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27 April 2013 - 08:14 AMBig fan of the once highly touted Damontre Moore as a top 10 pick before a pitiful combine, but I'm confident TC can get the most out of him. He obviously can sit and learn for a while if he's not ready to go from day 1.
However I know very little about John Hankins the OS DT we took in 2? Any Ohio State fans or college fans know anything more about this kid than the scouting rEports can tell me?
Big fan of how they are 20 and 21 though....they're young so have time to grow into their bodies more and learn more about their positions
27 April 2013 - 08:06 AMI slammed my best friends remote on the ground when we took JPP......whoops lol
25 April 2013 - 01:42 PMWhy would you want a shitty OT who should play G over a really nice DT?
Because outside of our LT Beatty, the rest of our OL is ancient. I personally dont think hes shitty, I love that fact that hes tested in the SEC, and because of our OL situation he will be strictly an RT, we wont be drafting him with plans to move him to left. Plus hes a mauler in the run game, which as unconventional for the Giants as it is, our run game has been nothing short of gross the past 2 years.
25 April 2013 - 01:29 PMNot that I have any idea who Jerry Reese is keying in on, he suprises me every year. But if that is the way the draft falls, there is almost no way we select Richardson with Fluker still on the board.
06 February 2013 - 07:12 PMLatest on Bradshaw...gotta say though with such a small cap number I was very surprised with this move, there must be more concern with his recent foot surgery than we think, otherwise to release such a hard tough 26 year old RB for only 3 Million doesn't make any sense
Ahmad Bradshaw says he's "very confident" his latest foot injury isn't career ending, and that the Giants left open the possibility of re-signing him once he's healthy.
Recovering from an operation to repair multiple breaks to his right foot, Bradshaw expects to be ready to go by training camp. It makes sense for the Giants to leave the door open for a player who is universally lauded for his toughness and remained productive in 2012, but they're likely set at running back with 2012 first-rounder David Wilson and Andre Brown. Coming off a 1,015-yard campaign during his age-26 season, Bradshaw should draw plenty of interest once he's healthy.
Source: Ohm Youngmisuk on Twitter Feb 6 - 5:41 PM