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Inviata - 18/01/2020 : 03:37:20 round of the draft"For the New York Giants lot is riding on the outcome of Thursday night’s first round of the 2019 NFL Draft. Will the Giants find a successor for franchise quarterback Eli Manning? Will they use their picks to add weapons on defense and bolster the offensive line? Here is everything you need to know to be ready when the Giants’ first draft pick is in.On to Day 22019 NFL Draft: Best available players after round one - SBNation.comMissouri QB Drew Lock is one of the key storylines to follow on Day 2 of the draft.Giants make one more first-round moveThe Giants traded up into the end of the first round to select Georgia cornerback Deandre Baker at No. 30. That [url=http://www.Giantsjerseyproshop.com/deandre-baker-jersey/]Deandre Baker Jersey Boys[/url] , potentially, gives the Giants a quarterback of the future and two defensive starters in the first 30 selections. [Full story]Twitter isn’t happy with Dave GettlemanLet’s just say the Daniel Jones pick is not playing well on social media. [More reactions]Giants trade back into first round, select Deandre BakerThe Giants weren’t done on Thursday night. The Giants traded picks 37, 132, and 142 to the Seattle Seahawks for pick 30. With the selection, the Giants took cornerback Deandre Baker from Georgia (full post here). Last year for the Bulldogs, Baker allowed a 44.2 percent completion percentage and 4.1 yards per target on 43 targets per Sports Info Solutions.Giants take Dexter Lawrence at No. 17Hog. Mollies. With the 17th overall pick, the Giants selected Dexter Lawrence, a nose tackle from Clemson (full post here). At 340 pounds, Lawrence was the rock in the middle of the highly talented Clemson defensive line. Per Sports Info Solutions, Lawrence played 48.1 percent of his snaps at the nose and 48.7 percent of his snaps at a more traditional defensive tackle. He’ll add to the rotation along with B.J. Hill and Dalvin Tomlinson.Haskins to RedskinsDwayne Haskins, who many thought should have been the Giants’ target if they were going to select a quarterback, slid to the quarterback-needy Washington Redskins at No. 15. That, of course sets up an interesting “who was right?” narrative between the NFC East rivals over the next decade or so. Not to mention that as of now Drew Lock is still on the board.Giants take QB Daniel Jones at No. 6With the sixth overall pick, the Giants selected Duke quarterback Daniel Jones (full post here). Jones was one of the more polarizing prospects in this draft class, but will be the heir apparent behind Eli Manning.The Giants will pick again at No. 17.First domino fallsIf the Giants want to go get Josh Rosen, now they can. The Arizona Cardinals have selected Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray with the first overall pick. There is this to consider:Thursday pre-draft rumorsTony Pauline of Draft Analyst said Thursday on his pre-draft podcast that the “Giants are back in the conversation” for Arizona Cardinals’ quarterback Josh Rosen. [Rosen, Patrick Peterson to Giants?]Heart condition mis-diagnosed for potential Giants’ first-round target Montez Sweat? [Prospect profile]What does Giants GM Dave Gettleman hope to accomplish Thursday night? This:How about this for a Giants-Cardinals blockbuster trade?Patrick Peterson and Josh Rosen to the Giants for a handful of 2019 and 2020 draft picks. Go vote in our poll.Draft scheduleRound 1: Thursday April 25, 8 p.m. ETRounds 2-3: Friday April 26, 7 p.m. ETRounds 4-7: Saturday April 27th 12 p.m. ETHow to watchThursday: ABC, ESPN, NFL NetworkFriday: ABC, ESPN, ESPN 2, NFL NetworkSaturday: ABC, ESPN [url=http://www.thegiantsfansclub.com/deandre-baker-jersey/]Infant Deandre Baker Jersey[/url] , NFL NetworkLive Stream: fuboTV, NFL.com/watchRound 1 draft order and resultsArizona Cardinals: Kyler Murray, QB, OklahomaSan Francisco 49ers: Nick