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Giants’ GM Dave Gettleman wants to “keep going,” and more takeaways

Dave Gettleman is being given the opportunity to continue as new York Giants general manager, the opportunity to see if he can finally help dig the franchise out of the hole it was in when he was hired at the end of the 2017 season.

The soon-to-be-70-year-old sounds raring to go.

Gettleman said he is “healthy as a horse” two years after battling lymphoma.

Retirement? Doesn’t sound like that is on Gettleman’s radar presently.

“I just want to keep going,” he said during a Tuesday videoconference that followed remarks by co-owner John Mara. “At the end of the day I feel great, so let’s keep going.”

Here are more takeaways from Gettleman’s remarks.

On the 2020 season …

On Mara’s saying there were “miscalculations” made in the building of the 2018 roster, Gettleman’s first season as GM …

On Joe Judge …

On the 2021 free agency period …

On the 31st-ranked offense …

On Daniel Jones …

On whether the Giants were right in selecting Jones and Andrew Thomas …

On the young offensive line …

— This post will be updated with full quotes and some of my thoughts.

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