New York Giants

Stadium: MetLife Stadium | Coach: Pat Shurmur
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense22nd96.8 (25th)217.4 (18th)
Defense30th120.8 (26th)252.4 (30th)
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33Adams, Andrew DB5-1120210/28/19923Connecticut
89Adams, Jerell TE6-524712/31/19923South Carolina
24Apple, Eli CB6-11998/9/19953Ohio State
57Armbrister, Thurston LB6-323512/25/19923Miami (Fla.)
55Armstrong, Ray-Ray LB6-32203/5/19916Miami (Fla.)
64Banks, Josh DT6-32786/13/19942Wake Forest
26Barkley, Saquon RB5-112332/7/1997RPenn State
 Beal, Sam DB6-11808/30/1996RWestern Michigan
13Beckham, Odell WR5-1119811/5/19925LSU
61Becton, Nick T6-63222/11/19904Virginia Tech
67Brown, Evan C6-23029/16/1996RSouthern Methodist
66Bunche, Malcolm G6-532010/16/19911UCLA
86Bundy, Marquis WR6-42158/5/19942New Mexico
81Carter, Kyle TE6-324512/17/19921Penn State
59Carter, Lorenzo LB6-624312/10/1995RGeorgia
38Chandler, Sean DB5-113024/27/1996RTemple
62Chavis, Tyrell DT6-33056/15/1994RPenn State
21Collins, Landon DB6-02251/10/19944Alabama
58Davis, Tae LB6-12058/14/1996RTennessee-Chattanooga
80Davis, Jawill WR6-01914/6/1995RBethune-Cookman
51DeOssie, Zak LB6-42495/24/198412Brown
38Deayon, Donte' CB5-91581/28/19942Boise State
47Dickerson, Garrett TE6-3248//RNorthwestern
9Dixon, Riley P6-42218/24/19933Syracuse
85Ellison, Rhett RB6-525010/3/19887Southern California
88Engram, Evan TE6-32369/2/19942Ole Miss
6Etta-Tawo, Amba WR6-120811/10/19931Syracuse
74Flowers, Ereck T6-63294/25/19944Miami (Fla.)
65Francis, A.J. DT6-53375/7/19903Maryland
22Gallman, Wayne RB6-021010/1/19942Clemson
65Gates, Nick G6-529511/27/1995RNebraska
25Gay, William DB5-101871/1/198512Louisville
93Goodson, B.J. LB6-02425/29/19933Clemson
73Greco, John T6-43183/24/198511Toledo
75Halapio, Jon G6-23206/23/19912Florida
34Haley, Grant DB5-91851/6/1996RPenn State
98Harrison, Damon DT6-435011/29/19887William Penn
71Hernandez, Will G6-33309/2/1995RTexas-El Paso
44Herzlich, Mark LB6-42469/1/19878Boston College
95Hill, B.J. DT6-33114/20/1995RNC State
20Jenkins, Janoris DB5-1019810/29/19887North Alabama
77Jerry, John G6-53406/14/19869Ole Miss
69Jones, Brett C6-23187/29/19914Regina (Canada)
67Kerin, Zac G6-43058/13/19914Toledo
8Koehn, Marshall K6-01978/29/19921Iowa
12Latimer, Cody WR6-221510/10/19925Indiana
17Lauletta, Kyle QB6-319111/27/1995RRichmond
18Lewis, Roger WR6-019611/27/19933Bowling Green
39Lewis-Harris, Chris DB6-11982/11/19895Tennessee-Chattanooga
10Manning, Eli QB6-42181/3/198115Ole Miss
49Martin, Robert RB5-112079/4/1995RRutgers
96Martin, Kareem LB6-62722/19/19925North Carolina
97Mauro, Josh DE6-62822/17/19915Stanford
90McIntosh, RJ DT6-42916/2/1996RMiami (Fla.)
91Moss, Avery DE6-32659/16/19942Youngstown State
46Munson, Calvin LB6-124512/27/19942San Diego State
48O'Malley, Ryan TE6-62607/24/19932Pennsylvania
52Ogletree, Alec LB6-22359/25/19916Georgia
78Okwara, Romeo DE6-52756/17/19953Notre Dame
70Omameh, Patrick G6-432712/29/19896Michigan
28Perkins, Paul RB5-1121311/16/19943UCLA
83Raymond, Kalif WR5-91608/8/19943Holy Cross
35Riley, Curtis CB6-01907/18/19924Fresno State
2Rosas, Aldrick K6-219512/30/19942Southern Oregon
19Rudolph, Travis WR6-01909/15/19952Florida State
84Russell, Alonzo WR6-32069/29/19921Toledo
68Scott, Chris G6-43408/4/19876Tennessee
84Sharp, Hunter WR5-111984/25/19941Utah State
87Shepard, Sterling WR5-101942/10/19943Oklahoma
8Shepard, Russell WR6-11959/17/19906LSU
35Simmons, Jalen RB5-82204/1/19921South Carolina State
80Simonson, Scott TE6-52554/13/19924Assumption
43Smith, Shane TE6-22318/21/19932San Jose State
60Sokoli, Kristjan G6-53009/24/19912Buffalo
76Solder, Nate T6-83254/12/19888Colorado
23Stewart, Jonathan RB5-102403/21/198711Oregon
45Stewart, Orion DB6-22051/10/19941Baylor
9Symmank, Taylor P6-219510/2/1992RTexas Tech
3Tanney, Alex QB6-422011/11/19873Monmouth (Ill.)
41Thomas, Michael DB5-111953/17/19906Stanford
99Thomas, Robert NT6-13312/18/19913Arkansas
27Thompson, Darian DB6-12139/22/19933Boise State
94Tomlinson, Dalvin DT6-33122/28/19942Alabama
54Vernon, Olivier DE6-226210/7/19907Miami (Fla.)
5Webb, Davis QB6-52291/22/19952California
37Webb, B.W. DB5-111905/3/19905William & Mary
63Wheeler, Chad T6-63101/19/19942Southern California
79Williams, Jordan DE6-42763/23/19931Tennessee
29Williams, Teddy DB6-12107/3/19887Texas-San Antonio
72Wynn, Kerry DE6-52642/12/19915Richmond
Injured Players
28Davis, Aaron (IR) CB5-1119410/18/1994RGeorgia
47Unga, Uani' (IR) LB6-123312/28/19872Brigham Young
 Williams, Jalen (IR) WR6-3205//RMassachusetts
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Position Listing
Nate Solder
Solder's leg injury was determined to be nothing serious, Ralph Vacchiano of Sportsnet New York reports.

