The New York Giants will wrap up their three-day rookie minicamp in East Rutherford, New Jersey on Sunday. Here’s a quick look at some of the sights and scenes from camp, including an early view of the incoming rookie class decked out in Giants blue.
After inking both running back Corey Clement and wide-receiver-turned-tight-end Kelvin Benjamin following their tryouts with the team during rookie minicamp, the New York Giants have waived a pair of players to make room.
It may have only been Day 2 of rookie minicamp, but New York Giants head coach Joe Judge was in midseason form on Saturday, unleashing an expletive-laden tirade after some mistakes were made during a kickoff coverage drill.
The Giants moved quickly in free agency to sign Booker as Saquon Barkley’s backup. Why? When free agency began the New York Giants raised some eyebrows by quickly signing backup running back Devontae Booker to a two-year, $5.5 million contract.
Giants General Manager Dave Gettleman is giving free agent wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin another NFL shot. Benjamin is signing with the Giants after getting a tryout with them this weekend, according to multiple reports.
The New York Giants have signed wide receiver turned tight end Kelvin Benjamin, to a deal after a successful training session over the weekend. Benjamin, who has added a bit of weight since his last action in the NFL in 2018, will be a pass-catching TE and hopefully a developmental blocker.
The New York Giants intend to sign wide receiver/tight end Kelvin Benjamin following his tryout during the team’s three-day rookie minicamp. Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News was the first to report the news.
Last season, the New York Giants’ defense took a massive step forward in efficiency and production. Going from the 30th ranked defense in points allowed per game to the 9th in 2020, an unexpected rise to adequacy was welcomed by the fan base and coaching staff.
Safety and special teams player Nate Ebner is currently a free agent who is on a hiatus from pro football because he's been involved with rugby training as part of a quest to be a part of the summer Olympics this year.
Rookies have now been introduced to the NFL What did we learn over the past couple of days as the New York Giants held their rookie mini-camp? We have talked about first-round pick Kadarius Toney a lot already, so here are some non-Toney takeaways.
New York Giants head coach Joe Judge already had a pretty good idea about the nearly two dozen players who showed up for the team's rookie minicamp this weekend are able to do in terms of football based on their film.
Following an official NFL rule change that allows wide receivers, tight ends, linebackers and defensive backs to wear single-digit numbers starting with the upcoming season, Giants WR Sterling Shepard has taken to Instagram to announce he's switching from No. 87 to No. 3.