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Former New York Giants Star Lands First Coaching Job

Former New York Giants offensive lineman David Diehl is officially breaking into the coaching world. Diehl, who has worked in broadcasting since retiring from the NFL after the 2013 season, announced on Monday that he is joining the staff at the University of Memphis. "My Football Journey Continues & I...
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Giants Sign Third-Round OL Joshua Ezeudu

The New York Giants have signed third-round OL Joshua Ezeudu to a four-year contract. The Giants have now signed five of their 2022 draft prospects:. Ezeudu, 22, was a three-year starter at North Carolina. He was an Honorable Mention All-ACC as a senior. The Giants used the No. 67 overall pick on him in the 2022 NFL Draft.
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Bill Belichick is being wildly catty about not having an offensive play-caller

Bill Belichick has given no hint as to who will be the New England Patriots’ offensive play-caller for the upcoming season. The New England Patriots returned to the playoffs last season after missing it the year prior, where they were bounced out by the rival Buffalo Bills in the Wild Card Round. Afterwards, they saw offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels leave to become the head coach for the Las Vegas Raiders. That left the question of who will be the team’s offensive play-caller for the 2022 season.
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Giants' Kadarius Toney Returns Following Knee Procedure

A knee procedure could help explain an offseason of speculation. Rumors have run rampant that the New York Giants have been shopping second-year wideout Kadarius Toney, reportedly looking for a significant return. That chatter was amplified by Toney’s absence from mini-camp last month; however, since then, the Florida product returned...
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Julian Love is ready to finally assume a starting position

The New York Giants experienced a lot of overturn in their defensive secondary this offseason. The Giants lost key starters on the back-end in cornerback James Bradberry and safeties Logan Ryan and Jabrill Peppers. All three of these 2021 starters will be playing for new teams in 2022. Two crucial members of the secondary remain, however: safeties Xavier McKinney and Julian Love.
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New York Giants: Could rookie Joshua Ezeudu steal the starting left guard position?

The New York Giants have a position battle brewing this summer. There are a number of players contending for the starting left guard position. As OTA’s kicked off, the Giants gave a first glance at their starting offensive line during team drills. Thus far, Shane Lemieux has been penciled in as the starting left guard. But is this a position that rookie third-round pick Joshua Ezeudu could steal?
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Does RB Gary Brightwell have a role on 2022 Giants?

How will the New York Giants new regime assess the value of running back/special teamer Gary Brightwell? That’s an interesting question, and the answer could go a long way toward determining whether or not the second-year running back has a future with the Giants. Let’s discuss Brightwell as we...
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2nd-year QB Mac Jones leaving something behind this year

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. --  Patriots wide receiver Kendrick Bourne probably needed to do a double take when he saw quarterback Mac Jones. Bourne noted that Jones is lacking something he brought with him when he arrived in New England as a first-round draft pick out of Alabama last year. His...
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Playbook: How the New York Giants can utilize Wan’Dale Robinson

May is perhaps my favorite month during the calendar year as a football writer. Why? Because after months of speculation over the draft, landing spots, mock drafts and the rest, the time for speculation is over. We now know where various players landed and we can begin thinking about how they will fit into their new teams from a schematic perspective.
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