Updated NY Giants, roster, depth chart ahead of 2023 NFL Draft
Wide receivers and Tight ends:
Isaiah Hodgins, Sterling Shepard, David Sills, Kalil Pimpleton
Darius Slayton, Wan'Dale Robinson, Collin Johnson, Jaydon Mickens
Parris Campbell, Jamison Crowder, Jeff Smith and Makai Polk
While the main core is relatively the same, the depth of the NY Giants receiving core is much different than it was last season. The only big addition that will likely make an impact on the team's offense is former Colts receiver Parris Campbell, who joined the Giants after his best season in the NFL.
As for the rest of the newcomers, players like Kalil Pimpleton and Jeff Smith will likely play most of their snaps on special teams, but very well could see offensive snaps in the case of injuries. Another interesting addition is Jamison Crowder, who appeared in just four games last season. We're unsure if he'll make it on the final roster, but if he does he could be a very solid depth piece for the offense.
Darren Waller, Daniel Bellinger, Lawrence Cager, Tommy Sweeney
Out of all the moves made by Schoen this offseason, none may be bigger than his trade forDarren Waller. Not only did he just give up a third-round pick, but Waller will likely be a massive game-changer for the Giants' offense if he remains healthy.
As for the rest of the tight end unit, Daniel Bellinger is entering his second season in the league after a rather impressive rookie campaign where he brought a level of consistency at the tight end position that New York had not seen in quite some time. The addition of Waller will likely open the field up even more for Bellinger and make things even easier for him.
Lawrence Cager didn't see the field much in 2022, but in the final game of the season, he exploded for eight catches and 69 yards. It will be interesting to see how often he plays because it seems like he could be a positive contributor. Tommy Sweeney is a former Buffalo TE that played for Brian Daboll who likely won't see the field much.