If Dez Bryant’s workout Thursday included an exercise bike, he probably would’ve driven it straight to East Rutherford.
Bryant posted a video to Instagram of he and Giants star Odell Beckham training together, which only will further fuel rampant connecting of the dots that the two soon will be teammates.
Bryant and Beckham are close friends, though Giants ownership wants Beckham to become less of a headache as he matures and Bryant has a reputation of being outspoken with the Cowboys. The pairing might create huge numbers on the field and huge headlines off of it.
The Giants got a hell of a defense, they’re going to pay OBJ, Bryant recently told CBS Sports, via GiantsWire. Playing with him, Sterling (Shepard)… the tight end (Evan Engram), (Eli) Manning? Crazy…. They draft ( Penn State running back Saquan Barkley) ?That’d be crazy!
He left out Marshall. Now we know why.
Beckham reported for the start of the voluntary part of the Giants’ offseason program but it appears he has left the facility. That is not uncommon and he is not alone.
Similar to Ansah coming out of college, Davenport is an athletic marvel, posting elite measurables at the combine to go with his 6-foot-6, 265-pound frame. Hurst, meanwhile, is considered undersized for his position, but his college production is impossible to ignore. Pro Football Focus has touted him as the draft’s best interior lineman.
To round out a list of five, Jeremiah also put Florida defensive tackle Taven Bryan in the mix. Earlier in the call, the analyst praised Bryan’s ability to rush the passer, capable of soundly beating opposing offensive linemen off the snap, but also noting Byran’s need to improve finishing plays.
As for running backs who could help the Lions outside the first round, Brooks highlighted a number of options who could bolster the team’s ability to run with power.
Outside of LeGarrette Blount, they have a lot of guys who are more of the smaller, scat-back types, Brooks said. I’m sure they’d like some size, and if you’re thinking of size in the traditional sense, D.J. talked about Derrius Guice and some of those other guys, but going into the second, maybe third round, (Georgia’s) Nick Chubb being a guy that can do what LeGarrette Blount will probably be asked to do for them.