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Safety Will Hill failed another drug test and will face another suspension (Garafolo, April 22).

Hill could face a year-long suspension, but likely to be six to eight games (Vacchiano, April 22). He plans to appeal (Orr, April 22).

The suspension will likely cost him his career with the Giants (Vacchiano, April 22).

The Giants have been informed of the failed test.

Hill has been suspended in each of the past two seasons for failed tests (Orr, April 22).

Hill played in 12 games with the Giants in 2013, with two interceptions, including one returned for a touchdown. He had 60 tackles.

Well, this doesn't surprise us at all. We felt this was coming. Does this change the Giants' draft strategy? Maybe.

I mentioned this last week when I mocked HaHa Clinton-Dix to the Giants, but HCD is becoming a hot commodity and may not be available for the Giants at No. 12.

Hill has been slowly blowing up his career since his college days at Florida. He can't seem to steer clear of trouble and continues to make curious choices. Should the Giants lose Hill for the season (translation: he's done as a Giant), they will surely seek to find a replacement but this is not a very good time to be safety-hunting. The market is bone-dry.

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