The New York Giants are just a few hours away from the beginning of the 2012 NFL draft.
We've all wondered who they will go with when their turn comes—the 32nd overall pick in the first round.
However, on Thursday, Giants general manager Jerry Reese wasted no time in making a depth move for the 2012 season.
The terms of the deal have not been disclosed yet, but it is likely a one-year deal for the former Pro Bowl tackle.
Rogers is a big body—standing at 6'4" and 350 pounds—and can provide a lot of depth at the defensive tackle spot for the Giants.
They already have Chris Canty and Linval Joseph at the starting spots, and they will also have Marvin Austin returning from injury.
But Austin hasn't played football in almost two years, dating back to when he got suspended at the University of North Carolina, so adding Rogers as insurance is a very good move for the Giants to make.
This kind of move will fly under the radar for the Giants because it was on the night of the NFL draft, but that's the way Reese makes moves.
He doesn't make the flashiest of moves, but he makes them with purpose—and they end up working out.
Personally, I like the move to get Rogers, and I think it will work out for the Giants in 2012.
Stay tuned, Giants fans.
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