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Defenderdawg : 2/11/2020 9:01 am

Slater NFL Draft 2020: Here’s how a Chargers-Giants QB trade-back deal could work, now that Philip Rivers is out in Los Angeles

Fennelly Giantswire USA Today: Giants have NFL's 7th easiest strength of schedule in 2020

Pflum BBV: The Chris and Joe Show: Draft news and trade rumors (Audio)
The Chris and Joe Show: Draft news and trade rumors - Big Blue View

Traina Locked on Giants Podcast: NFC East Crossover show. Today's show touches on Dallas and it also includes a look at the latest mock draft consensus picks for the Giants (Audio)


Bobby Skinner (@BobbySkinner_)
2/10/20, 6:52 PM
Daniel Jones 2019 deep passing thread

20+ air yards from LOS
16/49 33% 500 yards
10 TD 3 INT

2018 rankings
First: Jared Goff 51%
Last: Sam Darnold 21%

Daniel Jones completion % would sandwich him between Aaron Rodgers & Ben Roethlisberger. 2019 numbers aren’t available

Bobby Skinner (@BobbySkinner_)
2/10/20, 6:54 PM
Daniel Jones deep passes @ Tampa Bay Bucs

20+ air yards from LOS
1/5 46 yards

30+ air yards from LOS
1/3 46 yards

Bobby Skinner (@BobbySkinner_)
2/10/20, 6:54 PM
Daniel Jones deep passes v. Washington Redskins

20+ air yards from LOS

30+ air yards from LOS

Bobby Skinner (@BobbySkinner_)
2/10/20, 6:55 PM
Daniel Jones deep passes v. Minnesota Vikings

20+ air yards from LOS
1/7 35 yards 1 TD

30+ air yards from LOS
1/3 35 yards 1 TD

Bobby Skinner (@BobbySkinner_)
2/10/20, 6:55 PM
Daniel Jones deep passes @ New England Patriots

20+ air yards from LOS
1/5 64 yards 1 TD

30+ air yards from LOS

Bobby Skinner (@BobbySkinner_)
2/10/20, 6:56 PM
Daniel Jones deep passes v. Arizona Cardinals

20+ air yards from LOS
1/3 28 yards 1 TD
1 drop

Bobby Skinner (@BobbySkinner_)
2/10/20, 6:56 PM
Daniel Jones deep passes @ Detroit Lions

20+ air yards from LOS
2/4 50 yards 2 TD
1 drop

Bobby Skinner (@BobbySkinner_)
2/10/20, 6:56 PM
Daniel Jones deep passes v. Dallas Cowboys

20+ air yards from LOS
0/2 1 INT

30+ air yards from LOS
0/2 1 INT

Bobby Skinner (@BobbySkinner_)
2/10/20, 6:56 PM
Daniel Jones deep passes @ NY Jets

20+ air yards from LOS

30+ air yards from LOS

Bobby Skinner (@BobbySkinner_)
2/10/20, 6:57 PM
Daniel Jones deep passes @ Chicago Bears

20+ air yards from LOS
1/2 23 yards 1 TD

Bobby Skinner (@BobbySkinner_)
2/10/20, 6:57 PM
Daniel Jones deep passes v. Green Bay Packers

20+ air yards from LOS
3/4 93 yards 1 TD 1 INT

30+ air yards from LOS
2/2 75 yards

Bobby Skinner (@BobbySkinner_)
2/10/20, 6:58 PM
Daniel Jones deep passes @ Washington Redskins

20+ air yards from LOS
3/4 88 yards 2 TD
1 Hail Mary

30+ air yards from LOS
1/2 33 yards 1 TD
1 Hail Mary

Bobby Skinner (@BobbySkinner_)
2/10/20, 6:59 PM
Daniel Jones deep passes v. Philadelphia Eagles

20+ air yards from LOS
3/11 73 yards 1 TD 1 INT

30+ air yards from LOS
1/2 33 yards


Lombardo Here’s Franco Harris’ advice to Giants’ Saquon Barkley to stay durable while shouldering heavy workload


Schwartz NYP: Bret Bielema pushing for Michigan State job after joining Giants staff

McDonald NYDN: Giant upgrades: Here’s who can help Big Blue improve at pass rush


Breer MMQB: What Was Behind the Rivers-Chargers Divorce
Why both parties chose to move on, and what's next for the quarterback and for the team. Plus, the Ravens get a steal, expect Michigan State to try for Saleh again, Terrell Suggs on retirement, and one thing the NFL really likes about the XFL.

