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The #Giants are doing QB homework for their No. 6 pick, hosting #Oklahoma QB Kyler Murray at their facility today, source said. The team's most high profile visits have been with quarterbacks and it was news recently when they hosted West Virginia star Will Grier for a visit.

As the actual National Football League draft approaches, there continue to be mock drafts. The Giants must trade up if they have plans of getting Murray. And they haven't traded quarterback Josh Rosen, who they drafted No. 10 overall previous year.

So, back to the question: What's the point of the Giants bringing in Murray? Denver's second-round pick (41st overall) could be in play if the Broncos chose to get into the Rosen sweepstakes, which would be an enticing selection the Cardinals might just consider.

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The Giants' interest in Murray has been in doubt, but the Heisman victor raised eyes on Thursday night when he posted a shot of the Giants headquarters on his Instagram page. When it actually happens, it's not a great look, especially when you're on national TV.

Oklahoma quarterback and Heisman Trophy victor Kyler Murray had a pre-draft visit with the New York Giants on Thursday and will reportedly head to an NFC East rival next. Even in the entirely unlikely scenario Murray falls to No. 6, the Giants wouldn't need a pre-draft meeting with Murray to know that's a steal. Rosen actually had a fairly successful rookie season considering he was dealing with a new coaching staff, a poor offensive line, and a limited number of skill players.

The Giants previously attended Oklahoma's pro day, where Murray put on a show.