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With the No. 9 pick in the first round, I took Miami offensive lineman Ereck Flowers for the New York Giants, and here's why:
Our ESPN NFL Nation reporters played general manager for the teams they cover and executed a first-round mock draft. Here are the results.
Giants reporter Dan Graziano breaks down his first-round selection.
Dwayne Harris received a big contract for a special teamer, but the Giants believed it was worth it.
Receiver is not a desperate need at the moment, but team might be tempted to draft one in the first round if Amari Cooper is available.
The Giants are more likely to trade up than down, but look offensive lineman at No. 9 unless someone unexpected slips.
Our draft experts, Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay, engaged in a three-round mock draft Thursday in which they alternated picks. The first round was on ESPN2.
Dan Graziano discusses a meeting between Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and David Beckham, where the soccer star jokingly asked the receiver to keep the Beckham legacy going.
Even if it means a position change for himself, Pugh likes what Scherff could potentially bring to the Giants offensive line.
Tim Hasselbeck discusses the role Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz will have with the team when he returns from a knee injury suffered against the Eagles last season.
Nat Berhe, who projects as a starting safety, had a lot to say about the way the defense operated last year under then-coordinator Perry Fewell.
The highlight of Odell Beckham Jr.'s star-studded celebrity offseason was a recent meeting with international soccer star David Beckham, a hero of his since he was old enough to watch sports.
Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz is continuing to make progress in his recovery from the serious knee injury that ended his 2014 season and believes he will be ready to play Week 1.
Free-agent safety has one-year offer from Giants, visits Houston Texans.
"How'd he catch that ball?" That's what Rodney Harrison has been asking himself ever since David Tyree came down with the ball pressed against his helmet in the drive that gave the Giants a 17-14 victory over the Patriots in Super Bowl XLII.