Solder went down when two of the Giants' linemen fell on the back of his legs, and the team initially feared he may have suffered a long term injury. After being evaluated by team doctors, Solder was cleared of any major ailment. He may miss a brief period while the minor injury heals up, but he's expected to be 100 percent when training camp rolls around.

Leg - Questionable for the start of training camp
RJ McIntosh
No Updates
Riley Dixon
Dixon was traded from the Broncos to the Giants for a 2019 conditional seventh-round pick, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

When former Raiders' punter Marquette King signed with the Broncos, it was almost certain Dixon would be traded. Dixon accrued 162 punts over his first two seasons and averaged 45.7 yards per punt with 51 landing inside the 20.

Tae Davis
No Updates
Curtis Riley
Riley signed a contract with the Giants on Friday, Michael Eisen of the team's official site reports.

Riley appeared in 11 games for the Titans over the past two seasons but didn't log a snap on defense until 2017, when he racked up 12 tackles, two pass breakups and one interception in seven games. He should remain in a backup role with Giants and isn't on the IDP radar ahead of the 2018 campaign.

Kerry Wynn
Wynn re-signed with the Giants on Monday, Jordan Raanan of reports.

Wynn's one-year deal will keep the Richmond native in New York for at least the 2018 season. Although he serves primarily as a backup, the Giants feel comfortable with the 27-year-old's versatility to play both inside and outside. With a new defensive scheme and switch to an attacking 3-4 defense, New York will need all the help it can get from a deep front seven.

Dalvin Tomlinson
Tomlinson made 50 tackles (30 solo), one sack and accounted for one pass defensed in 16 games during his rookie campaign in 2017.

The Giants' 2017 second-rounder made at least one tackle in all but one game for the team as a rookie. The defensive line was one of the lone bright spots for the Giants in 2017, as the unit also includes Jason Pierre-Paul, Damon Harrison and Olivier Vernon. Tomlinson has three years remaining on his contract with the Giants and he projects to once again start at defensive tackle alongside Harrison in 2018.

Paul Perkins
Perkins (pectoral) cleared waivers Friday, reverting to the Giants reserve/non-football injury list in the process, Jordan Raanan of reports.

Although he remains with the Giants organization, Perkins doesn't count on the 90-man roster. Coach Pat Shurmur spoke of the importance of that spot, telling Michael Eisen of the team's official site, "We wanted the roster spot." Only moments before, Shurmur relayed Perkins will require a "significant" amount of time to recover from surgery on his left pectoral. While Perkins focuses on rehab, rookie Saquon Barkley will aim to lock down a workhorse role, despite the presence of free-agent pickup Jonathan Stewart and second-year back Wayne Gallman.

Garrett Dickerson
No Updates
Damon Harrison
Harrison finished the year with 76 tackles, 51 of which were solo, and 1.5 sacks. He also had three passes defensed and one interception.

