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NFL’s best run-blocking offensive tackle on the Patriots’ roster, per PFF

The advanced analytics website graded the veteran’s 2017 performance positively. The New England Patriots’ offensive line will look quite differently this year than the one the team fielded during Super Bowl 52. While the interior starters are still expected to be the same, the two tackle spots will no longer be manned by Nate Solder and Cameron Fleming: Long time left-side starter Nate Solder now plays for the New York Giants; Fleming left the team to sign a free agency contract with the Dallas Cowboys. While the left tackle spot is still up for grabs – both rookie Isaiah Wynn and...

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Will Giants see the real Janoris Jenkins in 2018?

Jackrabbit’s 2017 marked by injury, suspension In two season, the New York Giants have seen two versions of Janoris Jenkins. In 2016, they saw a shut-down, Pro Bowl corner who looked for all the world like a guy who was worth the five-year, $62.5 million ($28.8 million guaranteed) contract the Giants gave him in free agency. In 2017, saw a guy who didn’t play as well, had his effort questioned and served a suspension after failing to show up on time or notify the Giants of his whereabouts when players were expected to return from bye week time off. Jenkins, of course, much prefers to be...

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Giants’ OT Ereck Flowers says he is “having fun every day”

Flowers says he is happy, and is getting adjusted to right tackle When Ereck Flowers skipped the early portion of the voluntary offseason program, there was an assumption that the fourth-year offensive tackle wasn’t thrilled about being moved from left tackle to right tackle after the acquisition of Nate Solder in free agency. Noticeably reticent with the media, Flowers came out to talk to reporters on Wednesday and said he is “very happy” with the Giants. “I am feeling great, I am having fun every day and I am just looking to continue this,” Flowers said. “I’m here right now...

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Giants mini-camp practice takeaways: New names entering third wide receiver competition

Here is what we learned on Wednesday EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — The New York Giants completed their second mandatory mini-camp practice Wednesday. They practice again Thursday morning, then players are off until training camp. Here are some takeaways. Third wide receiver competition heats up Who is going to be the Giants’ No. 3 wide receiver. It is clear that they will have Odell Beckham Jr. and Sterling Shepard on the field. When they use a third wide receiver, who that will be is less clear. Cody Latimer, acquired via free agency from the Denver Broncos, appears to be the favorite....

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New York Giants: Top 5 acquisitions based on instant impact

The New York Giants have acquired plenty of new talent this offseason both through free agency and the 2018 NFL Draft. Big Blue held their highest draft selection since 1981 and added plenty of value to the roster with their six picks. New York Giants first-year general manager Dave Gettleman landed multiple coveted free agents while […] New York Giants: Top 5 acquisitions based on instant impact - GMEN HQ - GMEN HQ - A NY Giants Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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Did the New York Giants have the NFL’s best offseason?

The New York Giants have received no shortage of praise for the moves they’ve made this offseason. The G-Men already look like a completely different team under new general manager Dave Gettleman and head coach Pat Shurmur. Big Blue has rebuilt their offensive line through free agency and the draft. They’ve added instant playmakers to […] Did the New York Giants have the NFL’s best offseason? - GMEN HQ - GMEN HQ - A NY Giants Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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New York Giants: Flowers’ roller coaster offseason continues

It’s been a roller coaster offseason for New York Giants offensive tackle Ereck Flowers. The former first-round pick lost his starting left tackle job to Nate Solder. The Giants signed Tom Brady’s longtime blindside protector to a four-year, $62 million contract in free agency, according to Spotrac. Head coach Pat Shurmur informed Flowers that he […] New York Giants: Flowers’ roller coaster offseason continues - GMEN HQ - GMEN HQ - A NY Giants Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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New York Giants putting too much faith in Goodson, Apple?

New York Giants general manager Dave Gettleman has addressed some of the team’s biggest weaknesses in his first offseason. He has brought a sense of new life to the organization with his draft selections and has filled some of Big Blue’s most pressing needs in free agency. The additions of Nate Solder, Saquon Barkley, Will […] New York Giants putting too much faith in Goodson, Apple? - GMEN HQ - GMEN HQ - A NY Giants Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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What does a 5-technique defensive end do?

We examine a key role in the new Giants defense as we head back to Summer School When the New York Giants signed nose tackle Damon Harrison in free agency, it was with the understanding that he would be transitioning to a new defensive scheme. The New York Jets used 3-4 defensive front, while the Giants under Steve Spagnuolo used a 4-3 front as the base of their defense. He remarked to reporters that the change didn’t bother him, both systems are basically the same for his position. Now the Giants are transitioning to a 3-4 defense with the arrival of defensive...

Will Jay Cutler be the next QB of the New York Jets?

SNY NFL Insider Ralph Vacchiano breaks down the latest news about the New York Jets and New York Giants as NFL free agency is in full swing, including rumors the Jets could pursue Jay Cutler to be their next QB, and details regarding the Giants signing of

NY Giants Free Agency Primer: Adrian Peterson and Jason Pierre-Paul

SNY NFL Insider Ralph Vacchiano reports from the NFL Combine in Indianapolis, and discusses the New York Giants heading into free agency, including the possibility of signing running back Adrian Peterson, and the latest developments with Jason Pierre-Paul

Jason Pierre-Paul will not sign another 1-year deal, talks future

New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul discusses his future, free agency and his desire to remain with Big Blue, and states that he will not sign another one year contract.