The calendar has finally flipped to July 27, meaning Giants training camp is officially underway today at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center.
Before the players step foot on the practice field, here is everything you need to know about the Giants' 2021 training camp.
View photos of the team reporting for the start of training camp at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center.
The Giants' first full-squad training camp practice occurs July 28, with a ramp-up period eventually yielding to fully-padded practices a week later on Aug. 2. With an improved roster, there will not be quite as much open competition for starting spots, but that doesn't mean there won't be a lot to watch that will determine what the roster will look like to open the 2021 season.
Activities at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center are about to get underway as training camp is right around the corner. Before the full roster reports for the start of camp on Tuesday, let's check out some of the most pressing questions facing the Giants heading into the 2021 season.
With the first practice coming up on Wednesday, the Giants.com crew shares bold predictions for training camp, ranging from a young linebacker moving inside, Nate Solder's return to the field and more.
View photos of the New York Giants' active 53-man roster as it currently stands heading into Week 1.
The Giants made several roster transactions Thursday... The team announced that six players have been placed on the Active/Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list. They are running back Saquon Barkley (knee), center Jonotthan Harrison (hamstring), tackle Matt Peart (back), tight end Kyle Rudolph (foot), linebacker Oshane Ximines (hamstring) and rookie cornerback Aaron Robinson (core muscle), the team's third-round draft choice.
Eli Manning spent most of his illustrious career in the same scheme under the same head coach, a privilege his successor, Daniel Jones, did not have at the start of his tenure as quarterback of the New York Giants. But after changing staffs in between Jones' rookie and sophomore campaigns – and doing so in an unprecedented season with all the limitations stemming from the pandemic – the team hopes to be back on firmer ground heading into the second year of the Joe Judge era with Jason Garrett running the offense.
Wide receiver Kadarius Toney, the Giants' first selection in the 2021 NFL draft, has been placed on the Reserve/COVID-19 list. The Giants' rookies reported last week for training camp. Toney is following the NFL protocols by isolating and participating in meetings remotely. The Giants selected Toney from the University of Florida with the 20th selection in this year's draft after trading with the Chicago Bears to move back from No. 11.
With training camp here, view photos of every move made by the Giants this offseason.
2021 Giants Position Previews:
John Schmeelk and Paul Dottino of Giants.com break down the 2021 New York Giants by position group.
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View some of the best mic'd up moments from Giants training camp.
With the Giants reporting this week, take a look at rare photos of training camp through the years.