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NFL News: The New York Giants have re-signed, 2012 waiver wire wonder Andre Brown, to a one-year deal worth just over 2 million dollars.
Fantasy Ramifications: At the very least, Brown will serve as the short-yardage and goal line back for the G-Men to start the year. And he should be a hand-cuff candidate in most leagues if you decide Wilson is your guy. In touchdown only leagues, he could be useful as he managed 8 touchdowns in 10 games during his breakout year in 2012.
Personally, I love this kid! And I’m not sold on David Wilson being able to hold onto the starting gig all year. Wilson is a true talent and will get a long leash from Coughlin but a long leash from him is like holding a Twizzler in my mouth and pulling. It’s not that strong but just strong enough to make you work for it…
Ok, so maybe I could use some exercise.
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