The Giants are on a mission this off-season to add playmakers around Daniel Jones.
The Giants can probably use some additional depth on the offensive line, so let's see what the story is on Grambling State's David Moore and what he might be able to provide.
The Giants ended up getting a solid running back from Clemson by the name of Wayne Gallman. With Gallman set to hit free agency, what would Travis Etienne, also from Clemson, have to offer New York?
The Giants appear to need some depth at cornerback and Michigan's Ambry Thomas can not only deliver that, but he also might be able to contribute as a kickoff returner.
The Giants might not be able to keep both Dalvin Tomlinson and Leonard Williams, so here's a look at a potential defensive interior prospect that could draw some interest.
Some early mock drafts have projected Michigan edge rusher Kwity Paye to the Giants. So let's take a look at what he brings to the table.
The Eagles narrowed down their head coaching search to coaches with strong backgrounds on the offensive side of the ball, ultimately choosing Colts offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni to replace Doug Pederson.
The Giants added Breeland Speaks, the second-round pick by the Chiefs in 2018m to their roster.
Thanks to the Proven Performance Escalator Clause in the CBA, any cap space the Giants were looking to carry over into 2021 will not only be gone, but the team could find itself in the red and in need of having to make some widescale moves.
Georgia's Tre' McKitty is a fine athlete who can fill a variety of different roles on an offense.
Tight end is a sneaky need for the Giants. Might they go back to the same well that produced Evan Engram to solve it?
The Giants are reportedly back in the market for another offensive line coach. Here is a look at four potential candidates, including three with ties to the Giants' current staff.
New York Giants offensive line coach Dave DeGuglielmo’s contract has expired and he and the team have been unable to reach a new agreement, per a report. That leaves a critical opening on head coach Joe Judge’s staff.