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Jason Garrett expected to return as New York Giants’ offensive coordinator, source says

ESPN is reporting that Garrett will stay, but that several Giants offensive coaches could have altered or expanded roles.

Best cornerbacks available in the 2021 NFL Draft and free agency | NFL Draft | PFF

The Giants, of course, are in the market for an upgrade opposite James Bradberry.

Carl Banks' Super Bowl memories: So much more than 'wide right'

This is a fun look back at a great moment in Giants’ history.

The 1 Prospect Every NFL Team Needs to Grab in the 2021 Draft | Bleacher Report | Latest News, Videos and Highlights

New York Giants: Micah Parsons, LB, Penn State

Current top pick: No. 11

If the New York Giants decide to stick with Daniel Jones at quarterback, they may turn their attention to the defensive side of the ball in the draft. It was the team's strength in 2020, but key defenders Leonard Williams, Dalvin Tomlinson and Kyler Fackrell are scheduled to hit free agency.

Penn State linebacker Micah Parsons is one of the best overall defenders in this draft class, and he could boost New York's defense in multiple areas.

"The Penn State linebacker earned the second-highest run-defense grade we’ve ever given to a true sophomore. What the 240-plus-pounder can do as a blitzer is going to be a weapon in the NFL," Renner wrote.

Parsons didn't play in 2020, but the season before, he amassed 109 total tackles, five sacks, four passes defended and 14 tackles for loss. He's the sort of all-around linebacker who can be the new face of New York's defense for years to come.

Roger Goodell unsure what 2021 season will look like: 'I don't know when normal will occur again'

"I don't know when normal will occur again," Goodell said, in a news conference that reflected the realities of the season. It was held outdoors, with only about 20 masked reporters placed in socially-distanced seats. "We have learned to operate in a very difficult environment. We have found solutions and we will do it again."

NFLPA's DeMaurice Smith: Virtual offseason, protocols produced 'smarter way of playing football'

“I think that every one of these guys who have lived in a football world for a very long time saw their teams do a lot of things differently,” he said. “But let’s just put differently to the side. It was smarter. So the fact that you just didn’t have guys holed up in a facility for hours on end and just killing time, the fact that we are actually able to do things via teleconference and Skype and Zoom, it’s all about being smarter. …

“We’ll continue to talk to the players about the things that they think were a better and smarter way of playing football and I think some of those things, most of things don’t have anything to do with COVID.”

Steelers Hiring Mike Sullivan As QBs Coach | NFLTradeRumors.co

Sullivan held that role for many years with the Giants.

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