NY Giants offseason moves have been sensational for QB Daniel Jones

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The 2023 roster for the NY Giants is starting to take shape. It goes without saying, but general manager Joe Schoen has made some major improvements, adding even more talent throughout the NFL Draft.

Often during Daniel Jones’ tenure in East Rutherford, the weapons around him have been lackluster and the talent and coaching has not been up to the standard we expect for this organization. The Giants started the offseason by committing to Jones with a four-year, $160 million deal. Since then, Schoen has gone above and beyond in bringing in weapons for Danny Dimes.

The Giants loading up the offense has to make Daniel Jones quite happy

Schoen indeed has been busy, trading a third-round pick for star tight end Darren Waller, signing speedy wide receiver Paris Campbell, plus getting things done with Darius Slayton and Isaiah Hodgins.

Schoen brought back veteran captain Sterling Shepard too. The Giants also hope that Wan’Dale Robinson comes back healthy following his torn ACL. Don't forget that while there's some contract drama, Saquon Barkley - barring something crazy - will take the field next to Jones this fall and winter.

Then in the NFL Draft, things got even better for Jones and Co. NY brought in some key protection and a dynamic playmaker on Day 2 of the event. The Giants were able to draft a true center for the offensive line in John Michael Schmitz in the second round, while adding speedy wide receiver Jalin Hyatt in the third round.

Jones has already met with them both and he seemed thrilled with the picks. On Day 3, the Giants drafted another running back in Eric Gray. Schoen and Brian Daboll went all in on Jones and they have continued their efforts in improving the playmakers around him. This offseason for the G-Men has been nothing short of brilliant.

New York still might not have the best wide receivers room in football, but they have depth and they have talent. Jones has to love all the speed they have added too. He will be a big fan of his new, big tight end and of course the additions to the offensive line. Most importantly, it’s the same offense again for Jones. The second year of Jones under Daboll and offensive coordinator Mike Kafka should be extremely exciting.

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