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    Quote Originally Posted by ny06 View Post
    You're thinking of Dwayne Hendricks
    no he's thinking of Craig Marshall. He was JPP's teammate at USF. He's a decent pass rusher but we cut him

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBlue1971 View Post
    im more concerned about Austin than anyone else! he must take advantage of this opportunity if hes to stay with the Giants!

    he hasnt played very much but maybe he can adjust and be a factor!
    I agree 100%.

    Of all the players on the team, Austin could have the most positive impact. If he can play anywhere near the expectations that Reese had when he picked in him the 2nd round, the defense will be in much better shape than it looks like on paper right now.

    I was totally stoked when he was drafted, and last year, I was ragging pretty hard on him.....but people were arguing he needed more time in the system, which is a point I can understand (even though I didn't totally agreet).

    But in 2013, if he doesn't pan out, I can't see anyone being able to cut him any more slack.
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    As far as I'm concerned, we shouldn't be banking anything on Marvin Austin. I expect to see a high pick on the defensive line again this year.

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    Looking forward to seeing what Austin has to offer but the can not rely on him at is point. They better have a better plan at DT. If he does finally prove he can play and play well then great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juanito View Post
    As far as I'm concerned, we shouldn't be banking anything on Marvin Austin. I expect to see a high pick on the defensive line again this year.
    Quote Originally Posted by Buddy333 View Post
    Looking forward to seeing what Austin has to offer but the can not rely on him at is point. They better have a better plan at DT. If he does finally prove he can play and play well then great.
    I agree with you both.....I'm hoping for the best, but Reese needs to prepare for the worst.
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    the only person I'm optimistic about is Wilson, I think the others will be replaced eventually. Wilson is the only guy that will be here long term.

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    Randle and/or Hosely should be on this list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cloud57 View Post
    the only person I'm optimistic about is Wilson, I think the others will be replaced eventually. Wilson is the only guy that will be here long term.
    Everyone will be replaced eventually, except for Coughlin. He's here forever
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    Austin was on this list last year. SMH

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