NFL Draft 2016: LB Myles Jack off Giants board for No. 10 pick: Sources

The concerns with UCLA linebacker Myles Jack’s knee are real. So real that he is not among the players in the running for the No. 10 overall pick with the Giants, two individuals with knowledge of the situation told NJ Advance Media.

The first round of the 2016 NFL Draft is scheduled for Thursday night.

Jack missed most of last season with tore meniscus in his knee. There is legitimate concern around the league that he could need another procedure in the future that could sideline him for another six months. That could come in eight months … or eight years. Nobody really knows. It’s simply information teams must take into consideration on Jack. 

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But the Giants aren’t in any position to take the risk, even if Jack is among the top talents in the draft. They have been the most injured team in the NFL each of the past three seasons. They can’t gamble on a player with a Top 10 pick.

“If the injury is so significant… It’s like school. F is bad and A is good. Anything in between… If it’s a C, there’s some risk,” Giants general manager Jerry Reese said last week when asked about dropping players because of medical concerns. “If there’s a D, there is a lot

Article source: https://www.nj.com/giants/index.ssf/2016/04/nfl_draft_2016_lb_myles_jack_off_giants_board_for.html

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