Bosa, EDGE, Ohio StateNew York Jets: Quinnen Williams, iDL, AlabamaOakland Raiders: Clelin Ferrell, EDGE, ClemsonTampa Bay Buccaneers: Devin White, LB, LSUNew York Giants: Daniel Jones, QB, DukeJacksonville Jaguars: Josh Allen, EDGE, KentuckyDetroit Lions: T.J. Hockenson, TE, IowaBuffalo Bills: Ed Oliver, iDL, HoustonPittsburgh Steelers (from Denver Broncos): Devin Bush, LB, Michigan Cincinnati Bengals: Jonah Williams, OT, AlabamaGreen Bay Packers: Rashan Gary, EDGE, MichiganMiami Dolphins: Christian Wilkins [url=http://www.thegiantsfansclub.com/deandre-baker-jersey/]Deandre Baker Jersey Draft[/url] , iDL, ClemsonAtlanta Falcons: Chris Lindstrom, OG, Boston CollegeWashington Redskins: Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio StateCarolina Panthers: Brian Burns, EDGE, Florida StateNew York Giants (from Cleveland Browns): Dexter Lawrence, iDL, ClemsonMinnesota Vikings: Garrett Bradbury, OC, North Carolina StateTennessee Titans: Jeffery Simmons, iDL, Mississippi StateDenver Broncos (from Pittsburgh Steelers): Noah Fant, TE, IowaGreen Bay Packers (from Seattle Seahawks): Darnell Savage, S, MarylandPhiladelphia Eagles (from Baltimore Ravens): Andre Dillard, OT, Washington StateHouston Texans: Tytus Howard, OT, Alabama StateOakland Raiders (from Chicago Bears): Josh Jacobs, RB, AlabamaBaltimore Ravens (from Philadelphia Eagles): Marquise Brown, WR, OklahomaWashington Redskins (from Indianapolis Colts): Montez Sweat [url=http://www.thegiantsfansclub.com/deandre-baker-jersey/]Deandre Baker NFL Jersey[/url] , EDGE, Mississippi StateOakland Raiders (from Dallas Cowboys): Johnathan Abram, S, Mississippi StateLos Angeles Chargers: Jerry Tillery, iDL, Notre DameSeattle Seahawks (from Kansas City Chiefs): L.J. Collier, EDGE, TCUNew York Giants (from Seattle Seahawks via Green Bay Packers via New Orleans Saints): Deandre Baker, CB, GeorgiaAtlanta Falcons (from Los Angeles Rams): Caleb McGary, OT, WashingtonNew England Patriots: N’Keal Harry, WR, Arizona StateMock drafts7-round Giants mock draft: Daniel Jones edition7-round mock draft: ‘Invictus’ drops by with annual full mockDan’s 7-round Giants mock: Taking a different approachThis year the Giants hold a whopping 12 draft picks through all seven rounds. That includes the two they own in the first round after acquiring one in the Odell Beckham Jr. trade. If you miss any of the live draft coverage, make sure to check out our recaps of all of the big moments. See all of our draft coverage on our 2019 NFL Draft Hub Page.What is the Giants top need?Big Blue View FanPulse voters look at the Giants top need. Sign up here!Giants’ selectionsRound 1 (No. 6) — Daniel Jones, QB, Duke [Full story | Pflum reaction | Schofield reaction]Round 1 (No. 17) — Dexter Lawrence, DT, Clemson [Full story]Round 2 (No. 37)Round 3 (No. 95)Round 4 (No. 108)Round 4 (No. 132)Round 5 (No. 142)Round 5 (No. 143)Round 5 (No. 171)Round 6 (No. 180)Round 7 (No. 232)Round 7 (No. 245) Eli Manning got a loving sendoff from the crowd at MetLife Stadium at the end of the Giants’ win over the Dolphins on Sunday, but the team hasn’t said for sure that Daniel Jones will be returning to the lineup this week.Jones has missed the last two games with a sprained ankle, but practiced all of last week on a limited basis and the prevailing thought around the team has been that he’ll be ready to play against Washington in Week 16. Head coach Pat Shurmur said on Monday that nothing’s been decided on that front yet.“We’ll just have to see,” Shurmur said, via Ralph Vacchiano of SNY. “We’ll just push him along like we did last week. We started [last] week with the idea he might be ready to play. We’ll do the same this week.”Sunday’s game felt like a fitting farewell for Manning as the Giants went from being down at halftime to outscoring the Dolphins 29-10 in the second half. Wednesday’s practice should bring an update about whether Jones’s health could lead to a different final scene.