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New Giants GM Schoen talks process, building the right way


AP Sports Writer

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — New Giants general manager Joe Schoen isn’t promising a quick turnaround for the once-proud franchise after five straight double-digit losing seasons. He did promise to build the Giants the right way while keeping in mind he wants to see improvement every season. A little less than a week after being hired the fresh-faced 42-year-old former Bills assistant GM was introduced by the Giants on Wednesday. He is taking over a team that has made the playoffs once since the 2011 season. His first big job in replacing Dave Gettleman is to find a replacement for recently fired Joe Judge and he interviewed defensive coordinator Pat Graham on Wednesday.

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