Post-Draft Outlook: A closer look at the Packers' picks: Round 5/169 -- Marshall Newhouse, OT/G, 6-4, 319, Texas Christian: The three-year starter at left tackle is better suited to play guard at the pro level. Newhouse is quick on his feet for a big man, but his pass-blocking skills are hit-and-miss. - by The Sports Xchange
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Draft Scout Marshall Newhouse News
08/27/15 - T Marshall Newhouse, whose ankle was stepped on during Wednesday's practice, does not have a serious injury, according to head coach Tom Coughlin, who described the ailment as a "flesh wound." Newhouse confirmed that he was feeling much better, though he added that he wasn't sure if he would play against the Jets on Saturday.
03/11/15 - T Marshall Newhouse agreed to a contract with the Giants Tuesday (March 10). The deal is for two years and worth $3 million with a signing bonus of $800,000 and $1 million guaranteed.
03/08/15 - T Marshall Newhouse, unrestricted FA update, had his chance to start at right tackle after Andre Smith suffered a torn triceps in the middle of the season. That didn't work out well as he was exposed by speed edge rushers. That's why Boling got two starts before Eric Winston got caught up to speed. Newhouse will be elsewhere in 2015.
12/03/14 - RT Marshall Newhouse (hip) was limited Wednesday.
12/01/14 - RT Marshall Newhouse struggled in his first start since Andre Smith went on IR with a triceps injury, leading to the Bengals shuffling the offensive line for a couple of series. The Bengals went back to Newhouse in the second half. He continued to struggle, so a more permanent switch could be in the works.