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Panthers RB Christian McCaffrey signs $64M extension -

Hello, Saquon Barkley. There is the starting point for your negotiations with the Giants in a year or so.

Giants wouldn't trade back too far from No. 4 pick in NFL Draft, Charley Casserly says | Newsday

The former NFL GM spoke with Tom Rock.

“I think the Giants, if they are going to go back, won’t go back far,” Casserly said. “If they get that offer.”

If they don’t, they’ll have to take someone with that fourth pick. Casserly believes the Giants have two ways they could go in that situation.

“Their top priorities have to be to protect the quarterback and get to the quarterback,” he said. “Chase Young is not going to be there. I don’t see a pass rusher I would take. But I do see some offensive tackles who would be pretty good picks there. That’s what I would expect them to do. That would be the best value for them with their needs.”

Top 25 NFL Prospects Most Likely to Turn into STARS - YouTube

This is from Next Gen Stats, and there are plenty of names here that you would not expect.

NFL Draft 2020: Giants interested in LSU’s Patrick Queen? Why he’d be a logical pick in 2nd round -

Queen is a linebacker we haven’t talked about very much.

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