The NY Giants offensive playmakers have been working hard in Arizona, which has obviously been great to see for head coach Brian Daboll, general manager Joe Schoen and more. After a stunning 2022 season, the G-Men will be ready to try and get back to the postseason in '23.
Luckily, for everyone who is waiting patiently for Week 1 to arrive, things will start moving forward soon with OTAs and rookie minicamp also on the way as well. So, when are those dates? We've got you covered below:
• NY Giants offseason program begins on April 17
• NY Giants rookie minicamp is set to take place on May 5-6
• NY Giants OTAs on May 22, May 23, May 25, May 30, May 31, June 2, June 5, June 6, June 8 and June 9
• NY Giants mandatory minicamp: June 13-15
Will Saquon Barkley report for the NY Giants offseason program?
One of the big questions leading up to the offseason program is whether or not Saquon Barkley will show up. Recently, Daboll said he was unsure if that would happen or not, as the G-Men placed the non-exclusive franchise tag on him right before the deadline. With that move, the Giants were able to ink Daniel Jones to his four-year deal worth $160 million.
Barkley is set to make $10.1 million next campaign, a lot less than what he was hoping for. With Barkley's multi-year offer being taken off the table as well by Schoen, he's surely not too happy about how things have played out.
With Barkley training with teammates in Arizona, though, it gives people some hope that he will be in East Rutherford sooner than later and he won't be a training camp holdout either.