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

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Loser: QB Tommy DeVito

It really feels like Tommy DeVito was one of the biggest losers this offseason in general for the Giants, as the signing of Drew Lock kept him down the depth chart as the QB3. However, after the play of Jones and Lock when we've seen them, the odds of DeVito getting a chance in 2024 are looking incredibly slim.

This doesn't mean DeVito won't make the roster, as it's smart to keep a third quarterback given Jones' injury history. But there's a very real chance he ends up on the practice squad for the majority of the season in order to free up a roster spot.

DeVito completed 64% of his passes for 1,101 yards, eight touchdowns, and three interceptions through six starts last season. While watching his film showed that these numbers aren't entirely indicative of the player he actually is, DeVito is still an incredibly solid backup QB.

Unfortunately, the Giants didn't trust him enough to step up once again in case Jones went down. While he's under contract for the remainder of the season, don't be surprised if he opts to sign elsewhere for a better chance to start depending on how this upcoming season goes.