NEW YORK — The New York Giants’ vikings drama is finally starting to play out in its full glory, with viki kwon the star of the show, who recently wrapped filming with her husband in the middle of a busy season.

Kwon, a former University of Michigan linebacker who is also a senior at Cal, is an all-around standout who has been a key component of the Giants’ resurgence this season.

She is playing a pivotal role in the team’s resurgence this year, helping lead them to a 10-1 start and to a trip to the NFC championship game in Minnesota.

In addition to viki, the Giants are also going to have the help of another former Michigan player, Jordan Poyer, who is now a member of the Los Angeles Rams.

Poyer is also one of the best pass rushers in the NFL and has the potential to be a top-tier talent in the league, but his future is up in the air as he continues to recover from his ACL tear.

The Giants are getting an influx of talent from a number of different teams, and the arrival of Poyer and Kwon will only further bolster the Giants, who are on pace for their fourth straight playoff appearance and fifth straight division title.

They have some very talented players on their roster, but I think the biggest thing that is going to make them better this year is the addition of some new talent.

It is the right time for them, the right place for them to be.

We are really excited to be bringing back viki and Jordan as well.

They both bring a unique look to the team.

They are both talented, they are both very mature, they both have a great character, and they both can contribute to the success of the team, and that is something that they are going to do really well with.

I think both of them will be a great storytellers and smart kids.

They will be great in the locker room.

I’m really looking forward to working with them both.

“He’s going with a very smart approach, and we have a lot of guys that have come up through our program that are ready to step in and take advantage of that.””

Jordan is coming in and he is a very intelligent coach, and he’s going to bring some new coaching concepts,” Giants defensive coordinator Dave Toub said.

“He’s going with a very smart approach, and we have a lot of guys that have come up through our program that are ready to step in and take advantage of that.”

Toub is no stranger to the NFL.

He coached defensive coordinator in the same position with the Dallas Cowboys in 2016, and his experience has him in line to take over for the Giants when the coaching staff is filled out.

Toub said that he and the Giants have a good chemistry when it comes to the coaching side of things, and it was a huge factor in how he decided to hire Kwon.

“I feel like there’s some chemistry there.

She’s a really good player.

I know that she wants to be great,” Toub told NFL Network’s “NFL Total Access.”

“She has a lot to learn and she’s going through a lot.

She has a good grasp of how to coach.

I can tell that from the way she is going about her business, and I’m excited about bringing her in.

I want her to be able to be on the field and help us win football games.”

Kwon was in Los Angeles this past week, and Toub described her as an incredible character.

“She’s an amazing young lady,” Toubs said.

Her work ethic has always been there.

When you watch her film and you see her play, you see a lot more than what people see.

She knows how to work and what to do, and she knows how much she wants.

It’s just a matter of time before she’s able to help us.

“Kwan, a graduate of Michigan, played in just two games in 2016 due to her ACL injury.

She returned to the field in Week 16 and played in three more games that season.

During the 2016 season, she had nine tackles, two for loss, and three pass breakups.

She had four tackles in Week 1 against the Chicago Bears and three tackles in the fourth quarter of the game against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday.