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Giants morning report: Jay Bromley aims for better second season

New York Giants headlines for Wednesday, 7/1.

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Jay Bromley
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Good morning, New York Giants fans! Let's get your first day in July started with a little bit later than usual look at the headlines. You know, even Big Blue View keeps summer hours once in a while.

Bromley: 'I wasn't good enough' last year

You have to love the attitude of second-year defensive tackle Jay Bromley. Good friend Pat Traina asked Bromley recently about his lack of playing time as a rookie. Rather than whine, Bromley owned it:

"Last year, plan and simple, I guess I wasn't good enough."

Bromley told Traina he is aiming to make 2015 a different story:

"I want Jay Bromley to be night and day better than what Jay Bromley was this time last year. I want the New York Giants organization and its fans to see a much better player who is putting in the work and who is doing everything he can to be the best player that he can be."

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Clemson offensive tackle Isaiah Battle is the biggest name among the four players who have declared. Here is what one scout had to say about Battle:

"He's got good range, moves well for a big man,'' an AFC scout said. "He just needs to get stronger, both in the upper body and lower body. You watch his games last year and he was a lot better at the end of the season than he was at the beginning. There's some upside there.

"Now, if you're looking for a guy to come in and start right away, I don't know that. But if you're OK with him for a year, maybe two, you might have something really good.''

DeSean Jackson says he's an "Eagles killer" on new BET reality show - Bleeding Green Nation

Ex-Eagle wide receiver DeSean Jackson has no love for his former employer. Check out this string of remarks during a reality show he is apparently part of:

"I call myself a Cowboy killer, and a Giant killer. Now I'm an Eagles killer."


"When I was released by the Eagles, I felt they tried to paint a picture that definitely wasn't true. It was a slap in the face coming off one of my best seasons in the NFL."


"It's like the Eagles tried to blow me up. That's cold."

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