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Defenderdawg : 7/11/2017 10:48 am

Traina B/R: New York Giants Depth Chart Predictions Ahead of Training Camp

Traina Inside Football: Leap of Faith: 5 Things that Must Happen for the 2017 New York Giants


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Davis USA Today: Ranking NFL secondaries: Seahawks still set standard, surprise team cracks Top 5
"3. New York Giants: S Landon Collins (125 tackles, 4 sacks, 5 INTs) emerged as an impact player, finishing third in voting for NFL defensive player of the year behind Khalil Mack and Von Miller. The arrival of CB Janoris Jenkins was another significant reason for last year's defensive turnaround. He leads a promising trio that includes Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and 2016 first rounder Eli Apple. But the Giants will need upgraded play at free safety."

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Rodak ESPN Buffalo: Bills DL Adolphus Washington arrested at water park for improperly carrying concealed gun

Rodrigue Charlotte Observer: Panthers position analysis: Can reality match hype after offseason edge rusher moves?

Mayer Phillips traversed unique road to NFL

Cabot Cleveland Plain Dealer: Jabrill Peppers' guaranteed money is holding up Browns rookie contract

George Dallas Morning News: Cowboys player profiles: Will this be the year for†Tyrone Crawford's†breakout campaign?

Jhabalva Denver Post: Broncos QBs expected to head west with receivers in preparation for training camp

Klis 9News Denver: Emmanuel Sanders feels great after ditching fast food

Hodkiewicz Davon House has gone the extra mile for Packers this offseason

Mock SB Nation: Why Colts Defensive Tackle Johnathan Hankins can live up to the hype

Kaye WTLV Jacksonville: Jaguars 90-man roster breakdown: Wide receivers

Kerkhoff KC Star: Chiefs promote Brett Veach to be their GM

Kelly Sun Sentinel: Landry won't discuss contract extension with Dolphins once regular season begins

Habib Palm Beach Post: The Andre Branch stat that really matters: When he plays, Miami Dolphins win

Reiss ESPN Boston: Patriots well stocked at receiver, with six likely to stick on roster

Daniels Providence Journal: More experienced Thuney looking forward to solid second season with Patriots

McBride Boston Globe: Staying late after practice to work on technique? Trey Flowers will be there

Katzenstein Film review: Larry Warford's sound technique, screen prowess explain signing

Mano SJ Mercury News: Carr reiterates reason for backloaded deal: Keep the team together

Durkin SJ Mercury News: Marshawn Lynchís impact in Oakland evident at free football camp Raiders Rookie Obi Melifonwu Discusses Upcoming Season On Good Morning Football

Kempski Phillyvoice: Eagles training camp preview: Quarterback

Shorr-Parks 3 goals for Eagles' Carson Wentz, Alshon Jeffery during week of work in North Dakota

Fittipaldo Pitt Post Gazette: It's a crucial week for Le'Veon Bell and the Steelers

Lamberti The Record: Passaic Valley's Parlavecchio, NFL's Munchak share special bond

Mueller Timesonline: Steelers Spotlight: Daimion Stafford brings special teams support, experience at safety

Barrows Sac Bee: 49ersí Brian Hoyer leading three-day session in Texas

Williams NBC Bay Area: Matt Breida's Speed Could Lead to 49ers Roster Spot

Dugar Seattle PI: How does the long-term future look for the Legion of Boom?

Jones Washington Post: Almost nothing has changed with a week to go in Kirk Cousinsís negotiations

Keim ESPN Washington: Clock's ticking for Kirk Cousins, Redskins: Why deal remains long shot

Steinberg Washington Post: Kirk Cousins says if he bases his life around money, "shame on me"


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Williams PFT: Eddie DeBartolo hopes to see George Young in Hall of Fame

Giants Birthdays 7-11

Darrell Dess LG/RG TR-PIT 1959, TR-WAS 1966 NYG 1959-1964, 1966-1969 7-11-1935

Derek Engler C UDFA-Wisconsin 1997 NYG 1997-2000 7-11-1974

Ed McGlasson C W-LA 1981 NYG 1981 7-11-1956

Geoff Schwartz LG/RG/RT FA-KC 2014 NYG 2014-2015 7-11-1986

Brandon Short LLB/MLB D4-Penn State 2000, FA-CAR 2006 NYG 2000-2003, 2006 7-11-1977
I'm loving the Cousins ESPN article...  
Dan in the Springs : 7/11/2017 2:04 pm : link
the deadline is a week away and although there are some positive comments I'm hoping they get stuck without a long-term deal.

Why? If he plays well - they're screwed, and if he doesn't - they're screwed. The article mentions that they like Colt McCoy. Good luck with that.
RE: I'm loving the Cousins ESPN article...  
SGMen : 7/11/2017 6:16 pm : link
In comment 13525481 Dan in the Springs said:
the deadline is a week away and although there are some positive comments I'm hoping they get stuck without a long-term deal.

Why? If he plays well - they're screwed, and if he doesn't - they're screwed. The article mentions that they like Colt McCoy. Good luck with that.
Washington "pays" one way or another. I'm hoping Washington gives him the biggest mega-deal and we sack him a half-dozen times, knocking him out of the game and a few more that Washington then loses. LOL. All kidding aside, I wish no ill will on anyone, but the Skins overpaying for someone would be nice.
OL development is the key: we ranked 18th giving up 169 pressures  
SGMen : 7/11/2017 6:25 pm : link
Instead of buying unrestricted free agents, the Giants seem committed to sticking with the very same five starting playersóEreck Flowers, Justin Pugh, Weston Richburg, John Jerry and Bobby Hartówho ranked 24th in run blocking and 2nd in pass blocking per Football Outsiders.
The decision was especially surprising given the mostly downs turned in by the two young offensive tackles. Per Pro Football Focus, Flowers finished 37th out of 40 offensive tackles who played in 75 percent or more of his teamís snaps; Hart, ranked 31st out of that same group.

It was eventually learned that Reeseís decision to stay away from the premium free agents was based on both Flowers and Hart re-dedication to improving their craft by staying in East Rutherford to work on their strength and their stamina."

This offense ranked 2nd in pass blocking last year? Has to be due to Eli's quick release and nothing more, right????

Regardless, last year was last year. I think our OT play will improve; I think Fluker wants it which is why he was willing to play to a one year deal; and, I know Pugh wants big money as does Richburg, who went to Bentley's OL camp this off-season to perfect his craft. I see nothing but hard work across the board and it will show on the field this year (year #2 Solari, year #3 for group on team) and Eli will be relieved.

Better OL; Better TE play; more speed & size. This offense is going to be DEADLY if it stays healthy.
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