Cowboys DE Randy Gregory On Course To Apply For Reinstatement Into NFL
David Moore of the Dallas Morning News, citing multiple sources, reports that suspended Cowboys DE Randy Gregory is getting the point where his representatives are in the process of taking the necessary steps to apply for reinstatement into the NFL.
According to Moore, Gregory still needs to complete some steps and file the paperwork with the NFL before he can go before commissioner Roger Goodell to petition for his reinstatement. However, Moore’s sources have said Gregory is doing well and adhering to his program.
Bobby Belt also reports that there’s real momentum building for Gregory and he’s expected to apply for reinstatement a week or two following next week’s NFL Draft.
Tisch said, I would like to have Odell on the Giants this coming season. He’s a tremendous athlete, he’s a great player. So I do hope that Odell is with the Giants for the 2018 season. I would like that very much.
A New Jersey Superior Court Judge ruled Thursday that fraud claims against New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning in a memorabilia civil case will still go to trial.
Judge James DeLuca, issued a summary judgment decision on various claims brought by three collectors against Manning, memorabilia company Steiner Sports, Giants equipment manager Joe Skiba, Giants co-owner John Mara and others.
In a lawsuit, which has been going for more than four years, the collectors allege, based on information collected themselves and by experts, that the two helmets passed off as game-used were counterfeit.
The organization was thrilled Pierre-Paul was able to make it back from the horrific July 4, 2015, fireworks accident that permanently damaged and disfigured his right hand. They gave him a four-year, $62 million deal that included $20 million in guaranteed money, hoping, privately, they could get at least two productive years out of him. They did not get even one. He led the Giants last season with 8.5 sacks, starting all 16 games, but his impact was minimal. As it turns out, the Giants spent $22.5 million for the one season.