4 biggest strengths on the NY Giants roster

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2. Wide receiver

The Giants do not have a WR1, but they have one of the deepest wide receiver rooms in the league. Isaiah Hodgins, the 2022 phenom, is the leader in Giants wide receiver room heading in 2023. Hodgins had 351 yards across eight games with Big Blue in 2022. He had eight catches for 105 yards and one touchdown in the NFC Wild Card win at Minnesota.

Slayton re-signed with the Giants on a two-year, $12 million deal this offseason. He will continue to be the G-Men's downfield burner. Campbell comes over from Indianapolis and will provide the Giants offense some blazing speed, as will the rookie Hyatt, who caught five touchdowns in a game against Alabama last fall.

Sterling Shepard and Wan'Dale Robinson, two slot receivers, are both returning from ACL injuries, but have a chance to be ready for Week 1. Shepard has been Jones' favorite target throughout the early portion of the quarterback's career.

Collin Johnson looked like the best wideout on the Giants during training camp last season, but also tore his ACL. He has dominated OTAs so far this spring. The Giants wide receiver room also has veteran Jamison Crowder, elite special teamer Jeff Smith, blazing return man Kalil Pimpleton, and undrafted rookie Bryce Ford-Wheaton, who will have a real chance to make Big Blue's roster.