4 biggest winners and 2 losers from NY Giants OTAs and minicamp

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Winner: WR Jalin Hyatt

While he wasn't able to show off his capabilities much last season due to the disastrous play of the Giants' QB room, we all know what Hyatt can do on the field as a deep threat. Now, entering the 2024 season, it seems like he is primed to have a big role with New York that could help revolutionize this offense.

Currently, Hyatt looks to be third on the Giants depth chart at receiver. However, given what he showcased during OTAs, as well as the Darius Slayton contract hold out, he could be a more favorable player amongst the coaches heading into training camp.

Even if those do not have an effect on his status entering camp, Hyatt still showcased a lot of skill that will make him an even deadlier threat on the outside. This is something the Giants will want to take advantage of in 2024, as a duo of him and Malik Nabers could be one of the deadliest in the NFL.