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Jordan Raanan
ESPN NFL Nation reporter covering the New York Giants. Still a man of the people.
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Jordan Raanan Feb 15
All indications at this point appear to be that Eli Manning will return for another season with the . A look at the where, when, how much and what next for the situation.
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Jordan Raanan Feb 14
The field is pretty much set. I sift through the quarterback options for the Giants and explain there is a strong likelihood the plan for 2019 involves Eli Manning.
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Jordan Raanan Feb 14
Taping an episode of this AM. Fire away with questions on QBs, best vacation spots, free agents, BDay etiquette, etc. Anything goes. Make sure you use
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Jordan Raanan Feb 13
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Jordan Raanan Feb 12
Kind of confused why everyone seems to think Kliff Kingsberry, who was the USC OC up until last month, has so much personnel input when there is a veteran GM in place with Steve Keim. That’s not the way it works in the big leagues for a young head coach.
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Jordan Raanan Feb 12
Really don't understand this thinking. If you believe in a QB, it almost doesn't matter the cost. If he's the real deal he's worth it.
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Jordan Raanan Feb 12
Hard to see the GM who drafted him and is on the hot seat trading him for well less than his original value IMO
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Jordan Raanan Feb 12
What should Giants do at QB?
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Jordan Raanan Feb 11
My understanding is Giants changed the way they graded last year. Don't know to what extent but there were recent adjustments to their way of business.
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Jordan Raanan Feb 11
From a Giants perspective, Kyler Murray in the draft is a positive. Increased the pool of QBs. To each their own though. Have a hard time seeing DG + scouts fall in love w/Murray at top of draft. Size matters to the org.
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Kevin Seifert Feb 11
Kyler Murray could be the shortest QB ever drafted in the first round, per . That context and more in our explainer on his decision today:
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Jordan Raanan Feb 11
Top 10 pick when all is said and done
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Jordan Raanan Feb 10
For your laughing pleasure ...
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Jordan Raanan Feb 8
Replying to @MichaelDavSmith
I saw a list w/Sporting News going back to early 70s. That is what I was looking at.
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Jordan Raanan Feb 8
Peter, a question since you’re involved in this process and know both well. Maybe they’re both deserving but how does a personnel executive who was never Executive of Year make it in before someone like George Young who was a 5-time Exec of Year? Doesn’t make sense to me.
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Jordan Raanan Feb 8
Amazing how few people seem to get this point. When you’re picking second or sixth it’s a lot easier and less costly to get a top QB than if you’re potentially drafting in the teens or 20s, which could be the case if they pass on a QB again this year. That’s always a risk.
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Jordan Raanan Feb 8
That’s fine if that is their choice. Some are missing the point though. The price to move up if they finish 8-8 this season and have the 18th pick will be significantly greater and astronomical because of the demand. Think RG3 trade (3 firsts).
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Jordan Raanan Feb 8
Solid approach if you plan on shatting the bed again this year 🤷‍♂️
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Jordan Raanan Feb 7
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Jordan Raanan Feb 7
alert 🚨 🚨🚨This week’s pod dropped. Talked with ⁦⁩ about Jews in football and how the Giants should finish their O-line rebuild. He liked the idea of Daryl Williams at RT. 🤔🤔🤔
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