Voluntary offseason workout programs are intended to provide training, teaching and physical conditioning for players.
The Giants.com crew is presented with four statements and must decide whether they are Fact or Fiction.
The remodeling of the Giants' roster continued Thursday with the addition of four free agents who played for other NFL teams in 2022.
McCain also looks forward to lining up next to Xavier McKinney, one of the NFL's best young safeties.
With the NFL Combine in the rearview mirror, the focus now turns towards the next step in the pre-draft process, the pro day circuit.
The news of the day for Giants fans on Friday, March 24, 2023.
Sweeney, 6-5 and 251 pounds, was originally selected in the seventh round by the Bills in 2019 while current Giants head coach Brian Daboll and general manager Joe Schoen were on staff.
Originally a fifth-round pick (No. 146 overall) in the 2019 NFL Draft by the Lions, Oruwariye spent his first four seasons in Detroit.
Crowder, 5-9 and 177 pounds, has played in exactly 100 regular-season games with 51 starts for the Bills (2022), Jets (2019-2021), and Commanders, who originally selected him in the sixth round of the 2015 NFL Draft.
Originally a fifth-round draft choice by Miami in 2015, McCain has played in 121 regular-season games with 87 starts (40 at cornerback) for the Dolphins (2015-20) and Commanders (2021-22).
The safety spoke to the media on Thursday for the first time as members of the Giants.
The news of the day for Giants fans on Thursday, March 23, 2022.
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The NFC East will face the NFC West and the AFC East, and NFC teams will play nine road games next season.
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The news of the day for Giants fans on Wednesday, March 22, 2023.
Originally a fifth-round pick (No. 145 overall) in the 2015 NFL Draft, McCain has 11 interceptions across eight seasons in the NFL.
The Giants.com crew reacts to the team's moves in the first wave of the new league year.
Darius Slayton grew up in Atlanta, was a high school star in nearby Norcross, and trains in that area in the offseason. So, it seemed logical he might continue his NFL career in his native state. But Slayton had other ideas.