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New York Giants fans will find out the news on their second and third-round draft selections from two former franchise icons when the 2019 NFL Draft enters Day 2 on April 26th.

Legendary Giants linebacker turned NFL analyst Carl Banks will announce the team’s second-round draft pick. Super Bowl hero and wide receiver/special teams ace David Tyree will announce the franchise’s third-round draft pick.

Bank will announce the No. 37 overall pick in round two for the Giants assuming they do not trade it.This will once again be a prime spot for Giants general manager Dave Gettleman to land an immediate starter on the offensive line in a draft class that might actually be stronger at offensive tackle (at the top of round two) rather than on the interior offensive line like it was when the team grabbed Will Hernandez.

Of course, the Giants will not force an offensive line pick here as Gettleman has proved to be a “best player available” general manager in the draft. The No. 37 overall pick holds an incredible amount of trade value because it is the first pick to kick off the second day (Friday) of the draft. Gettleman will also be receiving a lot of phone calls from other general managers eager to trade up for a player they figured would be selected in Round 1 but is now still available.

The Giants will enter the draft with the most draft picks they have had since the 2003 NFL Draft when they had 11 draft picks.

The Giants can use the multiple mid-round picks to land players that are graded high on their draft board or to add as assets in trade discussions to move up for a better draft pick or to trade for players.Last offseason, Gettleman traded his fourth-round 2018 compensatory draft pick to acquire linebacker Alec Ogletree from the Los Angeles Rams. Ogletree has made countless drive-saving tackles sideline to sideline, but sometimes fans seem to ignore those when criticizing him for his pass coverage against an 180-pound running back. Ogletree was the defensive quarterback for the Giants while playing 100 percent of the defensive snaps in games he has played — he missed one game with a hamstring injury.The NFL Draft is just a few weeks away and the Giants have the most draft capital since 2003. Stay up to date with everything Giants by taking a second to sign up for our FREE Giants newsletter!

During that 2003 draft class where the Giants had double-digit picks, they landed legendary defensive end Osi Umenyiora in the second round. The Giants also selected offensive linemen David Diehl in the fifth round before drafting the legendary wide receiver and special teams ace David Tyree in the sixth round. Ernie Accorsi was the Giants general manager at the time with Gettleman working under him. Gettleman is taking a page out of Accorsi’ playbook and it’s easy to be excited about thatSterling Shepard reportedly agreed to a four-year contract extension with the New York Giants on Wednesday and the only person who might be happier than him is his former teammate Odell Beckham Jr.

Shortly after news broke that Shepard and the Giants have all but officially agreed to terms on a four-year, $41 million contract extension with approximately $21 million guaranteed, Beckham congratulated his former teammate and pinpointed all the hard work that got him to this point in his career.”Lil bruh since the day u walked into that building yu gave me life, picked me up when I was down, humbled me when I was in the wrong, shown me nothin but love slime,” Beckham said. “I flew across the country for u to be apart of somethin so amazing and special. U have changed my life in so many ways. I will miss being/ seeing u everyday. But let’s get to the real topic…. BAG ALERT boyyyyy u weathered the storm. Stood tall when u had too, head down n keeeppt fighting….. nowwwww looook at u boyyyyy , I’m so happy for u and ur family , and beyond proud of u! Best of luck for the future! U just get started Brother… of courseeee tho, LEMMME HOLSUMMM @sterl_shep3NO MATTER the colors, U will forever be my brother!”

Shepard responded to Beckham’s post almost immediately with a simple but poignant, “For LIFE” message.

During their time together on the Giants, Shepard and Beckham created more than just a bond between two teammates on the field. The two wide receivers became inseparable on the sidelines during games, in the locker room in between, and their friendship extended into major life-altering experiences. When Shepard married his wife and supermodel Chanel Iman last year, Beckham was not only in attendance but he was also a groomsman in the wedding party.

The NFL Draft is just a few weeks away and the Giants have the most draft capital since 2003. Stay up to date with everything Giants by taking a second to sign up for our FREE Giants newsletter!Shortly after news originally broke of the Giants trading Beckham to the Cleveland Browns, Shepard reacted to the decision on Instagram.

“It’s taken a few days for me to process what happened,” Shepard wrote via Instagram at the time. “You have been more than a friend and a mentor you are my BROTHER. Miles between us but brothers 4 life!”

w York Giants fans will find out the news on their second and third-round draft selections from two former franchise icons when the 2019 NFL Draft enters Day 2 on April 26th.

