Good morning, New York Giants' fans! Here are some of your headlines for this Friday morning.
Giants.com summarizes the situation for the Giants along the defensive line, including a look at the top player available in the 2014 NFL Draft.
SB Nation has an interview with Pitt defensive tackle Aaron Donald, a potential pick for the Giants at No. 12. The 6-foot-1, 285-pound Donald says he can't worry about the perception that he might be too small:
"I'm a football player, you know? My film talks for me. Everything that people are questioning, I've showed that on film. There's no point in getting upset about it, getting mad about it. All I can do is keep playing my game. But I feel like I'm a solid football player."
SB Nation also has an interesting look at how NFL scouts evaluate wide receivers.
Where do the Giants rank in terms of draft efficiency?
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