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    Getting to Know N.Y. Giants Quarterback Davis Webb

    Name:Davis Matthew Webb

    Born:January 22, 1995 (age 23) in

    Prosper, Texas

    Height:6 ft 5 in

    Weight:230 lb

    College:Texas Tech and California

    NFL Draft:2017 / Round: 3 / Pick: 87.

    In his one season at California, Webb

    completed 382 of 620 passes (62%) for

    4295 yards, 37 touchdowns and twelve

    interceptions for a 135.63 QBR. He set school

    single-season records for passing attempts,

    completions and total plays while tying

    three other school records, including total

    touchdowns (43 (37 passing, 6 rushing), and

    300-yard passing games (10).

    Salary: On May 11, 2017, the New York

    Giants signed Webb to a four-year, $3.53

    million contract that includes a signing

    bonus of $766,420.

    Favorite Quarterback growing up: Tom Brady

    Favorite athlete all timeHockey player Mike Madano

    Favorite movie: Miracle.

    Favorite actor: Ben Affleck.

    How do you like your new coach Coach

    Shurmur? A: He’s an easy communicator.

    He’s a family guy who’s a player’s coach. He

    wants to know what works and what doesn’t

    work. He cares about what you think. At the

    same time, though, he’s very fierce and he’s

    very serious about his business, and wants to

    be a part of a good team.

    There is a 14 year age difference between you and Eli Manning. Is it hard

    to get along with someone that is that much different in age than

    you? A:Not at all. We both like to break down and prepare for

    games the same way and we both love to watch Seinfeld.

    Tell us about your parents.

    A:My father is my best friend. Everything

    starts with him. My work ethic, my drive to be good all starts with him.

    My father constantly teaches me how to deal with adversity and so much more. My mother

    is the toughest person I know. She was an all American professional tennis player.

    What would you say is your biggest

    challenge going into the season? A: Not to press. I just think if you’re not prepared,

    you’re thinking about pressing. I’m learning

    a new system and I know right now that if

    anything were to happen to Eli I could go in

    there and there wouldn’t be a humongous

    drop-off. Yes, Eli is the best quarterback

    on this team and it’s not even close. But hopefully as I get better, I can still get us first

    downs and touchdowns.

    What can NY Giants fans think about

    this coming season? A: You can expect a

    driven, disciplined, passionate football team.

    We’re gonna bring back some Giants pride.