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  1. That’s literally the best case scenario. Let Becton practice against his weakness every single day at camp
  2. This is the first time I’ve ever been ok with their negativity and cheap shots. Hoping Woody sees all the hate from the media and pushes JD to just get it done
  3. Screw the precedents, probably worth it to have your rookie starting QB come into camp happy. I guess the front office would rather he show up feeling like he just lost in negotiations? I’m sure that will help everyone feel like they’re in this together
  4. You leave your stoic demeanor at the GD door sir! You expect me to be okay looking at camp tweets at work all day and read about Mike White check downs? I need ZW throwing lasers to Elijah Moore content.
  5. Obviously he would invest it in Dogecoin @mods please merge the threads hope our qb signs tomorrow
  6. I believe the majority of money left on Fant’s contract isn’t guaranteed. Possible camp casualty?
  7. When i heard James Dolan’s band for the first time, I knew I had to be a knicks fan
  8. This looks pretty dumb considering the mantra all offseason was, we don’t need veteran backups because we want the kids to get all the reps!
  9. What a great teacher. Glad he’s showing his students how important it is to throw a monster hissy fit if you don’t get what you want. Maybe Zach has been instructed to not take selfie’s with random fans due to the whole global pandemic/social distancing thing? Or maybe he just didn’t want to. Either way, be an adult...
  10. I think we’re fine rolling without a veteran backup. Zach will have plenty of time with LaFleur, Knapp, and Calabrese.
  11. I actually thought it would be Mac for that exact reason. If he is as good as Jimmy G, there’s tremendous value in getting the same player for a fraction of the cost. Allows them to pay their young studs who will need extensions soon (Bosa, Warner, McGlinchy, etc)
  12. The New York Giants are reportedly adding a notable wide receiver to their roster ahead of the 2021 regular season. According to a report from NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport, the Giants are signing former first round pick Kelvin Benjamin. Benjamin, 30, was a first round pick in the 2014 NFL Draft. The 6-foot-5 wide receiver played for the Carolina Panthers from 2014-17 and later the Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs. Now, Benjamin is back in the NFL, only this time as a tight end. NFL.com noted that man
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