Check out the best photos from all of the Giants OTA practices
Giants unveil new-look O-Line at OTAs**
It was already a major storyline heading into the offseason: what will the Giants' offensive line look like in 2015?
The question moved from story line to the lead item earlier this month when the Giants drafted Miami offensive tackle Ereck Flowers with the ninth overall selection.
Then it became THE headline last week when starting left tackle Will Beatty, who hasn't missed a game since 2011, underwent surgery to repair a torn pectoral muscle ... READ MORE
How are the new faces fitting in?
It has been a busy three months since the NFL rang the opening bell to mark the official start of the new league year.
The league ushered in its new 256-member draft class, including six for Big Blue, beginning with first round pick, University of Miami offensive tackle Ereck Flowers.
Then came the undrafted free agents to fill in the cracks before teams began their organized team activities (OTA) and upcoming mandatory minicamps.
With the former wrapping up and the latter starting next Tuesday-Thursday, Giants.com takes look at how the newcomers are coming together with the returning veterans as they build the 2015 Giants roster ... **READ MORE**
Victor Cruz Rehab Update
The Giants' outstanding wide receiver, slowly but steadily is working his way back from major knee surgery, did not join his teammates for organized team activities, essentially a practice in which the players are not permitted to wear pads.
But Cruz ran some routes on the side while his teammates ran drills and plays ... **READ MORE**
Weatherford feeling "very fortunate" after car crash
A day after he celebrated the beginning of a new life, Steve Weatherford endured an uncomfortable brush with death.
On Saturday, Weatherford's wife Laura gave birth to the couple's fourth child and third daughter, Josie Jaclyn, in Southern California. On his way back to the Giants facility the punter was in a one-car crash on the New Jersey Turnpike that left him, "very fortunate to be alive."
"I take pride in always taking a positive perspective, but when something like that happens, you realize everyone is human. It was a big deal. I am very fortunate to be standing here." ... **READ MORE**
Collins honors idol Sean Taylor with number change
"It was my dream to be coming into the league to be No. 21 because my idol was 21, Sean Taylor," said Collins, who recalled crying the day Taylor was fatally shot in his Florida home. "I just wanted to continue to follow in his steps and try to be a great player just as he was. That's why I wore 26 back in college, because his number was 26."
Collins was given No. 27 because 21 was already being worn by Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie.
But then on Tuesday the veteran cornerback gave it up to the rookie Collins ... **READ MORE**