Projecting the Giants’ 53-man roster in mid-May is fun, but probably not a clip-and-save affair. The NFL Draft is not that far behind us. The Rookie minicamp ended a few days ago. The first of 10 OTA (organized team activity) sessions opened on Monday, bringing together rookies and veterans for the first time. There is a mandatory three-day minicamp from June 7-9 and then a seven-week break before the start of training camp.
Head coach Brian Daboll faces so many personal decisions this summer, and to complicate matters, general manager Joe Schoen will continue to add new players, including after cutback day, when the Giants resume games. players who have been cut by other teams.
It’s impossible to predict the details of how all of this might play out other than to state, unequivocally, that there will be players on the roster the Giants will take for the 2022 season who are not currently in the building. .
OK, enough warnings. Let’s try to project what the Giants’ 53-man roster will look like, based on the players currently on the roster: