DJ Envy joins 'Good Morning Football' to talk Giants' Celebrity DJ Series
The Giants made a big announcement 10 days ago when it was revealed that the team will be hosting a Celebrity DJ Series at select home games during the 2022 season.
DJ Wallah performed at the Giants' home opener against the Carolina Panthers in Week 2. Up next on Monday Night Football is The Breakfast Club's DJ Envy, a lifelong Giants fan and a member of the Radio Hall of Fame.
DJ Envy recently went on NFL Network's "Good Morning Football" to talk about the Celebrity DJ Series, in addition to the Giants' request for fans to wear all white to the game in order to turn the stadium into a "White Out."
"I think it's going to be great," DJ Envy told the "Good Morning Football" crew. "I think the all white out is what we need. Let's [get] everybody in uniform. I love how the Miami Heat do it in basketball, so I love how it looks. The stadium is going to look amazing, I'm going to make sure the players are amped, the fans are amped, and we're going to get another win."
Check out DJ Envy's full interview on "Good Morning Football" in the video below.
Giants to induct 7 members in 2022 Ring of Honor Class
Representatives of the Giants’ storied past visited training camp this summer and learned they will receive the franchise's highest honor.
Former running backs Joe Morris, Ottis Anderson and Rodney Hampton and defensive end Leonard Marshall joined the team's post-practice huddle and were introduced by coach Brian Daboll. Giants president and chief executive officer John Mara then informed them they will be inducted into the Giants' Ring of Honor. Mara also announced to the assembled that Ronnie Barnes, the senior vice president of medical services who has been a member of the team's medical staff for 47 years, will join this year's class of inductees.
The final two members of the 2022 Ring of Honor class - defensive back Jimmy Patton and halfback/receiver Kyle Rote - are deceased. Mara had previously contacted family members to inform them of their inclusion.
All seven of the honorees were members of Giants championship teams: Patton and Rote in 1956; Morris in 1986; Anderson and Marshall in 1986 and 1990; Hampton in 1990; and Barnes has been with the organization for all four of its Super Bowl victories. Morris, Marshall and Anderson increase to nine the number of players from the 1986 Super Bowl XXI championship team who are in the Ring of Honor.
"We are proud to add these deserving and legendary figures in Giants history to our Ring of Honor," Mara said. "Each of the players was among the very best at his position to wear a Giants uniform. All of them helped our franchise win championships and enjoy long-term success, as has Ronnie Barnes, who has been an invaluable and beloved member of our organization for decades."
The additions increase the number of honorees in the Ring of Honor to 50. They will be formally added to the ring in a special halftime ceremony during tonight's game against the Cowboys.
For more information visit Giants.com/RingofHonor.
View photos of all 50 members inducted into the New York Giants Ring of Honor.
Eli's Extras: Eli gets slimed & takes over American Dream Mall with DJ Envy
Eli Manning and Shaun O'Hara caught up with DJ Envy at the American Dream Mall. Next, Eli and Shaun venture into Big Snow for a snowball fight with their kids and end the day at Nickelodeon Universe.
Check out the episode of Eli's Extras in the video below.