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Hoops for Hope
May 1st, 2013

It was average Joes vs football pros on the hardwood last Friday night as local amateur and school basketball teams faced off against a “dream-team” consisting of past and present NFL players – all in the name of charity…

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Fun for funds
April 30th, 2013

In an effort to raise money for a new playground at Manor Elementary School in Falls, former NFL stars play in a flag football game against local athletes at Pennsbury High School on Sunday evening…

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Bing Returns to Highland, Delivers Positive Message to Students
June 7th, 2012

When New York Giants cornerback Brandon Bing walked into the gymnasium at Highland Elementary School, he was met with an explosion of applause from the students and faculty. It had been 12 years since he had come back to his old grade school, but it was like he never left.

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New York Giants rookie camp…
June 7th, 2012

Saturday was a good morning at New York Giants rookie camp for a pair of former Rutgers University football players. Running back Joe Martinek and cornerback Brandon Bing were among the standouts during Saturday’s first of two practices.

Martinek, a 5-foot-11, 224-pound undrafted free agent, drew praise from Giants head coach Tom Coughlin.

“He’s been pretty good the whole camp, very steady,” said Coughlin. “Probably can play both spots. I think he has some position versatility.”

Martinek worked exclusively at running back or as the single back in shotgun or two-tight end sets during his reps on Saturday morning. Friday he had worked some at fullback.

Bing spent last season on the practice squad. He made the best defensive play of Saturday morning’s workout, going step-for-step with second-round pick Rueben Randle on a deep route down the left sideline and batted the ball away from Randle at the last instant.

— See Big Blue View for more discussion and analysis of the Giants

Can Bing go from practice squad to 53-man roster?
June 6th, 2012

Former Rutgers CB Brandon Bing knocked down a deep ball intended for second-round pick WR Rueben Randle during the morning practice. “He’s not a surprise because he worked last year on the practice squad and coming into this camp he’s showing what he can do,” DC Perry Fewell said. “He’s had a pretty good camp, yeah,” coach Tom Coughlin agreed. “He’s done pretty well.”

Former Rutgers cornerback Brandon Bing making plays at Giants rookie camp
June 6th, 2012

I’d say let’s take a look at some highlights from this morning’s Giants rookie-camp practice, but it was more like a bunch of lowlights out there. Though Tom Coughlin said Friday morning’s practice was sloppy, that was a work of art considering the abundance of mistakes today. Players were jumping early, passes were thrown behind players, balls were dropped and the technique was shaky at best.

The moment that encapsulated it all was when tight ends coach Mike Pope told Christian Hopkins after a series of false starts from him, “You’re offside on every play.”

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Teammates Give Back at Charity Event
June 6th, 2012

The concept of family and close relationships between teammates and coaches is something stressed within the Rutgers football program. The bonds formed on the recruiting trail, during winter conditioning, in the heat of two-a-days and in the locker room transcend beyond the games and past even the exhaustion of a player’s eligibility.

Nowhere was that more evident than at Chelsea Piers in Manhattan last night, where former Scarlet Knight standout Brian Leonard hosted his third annual “Rally at the Alley” bowling event in support of the New Brunswick-based Embrace Kids Foundation.

The event, which benefited children with cancer and other blood disorders, featured appearances by a host of NFL Knights including Baltimore Ravens All-Pro running back Ray Rice, Jason and Devin McCourt (Tennessee Titans and New England Patriots), Tiquan Underwood and Alex Silvestro, also of the Patriots and Brandon Bing of the Super Bowl champion New York Giants.

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Notebook: Rutgers duo impresses
June 6th, 2012

The New York Giants finished their second day of practices at rookie camp.

If this was the last chance for undrafted players to make an impression on the Giants, some players made favorable ones.

Let’s start with some of the Giants’ draft picks first. The Giants saw glimpses of some big-play ability out of first-round running back David Wilson and second-round wide receiver Rueben Randle.

Wilson showed nice burst and was shifty on cuts during the non-contact practices. He also showed an ability to catch out of the backfield, but has to continue to learn how to pass protect.

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