The giant building continued on Wednesday morning when the team handled his nose tackling Damon Harrison to Detroit Lions for…
The giant building continued on Wednesday morning when the team handled his nose tackling Damon Harrison to Detroit Lions for a fifth round in the 2019 NFL Draft.
Trade Harrison comes to the giants of the giants who trade cornerback Eli Apple to New Orleans Saints on Tuesday.
Moving Harrison releases $ 7.75 million against the cap in 2018, allowing the giants to move second-year defensive ruler Dalvin Tomlinson to the starting line.
Giants are shopping for Apple, Harrison … Who’s next?
1st: Giants own their own pick
second round: Giants owns their own picking
4: Giants own their own pick and Saints pick
5th round: Giants own their own pick, Detroit Lions pick
6th round: Giants own their own choice
7th round: Giants own choice originally belonging to Rams and Vikings
Harrison goes into week 8 with 31
tackles and over his three year career with the giants owns 193 tackles with four sacks and a whistle.
As the giant head coach Pat Shurmur explained after Apple trade, the organization wants to give younger players on the roster a chance to play in the second half of the season. They also acquire quite a war chest to go up in the NFL draft on various rounds.
“This will provide an opportunity for some young players and newer players to have the opportunity to play,” said Shurmur Tuesday. “Plus, as we look at this matter forward, we will have a draft package – actually two draft picks, a next year and really a year 2020, in value.”