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Team might be deciding between a pass-rusher and an offensive lineman in the first round.
Only one team in the common draft era (1967) has taken a wide receiver in the top 15 in back to back drafts.
Promise Amukamara was an all-Pac 12 guard this past season for Arizona State.
Need picks in the first two rounds and an upside defensive playmaker in the third. A very Giant-like way to go.
Mel Kiper Jr. plays GM for all 32 NFL teams, making his optimal picks for the first three rounds of the 2015 NFL draft -- 99 picks in total.
An examination of the Giants' wide receiver depth chart with 15 days left until the NFL draft:
ESPN Giants reporter Dan Graziano says the team would be wise to stay put and find a difference-maker with the ninth overall pick, the way the Giants did last year when they took Odell Beckham Jr.
The New York Giants agreed to terms with free agent safety Josh Gordy, who gives the Giants a strong safety with NFL starting experience.
The No. 40 draft pick is one on which the Giants likely are spending just as much time as they are on the No. 9 pick, because it's almost as important.
The Royals have yet to lose this season
The selection of Ron Dayne 11th overall in 2000 gets one writer's vote.
Insider takes a look at the biggest roster needs and top prospect targets for the Giants entering the 2015 draft, and includes predictions on how draft night could play out.
The team could use at least one upgrade in its starting lineup, and its first-round pick could provide the remedy.
The Giants Twitter mailbag looks at the team's lack of depth and how it affects their special teams.
Giants Twitter Mailbag Part I: Examining the Giants place in the draft and what side of the ball needs the most help in the draft.