In other Giants news:
ESPN New York's Ian O'Connor just published a book on one New York captain. Now, he offers praise of another. Talking about Giants quarterback Eli Manning, O'Connor writes, "He speaks with more authority and stands with his shoulders square. The end-of-the-world loss to the Eagles last year didn't send Manning cowering behind a desk; he called a team meeting for the first time in his seven seasons, and made sure his was the only voice heard in the room." The column provides details of the workouts Manning organized in Hoboken last week.
Tom Coughlin apparently isn't a big fan of Twitter. According to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, when asked about players using social media, Coughlin responded by saying, "I don't know what the hell that is. I'm from a different era." As you can tell by the article, I'm sure it comes as no surprise to you that Coughlin's in the minority on this one. The benefits and pitfalls of Twitter, and all social media, are detailed in the piece.