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Steve Smith Is Five Catches Away From Giants Record:

From The NYPOST: Smith is on the verge of becoming the Giants’ single-season reception leader. He has 78 catches and needs five more to break Amani Toomer’s record of 82 set in 2002. Setting a new standard on Sunday against the arch-rival Eagles in a game that could be for a share of first place […]

2010 NFL Draft Moves To Prime Time:

From ProFootballTalk.com As expected, the 2010 NFL draft will get started on Thursday night, and it will become a three-day affair. The draft gets rolling with the first round on Thursday night, April 22, at 7:30 p.m. ET. Rounds two and three will be held on Friday night, April 23, beginning at 6:30 p.m. ET. […]

William Beaty Just Wants To Help:

From the Conneticut Post: To call UConn football coach Randy Edsall a Tom Coughlin disciple might be stretching the truth slightly. But a man who has now played for both insists the coaching apple didn’t fall far from the mentor’s tree. Will Beatty is a left tackle who spent five years at UConn playing for […]

Stoney Woodson Ready To Start His NFL Career:

From Scout.com As this year’s NFL draft was winding down, the Giants took a look at their list of available prospects and quickly settled on a guy who epitomized everything they were looking for in a seventh-round pick: measurables, experience, and potential. By selecting South Carolina cornerback Stoney Woodson, the Giants got a guy who […]

Giants’ Ware: I Can Replace Derrick Ward

From Profootballtalk.com In the wake of the New York Giants selecting North Carolina State running back Andre Brown in the fourth round of the NFL Draft, veteran Giants back Danny Ware might eventually see his playing time affected. And Ware blogged about that possibility while proclaiming that he feels he’s more than capable of filling the void created when Derrick […]

Andre Brown Biography

Andre Brown’s biography from giants.com: OVERVIEW After playing in a “running back by committee” situation his first three years at State, Brown finally was given his opportunity to be the team’s full-time starter as a senior. Despite his excellent playing speed, he relished his role as the team’s inside runner, dishing out more punishment than […]

Ramses Barden Scouting Report

Here is Ramses Barden’s scouting report from draftcountdown.com: Strengths: Great height and outstanding bulk…Excellent athleticism…Real strong and physical…Good leaper with terrific ball skills…Runs with some power…Has a nose for the endzone…Decent blocker…Intelligent with solid intangibles..Extremely productive  and was dominant at his level.  Weaknesses: Does not have great timed speed…Isn’t real quick or sudden…Has room to […]

Giants Don’t Expect To Land Edwards:

From Ralph Vacchiano: The Braylon Edwards deal, which many people around the NFL believed was all-but done, now appears to be all-but dead. According to a source familiar with the situation, the Giants no longer see any hope of acquiring the Cleveland receiver and are moving forward with their plans to take a receiver early […]

Big Cornerback Visiting

Big CB visiting the Giants. No, not a big name CB, just a big CB. I think the Giants could really be interested in this guy; the Giants like big defensive backs.  Ross, Webster, and Thomas are all at least 6′ tall. From Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com Webber International cornerback Vince Anderson, a 6?2?, 206-pound […]

Possible Trade Partners

With draft day quickly approaching I was looking at some possible trade candidates and this is what I came up with. The Giants have 10 picks in the 2009 NFL Draft and no way 10 rookies make this team. With the Giants being so close and extra picks to burn why not trade up if […]