Farrar Touchdownwire USA Today: Touchdown Wire's way-too-early 2020 power rankings

24. New York Giants
Current cap space: $61,887,217
Primary free agents: DL Leonard Williams, EDGE Markus Golden, RT Mike Remmers

“Joe who? That was certainly the question on most minds when, after firing Pat Shurmur, the Giants went with former Patriots special teams coordinator and wide receivers coach Joe Judge as their head coach, based in part on the high recommendation of a former Giants defensive coordinator: some guy named Bill Belichick. If Judge is indeed the guy, he’ll have to prove it with a roster that has holes all over it, a general manager in Dave Gettleman who is as vocal as he is impulsive and old school, an ownership group which is now perceived to have jumped the shark, and the ability to handle all this in the media capital of the world. In the end, it might make coaching punts for Belichick look pretty appealing. But Judge does have a star running back in Saquon Barkley and a quarterback with potential in Daniel Jones, which gives him a couple of good starting points. If Gettleman can do a half-decent job of buying the groceries and staying out of his own way, the Giants might actually manage their first winning record since 2016.”

NFL Stats (@NFL_Stats)
2/10/20, 5:35 PM
Teams with Most 2020 Cap Space

Dolphins - $89.3M
Colts - $86M
Bills - $80M
Buccaneers - $79.8M
Cowboys - $77M
Broncos - $62M
Giants - $61.8M
Texans - $55M
Raiders - $54.9M
Cardinals - $53.6M
Seahawks - $50.7M
Titans - $50M
Jets - $49.6M
Browns - $49.3M
Chargers - $48.7M

Shook NFC East rookie grades; biggest offseason needs

“Round 1: (No. 6 overall) Daniel Jones, QB, 13 games/12 starts; (17) Dexter Lawrence, DT, 16 games/16 starts; (30) Deandre Baker, CB, 16 games/15 starts.
Round 3: (95) Oshane Ximines, DE, 16 games/2 starts.
Round 4: (108) Julian Love, CB, 15 games/5 starts.
Round 5: (143) Ryan Connelly, LB, 4 games/3 starts; (171) Darius Slayton, WR, 14 games/9 starts.
Round 6: (180) Corey Ballentine, CB, 13 games/2 starts.
Round 7: (232) George Asafo-Adjei, T, 0 games/0 starts; (245) Chris Slayton, DT, 0 games/0 starts.
Notable rookie FA signing: Kaden Smith, TE, 9 games/6 starts.

The Giants made the most of their haul from the Odell Beckham trade, which landed them, in part, the 17th overall pick, by selecting Lawrence, who had a solid rookie season. New York also might have found its franchise QB in Jones, answering a huge question for the team's foundation. Baker had a tough start but finished strong and stands to make a significant improvement in Year 2. Ximines was effective in his first season despite making just two starts, recording 4.5 sacks. Love is an exciting young player for the back end of New York's defense. Darius Slayton was an excellent find in the fifth round. Ballentine struggled with a position change to the slot, but he could improve with more time.

Free agency/combine focus: Is New York going to attempt to retain Leonard Williams, who was acquired via trade with the Jets in October and is headed for free agency? Darius Slayton, who led the team with 740 receiving yards and eight touchdown catches, was a nice find, but with second-leading receiver Golden Tate (676 yards, six TD catches) at 31 years old, more capital needs to be invested at the position in a deep draft class. The Giants also need to decide whether they're willing to pay to keep linebacker Markus Golden (10.0 sacks) and right tackle Mike Remmers, with the former serving as a pleasant revival and the latter helping bolster what was once New York's most glaring weakness. The Giants are still going to need to address linebacker one way or another and decide whether to seek additional edge help or invest in Williams.”

Preston Baltimore Sun: One way or another, the Ravens need to keep Matthew Judon

Marino The Draft Network: 2020 FREE AGENT PROFILE: EDGE MATT JUDON

Jonas Shaffer (@jonas_shaffer)
2/10/20, 9:24 AM
The Ravens announce they’ve signed safety Chuck Clark to a three-year contract extension. Clark was set to hit free agency next offseason.

