Good morning, New York Giants fans! Here are some headlines for this offseason Tuesday that could impact the Giants.
Making every NFL team's biggest 2018 free agency decision for offseason
Should the Steelers franchise tag Le'Veon Bell again? What should the Dolphins do with Jarvis Landry? Here's advice on the league's top upcoming roster decisions.
"We're two completely different people," Mayfield said. "I've always been a team-oriented guy. Not saying that Johnny wasn't. But I've quickly earned the respect of my teammates because of how I worked.
"I wasn't given the natural talent that Johnny had. Because he's a talent. And there's a reason he got taken in the first round, amazing player. We're just not the same mentally. Just wired differently."
Bridgewater: 2017 was 'probably my favorite season' - NFL.com
Teddy Bridgewater attempted two passes in 2017 and appeared in just one game. Yet the Minnesota Vikings quarterback said this season was the favorite of his football career.
Ten quarterbacks worth pursuing in free agency/2018 NFL Draft - NFL.com
There are plenty of quarterback-needy teams this offseason, and David Carr is here to help. The former 11-year NFL QB ranks his top 10 quarterbacks worth pursing in free agency or the 2018 NFL Draft.
Mark Schofield’s Check With Me: February 19, 2018 - Inside The Pylon
Mark Schofield's Check With Me series debuts for the 2018 NFL Draft season with his pre-Combine quarterback thoughts on the draft's QB class.
Potential Giants salary cap casualties | Newsday
It’s almost time for spring cleaning at the Giants.That annual chore of sorting through the roster, determining which players probably are not worth the contracts they are currently playing under, and
ESPN analyst calls Louisville QB Lamar Jackson 'short,' says he should play receiver
ESPN NFL analyst Bill Polian argued Lamar Jackson should switch to wide receiver at least partially because he's too short to play quarterback.
New York Giants: Josh Allen. It could be Darnold or Josh Rosen too, obviously. Much smarter NFLers than I told me in the last few days they think GM Dave Gettleman will pass on a quarterback to fill another major need at number two overall, and I don’t doubt it. But the Giants have a 37-year-old quarterback who has been average at best for the past six years, and I don’t see New York passing on a good quarterback crop when the chance to get the next long-termer is there. Allen’s the kind of big, strong, developmental player (though his accuracy could be a big issue) who would be a good pupil under Manning and Pat Shurmur for the next couple of years. Or less.