RB Da’Rel Scott, 5-11, 211 lbs., is a bit of a mystery.
We noted in our mock draft that every year the Giants seem to throw a curve ball into their draft picks, be it taking a position that many didn’t perceive to be a need
With their numbers at safety dwindling –Michael Johnson wasn’t tendered; Chad Jones is still rehabbing from injuries suffered in a car crash; and Deon Grant is likely to leave via free agency – safety
For those clamoring for a linebacker, the Giants finally delivered with the first of their three six round draft picks, LB Greg Jones from Michigan State.
Stop us if you’ve heard this before from Giants general manager Jerry Reese. “We think he can play either tackle, but he does have left tackle feet for us.” Welcome to the Giants’ edition
With their fourth round selection, the Giants finally addressed their offensive line, taking Indiana offensive tackle James Brewer, a 6-6, 323 lbs. prospect out of Indiana. Primarily a right tackle in college, the thinking
Every year we caution readers that the Giants are going to end up throwing a curve ball in their draft. Well, on a first glance, WR Jerell Jernigan, 5-9, 185 lbs. out of Troy
by Mike Fiammetta DT Marvin Austin hasn’t played regular season football in a year, but that didn’t stop the New York Giants from taking him with the 20th pick of the NFL Draft’s second