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New York Giants news for Wednesday

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Gallman had a breakout season with Saquon Barkley on the sidelines. With the team signing Devontae Booker over the offseason, Gallman’s time in the Big Apple is likely over as he could be following Weston Richburg’s path from Giants to 49ers.

DeVonta Smith, trade down are enticing options for Giants at No. 11 in 2021 NFL draft - ESPN

ESPN’s Jordan Raanan details what he believes are realistic potential options for the Giants at pick 11 based on insider sources.

3 likeliest landing spots for Micah Parsons - The Draft Network


The Giants are another team who I think could go defense early, although I could easily justify the team selecting a receiver or an offensive lineman. If the team does decide to address the defensive side of the football, I think Parsons will be the pick. The Giants could use another inside linebacker to play next to Blake Martinez and Parsons could be the missing piece to a defense that actually did show some promise in 2020. Defensive Coordinator Patrick Graham is a rising star in the league and someone I could see being a head coach in the near future. Graham utilizes an odd front scheme and likes to rush his backers which plays into Parsons’ skill set perfectly.

One of the things that really stood out when evaluating Parsons was his timing and explosiveness as a blitzing linebacker. He is easily able to time the snap and get past offensive linemen with very little challenge, and he closes violently on the quarterback with an outstanding ability to finish. I would love to see how Graham uses Parsons and I think this would be a really good fit for both the team and player.

Parsons is, quite possibly, the best defender in this year’s draft class. An athletic three-down linebacker with solid tackling and closing speed, Parsons would slot in nicely in the Giants defense. The team has not taken a linebacker in Round 1 since Carl Banks in 1984, but could Parsons’ talent be enough to change that?

New York Giants Draft Needs: What About the Defensive Hog Mollies? - Giants Country

After losing Dalvin Tomlinson this offseason, will Gettleman’s love of “hog mollies” make a return?

Giants 2021 NFL Draft props: Oddsmaker tabs WR or OL as likeliest first-round pick, plus more bets to know - CBS Sports

If you’re betting on the Giants draft, here’s a good look at where the odds stand right now.

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