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New York Giants' news, 3/1: Ramses Barden ready to move on

Ramses Barden says it is 'probably best' for him to move to a new team. That and more in this morning's Giants' notebook.

Ramses Barden sounds ready to leave the Giants
Ramses Barden sounds ready to leave the Giants
Grant Halverson

Good morning, New York Giants' fans. Your Friday morning notebook is highlighted by Ramses Barden saying hew is looking to move on to a new team.

Ramses Barden says 'it's probably best for me' to move on from Giants |
"I'm really kind of excited for the offseason, because as much fun as I've had in New York -- yeah, I was comfortable there -- it's probably best for me to start looking in other places for a new system, a refreshed sense of welcoming," Barden told SiriusXM NFL Radio today. "I think everybody can benefit from newness in their lives at a certain time, and this is going to be one of those for me. ... I was always the team player, I was always working, a lot of times I was open -- and there's no ill feelings from me. I had a great experience with the Giants. Had I had more opportunities to seize, I would have seized them, and I'm confident in that."

Barden also uttered this brilliant quote.

"A dog sheds, an animal sheds, and they become bigger and grow into a new skin, a new coat. And this is just my process, this is my evolution as a receiver where I feel like I'm ready for something new."

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