Legendary Giants linebacker turned NFL analyst Carl Banks will announce the team’s second-round draft pick. Super Bowl hero and wide receiver/special teams ace David Tyree will announce the franchise’s third-round draft pick.

Bank will announce the No. 37 overall pick in round two for the Giants assuming they do not trade it.This will once again be a prime spot for Giants general manager Dave Gettleman to land an immediate starter on the offensive line in a draft class that might actually be stronger at offensive tackle (at the top of round two) rather than on the interior offensive line like it was when the team grabbed Will Hernandez.

Of course, the Giants will not force an offensive line pick here as Gettleman has proved to be a “best player available” general manager in the draft. The No. 37 overall pick holds an incredible amount of trade value because it is the first pick to kick off the second day (Friday) of the draft. Gettleman will also be receiving a lot of phone calls from other general managers eager to trade up for a player they figured would be selected in Round 1 but is now still available.

The Giants will enter the draft with the most draft picks they have had since the 2003 NFL Draft when they had 11 draft picks.

The Giants can use the multiple mid-round picks to land players that are graded high on their draft board or to add as assets in trade discussions to move up for a better draft pick or to trade for players.Last offseason, Gettleman traded his fourth-round 2018 compensatory draft pick to acquire linebacker Alec Ogletree from the Los Angeles Rams. Ogletree has made countless drive-saving tackles sideline to sideline, but sometimes fans seem to ignore those when criticizing him for his pass coverage against an 180-pound running back. Ogletree was the defensive quarterback for the Giants while playing 100 percent of the defensive snaps in games he has played — he missed one game with a hamstring injury.The NFL Draft is just a few weeks away and the Giants have the most draft capital since 2003. Stay up to date with everything Giants by taking a second to sign up for our FREE Giants newsletter!

During that 2003 draft class where the Giants had double-digit picks, they landed legendary defensive end Osi Umenyiora in the second round. The Giants also selected offensive linemen David Diehl in the fifth round before drafting the legendary wide receiver and special teams ace David Tyree in the sixth round. Ernie Accorsi was the Giants general manager at the time with Gettleman working under him. Gettleman is taking a page out of Accorsi’ playbook and it’s easy to be excited about thatSterling Shepard reportedly agreed to a four-year contract extension with the New York Giants on Wednesday and the only person who might be happier than him is his former teammate Odell Beckham Jr.

Shortly after news broke that Shepard and the Giants have all but officially agreed to terms on a four-year, $41 million contract extension with approximately $21 million guaranteed, Beckham congratulated his former teammate and pinpointed all the hard work that got him to this point in his career.”Lil bruh since the day u walked into that building yu gave me life, picked me up when I was down, humbled me when I was in the wrong, shown me nothin but love slime,” Beckham said. “I flew across the country for u to be apart of somethin so amazing and special. U have changed my life in so many ways. I will miss being/ seeing u everyday. But let’s get to the real topic…. BAG ALERT boyyyyy u weathered the storm. Stood tall when u had too, head down n keeeppt fighting….. nowwwww looook at u boyyyyy , I’m so happy for u and ur family , and beyond proud of u! Best of luck for the future! U just get started Brother… of courseeee tho, LEMMME HOLSUMMM @sterl_shep3NO MATTER the colors, U will forever be my brother!”

Shepard responded to Beckham’s post almost immediately with a simple but poignant, “For LIFE” message.

During their time together on the Giants, Shepard and Beckham created more than just a bond between two teammates on the field. The two wide receivers became inseparable on the sidelines during games, in the locker room in between, and their friendship extended into major life-altering experiences. When Shepard married his wife and supermodel Chanel Iman last year, Beckham was not only in attendance but he was also a groomsman in the wedding party.

The NFL Draft is just a few weeks away and the Giants have the most draft capital since 2003. Stay up to date with everything Giants by taking a second to sign up for our FREE Giants newsletter!Shortly after news originally broke of the Giants trading Beckham to the Cleveland Browns, Shepard reacted to the decision on Instagram.

“It’s taken a few days for me to process what happened,” Shepard wrote via Instagram at the time. “You have been more than a friend and a mentor you are my BROTHER. Miles between us but brothers 4 life!”