INDIANAPOLIS - The Giants are in a power position with the No. 2 pick in the NFL draft, and there will undoubtedly be a few teams wanting to move up to that spot.
And new Giants GM Dave Gettleman is willing to listen to offers -- even though he doesn't sound like he's eager or even willing to drop down from that spot.
"Are we open for business? Any decision I make is going to be in the best interest of the New York football Giants, plain and simple. If someone makes me an offer I can't refuse, would I move back? It depends on who's there."
That's a fairly obvious answer, but Gettleman said it's not just about being in position to draft a player they like. He looks at players worthy of the No. 2 pick as being very special. In fact, he said any player drafted at that spot should be looked at as potentially an all-time great.
"If there's a guy worthy of being the second pick of a draft -- and what we're basically saying if we answer that question to the affirmative, you're drafting what you think is going to be a Hall of Fame player," Gettleman said. "So you can't get too cute about the whole thing. Does that make sense?"
It does and it means there may not be an offer that Gettleman can't refuse if he thinks he can get a future Hall of Fame player at No. 2. So if any team wants to move up to that spot, the offer better be really, really big.