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Damontre Moore: The Future of the Giants Defense

On Friday, April 26th, the Giants decided to draft Texas A&M Defensive End Damontre Moore with the 81st Overall Pick. Many draft analysts had stated that if it weren’t for Moore’s character issues, he could have very well been a first round selection. However, due to these precautions amongst league offices, the talented Defensive End […]

From the Gridiron To The Golf Course, Rivalries Start On Draft Day

By Former Giant Harry Carson The NFC East is bulking up. During the 2013 NFL Draft, my New York Giants, the Dallas Cowboys, and the Philadelphia eagles each took offensive linemen with their first-round pick, and then followed them up with a defensive tackle and two physical tight ends, respectively, in round two. This is […]

Video: What Grade Did The Giants Earn In The 2013 NFL Draft?’s Alex Marvez, Peter Schrager and Laura Okmin on the Giants’ 2013 NFL Draft class.

Giants Go O-Line In Round One; Take Syracuse OT Justin Pugh

The Giants used their first pick of the 2013 NFL Draft to shore up the offensive line, as the team picked Syracuse OT Justin Pugh. Pugh is 6-5, 307 pounds, and made 34 starts at Syracuse, mostly at left tackle. He’s an athletic technician, and is being projected to guard or even center by NFL […]

Giants Gab 2013 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Texas A&M DE/OLB Damontre Moore

Athleticism +Explodes out of stance and across the line of scrimmage, is able to catch the OT often before he is set +Coils in his stance prior to the snap +Shows a lot of balance in his rush, is able to rush with speed and power without getting out of control +Generates a lot of […]