Greg Hanlon

Michael Strahan, running scared into immortality:

Michael Strahan is, among many other things, a sensitive, insecure guy.

Bio: Greg Hanlon is a writer and reporter whose sports writing has appeared in The New York Times and on Slate. He is currently working on a book about the 1986 Giants Super Bowl season. He lives in Brooklyn, and his email is greg.hanlon[at]gmail.com.

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Giants' 2012 preseason begins with a blur named David Wilson

We had heard that David Wilson was fast, but that description applies to a lot of guys who don’t make it.

Aug. 13, 2012

 
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The limits of the Eva Moskowitz model, at least until she becomes mayor

Although Eva Moskowitz opted against running for Mayor next year, there’s a “70 to 80 percent chance” she will run during the next Mayoral cycle, she told Capital in an interview last week.

Jul. 26, 2012

 
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‘That’s not Peyton Manning back there’

Mark Sanchez doesn’t fare well in the face of a pass rush.

Jul. 13, 2012

 
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Remember when Eli Manning panicked?

Two recent scouting breakdowns on Eli Manning focused on two aspects of his game: His ability to read through his progressions, and his knack for buying himself time by maneuvering in the pocket.

Jul. 13, 2012

 
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Tim Tebow is a big deal until football starts

Tim Tebow won the Good Guy Award from the Pro Football Writers of America, thus putting a bow around what can only be described as The Year of the Tebow.

Jun. 25, 2012

 
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Happy-stern Giants set to return, heart monitors and all

Speaking with reporters, Tom Coughlin summarized his message to his players on the eve of their six-week break before training camp:

Jun. 25, 2012

 
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Rex Ryan and the Jets defense chasing the ghosts of 2009

Calvin Pace said that the Jets are “getting back to square one” on defense this year.

Jun. 17, 2012

 
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The unbusting of Prince Amukamara?

Tom Coughlin praised Prince Amukamara this week, which seems like the first bit of positive news about Amukamara since the Giants thought they lucked into drafting him with the 19th pick last year.

Jun. 15, 2012

 
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Justin Tuck goes for the full Canty

A year after upgrading to an intricate, maximum-security cage pioneered by fellow defensive lineman, Chris Canty, Tuck is upping the ante with a new design.

Jun. 13, 2012

 
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From the wrong side of Williamsburg to the top of New York City baseball

Their attention was focused on the batters box and at Grand Street Campus High School pitcher Gerry Gonzalez, a stout, jaunty lefthander.

Jun. 12, 2012