Friday, January 20, 2023

Giants Equipment Staff ‘Ships’ Eagles Bulletin Board Material

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The New York Giants enter Lincoln Financial Field with a lot of confidence. They are overwhelming underdogs, giving up 7.5 points on the betting sites to the No. 1 seeded Philadelphia Eagles. But that doesn’t stop their confident gear staffers from looking ahead to the next round.

Giants players have been instructed to hold on to their white jerseys after Saturday night’s game as they will need them “until we’re done with all of our playoff games.” A note from the team’s equipment staff was posted on each locker in the dressing room. It specifically prohibits Big Blue from giving away or trading jerseys with a Philadelphia player. Interesting. The Giants are clearly preparing for what they believe will be a long postseason.

“The uniform company that makes our jerseys can’t make any more for us this year,” The note informed Giants players. “Please tell the opposing player that we will send it to them after we are done with all our playoff games.”

Meanwhile it was New York literally dance into Saturday night’s NFC divisional playoff game. Quarterback Daniel Jones broke through the team “meet the griddy” jammed defensively to Bank Roll Fresh’s “Take Over Your Trap.” New York is loose and plays with house money.

The Eagles promoted the motto “It’s a Philly thing” all week on their social media channels. On Thursday, the team showed why it matters in an almost 2 minute hype video before their playoff showdown against New York.

It perfectly combines big plays from meaningful games, viral press conference clips and loyal fans showing their love for their hometown team – at crucial away games, at Sunday church and on the streets. The video also provides a succinct definition of “It’s a Philly thing.”

The Eagles will only be missing Saturday’s nickel cornerback Avonte Maddox as he failed to recover from a nagging toe injury. Otherwise the team is healthy. The New York Giants questionably listed linebacker Azeez Ojulari (quads) for the divisional round total of five players come out of the training on Thursday as “restricted participants”.

Ojulari, a starter at Strongside Linebacker, is the only player in danger of missing the game. Cornerback Adoree Jackson (back) and safety Jason Pinnock (abdominal) were full participants and carry no injury designations.

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