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The New York Giants' first-round pick, offensive tackle Justin Pugh, was brought in to shore up an aging offensive line, but the rookie doesn't have a set position along the Giants' offensive line.
Pugh may not be thought of as a starter just yet, but come Week 1 against the Dallas Cowboys, one has to think the 6'4", 307-pounder will be one of the starting five on the Giants' O-line.
Pugh played left tackle at Syracuse, but according to Rotoworld, Pugh has been manning the right side of the Giants' offensive line during minicamps.
Prior to the NFL draft, there was a lot of talk about Pugh playing the guard position at the NFL level because of his short arms, which is also an option for the Giants if James Brewer replaces David Diehl.
After a disappointing effort from Big Blue's offensive line last season, the Giants are looking for Pugh to help anchor the line this season.