New York Giants

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The New York Giants are a National Football League franchise based in New York, NY. They are part of the NFL, National Football Conference (NFC) and play in the NFC East Division.

On February 3, 2008, the Giants won Super Bowl XLII, defeating the heavily favored New England Patriots.

Founded in New York City in 1925, the team moved to Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ, in 1976.

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Roster

Quarterbacks

Running Backs

Wide Receivers

  • 80 Derek Hagan
  • 87 Domenik Hixon
  • 82 Mario Manningham
  • 83 Sinorice Moss
  • 12 Steve Smith
  • 81 Amani Toomer

Tight Ends

  • 89 Kevin Boss
  • 84 Darcy Johnson
  • 88 Michael Matthews
  • Lee Vickers

Offensive Tackles

  • 66 David Diehl
  • 61 Adam Koets
  • 67 Kareem McKenzie

Guards

  • 77 Kevin Boothe
  • 65 Grey Ruegamer
  • 69 Rich Seubert
  • 76 Chris Snee

Centers

Defensive Ends

Defensive Tackles

  • 93 Jay Alford
  • Rocky Bernard
  • 73 Jeremy Clark
  • 96 Barry Cofield
  • 78 Leger Douzable
  • 98 Fred Robbins

Linebackers

  • 57 Chase Blackburn
  • Michael Boley
  • 55 Danny Clark
  • 51 Zak DeOssie
  • 53 Bryan Kehl
  • 50 Edmond Miles
  • 58 Antonio Pierce
  • 59 Gerris Wilkinson

Cornerbacks

Safeties

  • C. C. Brown
  • 20 Michael Johnson
  • 21 Kenny Phillips

Kickers

Punters

See also

External links


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