Good morning, New York Giants fans! Here are some headlines to get your Thursday started.
Assessing QBs makes draft choice complicated for Giants and Jets | Newsday
Both area teams have high picks, but deep group of quarterbacks, though talented, raise questions.
NFL draft 2018: Is Sam Darnold a ‘system quarterback?’ - SBNation.com
USC relies pretty heavily on RPOs, spread principles, and quarterback improvisation. (Of course, so do the NFL champions.)
Matt Miller's 2018 NFL Scouting Combine Primer | Bleacher Report
Money will be made and money will be lost at the 2018 NFL Scouting Combine, which kicks off this week. Which players are poised to go home with increased stock, and which could turn ...
Gettleman is known for his love of offensive linemen, and may have a particular fondness for potential free agent guard Andrew Norwell based on their history.
Gettleman signed Norwell in 2014 as an undrafted free agent, and the guard has since worked his way up to an All-Pro talent and one of the top projected free agent prospects this spring.
Gettleman noticed Norwell’s ascension.
“(His development) is exciting,” he said. “He’s a great kid. Blue-collar, hog molly, I love him. It’s really gratifying for me to see where he’s at.”
A new look, but mostly the same outlook for Dave Gettleman
“Anytime something like that happens, we all have to understand we're all complicit," Gettleman said when asked about his sudden firing from the Panthers last summer.
“So I have to step back and be honest – and I have a great wife that will make me do that. Joanne doesn't pull any punches. You have to understand that when there's a difference of opinion between people ... If you have a difference of opinion, somewhere in the middle is where it should be. It's (Jerry Richardson's) franchise, he made a decision, and here I am.”
NFL Combine 2018: The biggest test for players is mental, not physical - SBNation.com
What teams are really interested in from players is how they respond to four days that’s really just one big mental test. Retired NFL lineman Geoff Schwartz explains.
Josh Rosen Denies Report He Doesn't Want to Play for Browns, Prefers Giants | Bleacher Report
Josh Rosen would have no problem if the Cleveland Browns made him the No. 1 overall pick in the 2018 NFL draft. Per Sports Illustrated 's Michael Silver , Rosen denied a previous report that he didn't want to play for the Browns...