Giants honored by Obama for Super Bowl win

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The New York Giants were honored by President Barack Obama this afternoon in a special reception at the White House. It's the team's second visit to the White House in four years.

The Super Bowl champs met with President Obama to celebrate their February victory over the New England Patriots. Obama recognized the team not only for their title, but for their ongoing support of the military.

Giants coach Tom Coughlin joked that his team and the president now have a common goal - to get back to the White House next year.

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