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New York Giants' news, 3/26: Players slam no-dunking rule

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New York Giants' headlines for Wednesday, 3/26

Wesley Hitt

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

Spencer Paysinger and other Giants' players took to Twitter Tuesday to criticize the NFL for its decision to penalize dunking over the goalpost. Valentine's View: All I'm going to say about the whole thing is the NFL is really making itself look silly here. Don't they have other things to worry about?

The New York Post says what the Giants accomplished with their aggressive approach to free agency was "provide themselves with flexibility" in the 2014 NFL Draft. Valentine's View: Agreed. You would still expect the draft to lean heavily toward the offensive side of the ball, but the Giants can hold to their idea of 'value' first.

Speaking of free agency, GM Jerry Reese said Tuesday that tight end, which the Giants have yet to address, "still might present itself to us" in free agency.

AFC coaches spoke to the media Tuesday at the NFL owner's meetings, and Jordan Ranaan of NJ.com came away with some interesting tidbits about several of the newest Giants.

Giants' co-owner John Mara Tuesday marked the passing of Buffalo Bills' owner Ralph Wilson by calling Wilson a "generous guy who I think all of us will miss."

Will Hill topped the Giants list of 'performance based pay.'