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Giants need pass-rush help, but Markus Golden unlikely to return - NFL Nation- ESPN

Golden “falls into the category of good enough to start but not good enough to pay,” writes Jordan Ranaan. He added the Giants may look to add another lower-tier pass rusher later on.

The scenarios that land Yannick Ngakoue on Giants or Jets via trade | SNY

Let’s just say it’s highly unlikely Ngakoue lands with the Giants.

2020 NFL Draft: Wide receiver value outside of round one | PFN

Las Vegas Considered as 2022 NFL Draft Site After 2020 Move Due to COVID-19 | Bleacher Report

This would seem like the right thing to do.

Adam Schefter rips NFL for holding draft while ‘we're carrying out more bodies' | Sporting News

NFL free agency: Jadeveon Clowney lowering contract demands

Jadeveon Clowney, arguably the top remaining NFL free agent left, has lowered his contract demands from $20 million per year to...

Why haven’t Giants made a move yet to upgrade center? Possible reasons (Spencer Pulley?), solutions (NFL Draft?) and potential targets -

When Giants could look for Saquon Barkley backup in 2020 NFL Draft

Paul Schwartz writes that the Giants “do not figure to have much interest in adding a running back in this year’s draft.”

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