Harrison is one of the league's premier run-stopping interior linemen and a reliable source of tackles from that spot. Just don't expect many sacks from him as his career high is 2.5.

Eli Apple
First-year Giants head coach Pat Shurmur said Wednesday that he will give Apple a "clean slate" for the upcoming campaign after the team suspended the 22-year-old for the 2017 season finale, Ryan Dunleavy of reports.

Apple's team-imposed suspension was the nadir of a disastrous season for the second-year cornerback both on and off the field. In addition to getting benched for performance-related reasons during the second half of the season, Apple missed time to be with his mother while she recovered from brain surgery and drew the ire of both teammates and the coaching staff for his behavior in the locker room. With the Giants bringing in a new coach and general manager following the season, Apple should receive the opportunity to reestablish himself as a cornerstone player in the secondary, but it's still expected that he'll have to battle for a starting role in training camp.

Evan Brown
No Updates
Ray-Ray Armstrong
Armstrong made 10 tackles (five solo) and forced one fumble in five games with the Giants during the 2017 regular season.

Armstrong spent his first 10 contests of the regular season in San Francisco, where he racked up 54 tackles (39 solo), one sack, two passes defensed, two interceptions and one forced fumble before being released in late November. The Giants primarily used Armstrong on special teams, but he finally saw more than 20 defensive snaps in each of the team's final two games of the season. If Armstrong is able to make the final roster in 2018, he'd once again provide depth at outside linebacker.

Kristjan Sokoli
Sokoli signed a contract with the Saints on Tuesday, Josh Katzenstein of reports.

A college defensive tackle, Sokoli will provide the Saints with depth at center while starter Max Unger recovers from a foot injury.

Patrick Omameh
Omameh signed a contract with the Giants on Friday, Michael Eisen of the team's official site reports.

Omameh has played in 53 regular-season games (with 44 starts) for the Buccaneers, Bears and Jaguars since going undrafted out of Michigan in 2013. He should be in competition for a starting job at guard after the Giants failed to lure in Andrew Norwell, who was the top available guard in this year's class of free agents.

Michael Thomas
The Giants signed Thomas to a two-year contract Monday, Jordan Raanan of reports.

Thomas totaled 27 tackles (16 solo) and one pass defensed in 13 games for the Dolphins last season. The 29-year-old is likely to serve as a veteran depth option in the secondary for the Giants and could also contribute on special teams.

John Greco
The Giants re-signed Greco to a contract Wednesday.

The terms of Greco's deal aren't known, but the Giants saw enough from the veteran guard in his month and a half with the team last season to justify extending his contract. With Weston Richburg and Justin Pugh set to become free agents this offseason, the 32-year-old Greco could merit consideration for a starting role on the interior of the offensive line, though his age likely renders him a stopgap solution. Greco's prior history with new Giants head coach Pat Shurmur, who the veteran played under during previous stints with the Rams and Browns, should help Greco's cause for seeing regular snaps in 2018.

Janoris Jenkins
Jenkins (ankle) has shown consistent ability to mirror his receivers during spring workouts, John Schmeelk of the Giants' official site reports.

Jenkins is already regarded as one of the better cornerbacks in the league, so his ability to dominate in offseason practices isn't surprising. However, it's significant in the fact that Jenkins is bouncing back from ankle surgery, as his mere participation in drills suggests the 2016 All-Pro has since received clearance from the Giants' medical staff. As long as he remains healthy through the end of the summer, Jenkins is poised to enter the 2018 campaign as the team's undisputed top cover man. In the nine games he played during the 2017 season, Jenkins racked up 31 tackles, nine pass breakups, three interceptions and one forced fumble.

Amba Etta-Tawo
The Giants signed Etta-Tawo to a reserve/future contract Monday, Jordan Raanan of ESPN reports.

Etta-Tawo, who went undrafted out of Syracuse last spring, ended the year on the Giants' practice squad. He'll compete for slotting at the bottom of the depth chart this offseason.

John Jerry
Jerry restructured his contract earlier this offseason, lowering his cap hit from $4.125 million to $3.6 million, Dan Duggan of The Athletic New York reports.

Jerry was originally under contract through 2019, but now he's only set to play in New York for the 2018 season. The Giants could still release him later this summer, though, which would save the team over $1 million in cap space.

Jordan Williams
The Giants waived Williams on Tuesday, Michael Eisen of the Giants' official site reports.

The Giants are dealing with more significant injuries at linebacker than defensive end heading into their Week 10 matchup with the 49ers, so Williams was deemed an expendable member of the roster. Though he's now been waived by the Giants twice this season, Williams could rejoin the club's practice squad if he goes unclaimed off waivers.

