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53 Man Roster Projection


Eli Manning
Ryan Nassib

Running Backs

Rashad Jennings
Paul Perkins
Shane Vereen
Andre Williams

Wide Receivers

Odell Beckham Jr.
Victor Cruz
Sterling Shepard
Dwayne Harris
Geremy Davis
Tavarres King or Roger Lewis  (King has played better but I think they want Lewis’ height)

Tight Ends

Will Tye
Larry Donnell
Jerell Adams

Full Back

Will Johnson

Offensive Line

Ereck Flowers
Justin Pugh
Weston Richburg
John Jerry
Marshall Newhouse
Bobby Hart
Ryan Seymour
Brett Jones
(note this could be subject to outside additions)

Defensive Line

Jason Pierre-Paul
Olivier Vernon
Owa Odighizuwa
Kerry Wynn
Romeo Okwara
Damon Harrison
Johnathan Hankins
Jay Bromley
Louis Nix


Devon Kennard
Jasper Brinkley
Kelvin Sheppard
Jonathan Casillas
B.J. Goodson
Keenan Robinson


D. Rodgers-Cromartie
Eli Apple
Janoris Jenkins
Leon Hall
Donte Deayon
Leon McFadden


Darian Thompson
Landon Collins
Nat Berhe
Andrew Adams
Bennett Jackson

Long Snapper

Tyler Ott (8 years younger)


Josh Brown W/ Randy Bullock game one


Brad Wing


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J.T. Thomas has taken a pay cut and put himself on even footing for a chance to win a Giants roster spot.
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Big Blue View

The linebacker takes less to stay with the team New York Giants linebacker J.T. Thomas made his return from the PUP list this week, and Field Yates of ESPN is reporting that he has accepted a 2.2mil pay cut to remain on the team. Sources: Giants LB JT Thomas has taken a pay cut from $2.975M to $775K, with a roster bonus of $20k and $400k if he plays 70% of the snaps.— Field Yates (@FieldYates) August 17, 2017 Thomas was on the physically unable to perform list throughout the offseason and training camp while he worked his way...
Defensive lineman picks up prominent endorsement Jordan Williams, an undrafted free agent out of Tennessee on his third franchise in three NFL seasons, would seem like a long shot to make the New York Giants’ roster as part of a talented, deep defensive line. Williams, though, has begun to make himself noticed as the Giants prep for the 2017 season. And he has picked up the endorsement of linebacker Jonathan Casillas, the team’s defensive captain in 2016. “I think the way he’s playing right now he could be a Giant for sure. I would take him on my team if...
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