The Giants aim for a bounce-back performance against the Chicago Bears in Week 2.
by: Paul Schwartz — New York Post 15 Sep
The Giants learned Monday night what most of the NFL found out a day earlier: This is quite strange. The Giants opened their season in front of a sea of gray seats at MetLife Stadium, a COVID-19 ghost
by: Pat Leonard — NY Daily News 15 Sep
Nearly 20 players knelt for the national anthem, as did running backs coach Burton Burns.
by: The Washington Times http://www.washingtontimes.com — The Washington Times 14 Sep
New York Giants starting wide receiver Golden Tate is going to miss the season opener against the Pittsburgh Steelers with a hamstring injury.
Pittsburgh Steelers vs. New York Giants LIVE SCORE UPDATES (9/14/20) NFL Week 1 Monday Night Football - nj.com
by: Brian Fonseca | BFonseca@njadvancemedia.com — NJ.com 14 Sep
The Pittsburgh Steelers, led by quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, meet the New York Giants, led by quarterback Daniel Jones and running back Saquon Barkley, in an NFL Week 1 Monday Night Football game on September 14, 2020, at MetLife Stadium in East...
by: Ross McCorkle — Steelers Depot 14 Sep
The Pittsburgh Steelers begin their season tonight, traveling to take on the New York Giants. Pittsburgh returns with Ben Roethlisberger for the first time since Week Two of last year when Roethlisberger was lost for the year following elbow surgery.
by: Josh Alper — NBC Sports 14 Sep
Wide receiver Golden Tate won’t be playing for the Giants in their season opener. Tate was listed as questionable to play due to a hamstring injury and the team put his name on the inactive list 90 minutes ahead of Monday night’s game against the...
by: Dave.Schofield — SB Nation: Behind the Steel Curtain 14 Sep
Even with an expanded 48-man game-day roster, the Steelers appear to have had one more player inactive than needed.
by: Dan Benton — USA Today: Giants Wire 14 Sep
The full list of inactives for Monday’s Week 1 game between the New York Giants and Pittsburgh Steelers have been released.
by: Charles Goldman — USA Today: Chiefs Wire 12 Sep
The Kansas City Chiefs are doing their homework on some offensive linemen.