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New York Giants' news, 3/25: No 'serious interest' in Mark Sanchez

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New York Giants' headlines for Tuesday, 3/25

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Mark Sanchez

Good morning, New York Giants' fans! Here are your Tuesday morning headlines.

No Serious Interest in Sanchez

Mark Sanchez to the Giants is extremely unlikely to happen. NJ.com's Jordan Ranaan reports that the Giants "don't have serious interest" in the former New York Jets quarterback. Per Ranaan, Giants' GM Jerry Reese gave a typical Reese answer Monday when asked about Sanchez, saying "we investigate everything" and "never say never."

Valentine's View: What probably happened here is the Giants made a call to check on Sanchez's health and his price tag, pretty much their standard operating procedure. Don't get yourself all worked into a tizzy here -- there seems very little chance that Sanchez would really end up with the Giants.

John Jerry Faces Evaluation

New Giant offensive lineman John Jerry won't be suspended by the NFL for his role in the Jonathan Martin bullying scandal, but will have to undergo a medical evaluation before being allowed to play. Commissioner Roger Goodell said Monday that the results of the evaluation could prevent Jerry, Richie Incognito and Mike Pouncey "from being part of football for some period of time."

Giants' co-owner John Mara said Tuesday that the Giants were "certainly aware" of the pending evaluation and are "satisfied that he's going to be a good citizen for us."

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