Could Giants be suitor for Dolphins OL Laremy Tunsil?

Giants Wire

In the 2016 NFL Draft, the New York Giants selected Ohio State cornerback Eli Apple with the 10th overall pick, an obvious reach after getting aced out on two players they coveted: Michigan State offensive tackle Jack Conklin and Georgia linebacker Leonard Floyd. Apple was considered a first rounder by most, but not a top-10 pick and his pro career trajectory has proven that analysis to be correct as Apple has had an uneven career thus far. So uneven, that the Giants traded him away with two and a half full years and a fifth-year option remaining on his contract. The correct pick at No. 10 that year should have been Mississippi offensive lineman Laremy Tunsil, who was free falling down the draft

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