The Giants plan to sign veteran cornerback Ross Cockrell provided he clears camp-entry COVID-19 testing, a person with knowledge of the situation told and the USA TODAY Network. They spoke on the condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the situation. Cockrell visited the Giants on Saturday just one day after DeAndre Baker was formally charged with four counts of robbery with a firearm and following Sam Beal's decision to opt out of the 2020 season due to COVID-19 con...

The Giants intend to sign veteran cornerback Ross Cockrell, after hosing the former Carolina Panther for a visit Saturday, an individual with knowledge of the team’s plans tells NJ Advance Media. However, Cockrell, 29, must pass his COVID-19 testing and entry protocols before officially signing. Sign up for Giants Extra: Get exclusive news, behind-the-scenes observations and the ability to text directly with reporters This would be Cockrell’s second stint with the Giants, after spending a year o...

Jones was Giants Future, and players in their early or mid-20s were more aligned with Jones than they were with a quarterback nearing 40 years old. Plus, there was not much winning with this group when Manning was directing the huddle. Saquon Barkley always sounded thrilled to be a part of Manning’s NFL later years, resolutely supportive and appreciative he got to play with a franchise icon.

When the New York Giants selected Duke quarterback Daniel Jones with the sixth overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, social media exploded with frustration, disappointment and bewilderment. Some of the writers on this site (present company included), ripped general manager Dave Gettleman for squandering another draft opportunity. months later, Jones is the focal point of a possible Giants’ resurgence and, even in this age of coronavirus, has the collective imaginations of Giant fans running wild.

There are always great stories coming out of NFL training camps every summer about long-shot free agents and walk-ons who win over coaching staffs and earn a spot on some team’s 53-man roster. This season, with no preseason games and camp roster limited to 80 players, those long-shots’ odds are even longer. Teams have very little time to get their known entities up and running, never mind finding diamond in the rough.

Sign up for Giants Extra: Get exclusive news, behind-the-scenes observations and the ability to text directly with reporters No one truly has the answers to those questions, but we can all do our best at guessing. So here’s my best guess at who will line up as starters in Week 1, including one major surprise. OFFENSE QB: Daniel Jones It’s Jones’ team now.

The opting out of left tackle Nate Solder has given the Giants a $21 million dollar salary cap cushion for this year. What they plan on doing with that new found wealth is still to be determined. Yes, cornerback Logan Ryan would be a nice fit for the Giants.

Learning a new scheme and system and trying to focus on the little things to get better every single day. Capitalize on the things we are able to do. With or without the “C” patch, Shepard and Barkley have been determined to help teach young players and new arrivals the ropes.

Make no mistake about it, the Giants are Daniel Jones’ team now. Jones, 23, reported to Giants training camp weighing 229 pounds after adding eight pounds of muscle this offseason and without what he previously admitted was the sometimes “awkward” presence of franchise legend and two-time Super Bowl champion Eli Manning looming over the season. There is a certain level of comfort in it being my second year and it’s been good,” Jones said on a video conference call with reporters this week.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers made O.J. Howard the earliest tight end selection since Eric Ebron at No 10 in 2014 with the 19th overall pick, the New York Giants addressed a Will Tye-led position group with Evan Engram at No 23 and the Cleveland Browns turned to David Njoku at 29th overall. Collectively they epitomised the evolution of the NFL's modern tight end, flaunting receiver-calibre speed capable of creating separation from linebackers along with the traditional size and athleticism that made ...

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