2. WR David Sills
He may have connections to Daniel Jones, but with the amount of depth the NY Giants' receiving core now has, there may not be enough room for David Sills. It's unfortunate because Sills did have some solid moments with the Giants last season. However, it's hard to keep giving him snaps over players that are clearly more talented than him.
Realistically, he isn't going to get snaps over any of the following receivers; Isaiah Hodgins, Darius Slayton, Parris Campbell, Wan'Dale Robinson, Sterling Shepard, Jaylin Hyatt, or Collin Johnson. That's not even including a more proven veteran like Jamison Crowder, or a much more exciting project player like Bryce Ford-Wheaton.
If cut, Sills will likely return to the practice squad due to his aforementioned connections. This is a more realistic role for Sills. Honestly, the fact that Sills started in five games last season is more of a display of how rough the Giants receiving core was as opposed to his talents.