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Giants news, 2/28: What others are saying about the Giants, Odell Beckham, Eli Manning, Landon Collins

Let’s get caught up on all the news from Indianapolis

NFL: New York Giants at Carolina Panthers Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports

Good morning from Indianapolis, New York Giants fans!

You have read my post on Dave Gettleman’s dream, read about what Gettleman and Pat Shurmur said Wednesday regarding Eli Manning, read about Gettleman’s stance on Landon Collins and listened to the latest ‘Valentine’s Views’ podcast regarding Wednesday’s developments. At least I hope you have done those things. If not, well, get cracking!

Once you’re done with that assignment, check out some of the headlines below to see what others are saying.

Daring moves for all 32 NFL teams this offseason
Patrick Peterson on the trade block? A QB in the draft for the Chargers? Eli Manning on the move? Here's one bold move for every club.

It's finding a franchise QB or bust for Dave Gettleman
Memo to New York Giants general manager Dave Gettleman: Please fall in love with someone. Dwayne Haskins … or Kyler Murray … or Josh Rosen should he become available.

Giants' Landon Collins franchise tag drama is about money
If the Giants put the tag on Collins, he would be assured of making around $11.2 million, but it would also cost the Giants $11.2 million on the 2019 salary cap, a figure Dave Gettleman did not discount as insignificant.

Giants' Dave Gettleman has a dream: 'I would love to drop a franchise quarterback in this place' | SNY

Potential Giants target Nick Foles will become free agent | SNY

Giants GM Dave Gettleman has familiar answer for Odell Beckham trade rumors
Giants general manager Dave Gettleman addressed the ever-present Odell Beckham trade rumors before reporters even asked him about it at the NFL scouting combine.

Jets GM open to a draft trade with Giants — if it makes sense
The New York Jets are open for business … even if it is a crosstown transaction. General manager Mike Maccagnan said he is willing to trade back from the No. 3 pick in April’s draft, and he won’t rule out a trade with the New York Giants. The teams have only executed one trade in the past 40 years. The Giants are sitting at No. 6 in the draft and might need to move up to get a quarterback. Could the MetLife Stadium co-tenants make a deal? “As long as the trade made sense to us, there’s nothing that would stop us from doing that,” Maccagnan said.