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Legend In the Making
After only two seasons, tight end Mark Bavaro has quietly become a giant among Giants
TURF TOE: THE NFL'S MOST PESKY AGONY OF DA FEET
When the New York Giants won the Super Bowl in 1987, tight end Mark Bavaro became known as one of the toughest players in football, a man ...
Emerging Offensive Player Ben Coates
The temptation is strong to liken Ben Coates of the New England Patriots to another tight end, Mark Bavaro, the former New York Giant and Cleveland Brown ...
Update on the two most prominent injured bodies of '89: Giants tight end Mark Bavaro and Bengal running back Ickey Woods, both of whom are ...
The Chase Is On
The Giants will be hard to catch this season, and labor peace may be elusive, too
FALLEN STARS, NEW COMETS
Do you go with the supreme blocker, Mark Bavaro of the Giants, or the clutch receiver, particularly on third downs, Todd Christensen of the ...
THE BIG BLUE BLUEPRINT
... who in 29 years of coaching the position has transformed a lot of crushing blockers—Mark Bavaro, for one—into solid offensive contributors.
In 1986 the strength of the offense, in addition to Simms's miraculous work, was the power toss right—Joe Morris running behind tight end Mark Bavaro, Nelson, ...
THE BEST OF THE BEST
Mark Bavaro of the Giants was an easy choice at tight end, even though he played on one leg and wasn't the ferocious blocker he was in '86.