That’s one way to spend some cash! (Terms of the deal haven’t been announced yet.)

Getzenberg Charlotte Observer: What free agent Philip Rivers means for Cam Newton’s market and the Carolina Panthers

Cabot Cleveland Plain Dealer: Browns OC Alex Van Pelt liked Baker Mayfield coming out & is eager to coach him after the QB beat his Bengals 3 times

Mary Kay Cabot (@MaryKayCabot)
2/10/20, 1:50 PM
Breaking: Browns Myles Garrett met with #NFL representatives this morning in NY including Commissioner Roger Goodell about reinstatement from his indefinite suspension. No timetable yet.

Teniente Dallas Morning News: Cowboys lead the NFL in average attendance for 11th consecutive season in 2019

Archer ESPN Dallas: Longtime Cowboys LB Sean Lee says he'll play in 2020

Legwold ESPN Denver: How Broncos' QB Drew Lock should spend his winter vacation

Birkett Detroit Free Press: To keep Darius Slay, Detroit Lions must make him NFL's highest-paid CB

Demovsky ESPN Green Bay: What Packers could gain (hint: salary-cap space) before free agency

Wilson Houston Chronicle: Texans continue to reshape defensive coaching staff, hiring Chris Rumph as outside linebackers coach; new DC Anthony Weaver to coach defensive line, former DC Romeo Crennel now associate head coach

Barshop ESPN Houston: How the Texans could attack running back this offseason

News4 Jacksonville: Shad Khan: ‘We don’t want to put extra pressure on fans’

DiRocco ESPN Jacksonville: Can the Jaguars finally find an answer to their tight end problem?

Reid EM Florida Times Union: Jaguars‘ Calais Campbell shares thoughts on second home game in London

Farmer LA Times: Philip Rivers isn’t ready to call it a career after parting with Chargers

Klein LA Times: Rams add to staff with new special teams, running backs coaches

Thiry ESPN LA: Where does the Rams defense stand without Eric Weddle?

Raanan ESPN NY: Former Giants OL Chris Snee is currently meeting with the Dolphins on Monday about a role in their scouting department, per source. Snee has been a college scout for almost three years with the Jacksonville Jaguars specializing in offensive linemen

Rand Minn Star Tribune: Will Stefon Diggs still be on the Vikings at the start of the 2020 season?

Cox NESN: Patriots Offseason Outlook: Questions Abound For New England O-Line

Maaddi AP: I see Taysom Hill trending. He told me Super Bowl week: "I definitely view myself as a franchise QB. .. If New Orleans don't view me that way then I have to leave." Also he loves playing with Drew Brees, hopes to continue doing so


Costello NYP: Why Jets should avoid temptation of trading up in 2020 NFL Draft

Narducci Phil Inquirer: Temple football signs contract extension with Eagles to play at least five more years of home games at Lincoln Financial Field

Branch SF Chronicle: 49ers’ offseason shopping list now vastly different

Wagoner ESPN SF: 49ers expect 'trade-offs' to add talent, stay in Super Bowl hunt

Ruiz For the Win USA Today: We blamed the wrong 49ers coach for the Super Bowl 54 collapse

Andy Reid and Patrick Mahomes don't need any extra help destroying defenses. By playing the same coverages against the same formations all night, Robert Saleh gave it to them anyway.
We're blaming the wrong 49ers coach for the team's Super Bowl collapse

Condotta Seattle Times: Seahawks position overview: Seattle doesn’t have to make big changes at cornerback — but it could

Smith Bucs Likely to Get Big Draft Bump from Compensatory System

Greg Auman (@gregauman)
2/10/20, 10:26 PM
On potential for Philip Rivers and Bucs in free agency: He won't be a cheap addition. He earned $16 million last year, but don't forget he had a $22m signing bonus. His last contract paid him $21 million a year. & #8294;& #8234;spotrac& #8236;& #8297; has his market value at $24.3m/year on the open market

Wyatt Dare to Compare? 25 Categories, 25 Statistical Leaders for the Titans in 2019

Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet)
2/10/20, 8:44 AM
Free agent TE Greg Olsen has a Redskins visit through today, source said. He arrived yesterday. His Seahawks visit is Wednesday, and then Olsen expects a decision by the end of the week. Olsen, who was in the booth for an XFL game yesterday, has also spent time with the Bills.

