New York Giants

Stadium: MetLife Stadium | Coach: Tom Coughlin
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense26th83.2 (27th)224.2 (17th)
Defense8th108.9 (11th)223.3 (11th)
David Wilson takes a hit, feels good
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer

Giants running back David Wilson "definitely" feels ready for football after taking a hit from linebacker Cooper Taylor in training camp practice on Friday. Wilson has come all the way back from a neck injury that halted his 2013 season. 

"That felt good," Wilson said to the New York Daily News. "I definitely know I'm cleared now."

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Giants working extensively on no-huddle
by Larry Hartstein |

The Giants ran 59 no-huddle plays all of last season. That represented 4.7 percent of their total plays. In contrast, the Eagles ran a league-high 705 no-huddle plays (51.1 percent) and the Broncos ran 537 (35.4 percent).

It appears the Giants plan to have Eli Manning operating out of the no-huddle more often. Their first three practices featured frequent use of the no-huddle.

"It keeps defenses on their toes," running back Rashad Jennings said. "[Offensive coordinator Ben] McAdoo has a way to keep the defense on their toes, put pressure on them, get the long shots, get the grinding yards. It’s a lot of different ways to attack a defense. Also, it puts a lot of ownership on the players to learn the playbook. It puts the capability in the quarterback’s hands to make decisions."

Jennings said the team can run its entire offense out of the no-huddle. Wideout Rueben Randle also loves it.

"It gives us time to get set and see what the defense is going to do, to keep them out of position," he said. "Switching in our personnel to take advantage of the personnel they have out there. Hopefully, they’re in regular [defense] and we’re in three-wide, so we can spread the ball out a little bit and use our speed to make a few plays."

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Rashad Jennings atop Giants' depth chart
by Larry Hartstein |

As expected, the Giants listed Rashad Jennings as their starting running back. The unofficial depth chart, which could change quickly, has David Wilson as the No. 2 back followed by Peyton Hillis and rookie Andre Williams.

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Who? Larry Donnell listed as Giants' starting tight end
by Larry Hartstein |

The Giants' first unofficial depth chart lists Larry Donnell as the starting tight end. Adrien Robinson, who many thought would be the starter, is fifth on the depth chart.

Donnell (6-6, 265) is a third-year pro out of Grambling State. The blocking specialist played in every game last year, making three catches for 31 yards.

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Jason Pierre-Paul says he's '110 percent'
by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer

Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul said Thursday that he feels good for the start of training camp, reports the New York Daily News.

"I'm awesome," Pierre-Paul said. "I'm 110 percent."

Pierre-Paul was limited to 11 games in 2013 with a shoulder injury.

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