Uncommon Dilemma: Why New Yorks’ Third-Round Pick is so Intriguing

March 6, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Perhaps the most pressing issue the New York Giants face is the one they havn't done anything about, the gaping hole at middle linebacker.
The man who used to man the middle is no longer apart of Big Blue, leaving New York voiceless and talentless at one of the most important positions on the field.
With possible candidates such as Gary Brackett and Karlos Dansby already off the market, the New York Giants must now decide how they can best fill their need at middle linebacker; whether that's through free agency or the draft is up to General Manager Jerry Reese and Co. 
In either route, the key to finding the solution lye's within an unlikely place; the Giants' third-round draft choice.
Earlier this week, Oakland Raiders linebacker Kirk Morrison was given a third-round tender, and appears to be no longer apart of the Raiders future.
In four of his five years at Oakland, Morrison lead his team in tackles, including a stellar 2009 campaign where he racked up ...

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