|Offense||29th||48.5 (32nd)||203.0 (18th)|
|Defense||18th||133.5 (28th)||191.0 (9th)|
|89||Adams, Jerell||TE||6-5||254||12/31/1992||2||South Carolina|
|24||Apple, Eli||CB||6-1||201||8/9/1995||2||Ohio State|
|29||Berhe, Nat||FS||5-11||195||7/6/1991||4||San Diego State|
|85||Ellison, Rhett||TE||6-5||255||10/3/1988||6||Southern California|
|88||Engram, Evan||TE||6-3||240||9/2/1994||R||Ole Miss|
|74||Flowers, Ereck||T||6-6||325||4/25/1994||3||Miami (Fla.)|
|49||Grant, Curtis||LB||6-3||249||12/28/1992||1||Ohio State|
|17||Harris, Dwayne||WR||5-11||206||9/16/1987||7||East Carolina|
|98||Harrison, Damon||DT||6-3||341||11/29/1988||6||William Penn|
|68||Hart, Bobby||T||6-4||316||8/21/1994||3||Florida State|
|39||Hunter, Michael||CB||6-0||192||4/19/1993||1||Oklahoma State|
|20||Jenkins, Janoris||CB||5-10||190||10/29/1988||6||North Alabama|
|77||Jerry, John||G||6-5||335||6/14/1986||8||Ole Miss|
|69||Jones, Brett||C||6-2||312||7/29/1991||3||Regina (Canada)|
|59||Kennard, Devon||OLB||6-4||256||6/24/1991||4||Southern California|
|18||Lewis, Roger||WR||6-0||203||11/27/1993||2||Bowling Green|
|10||Manning, Eli||QB||6-5||220||1/3/1981||14||Ole Miss|
|91||Moss, Avery||DE||6-3||271||11/16/1994||R||Youngstown State|
|46||Munson, Calvin||MLB||6-0||241||12/27/1994||R||San Diego State|
|78||Okwara, Romeo||DE||6-4||271||6/17/1995||2||Notre Dame|
|90||Pierre-Paul, Jason||DE||6-5||275||1/1/1989||8||South Florida|
|70||Richburg, Weston||C||6-4||300||7/9/1991||4||Colorado State|
|41||Rodgers-Cromartie, Dominique||CB||6-2||203||4/7/1986||10||Tennessee State|
|2||Rosas, Aldrick||K||6-3||221||12/30/1994||1||Southern Oregon|
|3||Smith, Geno||QB||6-3||221||10/10/1990||5||West Virginia|
|43||Smith, Shane||TE||6-1||241||8/21/1993||R||San Jose State|
|55||Thomas, J.T.||OLB||6-1||230||8/15/1988||7||West Virginia|
|27||Thompson, Darian||FS||6-2||208||9/22/1993||2||Boise State|
|54||Vernon, Olivier||DE||6-2||262||10/7/1990||6||Miami (Fla.)|
|63||Wheeler, Chad||T||6-7||312||1/19/1994||R||Southern California|
|64||Banks, Josh (IR)||DT||6-3||290||6/13/1994||R||Wake Forest|
|73||Bryant, Corbin (IR)||DT||6-4||303||1/4/1988||5||Northwestern|
|65||Dunker, Jessamen (IR)||T||6-4||315||1/18/1993||R||Tennessee State|
|60||Gettis, Adam (IR)||G||6-3||315||12/9/1988||5||Iowa|
|44||Herzlich, Mark (IR)||OLB||6-5||236||9/1/1987||7||Boston College|
|82||Johnson, Keeon (IR)||WR||6-3||216||12/31/1994||R||Virginia|
|83||Norwood, Kevin (IR)||WR||6-2||212||9/23/1989||3||Alabama|
|71||Schwan, Evan (IR)||DE||6-6||261||6/28/1994||R||Penn State|
|47||Unga, Uani' (IR)||LB||6-1||233||12/28/1987||2||Brigham Young|
|Williams, Jalen (IR)||WR||6-3||205||//||R||Massachusetts|
|97||Williams, Ishaq (IR)||DE||6-4||253||2/22/1993||1||Notre Dame|
|86||Bundy, Marquis||WR||6-4||215||8/5/1994||2||New Mexico|
|38||Deayon, Donte||DB||5-9||163||1/28/1994||1||Boise State|
|Eagan, Ed||WR||5-10||198||6/19/1993||1||Northwestern State-Louisiana|
|36||Murphy, Ryan||DB||6-1||214||10/14/1992||1||Oregon State|
|19||Rudolph, Travis||WR||6-0||190||9/15/1995||R||Florida State|
|22||Scott, Tim||DB||5-11||195||1/25/1993||1||North Carolina|
|Team||OLine Avg. Ht||OLine Avg. Wt||DLine Avg. Ht||DLine Avg. Wt||Avg. Age||Youngest||Oldest|
Heading into his third NFL season, Murphy has yet to play a regular season snap. With Landon Collins and Darian Thompson manning the safety positions, Murphy will have to strive for a special-teams gunner position with the Giants.
