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Giants news, 10/7: Defense driven by "a collective effort"

New York Giants headlines for Wednesday, 10/7.

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Good morning, New York Giants fans! Here are some headlines for your Wednesday work day.

Jon Beason believes in young guns on Giants defense

In an interview with The Opening Drive on SiriusXM NFL radio, Giants middle linebacker Jon Beason explains that the young guys on the team have relished their opportunity and that it's been about the effort of the team that has allowed the defense to excel early in the season. Take a listen to the full interview here:

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Tom Coughlin's still got it, and Rex Ryan could learn a few things from the Big Blue head coach.

Odell Beckham Jr. could potentially be fined or even suspended if the accusations about him throwing punches at Bills players turn out to be true.

Kerry Wynn is the big winner in this week's stock report.

What grade do the Giants get after their Week 4 victory against the Bills? Hint: It's good.

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With Daniel Fells set to miss the rest of the season due to a staph infection, former Giant Adrien Robinson headlines this week's edition of Tuesday Tryouts.

The Giants are heavy favorites for the Week 5 contest against the 49ers.

What does Ed have to say in this week's edition of "Five Things I Think I Think?"

Around the NFL

Former Giant kicker Brandon McManus is popular with analytics, as PFF has named him a member of their All-Pro team through Week 4. In his second season with the Denver Broncos, McManus has made all of his field goals this season, including three from farther than 50 yards.

Former Giant safety Kenny Phillips has been released by the New Orleans Saints.

Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy has returned from his suspension, and takes a jab at Tom Brady.

Bills rookie running back Karlos Williams suffered a concussion on Sunday against the Giants and is now questionable for Week 5.