Copeland Washington Post: Redskins cornerback Quinton Dunbar requested a trade or to be released

Keim ESPN Washington: Unhappy with deal, Quinton Dunbar asks Redskins to release or trade him


Seifert ESPN: Inside the XFL's Week 1: Faster football, innovative rules and a promising start

DeArdo CBS XFL 2020: Los Angeles Wildcats fire defensive coordinator after just one game

Emory Hunt (@FBallGameplan)
2/10/20, 9:38 AM
XFLGuardians HC Kevin Gilbride brought up a great point re: Analytics

He said ‘analytics say what we should/shouldn’t do. As coaches know it’s really good info, & it makes sense, but in the heat of a game, tough to make those decisions. Got to read ur team & game flow’

Emory Hunt (@FBallGameplan)
2/10/20, 9:43 AM
And added ‘it’s tough to make that decision to go for 2 or 3, when their DL had been having a really strong day against our OL’

Conversely, had the Vipers been able to score inside the RZ, decision would’ve been made easier based off how dominant their OL was in game


Thamel Yahoo Sports: Sources: Luke Fickell will not be Michigan State's next head coach

“Michigan’s State’s inability to get to Fickell soon, the public rejections by Tucker and Saleh, and the lack of ability to move covertly has left the search flailing. Don’t be surprised if Michigan State attempts to reach back out to candidates that have turned them down, perhaps with a more attractive financial package to lure them. Michigan State has money, and the likely result will be them spending a lot of it.
Interim coach Mike Tressel becomes an increasingly more attractive option. There are other decent names that MSU could conceivably chase – former Wisconsin coach Bret Bielema, Cal’s Justin Wilcox and Kentucky’s Mark Stoops among them. But Michigan State’s clunky, public and un-focused search has backed it into a corner where anyone who takes it knows he wasn’t close to the top choice. That gives any sitting coach or coordinator tremendous financial leverage if Michigan State does call.”

Sallee CBS LSU hires veteran NFL assistant Scott Linehan to replace Joe Brady as passing game coordinator


Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet)
2/10/20, 2:34 PM
The three-month CT scan for Bama QB and coveted draft prospect Tua Tagovailoa was as positive as possible, sources say. The fracture has healed. The hip and its range of motion is good. It’ll likely be another month before he’s cleared for football activities, tho, as expected

Matt Bowen (@MattBowen41)
2/10/20, 7:59 PM
Utah RB Zack Moss (5-foot-10, 222)

• Light feet to wade through traffic
• Patient runner in gap schemes
• Tackle breaker — power in his pads
• Can shake/run through 1st defender
• Pass game upside in NFL system

Pro comp — Browns RB Kareem Hunt

Pflum BBV: 2020 NFL Draft prospect profile: Jared Pinkney, TE, Vanderbilt

Armando Salguero (@ArmandoSalguero)
2/10/20, 7:36 PM
I don’t get some of these draft analysts. Georgia OT Andrew Thomas is a Top 5 draft pick all day long.

Dane Brugler (@dpbrugler)
2/10/20, 7:37 PM
ArmandoSalguero: A lot of balance issues. That's my main concern. Still a really talented player. NFL starter.

Big difference bw top 5 pick and nfl starter in the sense you hope a pick that high is an all pro. Where do you project?

Dane Brugler (@dpbrugler)
2/10/20, 10:13 PM
ArmandoSalguero: You're right, there is a difference. I think Thomas can be a solid starter in this league with potential to be more. But he's on the ground a ton on tape due to his balance issues. I'd draft him in the top-15 if I had a need at OT.

Former Giants News

Watauga Democrat: Mountaineers hire NFL veteran coach Robert Nunn

“Most recently the defensive line coach for the New York Jets from 2017-18, Nunn was defensive line coach for the New York Giants when they caught fire in the playoffs and beat the New England Patriots to win Super Bowl XLVI.”

