The Giants entered the NFL draft owning 12 picks, a total general manager Dave Gettleman called “crazy.” He had no intention of using them all. As it turned out, the Giants made 10 selections, as Gettleman traded away picks in the fourth and fifth rounds and swapped his second-round pick (37th overall) with the Seahawks to move into the first round to take Georgia cornerback Deandre Baker at No. 30.
Adding 10 players in a single draft is unusual, and it means the Giants did not have to conclude the draft and swing immediately into filling out the back end of their roster by signing double-digit targeted undrafted free agents.
“The first team to 90 doesn’t win the Super Bowl,” Gettleman…
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