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New York Giants bring tight end Eric Tomlinson back

New York Giants bring tight end Eric Tomlinson back

Eric Tomlinson with the Patriots last season. | Photo by: 2019 Nick Cammett/Diamond Images via Another tight end added to the roster Tight end Eric Tomlinson, who played three games for the New York Giants in 2019, is returning to the team. Tomlinson posted an Instagram photo Friday evening of himself signing a contract, and several reports have indicated that contract is with the Giants. Tomlinson, a 6-foot-6, 263-pound blocking tight end, played three seasons with the New York Jets. Last season, he played two games for the New England Patriots, three with the Giants and three with the...

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Eli Manning shares his thoughts on the Giants’ offseason moves

Eli Manning shares his thoughts on the Giants’ offseason moves

Eli Manning has walked away from the game and is now more than comfortable to talk about the plans the New York Giants are making in their first season without him. To the delight of Giants fans, he thinks that team is making great steps forward. Manning kept an eye on the Giants’ activity in […] The post Eli Manning shares his thoughts on the Giants’ offseason moves appeared first on ClutchPoints.
ClutchPoints Mar 27, 2020
Eli Manning makes revealing statement on what may hurt Giants’ Daniel Jones’ progress

Eli Manning makes revealing statement on what may hurt Giants’ Daniel Jones’ progress

The coronavirus has made its presence felt in the NFL and Eli Manning believes the pandemic could cause some disruption in the development of Daniel Jones for the New York Giants. When asked if the coronavirus could have a negative effect on Jones this offseason, Manning had an interesting answer. “It has the potential to be,” […] The post Eli Manning makes revealing statement on what may hurt Giants’ Daniel Jones’ progress appeared first on ClutchPoints.
New cornerback James Bradberry “didn’t expect” to end up with New York Giants

New cornerback James Bradberry “didn’t expect” to end up with New York Giants

James Bradberry | Photo by Naomi Baker/ Says free-agent offer “came out of nowhere” The New York Giants made cornerback James Bradberry a centerpiece of their defensive rebuild when they signed him to a three-year, $43.5 million contract ($31.98 million guaranteed). It’s an offer Bradberry said on Friday that he “didn’t expect.” “They came out of nowhere and made an offer to us,” Bradberry said Friday during a conference call. “I didn’t even expect them to come make an offer.” Bradberry, drafted by the Carolina Panthers in 2016 when Dave Gettleman was GM, said the...
Big Blue View Mar 27, 2020
Eli Manning: Daniel Jones’ second-year jump could be interrupted

Eli Manning: Daniel Jones’ second-year jump could be interrupted

Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports Retired QB tells us what we should expect with Jones heading into second season Eli Manning says the 2020 season might not be all daisies and roses for Daniel Jones. The two-time Super Bowl winning former Giants quarterback told the New York Post’s Steve Serby that Giants QB Daniel Jones’ progression into his second season could potentially run into difficulty. Serby asked whether Jones’ progression would be interrupted, both football-wise and in terms of what impact COVID-19 could still have on the NFL world. “It has the potential to be,” said...
Big Blue View Mar 27, 2020
2020 NFL Draft prospect profile: KJ Hamler, WR, Penn State

2020 NFL Draft prospect profile: KJ Hamler, WR, Penn State

Photo by Randy Litzinger/Icon Sportswire via Hamler has game-breaking potential, but will his size hold him back? The 2020 NFL Draft is absolutely stacked with wide receiver talent. There are receivers to fit every team and scheme in the League, and it seems as though everywhere you look there’s another receiver starter potential. That’s good news for the New York Giants who could stand to add another receiving threat to help open up their offense. Most of the focus has been on the bigger receivers, to find another outside receiver to compliment their selection of slot receivers....
FanPulse: Did New York Giants improve in free agency? Our voters think so

FanPulse: Did New York Giants improve in free agency? Our voters think so

Confidence in team’s direction is on the rise The New York Giants did not “win” free agency. They did add a couple of talented players to the defense and bring in several useful players who should compete for playing time and — at least — add depth and flexibility to the roster. Giants fans appear to be feeling much better after free agency about a team that has won only nine games over the past two seasons combined. In our most recent ‘FanPulse’ survey 65.35 percent of Giants fans who voted gave the Giants’ free agency work a ‘B’ grade. Another 3.96 percent gave it an...
‘Valentine’s Views’ podcast: About Blake Martinez and Kyler Fackrell

‘Valentine’s Views’ podcast: About Blake Martinez and Kyler Fackrell

USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin-USA TODAY NETWORK via Imagn Content Services, LLC Acme Packing Company’s Evan Western fills us in How much are former Green Bay Packers Blake Martinez and Kyler Fackrell going to the help the New York Giants? Evan “Tex” Western of SB Nation’s Packers website, Acme Packing Company, joins the ‘Valentine’s Views’ podcast to let us know what he thinks of these two players. Despite coverage limitations, Western believes Martinez could thrive behind the Giants’ beefy defensive line and that his intelligence will also be beneficial. As for Fackrell,...
New York Giants mock draft tracker: Tristan Wirfs, Mekhi Becton, and the same old story