Smith and Johnson vied for the job throughout the offseason and preseason, with the latter even earning a start at one point. However, Smith must have proved the health of his right knee enough to earn the trust of the coaching staff. Although Eli Manning has started 199 consecutive regular-season games, Smith will now be called upon in garbage time or in the event of an injury. Rounding out the QB depth chart is 2017 second-round pick Davis Webb.
Wynn visited the Patriots last week but will ultimately remain in the Big Apple, where he has spent his entire three-year career, playing mainly in a special teams role. Last season, he recorded 12 tackles and 0.5 sacks through 14 games with the Giants.
With Johnathan Hankins on the way out, the Giants had a need for a big defensive tackle. Tomlinson is certainly that at 6-foot-3, 310 pounds, but he also did well with his athletic testing at the Combine. He likely won't be an IDP factor, but Tomlinson should be a good replacement for Hankins as a run stopper.
Lacosse missed the entirety of last season with a torn ACL and only played in two games during his 2015 rookie season, so he has much to prove before becoming a factor in the Giants offense.
Perkins has not run well in his first two starts, but it's hard to evaluate because he's barely had any room to run, and the playcalling is so vanilla it's as if the defense knows it's coming. Both Shane Vereen and Orleans Darkwa had more success on fewer carries, but Vereen isn't an early-down back, and Darkwa is used largely on special teams. Still, if the Giants don't produce more on the ground, Darkwa, rookie Wayne Gallman or someone not yet on the roster could take Perkins' job.
Cockrell wasn't seeming likely to make the final roster, so it's smart for the Steelers to get something in return, rather than release him. With the Giants, Cockrell will provide depth behind starters Janoris Jenkins and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie.
Thomas suffered some sort of groin injury this past Monday against the Lions. His absence should open up more snaps for Keenan Robinson and Curtis Grant.
Harrison played in 20 of the 72 defensive snaps, which is what was expected for a high-caliber defensive tackle who's struggling with body aches. He posted a career-high 86 tackles and 2.5 sacks last season and should be ready to be the starter in Week 1.
Apple went down with an ankle injury in mid-August and has been slowed down by it since. However, he finally appears to be recovered from the issue. The 22-year-old recorded 51 tackles, one forced fumble, one interception and seven passes defended in his rookie season, and will look to improve on those numbers this year.
Paul Perkins was ineffective again, so Darkwa could see an opening to get more work, but he's been on the team for a while, and it's likely he'll remain in a change-of-pace/special teams role.
It's not clear if Jenkins was able to get in any work Friday after sitting out practice the previous two days, but regardless, he will still have a chance to get back on the field this week after sitting out Monday's loss to the Lions due to his injuries.
Williams totaled six tackles and one sack in four preseason games for the Giants, but ultimately didn't quite show enough to warrant a roster spot. The 24-year-old has bounced around a few teams' practice squads after going undrafted in 2015 and has yet to appear in an NFL game.