Early Chicago Sun Times: Former Bears [Giants] kicker Thomas to retire from state Supreme Court


Walker CBS NFL exploring possibility of flexing games to 'Monday Night Football' in the future, per report


Hersch SNY: Former Jets DE Mark Gastineau says Michael Strahan doesn't deserve single-season sack record

Gosselin Football Maven: State Your Case: Former NYG LB Brad Van Pelt was a great player on a bad team

“Brad Van Pelt was voted to five consecutive Pro Bowls from 1976 through 1980 and was a 4-time first-team all-pro.
Brad Van Pelt looked the way the NFL wants an outside linebacker to look.

He also played the way the NFL wants an outside linebacker to play.
At 6-5, 235 pounds, Van Pelt was the game’s prototypical strongside linebacker. He had the size to take on tight ends, the bulk to shut down the run and the speed to seal the perimeter of a defense. He became the model for what the Giants and everyone else in the NFL wanted at the position – and a decade later New York found that same player (Carl Banks) with a first-round draft pick from the same school (Michigan State).

But Banks played on great teams, helping the Giants win two Super Bowls, and was voted to the 1980s NFL all-decade team. Van Pelt did not play on great teams.
During his 11 seasons in New York, Van Pelt’s Giants managed to win only 49 of their 154 games. The Giants reached the playoffs just once during the Van Pelt era, beating the Eagles in a wild-card game in 1981 and then losing to the eventual Super Bowl champion San Francisco 49ers in the NFC divisional round.
Yet Van Pelt’s performance shined for a decade. He was voted to five consecutive Pro Bowls from 1976 through 1980 and was a first-team all-pro from 1977 through 1980. The Giants even named him their 1970s Player of the Decade, and Van Pelt was inducted in the franchise’s Ring of Honor in 2011.

But the absence of a championship ring hurt him in the Hall of Fame selection process. Of the 321 Hall of Fame players, 66 percent of them won championships. There are only 39 defensive players in Canton who did not win a title. So another great defensive player has slipped through the Hall of Fame cracks without his career ever discussed or debated. Van Pelt deserved that discussion.
Van Pelt was an elite athlete. He was an all-state quarterback in high school in Michigan and all-league in both baseball and basketball. He went on to collect seven letters at Michigan State in baseball, basketball and football, earning All-America honors on the gridiron in both 1971-72 as a safety. He won the Maxwell Award as the nation’s best college football player in 1972 and also was drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals that winter as a pitcher.
The Giants did not have a first-round draft pick in 1973 and Van Pelt slid into the second round over concern he might choose baseball over football. The Giants claimed him with the 40th overall pick of the draft, moved him to linebacker and he became an instant mainstay on one of the NFL’s worst teams. Unfortunately for Van Pelt, Lawrence Taylor did not arrive until 1981 and Bill Parcells did not arrive until 1983. So when the winning began in 1984 in New York, Van Pelt had already moved on to Oakland.

Van Pelt finished his career as a part-time starter on three playoff qualifiers – the Oakland Raiders of 1984-85 and the Cleveland Browns of 1986. But the Raiders lost in the wild-card round in 1984 and the divisional round in 1985. Van Pelt’s last chance for a championship evaporated when John Elway engineered “The Drive” that January in the AFC title game against the Browns. Ironically, the Giants would win their first Super Bowl that post-season.
Van Pelt wore jersey number 10 at both Michigan State and with the Giants as a reminder of his roots as high-school quarterback. He intercepted 20 passes in his NFL career, recovered 13 fumbles and recorded 24 ½ sacks.
Strongside linebackers historically don't flash the stats of the weakside pass rushers. You must watch the tape to see the completeness and efficiency of their games. The tape says Brad Van Pelt deserves discussion.”

Giants Birthdays 2-11

Nick Becton T W-KC 2017 NYG 2017 2-11-1990

Darcy Johnson TE UDFA-Central Florida 2006 NYG 2006-2009 2-11-1983

Ryan Mundy FS FA-PIT 2013 NYG 2013 2-11-1985

In Memoriam

Earl Potteiger B FA-1925 NYG 1925-1928 Born 2-11-1893 Died 4-07-1959


“Earl Potteiger was the head coach of the New York Giants when they first won the National Football League’s championship. He grew up where a large percentage of professional football and baseball players did, in the heart of Pennsylvania. After attending Ursinus and Albright Colleges, where he played each sport plus basketball, Potteiger had professional careers in both baseball and football. As one would imagine, he was tough and aggressive, often playing through injuries that would derail most other athletes...

