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New York Giants' news, 5/21: Jerrel Jernigan, center competition, more

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New York Giants' headlines for Wednesday, 5/21.

Jerrel Jernigan
Jerrel Jernigan
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Good morning, New York Giants' fans! We have already posted a 'Weatherford Wednesday' and a 'Bennett Jackson Spotlight' for you today. Now, let's look at some of the headlines following Tuesday's media access at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center.

In case you missed our brief Google + Hangout with offensive lineman Geoff Schwartz Tuesday night you can still view it.

In looking at takeaways from Tuesday, Jordan Ranaan of NJ.com wonder where wide receiver Jerrel Jernigan fits in the new offense, and doesn't see an obvious answer. Valentine's View: This has been the biggest issue for Jernigan as a Giant. He is a slot receiver, and Victor Cruz is better. Jernigan thrived last year when Cruz was hurt, but his role seems murky right now.

Giants.com offers its own look at 10 things learned on Tuesday.

The New York Post takes an early look at the center competition between veteran J.D. Walton and rookie Weston Richburg.

Xavier Grimble went undrafted, but that hasn't shaken his confidence or his belief he can play in the NFL.

Where and when will the NFL Draft be heldnext year? Right now, nobody knows.