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So much for all the talk of Manti Te’o and the concerns in the secondary. The Giants continued to rebuild in the trenches in the second round of the NFL draft on Friday, selecting DT Johnathan Hankins of Ohio State with the 19th pick of the second roundShare Tweet
nydailynews.com Apr 26, 2013New Jersey governor Chris Christie joined NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, Jets owner Woody Johnson and Giants co-owners Steve Tisch and John Mara at the Boys and Girls Club of Hudson County on Friday in Hoboken to announce plans for the Super Bowl XLVII…Share TweetWith Osi Umenyiora leaving for the Atlanta Falcons in free agency, the New York Giants needed to replenish their pass rush pantry. They don't need an immediate starter (which is good, because they don't love trying to draft those), because they can move…Share TweetNew Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman is apparently serious about remaking his defensive line in the Giants mold. A day after using the 14th pick on Utah nose tackle Star Lotulelei, he used the 44th pick on Purdue defensive tackle Kawann Short. Wh…Share TweetMike Florio is joined Newsday’s by Bob Glauber to talk about the first round picks made by the Jets and Giants on Thursday night. The Jets clearly selected CB Dee Milliner as the replacement for Darrelle Revis. The Jets also selected DT Sheldon RichardsShare TweetSam Spiegelman: It should not have been too much of a surprise to see the Giants draft Justin Pugh at Pick 19 last night. For weeks, the Giants have been linked to an offensive tackle with their first selection; but with former Alabama lineman D.J. Fluk…Share TweetFormer New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw has been medically cleared to resume football activities, r. Bradshaw, 27, is recovering from a late January foot surgery to replace a screw in his right foot. He has been waiting to take physicals with…Share TweetThe Giants in Round 1 with the selection of Justin Pugh, the offensive tackle who will likely slide in opposite of Will Beatty Week 1. Though protecting Eli Manning and creating gaps for David Wilson to burst through was a premier concern, the Giants st…Share Tweet
In One Fell Swoop, the Giants’ O-Line Gets Younger and DeeperThe Giants finally drafted a lineman in the first round — Syracuse’s Justin Pugh. Many pundits and GMs liked that about him, but now that he is a pro, where will he fit best — tackle, guard or center? The Giants like him at tackle, but his arrival mShare Tweet
Reese Sticks to His Mantra, Taking the Best Player AvailableThe Giants entertained some trades and then sweated out their turn last night, but got a player that GM Jerry Reese said would have made one of his mentors, George Young, smile. “George, I’m sure he’d smile about it. George (said) you win with big pShare TweetESPN.com Apr 26, 2013NEW YORK -- Three NFC East teams picked in the first round of the NFL draft Thursday night, and the combined weight of the three players they picked is 922 pounds. Finally, they're paying attention to what's important. Yes, the Philadelphia Eagles, New …Share TweetThe round-one window for linebacker Manti Te’o opened. And then it closed. We still don’t know where Te’o will start his NFL career, but we know that it won’t happen with a first-round pedigree. When the Giants arguably reached a bit for SyracuseShare Tweet