Odell Beckham
Giants head coach Pat Shurmur said Thursday that there is "no reason to believe" Beckham (ankle) won't be a full participant in practices during training camp, Jordan Raanan of reports.

Beckham has been limited to individual drills during the Giants' minicamp this week, but the mere fact that he's on the field in any capacity during the offseason should be taken a positive sign in light of his desire for a long-term contract as well as his ongoing recovery from October surgery on his left ankle. It appears the latter issue isn't much of a concern heading into the upcoming campaign, as Dan Duggan of The Athletic New York noted that Beckham looked to be near 100 percent while running crossing routes on a side field during Thursday's minicamp session. The Giants could still opt to restrict Beckham's workload during the early stages of camp, but it appears any limitations the wideout faces would only be for precautionary purposes.

Ankle - Questionable for the start of training camp
Evan Engram
Engram (ribs) worked out with teammate Davis Webb in February,'s Ryan Dunleavy reports.

This is only noteworthy because it suggests Engram is in line for a healthy offseason after he missed the final game of his rookie campaign with a rib injury. He avoided any fractures and likely is back to full health with plenty of time to spare before the start of offseason workouts. Engram may have a tough time replicating his rookie-year mark of 7.7 targets per game (No. 3 among all tight ends), but a new coaching staff and the return of Odell Beckham (ankle) should lead to improved efficiency (6.3 yards per target). New head coach Pat Shurmur seemingly wants to give Eli Manning at least one more season as the starting quarterback.

Jalen Williams
Josh Banks
Banks (shoulder) was an active participant in minicamp, John Schmeelk of the Giants' official site reports.

Banks spent the 2017 season on injured reserve with a shoulder injury, so his availability for spring workouts suggests the defensive tackle is healthy entering training camp.

Chad Wheeler
Wheeler (concussion) is active for Sunday's game against the Cowboys.

Though Wheeler was cleared to suit up, the Giants will go with Bobby Hart as their starting right tackle, according to Art Stapleton of Newsday. Look for Wheeler to serve in a depth role along the offensive line.

Jonathan Stewart
Stewart is part of a New York backfield that now includes No. 2 overall draft pick Saquon Barkley, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official website reports.

Stewart knew this was possible -- perhaps even likely -- when he signed with New York in mid-March on a two-year, $6.9 million contract that includes $2.95 million guaranteed, per OverTheCap. The Giants may envision Stewart serving as a mentor to Barkley, but it still seems like an unnecessarily large contract for a 31-year-old running back coming off a season in which he averaged 3.3 yards on 198 carries. What's more, 2017 fourth-round pick Wayne Gallman looked the part of a solid contributor during his rookie season, averaging 4.3 yards on 111 totes. Barkley instantly becomes the best pass catcher and pure runner in this backfield by a wide margin, but it isn't out of the question that Stewart and/or Gallman also find roles. Paul Perkins likely was headed for the roster bubble even before he suffered a torn pectoral while working out in the offseason.

Darian Thompson
Thompson will have to compete for the starting job at free safety during training camp, Art Stapleton of The Bergen Record reports.

Thompson started all 16 games for the Giants last season, but his struggles in both run support and pass coverage made him a liability. Throughout spring workouts Thompson was replaced in the starting lineup by third-year safety Andrew Adams, suggesting the Boise State product has some work to do in order to open the 2018 campaign with the first-team defense.

Brett Jones
Jones has been tendered by the Jets as an exclusive rights free agent, Dan Duggan of The Athletic New York reports.

Jones received the second-round tender from the Giants, making it unlikely for another team to attempt to sign him away. The 26-year-old started 13 games for the Giants in 2017.

Taylor Symmank
No Updates
Robert Martin
No Updates
Roger Lewis
Lewis (ankle) made some big plays with the second-team offense during minicamp, John Schmeelk of the Giants' official website reports.

Lewis has recovered from last year's ankle injury, but he apparently was working with backup quarterback Davis Webb, while Sterling Shepard, Cody Latimer and Hunter Sharp got most of the snaps with Eli Manning. The Giants figure to look at a bunch of different players in the No. 3 receiver role once Odell Beckham (ankle) returns for training camp, with Lewis likely battling Latimer, Sharp, Russell Shepard and Travis Rudolph. The division of snaps at minicamp suggests Lewis' status as the incumbent may not be all that important.

Andrew Adams
Adams is competing for the starting job at free safety, Art Stapleton of NorthJersey reports.

Adams rolled with the first-string defense during OTAs and minicamp this spring, which suggests he should be considered the favorite to win the job in advance of training camp. His primary competition, Darian Thompson, was the team's starter at free safety in all 16 games last season, but the 2016 third-rounder struggled in run support and ultimately finished the year as Pro Football Focus' 76th graded safety (out of 89 qualifiers).

