Good morning, New York Giants fan!
Gil Brandt doesn’t offer any fits for the Giants, which might be a bit surprising.
Nothing in this one worth disagreeing about, or that we really haen’t disxussed lready.
This is interesting.
"I've been working with him, assessing what I think his strengths and weaknesses are, and what does he need to do to take that next step to be the perennial All-Pro player that he has the ability to be. He's 25 years old. He's young. Athletic. Can run like a deer," said Seymour, adding that his work with Williams is based on specific defensive-line drills.
"My heart has always been whatever I can do to lend a hand to the young group of talent in the league, I'm willing to do that."
If it were easy, a casual fan could do it..
Solder is a class act.
“That’s excellent,’’ Solder said. “You’ve got a great staff. Growing up, I was a Broncos fan and I just wish the best for all those guys.’’
So what kind of play caller are the Broncos getting in Shurmur?\
“I think he did a great job keeping things dynamic,’’ Solder said. “I think he did a great job of highlighting our best players. We had a lot of success. That wasn’t noticed in our wins and losses but I felt like we did some good things.”ne working with him all day long so that says a lot,’’ Solder said.
Anyone on thiis list you like?
From the weekend
- Giants’ 5-round mock draft, version 2.0: A trade nets two first-round picks
- ‘Valentine’s Views:’ Thoughts on Joe Judge, the 49ers, more
- Around SB Nation: What other NFL blogs are discussing
- Big Blue View mailbag, 2/15: Offseason work, free agency, NFL Draft, more
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