When training camp and the regular season come around for 2020, the New York Giants will be expected to have an improved offensive line – one player that will be back from 2019, however, is Kevin Zeitler.
The NFL offseason is in full swing with trade and free agent rumors beginning to heat up. Players and teams are preparing to part ways via trades and free agency, and a couple of big names are on the trade block already.
It’s full-blown draft season now, so following a team with a terrible record is about as exciting as it can get. The NY Giants suffered in 2019, and hopefully, the team can nail its high draft picks come April.
DeAndre Baker struggled badly throughout much of his rookie season with the NY Giants. Despite the inconsistent play, Baker’s natural abilities and progress at the end of the season leave room for optimism in 2020.
It’s no secret the New York Giants will be in the market for a top veteran cornerback when NFL free agency opens on March 18. General manager Dave Gettleman will be putting on a full court press to find that player to solidify the Giants’ long secondary.
Kevin Zeitler spent the first five years of his career with the Cincinnati Bengals and then two seasons with the Cleveland Browns, so the man knows a little something about frustration and disappointment.
Photo by Adam Ruff/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Finding Day 3 gems in the draft can make a huge difference The EDGE position has been one of the more evasive aspects of the New York Giants since the glory days of Justin Tuck, Michael Strahan, Osi Umenyiora, and Jason Pierre-Paul.
Mock draft season is in full swing and everyone who is anyone (and even those who aren’t) are releasing their projections for the 2020 NFL Draft, essentially flooding the internet landscape with opinion and educated guesses.
Connor McGovern | Photo by Timothy T Ludwig/Getty Images Denver starter heded to free agency We have previously acknowledged that center is a position the New York Giants should be hoping o to upgrade this offseason.
Currently, the New York Giants have $69 million in cap space. After they make their roster cuts, they should have upwards of $80 million. The Giants have 22 impending free agents but have not yet made decisions on any of them.
Jeffrey Okudah | Photo by James Black/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Best cornerback in the draft is gifted to New York I get asked all the time what I would do if Ohio State cornerback Jeffrey Okudah, the chalk right now as the player mock drafters expect to go No.
In Mel Kiper’s first mock draft of the offseason, the New York Giants landed star linebacker Isaiah Simmons out of Clemons. Kiper should have stopped there as he proceeded to mock Jeff Okudah to Big Blue in his second attempt.
The New York Giants have received hefty praise for their 2019 draft class, which comes with a thick serving of irony given how critical many are of general manager Dave Gettleman and his perceived misuse of analytics.
The Detroit Lions are the only NFC team that has never appeared in the Super Bowl. They want to change that and this offseason, and general manager Bob Quinn is ready to wheel and deal to make that finally happen.