Anything is possible for a general manager trying to fill so many holes, with so many picks at his disposal.
The NFL Draft is just a few days away, and for former Boston College tight end Mike Naples, the hard work is set to pay off.
As far as Roger Goodell is concerned, Radio City Music Hall is an amazing host venue for the NFL Draft, but New York City is not the only city on Earth.
Fortunately for New York, which picks 12th, this draft is so deep that whomever Reese grabs should be a potential starter from Day 1. Here’s a look at where the Giants might go in the draft.
To many, Michael Sam is the ultimate feel-good story. But that doesn’t mean this week is going to play out well for him.
Given the presence of a longtime starter and a capable, if unspectacular back on the roster, should Big Blue consider taking a quarterback in one of the first three rounds of this week’s draft?
Once Michael Sam is drafted in the NFL, the Missouri defensive end will be judged strictly on whether he can play and whether he can help his team win.
This is the fourth year the NFL has had ex-players announce their old clubs’ picks. The second and third rounds are May 9 at Radio City Music Hall.
It wasn’t all about the draft though, as Boomer and Mr. Simms are proof positive that you can take a quarterback out of the locker room, but you can’t necessarily take the locker room out of the quarterback.
In this piece, we’ll look at seven players — one for each round of the upcoming NFL draft — likely to leave it all on the field wherever they end up.
A number of mock drafts have the Giants taking North Carolina tight end Eric Ebron with their 12th pick on May 8. They may be right. But Big Blue has other needs, too.
The Jets are among six teams that have shown serious interest in drafting former Missouri defensive end Michael Sam, according to The Baltimore Sun.
When I started this whole process a couple of months ago at TEST Parisi Football Academy, it all seemed so distant. Now, it was here.
A little over a month since Sam announced his desire to become the first openly gay NFL player, he lifted 225 pounds 19 times, ran the 40-yard dash in an unofficial time of 4.69 seconds and jumped 30 inches.
With my Pro Day up at Boston College next week on March 12, I’m beginning to see that all this work and effort finally has a goal.