New York Teams

Dan Graziano ESPN Staff Writer 

With the 109th pick, the Giants take Clemson LB B.J. Goodson. Led all LBs with 30 bench press reps at the combine.

Dan Graziano ESPN Staff Writer 

Giants on the clock now in the fourth round. Still thinking they need to look at linemen, be they offensive or defensive, after going CB/WR/S in the first three rounds.

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What are the Jets doing at quarterback?

Mel Kiper Jr. understands Christian Hackenberg's potential, so he's not bashing the Jets' choice in Round 2. However, Kiper isn't sure what Gang Green intends to do at QB for Week 1. Winners and question marks (Insider)

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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

In his "Way-Too-Early" mock draft for 2016, posted last May, ESPN analyst Todd McShay had QB Christian Hackenberg going No. 1 overall to the Redskins. He had the Jets taking a quarterback at No. 7 -- Cardale Jones.

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Top stats to know: Day 2 of NFL draft

Ohio State had 10 players taken in the first two days of the NFL draft. ESPN Stats & Information takes a look at that and more.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Recapping the Jets' draft after two days: 1. Darron Lee, LB, Ohio State; 2. Christian Hackenberg, QB, Penn State; 3. Jarvis Jenkins, OLB, Georgia. They have three picks on Day 3.

Thumbs up or down: Christian Hackenberg

The Jets made a big splash in the middle of Round 2, taking Hackenberg at No. 51 overall. Was it the right decision? Rich Cimini answers

Thumbs up or down: Sterling Shepard

After going defense on Day 1, the Giants added a weapon for Eli Manning early in Round 2. Was Shepard the right choice? Dan Graziano answers

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