Way-too-early New York Giants 53-man roster projection

Way-too-early New York Giants 53-man roster projection


The New York Giants don’t have to set their initial 2024 53-man roster for another four months. They haven’t held OTAs, mini-camp, training camp or had any preseason games. It’s waaaaaay too early to be speculating about the 53-man roster.



Well, yes. But, we’re doing it anyway.


Here is a very early, probably way off the mark, look at how the roster could turn out. It is designed, really, just to highlight where there is depth, where the roster could still use help and where they will likely be competition.


It is really just a way of framing a discussion for what the 2024 Giants might look like.


Have fun killing me for the choices you disagree with, anyway.



Quarterback (3)


Daniel Jones, Drew Lock, Tommy DeVito, Nathan Rourke

Out: Rourke


Without Rourke having participated in a single Giants’ practice, I can’t push him in front of DeVito. I wonder, though, if Rourke might emerge as QB3. DeVito-mania aside, I have just never gotten the impression that the Giants truly believe in DeVito as an NFL quarterback.


Running back (4)


Devin Singletary, Tyrone Tracy Jr., Eric Gray, Gary Brightwell

Out: Jashaun Corbin, Dante Miller, Deon Jackson


Singletary is making the roster. Tracy is making the roster. Beyond that? I have Gray, a 2023 fifth-round pick, and Brightwell making it here — Gray as part of the running back committee and Brightwell mostly because he has always been a core special teamer.


Miller, the speedy rookie with the interesting path to the NFL, could force his way into the mix. So could Jackson, a 25-year-old with 95 rushing attempts over three NFL seasons.


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