Ereck Flowers
The Giants declined Flowers' (groin) fifth-year option for 2019 on Wednesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

Flowers has struggled since entering the league in 2015 and is being shopped by the Giants in potential trades, so it isn't a surprise that New York isn't keen on committing $12.5 million to the tackle in 2019. Whether or not Flowers is with the team for the start of the 2018 campaign has yet to be determined.

Groin - Questionable for the start of training camp
Will Hernandez
No Updates
Robert Thomas
Thomas re-signed with the Giants on Thursday.

In 15 games last season, Thomas recorded 16 tackles (five solo). The 27-year-old will likely serve as a depth option on the defensive line for the Giants in 2018.

Davis Webb
Webb may face competition from rookie fourth-round pick Kyle Lauletta for the No. 2 quarterback role, Paul Schwartz of The New York Post reports.

With Eli Manning in the twilight of his career, the Giants presumably will carry three quarterbacks, hoping that either Webb or Lauletta eventually proves to be their signal-caller of the future. A third-round pick last year, Webb completed 18 of 34 passes for 190 yards during the preseason and didn't take any snaps in the regular season. He was drafted by Jerry Reese and Ben McAdoo, whereas Lauletta was picked by the new regime, led by general manger Dave Gettleman and head coach Pat Shurmur.

Eli Manning
Manning will collect a $5 million roster bonus,'s Jordan Raanan reports.

The Giants would've needed to release Manning by 4 p.m. Saturday to avoid paying him the bonus. This leaves no question he's part of the team's plan for 2018, though his presence on the roster doesn't preclude the use of the No. 2 overall pick on a quarterback. The Giants recently gave LT Nate Solder the largest contract for an offensive lineman in league history, perhaps making up for the losses of C/G Weston Richburg (concussion) and G Justin Pugh (back) in free agency. The team has an impressive group of young pass catchers and also signed G Patrick Omameh away from Jacksonville, but there's still work to be done along the offensive line before Week 1.

B.W. Webb
Webb signed a one-year deal with the Giants on Monday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

The 27-year-old spent the latter part of last year in Cleveland but didn't play in a single contest. As of right now, Webb will function as a depth corner, assuming he remains on the roster throughout the offseason and into the regular season.

B.J. Hill
No Updates
Alonzo Russell
Russell signed a contract with the Giants on Monday, Jordan Raanan of reports.

Since going undrafted in 2016, Russell has bounced around between a few different practice squads, including the likes of Cincinnati and Arizona. He's been unable to earn a spot on an active roster, however, so despite signing with the Giants on Monday, there's a good chance he's a casualty of roster cuts as offseason and preseason activities commence over the next few months.

Donte' Deayon
Deayon (forearm) was officially placed on injured reserve Monday, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports.

Deayon broke his right forearm in last Thursday's loss to the Redskins, so this move was a mere formality. The rookie cornerback was one of four players placed on injured reserve by the Giants on Monday.

Forearm - Questionable for the start of training camp
Alec Ogletree
The Rams agreed Wednesday to trade Ogletree to the Giants in exchange for two 2018 draft picks, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

This might be the most surprising trade of the offseason, considering Ogletree just signed a four-year, $42.75 million extension with Los Angeles in October. The 2013 first-round pick did have a bit of a down season from an IDP perspective in 2017, but still managed 95 tackles, two sacks, 10 passes defensed, an interception, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery in 15 games. Ogletree will step right into a three-down role for the linebacker-needy Giants, putting him in a good position to bounce back in the tackle department. The Rams may have balked at the size of Ogletree's contract after running back Todd Gurley and safety Lamarcus Joyner enjoyed breakout seasons that eventually should lead to massive multi-year deals. The team also needs to lock up defensive Aaron Donald, and potentially wideout Sammy Watkins. Among in-house candidates, Cory Littleton is the best bet to fill Ogletree's vacated snaps. The Rams don't have many weaknesses and thus can afford to prioritize inside linebackers during April's draft.

Uani' Unga
'Unga (undisclosed) was waived with an injury designation Wednesday, reports.

'Unga, a one-time starter for the Giants back in 2015, spent the entire season on injured reserve with an unknown injury. He'll need to get healthy in order to land another contract.

Undisclosed - Questionable for the start of training camp
Malcolm Bunche
No Updates
Sam Beal
No Updates
Aaron Davis
Travis Rudolph
Rudolph caught one of four targets for 29 yards against the Redskins in Week 17.

Rudolph got some run late in the year as the Giants suffered injuries to their receiving corps, but he's a long shot to have a significant role with the team in 2018.

Wayne Gallman
Gallman finds himself in a New York backfield that added No. 2 overall draft pick Saquon Barkley after signing 31-year-old Jonathan Stewart in March, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official website reports.