The Giants limited Beckham at practice this week as a preventative measure, but he is apparently progressing well in his recovery, as there is no doubt he will take the field Sunday barring a setback over the weekend. Beckham played just 34 snaps in the Giants' Week 2 loss to the Lions, but with him not having an injury designation heading into Sunday's matchup with the Eagles, that number could conceivably increase.
Engram was placed in the concussion protocol Wednesday, two days after after catching four of seven targets for 49 yards and a touchdown in Monday's 24-10 loss to the Lions. His quick progression suggests he didn't necessarily suffer a concussion, as players almost always require more than two days to clear the league's protocol. Engram has been surprisingly busy for a rookie tight end, drawing 12 targets while logging 81 percent of the offensive snaps through two games. The Eagles shut down opposing tight ends last season, but their current injury woes at safety leave Engram with a decent matchup. Travis Kelce took advantage last week with an 8-103-1 receiving line on 10 targets.
Thompson was supposed to be the Giants' starting free safety last season, but a foot injury limited the rookie to only two contests. Now healthy, Thompson is looking to make 2017 a bounce-back campaign after spending last season studying the defense on the sideline. However, backup Andrew Adams was impressive during OTAs and could give Thompson a run for his money during training camp.
Pierre-Paul got good pressure for much of the night, but the Lions attempted only 21 passes all game, limiting his opportunity for a bigger performance.
Eagan had one catch for 19 yards this preseason, so it's not a surprise that he couldn't crack the receiver corps for the Giants. He spent last season on the Bills' practice squad, and expect him to be relegated to the same duties in 2017.
Adams notched 46 tackles, five passes defensed and one interception over 14 games last season as a replacement for Darian Thompson, who missed almost the entire year with a foot injury. However, with Thompson back to full health, it appears as if he is the favorite to claim the starting free safety role. While Adams is a dark horse, it's tough to rule out the 24-year-old completely, making this training camp battle quite intriguing.
Assuming he plays, the rookie will make his career debut in Sunday's game against the Eagles. Williams came into the league as a linebacker, but he will be playing defensive end for the foreseeable future. He figures to help provide depth at the position.
He only played 68 snaps in 2016, but Thomas is competing for a larger role on the defensive front this season. Now that he's healthy, Thomas can try stealing snaps from fellow tackle Jay Bromley.
Geno Smith and Josh Johnson are expected to split the first-half reps as they continue to battle for the top backup job. Webb, a 2017 third-round selection, is still expected to spend his rookie season as the Giants' No. 3 quarterback, likely rendering him inactive for most gamedays. He might be limited to mop-up duty Thursday if the Giants decide they want to see more of Smith and/or Johnson after halftime.
Manning was regularly put under pressure, culminating in him being sacked five times. Despite the return of star wideout Odell Beckham, New York's passing attack accounted for just one play of over 20 yards. While Manning's interception only came after rookie Evan Engram tipped a pass, the rookie was on the receiving end of the Giants' lone touchdown thus far this season -- an 18-yard connection with Manning during the second quarter. Following two atrocious offensive performances, Manning and company are tasked with righting the ship at the division-rival Eagles in Week 3.
Gettis has spent the majority of the previous three seasons on the Giants practice squad. While he was competing for a spot on the final roster during training camp, his odds of doing so were believed to be slim. He will now spend the entire 2017 season on IR with a foot injury.
'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.
Hart went down during Monday's tilt against the Lions. His absence is not good news for the prospects of the Giants' turnstile-esque offensive line.
The undrafted rookie was vying for a special teams role and a slot receiver role with the Giants. Rudolph may be a good candidate for the practice squad if he isn't picked up elsewhere.
Bryant suffered his elbow injury on Monday, and the Giants immediately began working out replacements for the defensive tackle. Look for Bobby Richardson to see some extra reps now that Bryant has been shut down for the year.
Scott was trying to make it as a reserve safety behind Landon Collins and Darian Thompson. He'll be eligible to sign elsewhere if he clears waivers.
Berhe was limited in practice throughout the week and likely could've played Sunday if the Giants needed him. New York is locked into the five seed for the playoffs and didn't need to force Berhe back before he's completely healthy. He appears to have a good chance at returning from his five week absence in the wildcard round of the playoffs next week.
