Good morning, New York Giants fans!
Some names tossed around here for the vacancies remaining on Joe Judge’s stff.
Does Judge think he needs at least one former NFL head coach on his staff? His offensive coordinator hire will probably tell us.
Patricia Traina breaks down how the Giants, already in a good cap situation, can create an even better one.
Considering Judge’s desire scheme and personnel flexibility, a chess piece like Simmons could be in play for the Giants with the fourth overall pick in the draft.
PFF’s Michael Renner writes:
Of all the linebackers to come out in the last half-decade since we started grading college players at PFF, no one has displayed a more versatile skillset than Clemson’s Isaiah Simmons. Standing 6-foot-4, 230 pounds, Simmons might as well have been created in a lab to play defense in today’s NFL. He can go from rushing off the edge to off-ball to the slot and deep safety seamlessly from play to play. He is of the new Derwin James/Jamal Adams hybrid defender mold, only in a larger package. ...
Simmons’ ability to blur the linebacker/safety positional designation is going to be a defensive coordinator’s best friend at the next level. Simmons is the definition of what you want in a modern linebacker.
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