Julian Love ended his All-America career at Notre Dame with a 30-3 loss to Clemson eight months ago at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. He sees it as poetic justice that his NFL career will begin in the same stadium Sunday afternoon when the Giants open their 2019 season against the Cowboys. “I ended my college career in Cowboys Stadium, and I’m excited to start my NFL career in Cowboys Stadium and get a little redemption,” Love told The Post on Thursday. “Playing in the NFL is something I’ve dreamed of. It’s awesome to have it come true.” Love, a fourth-round draft choice, is one of several rookies who are expected to receive meaningful minutes for a revamped Giants defense that faces a tough challenge in containing a Cowboys offense featuring running back Ezekiel Elliott, tight end Jason Witten, wide receiver Amari Cooper and quarterback Dak Prescott. Love joins cornerbacks DeAndre Baker (first-round pick from Georgia) and Corey Ballentine (sixth-rounder from Washburn), defensive lineman Dexter Lawrence (first-round choice from Clemson) and linebackers Oshane Ximines (third-rounder from Old Dominion) and Ryan Connelly (Wisconsin fifth-rounder) as rookies who have performed well enough in training camp to be either first- or second-team on… Read full this story
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