Bundy was initially brought onto the team to add depth to a banged up receiver corps. He caught seven passes for 103 yards this preseason, but the Giants picked Tavarres King (ankle) and Dwayne Harris (upper body) as their depth receivers instead. At 6-foot-4, 215 pounds, expect Bundy to be a prime candidate for the practice squad.
Casillas had a solid season as the team's starting weak side linebacker with 96 total tackles (62 solo, 34 assists), 1.5 sacks and eight passes defensed.
The Giants needed to add some depth at linebacker for Monday's game which is why Grant was signed off the practice squad. It's unsure if he'll have any role on the defensive side of the ball, but either way his fantasy impact seems limited at best.
Robinson has finally cleared the league's concussion protocol after sustaining a concussion in early August. The 28-year-old will likely resume a role as a special teams contributor and backup to Jonathan Casillas.
It's hard to see much upside for Shepard in a weak offense, especially now that Odell Beckham is back.
Collins should continue to be one of the league's top IDP defensive backs this season.
Vereen led the Giants in rushing yards, evidencing how poor their ground game was once again Monday. With Paul Perkins ineffective thus far, Vereen could get more handoffs going forward, but his fantasy stock remains rooted in his presence in the passing game. Through two tilts, Vereen boasts 12 receptions for 78 yards.
Norwood was not considered a likely candidate to make the final roster before sustaining the injury. He will remain on the team's IR for the remainder of the season unless the two parties reach an injury settlement.
Dunker was waived with an injury designation Wednesday due to the foot injury he suffered in the opening days of training camp.
Herzlich has been out for the majority of camp after suffering a stinger injury in early August. The move would be season-ending for the 30-year-old, and also puts a question mark on the remainder of his career.
After landing on the Giants' injury report Thursday, Adams closed out the week with back-to-back limited sessions. The preceding wasn't exactly enough to forecast inactive status in Week 17, but the offense will nonetheless roll with Will Tye as the obvious No. 1 tight end. Due to the team's liberal use of TEs, though, Larry Donnell will likely earn some snaps as well Sunday.
The 2017 fifth-round pick is vying for a backup spot since Jason Pierre-Paul and Olivier Vernon are destined for the starting defensive end positions. Moss will need to be healthy enough for preseason games in order to show he belongs on the 53-man roster.
Rookie first-round pick Evan Engram is the long-term heir to the starting role at the position and is likely to see more targets in Week 1. Ellison has made his greatest impact as a run and pass blocker throughout his career, hauling in no more than 19 receptions or one touchdown in any of his previous five seasons as a member of the Vikings.
Fluker was a full participant in practice this week but was listed as questionable Sunday. Apparently the 25-year-old has been playing through the injury, but is well enough at this point to suit up Monday night.
The first-year kicker has now hit both of his attempts on the season, both within 29 yards. Typically the kicker on a team with Odell Beckham Jr., Sterling Shepard and Eli Manning would have starting potential. At this point, however, the Giants don't look good enough on that side of the ball to give their kicker much of a chance.
Goodson was thought to have had a chance at playing this week after sitting out Week 2 with an unspecified shin injury. His absence further weakens an already suspect Giants linebacking corps.
Marshall also dropped arguably Eli Manning's best throw of the night on a sideline route that would have given the team a much-needed first down. Given how poorly the Giants offense has done, Marshall has to make the most of his opportunities in order to stay relevant.
Jenkins is questionable to play with separate hand and ankle injuries. The Giants are going to test him out Saturday, and if things go well, they then plan to see how things go in pregame warmups. If he's ultimately ruled out, Rodgers-Cromartie -- who typically plays in the slot -- would become the team's de facto top corner and consequently spend more time on the outside in base defense. However, the Eagles heavily rely on three-receiver sets, so the Giants probably won't be using much of their base defense anyway. In the end, Jenkins' potential absence would likely amount to an extra dozen or so snaps for Rodgers-Cromartie.