Hero's welcome home for champion Giants

Fans were on hand in Newark today to welcome the Super Bowl XLVI champion Giants home.Port Authority fire crews saluted the team by firing its

NEWARK, N.J. - Fans were on hand in Newark today to welcome the Super Bowl XLVI champion Giants home.

Port Authority fire crews saluted the team by firing its water cannons over the Giants' plane as it taxied to the tarmac.

As the team made its way to Giants headquarters in East Rutherford, N.J., thousands of fans lined the gates to see their team come home before tomorrow's big celebration.

The Giants will be honored tomorrow with a traditional ticker-tape parade through Manhattan's Canyon of Heroes.

News 12 Long Island will have live coverage of the parade starting tomorrow morning at 11 a.m.

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