Good morning, New York Giants fans! It’s the slowest part of the NFL offseason, but we are still on the hunt for headlines to bring your way. Let’s get to today’s collection.
It’s not all business for Giants rookies. Here, Brandon London guides us through as the first-year Giants take a cooking class at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center. The video, released Wednesday by the Giants, was shot a couple of weeks ago.
Davis Webb and young Giants receivers form their own bond while embracing ‘family’ dynamics with ‘old, corny dad’ Eli Manning – The Athletic
Even if he hasn’t had enough in-game reps to build an on-field rapport with the team’s young pass-catchers, Davis Webb has worked hard to establish a foundation off it.
Projecting one future first-time Pro Bowler for each NFC team – NFL.com
NEW YORK GIANTS: Saquon Barkley, RB, first NFL season. Much has been said and written about the second overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, but the hype all comes back to this: He has everything you need to succeed in the NFL. He can run, he can catch and he has outstanding work habits. Barkley has a good chance to be the Offensive Rookie of the Year.
Making Odell happy with the contract he has earned. It’s no mystery that star wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. covets a new contract, one that makes him among the highest-paid — if not the highest-paid — receivers in league history. His production is extraordinary, with career averages of 6.6 catches and 94.1 yards per game. He’s returning from an ankle injury, and the conversation around him has extended beyond the field, as his maturity has come into question at times. But the Giants have made it clear they want to keep him around, and he’s a transcendent talent. A new deal is essential.
Veterans on roster bubble for all 32 NFL teams – 2018
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Guard John Jerry
Jerry reworked his contract this offseason and lost his starting job. The Giants now have Patrick Omameh and second-round pick Will Hernandez entrenched as their starters. Even veteran John Greco appeared to be ahead of Jerry on the depth chart this spring. Jerry’s place on the roster is in jeopardy.