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In my bones, I had a feeling Pugh would be wearing blue. He wasn’t going to be there for Jerry Reese in Round Two, so he grabbed him at 19. Was it a reach? We’ll see, but the Giants have been high on Pugh for some time and tonight validated that. HereShare Tweet
ESPN.com Apr 25, 2013NEW YORK -- One of Lane Johnson's most challenging assignments during his rookie season as a Philadelphia Eagles tackle will be to block New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul. But it won't be the first time he's been on the same field as the B…Share Tweet
Who Will the Giants Pick?Who do you think the Giants will pick tonight? Will they make a trade? Who will they take if they stay at 19? Let us know… Follow our .Share TweetWhere they're picking: 19 Conventional wisdom tells us the New York Giants are a "best-player available" team that uses the draft not to address specific areas of immediate need but rather to augment and maintain a deep roster from year to yea…Share TweetThe first round of the NFL Draft is tonight, and Giant pundits and fans are flooding the internet with their predictions. The projections are all over the board. I have been bouncing around a few names myself, but this might be the most wide-open draft …Share TweetThe Giants have been connected to a number of different prospects in this draft, ranging from offensive and defensive linemen, to defensive backs, to middle linebackers. But we know the Jints are with the 19th selection tonight. Ezekiel Ansah Slipping? …Share Tweet
New York Giants News for April 25The draft. Is there anything else on the newswire these days? We’ll, there is…. Jenny Vrentas of the Star-Ledger spoke with Giants RB coach Jerald Ingram about David Wilson’s improved pass-blocking and the possibility of Brandon Jacobs returning toShare Tweet
Door Open For Possible Boley ReturnFrom Rotoworld: Newsday’s Tom Rock gets the sense the Giants “haven’t completely closed the door” on re-signing free agent WLB Michael Boley. Sounds like Giants haven't completely closed the door on Michael Boley returning. Interesting.- Tom RocShare Tweetnydailynews.com Apr 25, 2013Florida State defensive end Bjoern Werner says the NFL draft process is a bit “confusing,” and he’s not sure if he’ll get selected in Thursday’s first round. What he does know is where he’d like to play.Share Tweet
Breaking Banks on LB not bad idea for Giantsnydailynews.com Apr 25, 2013It has been 29 long years since the Giants last used their first-round pick on a linebacker, and the drought certainly shows. A linebacking corps that was once feared has lately settled for being average.Share Tweet
Chris Canty advises Ravens Super Bowl hangover “is real”profootballtalk.com Apr 25, 2013After winning Super Bowl XLVI, the New York Giants were unable to return to the postseason last year after posting a 9-7 record in 2012. Defensive end Chris Canty earned a Super Bowl ring with the Giants two season ago and saw the team fail to live up t…Share Tweet
Giants Select Justin PughApr 25Bill Polian breaks down the Giants' selection of Justin Pugh.
New York Giants take Justin Pugh in 2013 NFL DraftApr 25The New York Giants select Syracuse offensive tackle Justin Pugh with the No. 19 overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft.
Fan Pass: Meeting New York Giants wide receiver Hakeem NicksApr 25Adam Rank catches up with New York Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks as he spends some time with fans at a New York Sports Authority.
2013 NFL draft -- First-round winners, losersApr 25Quarterbacks and veteran left tackles took a hit in the first round, but things fell the Vikings' way, writes John Clayton.
2013 NFL draft - Kansas City Chiefs make right move in picking Eric Fisher…Apr 25Chiefs value upside of Eric Fisher over big-school experience of Luke Joeckel.
Don Banks: 2013 NFL Mock Draft 7.0Apr 25Stuff we're hearing as my final mock gets put to bed and the first round of the NFL Draft mercifully approaches: