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New York Giants

New York Giants

NFC East
MetLife Stadium
Head Coach
Pat Shurmur
Offensive Coordinator
Mike Shula
Defensive Coordinator
James Bettcher
Special Teams Coach
Thomas McGaughey
Defensive Scheme
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Team News
Paul Perkins Is Healthy

New York Giants running back Paul Perkins (pectoral), who missed all of last season, remains on the roster and said he is back to 100 percent health. He will fight for a backup role behind Saquon Barkley with Wayne Gallman and Rod Smith. Perkins, a fifth-round pick in 2016, averaged 4.1 yards per carry on 112 attempts in his rookie season and was named the starter in 2017, although that lasted only four games. "I feel really good," Perkins said. "Thats probably what makes it even more special, because I feel 100 percent. Body feels good, mind feels good." Perkins can be ignored for fantasy purposes if he makes the final roster.

3 days ago
Kyle Lauletta Had Offseason Knee Procedure

New York Giants quarterback Kyle Lauletta (knee) had a "knee cleanup" earlier this offseason. He was at practice on Monday but did very little. Lauletta should return to action soon, however. With Eli Manning, first-round pick Daniel Jones and Alex Tanney listed ahead of him on the depth chart, Lauletta is in danger of being cut out of training camp.

3 days ago
Nate Solder Has Ankle Surgery

New York Giants left tackle Nate Solder (ankle) will miss spring workouts after undergoing arthroscopic surgery to clean out his ankle after he dealt with bone spurs. The surgery isn't considered serious and Solder will be back for training camp. Solder was the highest paid left tackle in the league in 2018 and underwhelmed in his first season with the Giants after coming over from New England. The Giants need Solder to be much better this year, protecting either Eli Manning or rookie Daniel Jones.

9 days ago
Giants Sign Rod Smith

The New York Giants signed free-agent running back Rod Smith to an undisclosed deal on Wednesday. He spent most of the last four seasons with the Cowboys and will compete for a backup role behind Saquon Barkley with Wayne Gallman, Paul Perkins, Elijah Penny, Robert Martin and Jon Hilliman. Smith was mostly a backup to Ezekiel Elliott in Dallas and is unlikely to have any fantasy relevance with his new team in the same division. He has 101 career rushing attempts for 364 yards (3.6 average) and five touchdowns.

17 days ago
Corey Coleman Has Big Opportunity In 2019

New York Giants wide receiver Corey Coleman, the former first-round pick of the Browns, is the early favorite to be the team's No. 3 receiver behind Sterling Shepard and Golden Tate. Coleman has 61 catches for 789 yards and five touchdowns since he was the 15th overall pick in 2016. He still has first-round talent and is in a make-or-break season with the Giants. If Coleman can learn multiple positions and pick up this offense, he could surprise some folks in 2019. At best, he'll be a deep league sleeper entering the fall.

17 days ago