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  • Giants' Bryce Ford-Wheaton: Dealing with AC sprain

    Ford-Wheaton (shoulder) suffered an AC sprain during Tuesday's minicamp practice, Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports.

    Ford-Wheaton missed the entire 2023 season while rehabbing from a torn ACL, and while it appears he's completed rehab on his knee, the second-year pro is now dealing with a new injury. Coach Brian Daboll said Tuesday that he hopes every player on the Giants' roster will be ready for training camp, though, so Ford-Wheaton should be on track to return by late July.

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  • Giants' Chase Cota: Suffers broken collarbone

    Cota sustained a broken collarbone during Tuesday's minicamp practice, Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports.

    Coach Brian Daboll said Tuesday that he hopes every player on the Giants' roster will be ready for training camp, so it sounds like Cota's recovery may not be lengthy. As a rookie last season, Cota spent time on the Chiefs' and Texans' practice squads.

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  • Giants' Darius Slayton: On track for training camp

    Coach Brian Daboll said Wednesday he expects Slayton (undisclosed) to be ready for the start of training camp late July, Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports.

    Slayton suffered an undisclosed injury at Tuesday's minicamp practice, but it doesn't appear the Giants are overly concerned about his health. Slayton is positioned for a starting gig in New York's wide receiver corps, alongside rookie first-round addition Malik Nabers, plus incumbent Wan'Dale Robinson, who should be more effective now that he's another year removed from his ACL tear.

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  • Giants' Tre Herndon: Inks deal with Giants

    Herndon agreed to a contract with the Giants on Wednesday, Jordan Raanan of reports.

    The 28-year-old cornerback spent the first six seasons of his career in Jacksonville, but he's now found a new home in New York. Last season, Herndon started in four of his 16 appearances, recording 46 total tackles and nine passes defensed. He's expected to add depth to a Giants secondary that ranked 19th in the NFL in passing yards allowed per game (229.3) in 2023.

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  • Giants' Wan'Dale Robinson: Feels faster than ever

    Robinson said Wednesday he's measured new career-high GPS speeds in practice and feels a "night-and-day" difference physically compared to last offseason, when he was rehabbing a serious knee injury, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports.

    Robinson had his 2022 rookie season cut short due to an ACL tear, and while he returned to play 15 regular-season games in 2023 en route to a 60-525-1 receiving line, it's reasonable to believe that his knee was still less than 100 percent. A truly healthy offseason should pave the road to Robinson taking a step forward Year 3, especially with the addition of rookie first-rounder Malik Nabers to attract more attention from opposing defenses. Still, questions remain about the passing game's overall effectiveness, especially with starting quarterback Daniel Jones (knee) now recovering from an ACL tear of his own. Darius Slayton (undisclosed) is also expected to start in three-wideout sets, with Jalin Hyatt, Allen Robinson Isaiah Hodgins and Isaiah McKenzie competing for depth reps.

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  • Giants' Daniel Bellinger: Dealing with minor injury

    Giants head coach Brian Daboll said Wednesday that Bellinger has been limited during spring practices due to an undisclosed injury, Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports.

    Bellinger's outlook for 2024 improved earlier this week after incumbent starter Darren Waller announced his retirement Monday, leaving Bellinger as the tentative No. 1 option on the depth chart at tight end. The Giants also have rookie fourth-round pick Theo Johnson as a potential receiving threat at the position, but Bellinger should handle most of the first-team reps at the start of training camp. Daboll downplayed the injury Wednesday, so he seemingly expects Bellinger to be ready to go for camp.

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  • Giants' Darius Slayton: Leaves practice with injury

    Slayton (undisclosed) departed Tuesday's practice at mandatory minicamp early due to an apparent injury, Ralph Vacchiano of Fox Sports reports.

    Slayton appeared to sustain an injury after colliding with a teammate, but he was able to walk off the field under his own power. The 27-year-old remains in position to handle a starting role for the Giants, though rookie phenom Malik Nabers is likely the clear No. 1, so the Giants' offense can ill afford to have Slayton miss any time. With tight end Darren Waller having now officially retired, New York is lacking for depth behind Nabers, Slayton and third-year pro Wan'Dale Robinson. If Slayton is sidelined, more reps will open up for Jalin Hyatt, Allen Robinson and Isaiah McKenzie.

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  • Giants' Evan Neal: Still dealing with injury

    Neal (ankle) is not participating in minicamp this week, Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports.

    Neal underwent surgery to repair a fractured ankle in early January and participated in individual drills during OTAs. However, head coach Brian Daboll has said the team is now backing off the 2022 first-round selection. It's unclear if Neal has suffered an actual setback in his recovery or if his participation in OTAs proved he wasn't quite healthy enough to compete yet. His status for the start of training camp is still to be determined.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Rushing Passing Overall
Off. 110.2
Def. 132.4


Player Injury
D. Jones QB Daniel Jones QB Knee - ACL
D. Slayton WR Darius Slayton WR Undisclosed
D. Bellinger TE Daniel Bellinger TE Undisclosed
B. Ford-Wheaton WR Bryce Ford-Wheaton WR Shoulder
C. Cota WR Chase Cota WR Collarbone

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