The Giants do at least seem to have moved on from Orleans Darkwa, their leading rusher from last season. A 2017 fourth-round pick, Gallman finished his rookie season with 111 carries for 476 yards (4.3 average) and 34 catches for 193 yards and a touchdown on 48 targets (4.0 per target) in 13 games. Despite a strong showing late in the season, Gallman could enter the 2018 campaign with a minimal role, likely competing against Stewart for Barkley's scraps. The rookie's draft position and talent point strongly in the direction of immediate high usage, with his role likely including the majority of pass-catching work.

Kareem Martin
Martin is expected to sign with the Giants, Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network reports.

After playing sparingly during his first three seasons in the league, Martin seemed to turn a corner in 2017, ultimately finishing the season with 24 tackles, one sack and three pass breakups over 16 games -- including 10 starts. The 2014 third-rounder has the looks of an up-and-coming outside linebacker who, at the very least, will provide the Giants' linebacking corps with much-needed depth.

Chris Lewis-Harris
The Bengals will be without top wideout A.J. Green (concussion) and starting tight end Jermaine Gresham (back) for Sunday's playoff game at Indianapolis. They combined for 1,501 receiving yards and 11 touchdowns this season.

With those key targets out, quarterback Andy Dalton figures to rely on running backs Jeremy Hill and Giovani Bernard and wideout Mohamed Sanu.

Also inactive for Cincy are quarterback AJ McCarron, defensive back Chris Lewis-Harris, offensive lineman Tanner Hawkinson, defensive lineman Devon Still and wideout James Wright (knee).

Cincy is a 3.5-point underdog as Dalton looks for his first playoff win in four tries.

Orion Stewart
No Updates
Marquis Bundy
Bundy failed to catch any of the three targets sent his way in Week 17 against the Redskins.

He was promoted from the practice squad for the game and will likely vie for a spot on it in 2018.

Alex Tanney
Tanney announced Wednesday via his personal Twitter account that he will sign with the Giants.

Tanney doesn't have much of a history under center at the pro level, counting one game with the Titans in 2015 as his lone NFL appearance. In heading to the Giants, Tanney will compete with the likes of Davis Webb and Kyle Lauletta for a spot on the 53-man roster, though it would likely require an impressive showing in camp and the preseason for him to beat out those younger, higher-ceiling options.

Sterling Shepard
Giants quarterback Eli Manning expects Shepard to have a big season, Matt Lombardo of reports. "I thought Sterling had a great camp during the spring," said Manning. "He's understanding the coverages, understanding the route combinations, he understands zone and man, and how to make little moves to get open against different techniques. I think he's primed for a big year. And I've been really impressed by his work ethic."

Shepard averaged 8.2 targets and 72.2 receiving yards in his 10 healthy appearances last season, with an ankle injury, neck injury and migraines causing him to miss five full games and the majority of a sixth. While unlikely to match that volume if Odell Beckham (ankle), Saquon Barkley and Evan Engram all stay healthy, the third-year wideout won't need a huge workload to be a useful fantasy option if he can repeat last year's impressive efficiency marks -- 70.2 percent catch rate, 8.7 yards per target -- while adding a few more touchdowns. Shepard is locked in as the Giants' No. 2 wide receiver and seems to have Manning's full trust.

Landon Collins
Collins (forearm) sported a regular jersey during team drills at minicamp Tuesday, Dan Duggan of The Athletic New York reports.

Collins shed his non-contact jersey during portions of OTAs but put it back on when the team took to team drills. He appears to be full-go for the start of mandatory minicamp and should resume his duties as a starting safety entering his contract year in 2018.

Forearm - Questionable for the start of training camp
Grant Haley
No Updates
Kalif Raymond
Raymond mustered one catch for 12 yards and negative-one rushing yard in eight games with the Giants and Jets in 2017.

Raymond primarily served as a kick and punt returner with both teams (14 kick returns for 271 yards and 18 punt returns for 99 yards), and was unable to carve out much of an offensive role with either team. The 23-year-old fumbled five times in 2017 (one lost), and will need to improve his ball security in order to have a chance at a roster spot next season.

Teddy Williams
Williams signed a one-year, $880,000 contract with the Giants on Thursday, Michael Eisen of the team's official site reports.

Williams spent all of 2017 on injured reserve with a shoulder injury and played just three games in 2016. He'll likely only see time as a backup as long as he's with the club, unless a rash of injuries to the position forced him into a larger role.

Tyrell Chavis
No Updates
Mark Herzlich
Herzlich re-signed with the Giants on Monday, Dan Graziano of reports.

After missing just three games between 2012 and 2016, Herzlich spent all of last season on injured reserve due to a stinger. Barring any injuries to the starting linebackers, he figures to function as a backup this year with primary contributions on special teams.

