an assistant coach at Columbia University for three seasons. In 2003 and 2004, Ryan was the running backs coach and special teams coordinator. The following season, Ryan coached the quarterbacks.


Before coaching at Columbia, Ryan spent two years as a graduate assistant at Boston College, where he worked primarily with the wide receivers. The Eagles won bowl games in each of those seasons, beating Georgia in the 2001 Music City Bowl and Toledo in the 2002 Motor City Bowl.


Ryan was the running backs coach at Colgate University in 2000, a graduate assistant at the University at Albany (where the Giants then held training camp) in 1998-99 and the quarterbacks coach at Siena for a season.


Ryan played defensive back and outside linebacker at Hamilton College, where he graduated in 1994 with a degree in American studies. He also earned a master’s degree in higher education administration from Albany.


A native of Hudson Falls, N.Y. – north of Albany - Ryan was a standout football, basketball and baseball player at Hudson Falls High School.

Sean Ryan is in the first season of his second stint as the Giants’ wide receivers coach after serving the previous two seasons as the team’s quarterbacks coach. This is his eighth year as a member of Tom Coughlin’s staff.


In his first season working with Ryan, Eli Manning was selected to play in his third Pro Bowl after completing 321 of 536 passes for 3,948 yards, 26 touchdowns and 15 interceptions and a passer rating of 87.2. Manning threw a career-high five touchdown passes in the 2012 season-ending victory over Philadelphia. Under Ryan, Manning had his eighth consecutive season in which he threw for at least 3,000 yards and 20 touchdowns, the fifth-longest streak in NFL history.


The Giants’ wide receivers were very productive in their two seasons under Ryan. In 2011, the unit helped the Giants set franchise records with 359 completions and 4,734 net passing yards. Victor Cruz, who did not have a career reception entering the season, caught 82 passes for 1,536 yards and nine touchdowns. The 82 receptions tied Amani Toomer (2002) for what was then second place on the Giants’ single-season list and Cruz’s 1,536 yards broke Toomer’s former team record by 193 yards. Hakeem Nicks caught 76 passes for a career-high 1,192 yards and seven touchdowns. Under Ryan, Cruz and Nicks became the first receivers to have more than 1,000 yards in the same season. Another receiver, the since-departed Mario Manningham, made perhaps the most important grab of the season for a 38-yard gain in the fourth quarter of the Giants’ Super Bowl XLVI victory over New England.


The wide receivers played impressively in 2010, their first season with Ryan as their position coach. Nicks led the Giants with 79 receptions for 1,052 yards and 11 touchdowns, despite missing three games because of injury. His 11 touchdown receptions tied Del Shofner (1962) for the third-highest total in Giants history. Manningham added nine touchdown catches as he and Nicks became the first pair of Giants with at least nine touchdown catches since 1967, when Homer Jones had a franchise-record 13 and Aaron Thomas had nine.


Manningham was second on the team with 60 catches for 944 yards and those nine scores. In the final two games, he caught Manning touchdown passes of 85 and 92 yards that were two of the nine longest pass plays in the 86-year history of the Giants.


Ryan joined the Giants’ coaching staff in 2007 and served for three season as the offensive quality control coach.


In 2006, Ryan was the recruiting coordinator, running backs coach and head coach of the junior varsity at Harvard University.


Prior to his year at Harvard, Ryan was as an assistant coach at Columbia University for three seasons. In 2003 and 2004, Ryan was the running backs coach and special teams coordinator. The following season, Ryan coached the quarterbacks.


Before coaching at Columbia, Ryan spent two years as a graduate assistant at Boston College, where he worked primarily with the wide receivers. The Eagles won bowl games in each of those seasons, beating Georgia in the 2001 Music City Bowl and Toledo in the 2002 Motor City Bowl.


Ryan was the running backs coach at Colgate University in 2000, a graduate assistant at the University at Albany (where the Giants then held training camp) in 1998-99 and the quarterbacks coach at Siena for a season.


Ryan played defensive back and outside linebacker at Hamilton College, where he graduated in 1994 with a degree in American studies. He also earned a master’s degree in higher education administration from Albany.


A native of Hudson Falls, N.Y. – north of Albany - Ryan was a standout football, basketball and baseball player at Hudson Falls High School.

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