The Oakland Raiders plan to release offensive guard Kevin Boothe , reports Fox Sports 1.
Boothe played in nine games during the 2014 season, but he started 32 games in 2012 and 2013 for the Giants.SEE FULL ARTICLE
The Oakland Raiders signed former New York Giants offensive lineman Kevin Boothe to a two-year deal, ESPN reported Monday night. Boothe, who turns 31 by the time the season starts, has started each game for New York over the past two seasons. His career actually began with the Raiders in 2006 when he started 14 games for them.SEE FULL ARTICLE
With Kevin Boothe entering free agency and David Baas and Chris Snee in contract limbo, the New York Giants might need new starters at center and both guard spots, reports ESPN.com. The website mentions Browns center Alex Mack and Chiefs guard Geoff Schwartz as the top free agents available at those positions.SEE FULL ARTICLE
The New York Giants are making a change along the offensive line heading into Week 5 vs. Philadelphia.
Tackle David Diehl , who has been hobbled by an ankle injury, told reporters he will start at right guard Sunday. Jim Cordle is expected to remain at center with David Baas (neck) injured, with Kevin Boothe remaining at left guard. Therefore, James Brewer is headed back to the bench.SEE FULL ARTICLE
With center David Baas (knee) and tackle David Diehl (thumb) still sidelined, the New York Giants continue to tinker with their offensive line. On Monday they trotted out Kevin Boothe at center in place of Jim Cordle , reports ESPN.com.
James Brewer moved to left guard, while rookie Justin Pugh remained at right tackle, the report said. Right guard Chris Snee and left tackle Will Beatty stayed put.
Coach Tom Coughlin said nothing is set in stone. "We’ll try different combinations," he said. "Nothing wrong with that, I hope."SEE FULL ARTICLE