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Big Blue View Apr 18, 2016

2016 NFL Draft: The case for, against Giants selecting Laquon Treadwell at No. 10

A wide receiver at No. 10? Ole Miss wide receiver Laquon Treadwell reportedly visits the New York Giants on Monday. That means this is the perfect time to break down the case for drafting Treadwell 10th overall, and the case against doing so. The case for Treadwell He is exactly what the Giants need on the outside opposite Odell Beckham Jr. He is a big, strong, physical target at 6-foot-2, 221 pounds who is the consensus best wide receiver in the 2016 draft class. Treadwell brings to the table what Hakeem Nicks did in his prime. From Chris's prospect profile: Treadwell isn't the biggest,...
Big Blue View Apr 12, 2016

2016 NFL Draft:Is Charone Peake the receiver the Giants are looking for?

The Giants look like they need a Number 2 wide receiver, could Clemson's Chrone Peake be a sleeper to fill that role? When the New York Giants have addressed the wide receiver position in the past, it has generally been with high round picks. First-round selections for Hakeem Nicks and Odell Beckham Jr, second-round picks for Steve Smith and Rueben Randle, and third-round picks for Mario Manningham and Ramses Barden. But Charone Peake could change that. He has intriguing tools, but doesn't appear to be highly regarded at the moment. Big boards and mock drafts seem to peg him as an early Day...
Cincy Jungle Apr 5, 2016

Hakeem Nicks works out for Bengals

Hakeem Nicks, in theory, should have enough left in the tank to be an effective receiver, but he showed little to suggest that last season. The Cincinnati Bengals are continuing to work out veteran wide receivers ahead of the 2016 NFL Draft. The latest is former New York Giants receiver Hakeem Nicks, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Former Giants WR Hakeem Nicks tried out today for Cincinnati Bengals, per source. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 5, 2016 Nicks, as you may recall, was once a star receiver for the Giants from 2009-13 and helped lead the franchise to a win in...
Cincy Jungle Apr 5, 2016

Bengals 21st Century Draft Class Tournament: Finals - #1 (2001) vs #2 (2011)

The first Bengals’ draft class tournament enters the championship matchup, leaving busted brackets and defeated draft classes in its wake. Who will emerge as Bengals’ best draft class of the past 16 years? When the brackets for our 21st Century Bengals Draft Class Tournament were first announced several weeks ago, there was much speculation that Geno Atkins and Carlos Dunlap would lead their fourth seeded 2010 draft class over the top seeded group from 2001. But the top seed held on for a 69% to 31% victory in the last semi-final matchup. In the quarter-finals, the top seed fought off...

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