Giants likely to move on from Ben McAdoo


"Everything's supposed to be in-house, and for something like that to be said is like, I don't know, it's like a rat or somebody in the locker room". I'll let you define it for me then. We can handle it.

However, the Giants (1-7) aren't planning on making any changes to the coaching or front office staff until the season is over, reported Thursday. "If you're not man enough to put your name behind something that you feel because that hasn't been echoed to anybody in this locker room".

McAdoo said he thought the players did a great job with the way they handled the situation publicly and added the team is ready to move on from it. "When we have a setback like we had last week and fake news, I guess you can call it, like we had this week - some drama - I think it's good to go out and play the game you like to play".

Raanan reports Mara gave the decision shortly after star wide receiver Odell Backham Jr. was ruled out for the season with an ankle injury, leading the Giants to accept their playoffs were dead.

"Andrew Jackson said, 'I was born for a storm, and a calm does not suit me, ' " McAdoo said.

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"Does that mean I don't have faith and confidence in him?" Probably not. I wasn't raised in a warm-and-fuzzy environment. "He's ran us into the ground and people wonder why we've been getting got". He said the locker room would eventually find out, if they didn't know already.

Kelvin Sheppard, whom the Giants chose not to re-sign after last season and the Bears cut before the season, worked out for the Giants on Tuesday and promptly was re-signed. Excited to go get back on the field.

"I don't take things personal in this business", McAdoo said.

"They're excited to go play".

The Giants have always been one of the NFL's most stable franchises.