NY Giants offensive line depth chart
LT-Andrew Thomas, Josh Ezeudu
LG-Shane Lemieux, Josh Ezeudu, Ben Bredeson
C-Jon Feliciano, Jamil Douglas, Max Garcia
RG-Mark Glowinski, Marcus McKethan
RT-Evan Neal, Matt Gono, Matt Peart
Joe Schoen added 11 new offensive linemen to completely overhaul this group this offseason, but 12 will likely battle for 9 spots on the roster. Thomas, Neal, Feliciano, and Glowinski are locked into their starting positions, so the only true battle at left guard will be between rookie Josh Ezeudu and Shane Lemieux. Matt Gono will likely be the backup tackle, as he is versatile and thrives as a swing tackle. Matt Peart is recovering from a torn ACL and could become a surprise cut. Nick Gates, if healthy, which is not expected due to the severity of his broken leg last September, would have a spot on the roster.
NY Giants wide receiver depth chart
Outside WR starters-Kenny Golladay, Kadarius Toney
Outside WR reserves-Darius Slayton, Collin Johnson, Richie James
Slot WRs-Sterling Shepard, Wan’Dale Robinson
The Giants wide receiver depth chart is talented, though health is the biggest question mark. Golladay, Toney, Shepard, and Slayton all battled numerous injuries in 2021 and Shepard is on the PUP list trying to battle back from an Achilles tear last season.
With Daboll bringing a passing-heavy offense, it could bring out the best in this group with Golladay and Toney getting many more chances than a season ago. Slayton has significant drop issues and could be a sneaky cut candidate at the end of training camp. David Sills, Richie James, and CJ Board are also guys who could sneak their way into this group.
NY Giants tight end depth chart
TE reserves-Daniel Bellinger, Ricky Seals-Jones, Jordan Akins, Austin Allen
This might be the weakest position group on the Giants. However, Giants fans should not worry, as tight ends are not featured often in Daboll’s offense. Bellinger, a rookie fourth round pick, was widely expected to earn the starting role, but is opening up camp on the PUP list which will likely open the door for Seals-Jones to steal the job.
The Giants will likely keep a maximum of three tight ends, and watch out for Allen, a 6-8 undrafted free agent from Nebraska, who thrives in both the passing and blocking games.