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Former New York Giants wide receiver Golden Tate explains why he feels bad for quarterback Daniel Jones.

The New York Giants have been among the most dysfunctionally run franchises in the NFL recently under general manager Dave Gettleman. He drafted quarterback Daniel Jones in 2019 with the sixth-overall pick, and did not give him much help in terms of coaching and a competent offensive line.

Gettleman is gone, and Joe Schoen has entered as the new general manager, who made the decision to not pick up Jones’ fifth-year option, meaning he is set to become a free agent at the end of next season.

Jones’ former wide receiver, Golden Tate, spoke with Andy Vasquez of NJ Advance Media and expressed how he feels bad for the fourth-year signal-caller.

“I honestly feel bad for Daniel,” Tate told NJ Advance Media on Wednesday. “He was drafted into a rebuilding organization for one, had Pat Shurmur for a year and then got Joe Judge for two years, now another head coach and another rebuild going into his fourth season. He hasn’t had Saquon [Barkley], myself, [Kenny] Golladay, Sterling [Shepard] – no one is ever on the field at the same time. And then on top of that, he had [Jason] Garrett [as his offensive coordinator] and that probably didn’t help much.

“So you kind of feel bad for him because a ton of talent. He has a lot of talent but he just hasn’t had much help due to injuries and how they set it up.”

Golden Tate explains why he feels bad for Daniel Jones

The quarterback has had one of the most unideal situations in recent memory. The starting offense was rarely at full health and on the field at the same time. Jones was a part of that problem, however, as he picked up a multitude of injuries during his first three years. But, there has not been a lot that has gone in his favor.

Jones thrived in his rookie season while playing in Pat Shurmur’s offensive system. Then, Shurmur was fired at the end of the season, but Gettleman remained. The organization brought in New England Patriots special teams coordinator Joe Judge to be the new head coach. Judge brought along former Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett to be his new offensive coordinator.

The quarterback’s production took a hit in the two seasons of the Judge era. Garrett was fired midway through last season and replaced by Freddie Kitchens. At the end of the season, Gettleman got a victory lap at MetLife Stadium despite leaving the organization in terrible shape and the aforementioned 19 victories. Judge was let go after a disastrous end to last season, highlighted by an infamous press conference rant and back-to-back quarterback sneaks called deep near their own end zone in their Week 18 game against the now-Washington Commanders.

Jones has the chance to truly turn things around this season.

Daboll is credited for his work with Josh Allen on the Buffalo Bills, who has developed into one of the top quarterbacks in the entire league. His new offensive coordinator is Mike Kafka, who worked with Patrick Mahomes since he was selected in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft.

Perhaps the best thing of them all is that Schoen focused on actually improving the offensive line by bringing in Mark Glowinski and Jon Feliciano in free agency while using the seventh-overall pick on Alabama right tackle Evan Neal. Add those players alongside left tackle Andrew Thomas, and it is a vast improvement than what Gettleman has put out on the field in the four years prior.

The help is there, it is now up to Jones to prove that he can be the franchise’s quarterback for the foreseeable future.

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Warriors Big Man Lauded as Intriguing, Under-the-Radar Signing

Getty JaMychal Green guards Jonathan Kuminga during a bout between the Denver Nuggets and the Golden State Warriors.

The Golden State Warriors‘ 2021-22 season may have had a storybook ending with their NBA championship run, but the offseason has gone another way entirely. More than anything, it has been a period defined more by what the team lost than what it was able to gain.

Several players from the Dubs’ title-winning roster found their way to new hardwood destinations, including some old faves in Damion Lee and Juan Toscano-Anderson, as well as key contributors like Gary Payton II and Otto Porter Jr.

That’s not to say, though, that the team was totally blanked during free agency. In fact, Warriors president Bob Myers acquitted himself fairly well in his attempt to replace what was lost, while still leaving minutes open for the club’s hot young prospects to take on larger roles next season.

In fact, The Ringer‘s Dan Devine just namechecked one of Myers’ signings as a possible steal for Golden State.

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Devine cobbled together a list of the “most intriguing under-the-radar” acquisitions of the NBA offseason. And the Warriors’ one-year, $2.6 million signing of big man JaMychal Green received a mention in the piece.

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The hoops scribe noted that the Warriors had been on the prowl for “a capable set of hands off the pine just in case young guns Jonathan Kuminga and James Wiseman aren’t quite ready for prime time” and that they had found their man — at a bargain-basement rate — in the cagey vet.

“Enter the 32-year-old JaMychal Green, who brings 49 games of postseason experience from his years with the Grizzlies, Clippers and Nuggets; who can slot in comfortably at power forward or center; and whom two-time MVP Nikola Jokic once said he’d like to play with ‘for the rest of my life.'”

That’s obviously a huge endorsement from Jokic, but Devine can envision a scenario in which Green similarly endears himself to the Warriors’ big guns.

“If Green can switch screens, protect the rim, and play in space while rehabilitating the three-point stroke that cashed in 38.5 percent of the time over a five-season stretch, Steph, Draymond, and Co. might just find themselves feeling the same way.”

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The Three-Point Drop

Green appeared in 67 games for the Nuggets last season, averaging 6.4 points and 4.2 rebounds in only 16.4 minutes per outing. For the most part, his per-minute numbers fell in line with those he had established over the course of his eight years in the league. However, the three-point dip Devine referenced was significant.

After attempting just over 60% of his shots from three-point range over the previous two seasons, Green slowed his roll from behind the arc in 2021-22, dropping that portion to 37.9%. And he only managed to convert those attempts at a 26.6% rate, the worst percentage since his rookie season in 2014-15.

If he can recover in the year to come, it’s not difficult to picture him having a Porter-like impact in the Bay Area. But, clearly, there’s some work that needs to be done there.

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