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New York Giants defensive end Justin Tuck told ESPN Radio that he believes Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o would be a nice addition to the Giants.“I think it is a step in the right place,” said Tuck. ”The whole thing doesn’t come to fruition about the hoax, then nobody is even questioning what he did on the football field. Yes, Alabama might have exposed him a little bit [in the national championship game]. But Alabama exposed a lot of people.“I think Manti has handled this situation as best as he can and has shown some maturity about it, and regardless of where he ends up, it still is going to be kind of a black cloud above his head for a while.”Tuck is willing to mentor Te’o.“Say he does end up with us, hopefully that is something I can help him with,” Tuck said. “And help other guys. I can move the conversation on and say, ‘Listen man, he made a mistake.’ Hopefully, wherever he ends up, there is a vet guy with that same mentality because the guy can play football.“If you allow
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New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul is a rare breed with an incredible upside.
And he knows it.
He recently broke down his views on is 2012-13 performance, his reaction to his Tom Coughlin's comments about his weight and what he can accomplish in the future.
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The New York Giants select 19 overall in the 2013 NFL draft this year, and it’s time to pontificate on who the Giants will select with that pick.
Based on the Giants draft needs and who the Giants interviewed throughout the draft process is a list I created of the possible draft choices.
Chance Warmack, G, Alabama
Barkevious Mingo, DE, LSU
Ezekiel Ansah, DE, BYU
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