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

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Loser: RB Eric Gray

Despite having a massively disappointing rookie season for reasons both within his control and not, it still seemed like Eric Gray could have a meaningful role with the Giants in his sophomore year. However, after the drafting of Tyrone Tracy and what he managed to show during OTAs and minicamp, it seems like Gray will be back down the depth chart.

According to Art Stapleton, Tracy allegedly spent a good amount of time with the starters during OTAs. This adds up, as Tracy is an incredibly dynamic dual-threat back who can likely provide a ton of value on passing downs.

Regardless of how big a role Tracy plays, this is not a good sign for Gray, who rushed for 48 yards and zero touchdowns on 17 attempts last season. Gray may still have some upside, but he may never get enough reps to reach it given the talent surrounding him in the running back room.