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Giants news, 10/3: Jylan Ware added to practice squad, Shurmur on offensive line, more

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Giants add offensive tackle to practice squad

The Giants Wednesday added offensive tackle Jylan Ware, a 2017 seventh-round draft pick of the Oakland Raiders, to their practice squad. Here are a couple of pre-draft scouting reports on WareL

Jylan Ware Draft Profile –

BOTTOM LINE A prospect with the traits and athleticism to potentially advance more quickly than others with the developmental label. While his pass sets need work, he seems to have a good feel for how to use his long arms and strong hands. He will need time to add more bulk to his frame to handle bull-rushers, but he has some tools and might have a future in the NFL with more experience and coaching.

Jylan Ware - 12587 | Draft Analyst

Ware is one of the most underrated tackle prospects in this year’s draft and is an athletic lineman with size as well as growth potential. He’s a tremendous developmental prospect who should get late-round consideration, but if he isn’t selected during the draft he will be quickly signed as an undrafted free agent.

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