These are the 4 oldest players to wear the NY Giants’ uniform

John Carney #5 of the New York Giants (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
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Jeff Feagles, NY Giants
Giants punter Jeff Feagles punts during game between the Seattle Seahawks and New York Giants at Qwest Field in Seattle, Washington on Sunday, September 24, 2006. (Photo by Kevin Casey/NFLPhotoLibrary) /

#2 Oldest Player in NY Giants’ History: Punter Jeff Feagles

Age: 43 Years Old

Jeff Feagles is the second-oldest player in NY Giants’ history at age 43.

However, he is the oldest and only Giants player who’s played multiple seasons in his 40s as a Giant.

Feagles played an incredible 22 years in the NFL. He played in three decades, played the 4th most games in NFL history, and set the record for most consecutive games played ever. He also has punted more times and for more yards than anyone else in league history.

Feagles was a part of the NY Giants’ triumphant 2007 Super Bowl run, becoming the oldest player in Super Bowl history at 41 years old (nearly 42)! As of today, he’s still the oldest winningest player in the game’s 56-year span.

Feagles had some career seasons in his 40s defying the norm for a player his age at the punter position. In 2008, he won NFL Pro Bowl honors for his performance helping the Giants to a 12-4 record and the NFC’s #1 seed.

Feagles retired during the 2010 offseason at age 44. He is still a part of the team’s broadcast and radio shows for post and pregame coverage of games during the season.