William Gay
Gay signed a contract with the Giants, Ryan Dunleavy of NJ Advance Media reports.

Gay played 10 of his 11 seasons in Pittsburgh, appearing in all 16 games every year of his career. His numbers took a large dip last year, with him recording just 19 tackles and three passes defensed, his worst numbers in a decade. Entering his age-33 season, he'll likely be a backup cornerback while with the Giants.

Olivier Vernon
Vernon recorded 37 tackles (23 solo), 6.5 sacks, one pass defensed, one interception and two forced fumbles in 12 games during his 2017 campaign.

Vernon, who missed four consecutive games during the first half of the season due to an ankle injury, amassed less than 46 tackles in a season for the first time since his rookie year with the Dolphins in 2012. Vernon remains under contract with the Giants through 2020, so he figures to once again start at defensive end in 2018 across from Jason Pierre-Paul.

Chris Scott
Scott (concussion) agreed to an injury settlement with the Panthers on Monday, Joe Person of the Charlotte Observer reports.

Scott is now free from injured reserve and eligible to sign elsewhere.

Marshall Koehn
The Giants signed Koehn to a reserve/future contract Monday, Dan Duggan of reports.

Koehn previously worked out for the Giants in mid-November, but ultimately wasn't signed to the roster after the team elected to stick with rookie Aldrick Rosas as its kicker. While he suited up for all 16 games, Rosas didn't find much success, converting just 18 of 25 field-goal attempts (72 percent) and 20 of 23 extra-point tries. Look for Koehn, who made his lone extra-point attempt while serving as the Bengals' kicker for one game in 2017, to compete with Rosas throughout the offseason.

Scott Simonson
Simonson (back) inked a contract with the Giants on Tuesday.

Simonson spent all of 2017 on injured reserve with the Panthers and wasn't tendered an offer by the club this offseason. The Giants will give him a shot instead, clearing the way for his signing by waiving Aaron Davis with an injury designation.

A.J. Francis
The Redskins signed Francis to a contract Tuesday, ESPN 980 Washington reports.

Francis previously spent a week with the Redskins in October, but didn't appear in a game. His chances of suiting up will be higher this time around with the Redskins playing their next game Thursday against the Giants and perhaps not having fellow defensive lineman Terrell McClain (toe) available for the short week.

Nick Becton
Becton was signed to the Giants' 53-man roster Saturday, Art Stapleton of The Bergen Record reports.

Becton has been on the Chiefs' practice squad since late October after being let go by the Lions at roster cutdowns in September. The 27-year-old is likely to serve as a depth option in his new team's offensive line rotation.

Ryan O'Malley
O'Malley signed a one-year contract with the Giants on Friday, Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports.

O'Malley, who went undrafted out of Penn in 2016, signed with the Giants last December after spending the majority of his career on the Raiders' practice squad. He only appeared in one game for Big Blue, logging seven offensive snaps (but none on special teams) without seeing a target in the passing game. O'Malley will likely remain in a depth role entering the 2018 season.

Zac Kerin
Kerin signed a deal with the Giants on Thursday, Michael Eisen of the Giants' official site reports.

Kerin joined the Lions in 2017, but missed most of the season after being placed on injured reserve with a knee injury in late September. He will add depth to the Giants interior line behind John Jerry and rookie Will Hernandez.

Romeo Okwara
Okwara made three tackles (one solo) in six games during the 2017 regular season.

Okwara's sophomore campaign was hindered by a knee sprain that left him sidelined for a solid chunk of the season, as he ultimately missed 10 games before returning for the finale against Washington. The reserve defensive end will be on the last year of his rookie contract in 2018 and should once again provide depth behind Olivier Vernon and Jason Pierre-Paul.

Thurston Armbrister
Armbrister was signed to the Lions' 53-man roster Saturday, Mike Rothstein of reports.

Armbrister has resided on the Lions' practice squad since being waived at the close of the preseason. The 23-year-old will likely only serve as a reserve linebacker and special teams player for the Lions.

Jalen Simmons
Simmons signed a reserve/future contract with the Giants on Tuesday, per the league's official media site.

Simmons has bounced around on practice squads since entering the league in 2016, but he has yet to receive a promotion to an active roster. He'll need quite the camp to make the 53-man roster come fall, as the Giants now have five total running backs on their roster.

Kyle Carter
Carter was claimed off waivers by the Giants on Tuesday, Field Yates of reports.

Carter will reunite with former Vikings offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur, who was named the Giants new head coach Tuesday. Carter only played in three games for the Vikings during the regular season and failed to record a statistic in the process. He'll now join a tight end room led by Evan Engram and Rhett Ellison.

Jawill Davis
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Jerell Adams
Adams, last year's sixth-round pick, mostly saw work on special teams in 2017.