“The Nash Motormakers of the Chicago Midwest League hired Potteiger to manage their baseball team in 1924. Nash, an automotive producer, was another Kenosha business like Simmons that heavily supported athletic teams. On July 7 in a game versus Niesan, he argued a strike call with umpire George Johnson and was thrown out of the game. At the end of the contest, Potteiger, half dressed, emerged from the clubhouse and attacked the umpire as he left the field. The umpire sustained several blows to the face, was knocked out for over a half hour and rushed to the hospital. Fans swarmed the field to corral Potteiger and protect Johnson. Nash’s manager was arrested, fined $100 and tossed out of the league for the season. His effectiveness in the field was waning as well. In 27 games and 78 at bats, Potteiger managed only 12 hits for a meager .154 batting average.

In September, Kenosha purchased the Toledo franchise of the National Football League. Most of the financial backing came from the Nash and Simmons companies. As happenstance would have it, the main scout and recruiter for the new eleven was George Johnson, the umpire Potteiger previously knocked out. Johnson wasn’t one to carry a grudge and inked Earl to a contract for the season.   As a former ballplayer in Kenosha, he was among the fan favorites that season and was named coach as well. His active season though didn’t last long, only three games; on October 19, he broke his arm in a game versus Hammond and was out the rest of the year. He coached the club to a 0-4-1 record before it dropped out of the league.

In 1925 the 32-year-old  Potteiger joined the New York Giants football team, playing and coaching for the club through 1928. In 1925, he played in two games before breaking his arm yet again. In 1926, Potteiger replaced George Maisel as manager of Wilkes-Barre in the New York-Pennsylvania League midway through the season. He had to obtain a waiver to grant his readmission into Organized Baseball, as he still resided on the ineligible list. The team ended up in seventh place with a 56-73 record. He also played in 51 games, batting .264. That fall, he appeared in one game for the football Giants and was an assistant coach as well. Over the winter, the Giants formed a professional basketball squad, using some footballers to fill out the roster. Potteiger managed the team.

Potteiger returned to Wilkes-Barre in 1927, spurring them to a second place finish with an 80-56 record. Though the club fell six games short of the championship, it was the financial strength of the league. In a league of eight teams, Wilkes-Barre accounted for a full 27% of the attendance. In 27 games, mostly in the outfield, Potty hit .286. That year, he was named head coach of the Giants and guided them to their first NFL championship with a record of 11-1-1. He appeared in seven games as a halfback in 1928 while also coaching the squad. After a dismal 4-7-2 record, Potteiger was dismissed. Over eight seasons in the NFL, he appeared in 21 games, starting only five. For the most part, Potteiger’s professional athletic career came to an end. He did briefly manage the Pottstown entry in the Inter-State League in 1932, and in 1948 he managed a Pottstown women’s softball team that made it to the national tournament.”

Part 2  
Defenderdawg : 2/11/2020 10:18 am : link


Dunleavy NYP: Darius Slayton already taking steps to building on stunning rookie season


Valentine BBV: NFL free agency 2020: How far should Giants go to reel in Jack Conklin?


Cabot Cleveland Plain Dealer: Myles Garrett met with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell Monday about reinstatement from indefinite suspension; Likely to be lifted soon

Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet)
2/11/20, 9:46 AM
The Cowboys are going to try to buck history, attempting to get a deal done with QB Dak Prescott by the close of the franchise tag window on March 10. A lot will have to happen for a deal to come together.

Wells ESPN Indianapolis: Tom Brady? Philip Rivers? Colts look for QBs to push Jacoby Brissett

Daniels Providence Journal: The future starts in March as everything hinges on Tom Brady's free agency


Cimini ESPN NY: Inside the New York Guardians' debut: 'Most important game we've ever played'


Feldman The Athletic: The inexact science: What the high school football class of 2013 taught recruiters about quarterback evaluation

Former Giants News

Brody Miller (@BrodyAMiller)
2/10/20, 5:55 PM
In more coaching news, #LSU cornerbacks coach Corey Raymond's new three-year contract will pay him an average of $600K per year, plus incentives, according to his term sheet. That's more than a 30 percent increase from his 2019 salary
Part 3  
Defenderdawg : 2/11/2020 11:03 am : link

Duggan The Athletic: Assessing which free agents from the new coaching staff’s former teams could fit with the Giants
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