There is more pressure than ever on Giants general manager Dave Gettleman to get this year’s draft right, according to a former NFL player and personnel executive who not long ago interviewed with the team for the job Gettleman landed. Louis Riddick said the Giants must get a player with the No. overall pick in the NFL draft who will instantly hasten Daniel Jones’ development and markedly add to the win total for the 2021 season.

Players from the Chicago Bears, Cleveland Browns,New York GiantsandLas Vegas Raiderson Thursday joined players from a number of other NFL teams to say they won't be reporting to team facilities next week to begin voluntary offseason workouts. Offseason programs are scheduled to begin April 19 leaguewide, at which point daily testing for players and staff will commence, according to a memo sent to teams on March 31.

Following the guidance and advice of Browns center and NFL Players Association President JC Tretter, Cleveland’s players joined a growing list of teams vowing to skip voluntary in-person workouts this offseason. The Browns followed the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Denver Broncos, Seattle Seahawks, Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, New England Patriots and New York Giants in saying they’ll exercise their collectively bargained rights not to take part in the workouts, which were scheduled to begin next week.

New York Giants players have added themselves to a growing list of NFL teams that plan to boycott voluntary in-person offseason workouts. The movement stems from players' concerns regarding the league's COVID-19 protocols. The NFLPA tweeted out a statement from Giants players Thursday afternoon.

Could the Giants take a running back with one of their six picks in this draft? Sure they could. Their roster is not exactly stacked with them.

He projects as an NFL starting guard with a Pro Bowl ceiling and tackle versatility. Valentine’s View: I am always supportive of bolstering the offensive line. I’m just not sure I could take Vera-Tucker this early in the draft.

ESPN analyst Louis Riddick appeared on the Giants Huddle podcast with John Schmeelk this week to discuss the New York Giants’ option in the upcoming NFL draft. The Giants hold the 11th overall selection and who they select with that pick has to be a franchise-type player. There’s a difference between team budding and collecting talent.

The New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles both entered the offseason needing upgrades at wide receiver. The Giants have taken care of that, signing Kenny Golladay and John Ross. The Eagles have not, and hope to land one of the elite receivers in the 2021 NFL Draft when the pick at No.

Good morning, New York Giants fans! A Draft Do-over for Every NFL Team over the Past 5 Years - Bleacher Report New York Giants: CB Deandre Baker, No. Overall 2019 The New York Giants gave up fourth- and fifth-round selections in 2019 to jump up seven spots and select Deandre Baker No.

The need is glaring. The New York Giants have to address the edge rusher position in the worst way. At this moment they don't have a player slated to play outsider linebacker who had more than 3.5 sacks last season.

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