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Giants’ Insider Thinks Big Blue Goes BIG In Draft [AUDIO]
The NFL Draft is tomorrow night and even though this will be different than any other year one thing is still true, ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN. The New York Giants currently hold the 4th pick of the 2020 NFL Draft and Giants' insider for ESPN Jordan Raanan thinks they're going to go BIG wit their…
ESPN’s Jordan Raanan Talks Giants With Levack And Goz [AUDIO]
Jordan Raanan covers the New York Giants for the Mother ship ESPN national and ESPN.com.This Sunday's match up against the Pittsburgh Steelers could define the Giants as either overachievers or real contenders for the Super Bowl. Las Vegas has the Steelers as a seven point favorite and not many…
Jordan Raanan Talks Giants With Levack And Goz [AUDIO]
Jordan Raanan covers the New York Giants for ESPN. Jordan has been known to push buttons and ask the inconvenient questions. That's how he gets the scoops most people miss. Don't get me wrong he's not the edgy tick people off for no reason type, he just does his job thoroughly...
Lead Dog (AUDIO)
After missing out on Hue Jackson (who agreed to become the head coach of the Browns today), who is the lead candidate for the New York Giants head coaching job?
Jordan Raanan of NJ.com joined Levack and Andrew Williams at 5:15 this afternoon to answer that, and he said that he thinks the No...
Last Year for Eli?
While the Giants will likely not extend Eli Manning’s contract before the beginning of this season, what if the G-Men don’t ever sign him again? As in, Eli is done in New York after this year? Apparently that’s part of their mindset.
Ben McAdoo Next?
NJ.com's Jordan Raanan joined Armen and Levack on Wednesday. If Tom Coughlin doesn't return to the Giants, would New York be ready to name Ben McAdoo as the next head coach?
Jordan Raanan On The Giants’ Draft
The buildup to the 2014 NFL Draft has been a long one for Giants fans, beginning before the 2013 season was even halfway through - such is what happens when you open with six straight losses.
There was, then, plenty of anticipation for what Jerry Reese would do with his first round pick...