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Updates on Kadarius Toney and James Bradberry, plus more on The Giants as the draft approaches – The Athletic
Interesting quote regarding Kadarius Toney in Dan Duggan’s notebook:
“He’s not a guy you can trust,” said a source inside the organization. “He loves the NFL lifestyle, but not the NFL work.”
What surprised me was that he came inside the Giants Organization.
Duggan also mentioned that the Giants are extensively shopping for the Darius Slayton receiver. That’s not surprising given his low production in the past two seasons and his $2.5 million salary. Personally, I have doubts about Slayton making the 53-player roster. If the Giants can get something for him, that’s a bonus.
Giant NFL Draft Big Board: Show of the Day 1, 2 and 3 fits GM Joe Schoen and New York – Athlete
Can General Manager Gu Chuen find his way out of this mess? – Newsday
Giants Wink Martindale’s defense a priority in the first round of the NFL Draft – Newsday
Most people think the Giants’ greatest need is an offensive lineman, and that’s a priority for the team this week, even if he isn’t one in the first round. Since they pick the 5th and 7th, if there are two attacking players, the Giants like equally a bit when they enter the clock, they can pick a defender first knowing that at least one of the two moves will be there at 7th. They might even trade again from seven and hope one of the top three streaks remains available – he has all the smoke around the Charles Cross-loving giants of Mississippi Prepared to be able to catch him later in the round? – Or depending on how far they’re pulled, choose one of the many serviceable starting caliber movers who will be on the board late in the first or early in the second.
All of which indicates that the Giants’ first-round pick on Thursday will be a defender.
2022 NFL Draft: 3 Big Deals That Should Happen
chargers Replace the 17th overall (and other picks) with Giants in the 7th overall
The Charger has been incredibly aggressive this season, partly due to the current West Asian nuclear arms race, and partly to maximize the three years remaining on Justin Herbert’s rookie contract. They signed JC Jackson and traded Khalil Mack to bolster their defense, and here, they trade in hopes of drafting which one Ikem Ekwonu or Charles Cross gets out of the top five in the 2022 NFL Draft. The Chargers can always use offensive line assist, and many dummy drafts make them take Mind the pass in the first round, so it makes sense that if they really wanted a certain possibility, they decided to have it.
The Giants lose nothing in this scenario and really gain a lot. They’d still be able to pick someone like Kenyon Green or Tyler Lindenbaum to improve their offensive streak at 17 and might even be able to get the Charger off one of their early futures as well. Now in the process of rebuilding, the Giants need players and a lot of them are after half a decade of incompetence by former general manager David Gittleman.
Get enough extra picks, especially the first player in 2023, and I’d be OK with that.
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