Five news items to start your day (4/25)

Posted Apr 25, 2014

Get caught up with the latest Big Blue happenings

Schedule Breakdown.’s John Schmeelk and Michael Eisen discuss what the NFL world is buzzing about -- the 2014 schedule.
2. Inside the Rivalries. Schedules may change every year, but division rivals don’t. looked at heated rivalries in the NFC East which are sure to produce some memorable moments in 2014.
3. Draft Memories. Exactly 10 years from yesterday the New York Giants drafted two players that would shape the history of the franchise: QB Eli Manning and G Chris Snee. Here they share their memories of the day:
4. Make the Case. In our “Make the Case” web series, we look at the selections provided by two NFL draft experts and their reasons why. Then we ask you, the fans, to weigh in on which player you would like the Giants to select if available at No. 12. Today’s debate is on the offense but at different positions. In recent mock drafts, ESPN’s Todd McShay projects Michigan offensive tackle Taylor Lewan to go to the Giants at No. 12, while analyst Dane Brugler has wide receiver Mike Evans of Texas A&M.

5. Friday Night Lights. Each Friday we’ll try to end your week with a look back at high school highlights from current and former Giants. Today we have fullback Henry Hynoski, a prolific runner who finished sixth in Pennsylvania history with 7,165 career rushing yards and 113 touchdowns during his high school career at perennial power Southern Columbia Area High School. Named the Associated Press Pennsylvania Class A Player of the Year as a senior after rushing for 2,407 yards and 42 touchdowns on 206 carries, Hynoski helped the school win its fifth consecutive state championship by rushing for 126 yards, adding 109 yards receiving and scoring three touchdowns in the title game.