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The latest news and rumors in NY Giants football. From Will Grier to Kerry Wynn. 


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There’s nothing people love more than rumors (and news) when it pertains to their favorite team.

So, it’s time for me to deliver the latest news and rumors in NY Giants land.

I’ll discuss everything from Will Grier to Kerry Wynn to a potential offseason trade.

Will Grier 

According to Art Stapleton of The Record, Giants general manager Dave Gettleman is in attendance for the West Virginia-Oklahoma game.

West Virginia’s Will Grier is a name that has received a ton of hype as a potential first-round quarterback in the upcoming NFL Draft.

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Kerry Wynn

According to ESPN’s Jordan Raanan, Giants defensive end Kerry Wynn (concussion) has been ruled out for Sunday’s game vs the Eagles.

He was in concussion protocol this week but it looks like he isn’t quite ready to hit the field just yet.

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Chase Daniel 

As I was watching Chase Daniel successfully operate a modern day “dink-and-dunk, mistake free, quick release” offense on Thanksgiving, I couldn’t help but think of Case Keenum.

Keenum, the guy who current Giants head coach Pat Shurmur helped earn $25 million in guaranteed money this past offseason after going 12-3 as a starter for the Vikings in 2017.

This is also made me think of a potential Giants-Bears trade this offseason.

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Alec Ogletree

According to ESPN’s Jordan Raanan, he believes the Giants are “committed” to Alec Ogletree through next season.

Raanan adds that Ogletree’s “big bonus” ($7 million) from last March (which was converted to a signing bonus) is a legitimate reason for them wanting to give him another year.

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Original article: http://www.bigblueunbiased.com/ny-giants-news-rumors-trades-will-grier-kerry-wynn/

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