Found February 22, 2012 on Football Nation:
After winning the Super Bowl in 2011, the Giants still have needs, and there's no better time to fill them than during the NFL Draft. On April 26th, a wild three-day event will take place in the heart of New York City, and the Giants will be looking to snag important pieces for their quest to defend the title. Even though they are the Super Bowl Champions, holes still remain on the Big Blue roster. Though they are picking 32nd, there will still be plenty of talent on the board, and the first pick is a crucial one for General Manager Jerry Reese, who has had incredible drafts since taking over in 2007. Below, you will find coverage of the first four picks of the New York Giants. Rounds 5-7 could really head in any direction, but I believe Big Blue will fill all of their major holes in those opening rounds. Nobody can claim to be an expert on the NFL Draft, but we can sure as hell try. ========================================= *Aside from round one, all picks are not "...
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