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Former Giants on the move
We have signed WR/RS Dwayne Harris.— OAKLAND RAIDERS (@RAIDERS) April 3, 2018
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Kick returner/wide receiver Dwayne Harris has a new home with the Oakland Raiders. Harris, 30, was once a premier kick returner but his production has declined the past two seasons. He played only five games in 2017, averaging 6.9 yards on punt returns and 20.9 yards on kickoff returns. A foot injury landed him on injured reserve.
Multiple reports on Monday also have former Giants safety Nat Berhe visiting the Pittsburgh Steelers. Berhe was a fifth-round pick in the 2014 NFL Draft.
Details on Baker Mayfield's pre-draft visits with Jets, Giants - NY Daily News
The Daily News has learned that Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield will make pre-draft visits to the Giants and Jets in the coming days. The Giants, who have the No. 2 pick in the upcoming draft, will first roll out the blue carpet for the Heisman Trophy winner beginning this weekend, according to sources. Mayfield will arrive in New Jersey on Sunday, April 8, and spend time at Big Blue's Quest Diagnostics Training Center on Monday, April 9.
A.J. Green doesn’t think the Giants are dumb enough to trade Odell Beckham Jr. - Cincy Jungle
“That’s stupid. That’s stupid, man,” Green told NFL Network. “It’s a once-in-a-lifetime, or once-in-a-generation talent, man, and you’ve got to be ready. I think he’ll get paid. They not that crazy.”
NFL Draft 2018 | Giants local Pro Day: Who is participating? When is it? (UPDATE) | NJ.com
Giants will get a closer look at NFL Draft prospects from schools like Rutgers, Penn State, Monmouth, Stony Brook and more.
Familiarity an emphasis of roster construction for new Giants leadership – The Athletic
New Giants general manager Dave Gettleman and coach Pat Shurmur had few connections to the players on the roster they inherited this offseason. So, the new...
Picking apart the Giants rebuilding narrative | New York Post
Every move made by the Giants this offseason was designed to improve the talent level on the roster and ensure the culture in the building and environment in...