New York Giants general manager Dave Gettleman is expecting a lot from his quarterback this season. Daniel Jones is set to enter his third season in the
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Plenty, but not everything, the Giants did in free agency was specifically designed to provide help and support for Daniel Jones. There is no doubt the front office now believes the still-young quarterback, entering his third NFL season, is in a more advantageous position than ever before. “Of course, I’ve always believed you draft the
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“You look at the other guys that won them, they’re a lot of one-timers,” Rivera told Cris Collinsworth.
Michael Strahan is a household name as the co-host of “Good Morning America,” but the Giants legend believes his career would have panned out differently had they lost to the Patriots in Super Bowl XLII. “It would be different because winning is everything wherever you are, winning in New York City magnifies you 100 times,”
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