The New York Giants open up training camp on July 28. Here are some positions that are up for grabs during camp and preseason.
Second year safety Landon Collins had a solid rookie campaign in 2015. He looks to take his game to another level, using what he learned during his rookie year.
The New York Giants' Ring of Honor has three new members. Former head coach Tom Coughlin, former general manager Ernie Accorsi and former defensive end Justin Tuck will be inducted on Nov 14.
New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr was named to NFL.com's "Top 50 Fantasy Players" list at number three. He was also ranked at number 10 on NFL.com's "Top 100 Players for 2016" list.
The New York Giants signed punter Brad Wing to a three-year extension. Wing, 25, tied the Giants' franchise record for punts inside the 20-yard line with 33.
The New York Giants have not had a running back accumulate 300 or more carries in a season since Tiki Barber had 327 in 2006. While that is likely not change in 2016, fifth-round pick Paul Perkins has all of the tools to be the Giants' future bell cow.
Undrafted free agent Donte Deayon impressed many, including defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo, during the offseason. If he brings that same play to training camp and the preseason games, he could lock up one of the 53 roster spots.
NFL.com's Ike Taylor ranked the New York Giants at number four in cornerback tandems in the NFL. Behind Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and Janoris Jenkins, the Giants have a formidable cornerback tandem that will certainly improve the passing defense.
New York Giants' quarterback Eli Manning said Wednesday that the team "definitely" has a chance to make the playoffs in 2016. With new weapons on offense and a revamped defense, his claim is certanly validated.
New York Giants' star wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. was named number 10 on NFL Network's Top 100 Players for 2016; where should he be ranked?