New Giants GM Gettleman Doesn’t Wait to Make Some Big Moves, Dumps Ross and Hart

24 hours before their final game of the 2017 season, the Giants made some massive moves on Saturday, as new GM Dave Gettleman dumped vice president of player evaluation Marc Ross, and then waived starting right tackle Bobby Hart.

“I worked with Marc when I was with the organization before,” Gettleman said of Ross, who had been with the team since 2007. “I have great respect for him and high regard for his work. Clearly, we’re going in a different direction, but that doesn’t make these kinds of decisions any easier.”

Hart was a seventh-round draft pick in 2015 and became a starter last year, starting 20 games the last two season for Big Blue.

According to multiple reports, Hart showed up at the facility this week and told the Giants he was not going to play, and the team believes he inspired left tackle Ereck Flowers to do the same. Flowers won’t play Sunday with a groin injury.

No matter how you look at it, the moves are going to come fast and furious for the Giants and there are plenty more moves coming as the season wraps up with their final game vs the Redskins.

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