With Evan Engram firmly entrenched as the team's starter, Adams will vie for a backup job again next preseason.

Russell Shepard
Shepard signed a contract with the Giants on Monday, Art Stapleton of The Bergen Record reports.

Shepard was recently granted his release from the Panthers and now reunites with general manager Dave Gettleman, who was the GM in Carolina that signed Shepard to a three-year, $10 million contract in March of 2017. Unlikely to be counted on to for a significant offensive role, Shepard has only averaged 20 receptions over the past two seasons after totaling seven catches in his first three seasons combined. However, the LSU product is considered one of the better gunners on special teams leaguewide and will serve the Giants well in that capacity.

Shane Smith
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Jon Halapio
Halapio will get his first career start in Thursday's Week 12 tilt against the Redskins, Dan Duggan of NJ Advanced Media reports.

Halapio was brought up to the Giants' active roster in October and has operated as a backup for the team since then. His start Thursday is coming as a result of D.J. Fluker (toe) being doubtful for the game.

Hunter Sharp
Sharp saw reps with the first team offense during OTAs and minicamp, John Schmeelk of the Giants' official site reports.

Sharp joined the Giants late in the season last year and suited up for the team's last two games, totaling five catches for 54 yards and a touchdown in those two contests. His work with the first team offense likely came as a result of Odell Beckham (ankle) sitting out, but it hints that Sharp may be higher up the depth chart than previously thought. If he can continue to impress he'll have a chance to beat out Roger Lewis and Cody Latimer for the No. 3 receiving spot in the regular season.

Avery Moss
Moss (shoulder) is active for Sunday's game against the Chargers.

The rookie has been limited to just six special teams snaps through the Giants' first four games, but his availability isn't insignificant with starting defensive end Olivier Vernon (ankle) unavailable. Even so, Kerry Wynn is in line to start in Vernon's stead, so Moss is just expected to act as insurance along the defensive line and probably won't be in store for a significant workload.

Rhett Ellison
Ellison led the Giants in receiving Sunday with five catches for 63 yards on six targets.

Ellison filled in for the injured Evan Engram, but should go back to his role as blocking tight end in 2018.

Aldrick Rosas
Rosas will compete with Marshall Koehn for the kicking job, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official website reports.

Rosas was one of the worst kickers in the NFL last season, converting 18 of 25 field goals and 20 of 23 PATs. The Giants offense should take a big step forward from last season, but it may be Koehn rather than Rosas who benefits. The two kickers will duke things out during training camp and the preseason.

Zak DeOssie
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B.J. Goodson
The Giants likely plan on starting Goodson (ankle) and Alec Ogletree at inside linebacker as they transition to more 3-4 looks under new defensive coordinator James Bettcher, Paul Schwartz of The New York Post reports.

Goodson dealt with shin and ankle injuries throughout 2017, eventually landing on injured reserve ahead of the season finale. He finished with 53 tackles and a forced fumble in seven games, despite logging only 374 defensive snaps (53.4 per contest). The Giants traded for Ogletree to stabilize a linebacking corps that's long been problematic, but it doesn't seem the new acquisition will put Goodson out of a starting job. It is possible Goodson will be limited to a two-down role, as Ogletree figures to stay on the field for all three downs. There's also some chance the situation will need to be revisited after the NFL Draft.

Kyle Lauletta
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Saquon Barkley
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Cody Latimer
Latimer likely will have the opportunity to compete for a starting job at wide receiver, Matt Lombardo of reports.

Latimer was the only notable offseason signing at his position for a Giants team that released Brandon Marshall and didn't draft any receivers. Barring a late addition, Latimer and Roger Lewis (ankle) are the top candidates for the third starting receiver spot alongside No. 1 target Odell Beckham (ankle) and slot man Sterling Shepard. A 2014 second-round pick, Latimer caught only 35 passes in four seasons for the Broncos, with the vast majority of his production -- 19 catches for 287 yards and two touchdowns -- occurring last season. He ran with the first-team offense during last week's voluntary minicamp, occupying Beckham's usual spot. Latimer's excellent reputation for special teams coverage work should ensure him of a roster spot even if things don't break in his favor on offense.

Calvin Munson
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Sean Chandler
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Lorenzo Carter
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Josh Mauro
Mauro has been suspended without pay for the first four games of the 2018 regular season for violating the NFL policy on performance-enhancing substances.

Mauro, who remains eligible to participate in all offseason and preseason practices and games, could possibly have the suspension reduced if he chooses to appeal the decision. Assuming the suspension sticks, the Giants will now be approaching the 2018 season with even more concerns at defensive end, making it increasingly likely the team addresses the position via the upcoming draft.

Suspension - Suspended until Week 5 at Carolina
Nick Gates
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