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New York Giants' news, 1/23: Reviewing what you might have missed

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New York Giants' headlines, and other news from around the NFL, for Thursday, 1/23.

Workers clear snow from the MetLife Stadium stands on Wednesday
Workers clear snow from the MetLife Stadium stands on Wednesday
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Good morning, New York Giants' fans! In case you missed it, the Giants hired a running backs coach on Wednesday. Former Giants' tight ends coach Mike Pope also found a new job -- with the Dallas Cowboys.

We also asked you on Wednesday if you were in favor of the idea of abolishing the extra point. Sixty-four percent of those who have voted in our poll thus far are against that idea. You can still vote if you have not done so already.

We have been doing position-by-position reviews of the Giants, and have nearly reached the end of that series.

Don't miss our complete coverage of the 2014 NFL Draft. If you have been following along you know we have prospect profiles, mock drafts and a Big Board already in place.

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There really aren't any Giants-related stories to add, but there are plenty of interesting items to be aware of.

As Super Bowl previews go, this one might be the best one you will read over the next two weeks.

We know that you know football inside and out. You will still want to watch this 'Animated Guide To American Football' from Deadspin. It really is a simple game.

The winter storm that hit the New York/New Jersey area this week was used as a Super Bowl dress rehearsal of the league's snow removal plan by the NFL.

Believe it or not, there is at least one unnamed team desperate enough to say that Mark Sanchez would be their starting quarterback "as soon as he walked in the door for us."

We know NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell loves to mess with the rules of the game. At least one columnist wishes he would stop.