New York Giants mock draft tracker: Tristan Wirfs, Mekhi Becton, and the same old story

Adding talent to the offensive line is how most draft analysts expect the Giants to use their first pick in the draft. | Photo by Scott W. Grau/Icon Sportswire via It’s all about the hog mollies NFL free agency has changed the New York Giants is some respects, in particular adding some talent to the defense. What it has not changed is how draft analysts expect the Giants to use their first pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, No. 4 overall. There are 53 mock draft in this week’s updated mock draft tracker. As usual, the focus for the Giants remains offensive tackle. Forty-two of the 53 mock...
New York Giants news, 3/27: Roger Goodell confirms NFL Draft will not be re-scheduled

New York Giants news, 3/27: Roger Goodell confirms NFL Draft will not be re-scheduled

Photo by Michael Hickey/ Let’s get to your Friday headlines Good morning, New York Giants fans! 2020 NFL Draft will go on as scheduled April 23-25 - NFL.com Commissioner Roger Goodell has sent a memo to all 32 teams stating that the 2020 NFL Draft would go on as scheduled from April 23-25. “Apart from the CEC, I have personally discussed this matter with many other owners, club executives and coaches, and there is widespread support for the CEC’s conclusion,” Goodell said in the memo. “Everyone recognizes that public health conditions are highly uncertain and there is no...
New York Giants reportedly sign Austin Johnson to add defensive line depth

New York Giants reportedly sign Austin Johnson to add defensive line depth

Austin Johnson | Photo by Mark Alberti/Icon Sportswire via Giants continue with low-cost depth signings The New York Giants are reportedly signing former Tennessee Titans defensive tackle Austin Johnson, adding depth to their defensive line. The news was first reported by Dan Duggan of The Athletic via Twitter. Johnson, 6-foot-4, 314 pounds, is a four-year veteran who will be 26 during the upcoming season. He is a rotational tackle selected in the second round (43rd overall) by the Titans in the 2016 NFL Draft. Johnson is known more for his run stopping ability, with a career run...
Big Blue View Mar 26, 2020
2020 NFL Draft prospect profile: Jonathan Greenard, EDGE, Florida

2020 NFL Draft prospect profile: Jonathan Greenard, EDGE, Florida

Photo by Sam Greenwood/ Could Greenard be a mid-round value for the Giants? Outside of a couple players at the top of the depth chart, the crop of EDGE players in the 2020 NFL Draft is not particularly highly regarded. But that isn’t the same thing as saying that this is a “bad” EDGE class, and there are players who can have a role in the NFL. That is good news for the New York Giants, who need help rushing the passer but might not have the chance to draft one of the top players at the position. Florida’s Jonathan Greenard started his college career in Louisville, red-shirting...
Big Blue View Mar 26, 2020
7-round New York Giants mock draft: How did free agency change things?

7-round New York Giants mock draft: How did free agency change things?

Photo by Rich Graessle/Icon Sportswire via Chris takes a stab at a mock draft We find ourselves in a bit of a lull as we digest the New York Giants moves during free agency and hone in our final Big Board for the 2020 NFL Draft. And after reacting to mock drafts from Lance Zierlein and Mel Kiper Jr., we decided that this is as good a time as any to put out a mock draft of my own. Rather than go through and mock out the entire draft on my own, I turned to The Draft Network’s mock draft machine — my personal favorite. I tend to agree with their predictive big board and I feel their...
Big Blue View Mar 26, 2020
Film study: Does CB Dravon Askew-Henry have a real chance to help the Giants?

Film study: Does CB Dravon Askew-Henry have a real chance to help the Giants?

Ben Queen-USA TODAY Sports Let’s take a look what askew-Henry brings to the table The New York Giants dipped their toes into the XFL talent pool this week to sign defensive back Dravon Askew-Henry, formerly of the New York Guardians. Askew-Henry played his college football at West Virginia, where he recorded 208 total tackles, 9.5 tackles for a loss, 6 interceptions, and 10 passes defensed in four seasons. Undrafted, Askew-Henry spent the 2019 preseason with the Pittsburgh Steelers, where he was released at final cuts. Outside of his decorated college career, he’s known for two...
Big Blue View Mar 26, 2020
The Chris and Joe Show: Where does the roster stand after free agency?

The Chris and Joe Show: Where does the roster stand after free agency?

Photo by Patrick McDermott/ Taking a look at the state of the Giants’ roster The opening wave of NFL Free Agency is one of the major milestones in the off-season process. It’s an opportunity for teams to add veteran players to their roster, to plug holes and make upgrades that can pay immediate dividends. The New York Giants came in to free agency with money to spend and a desire to fill needs so they don’t have to “shop hungry” at the draft. So how much have the Giants changed their roster since the end of the 2019 season? The Chris and Joe Show takes a look at the Giants’...

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