Giants lose a guard, gain a running back
Pro football is finally back in New Jersey! The Giants have reported to training camp and will hold their first practice today.
The Giants are preparing to play the Buffalo Bills in the Hall Of Fame Game in Canton Ohio on Sunday, August 3rd. Among the festivities that weekend will be Michael Strahan’s induction into the Hall.
It was good news and bad news for the Giants on their first day back. Running back David Wilson, a first round draft choice last year who developed a spinal problem, has been declared ready to play. He joins newly signed Rashard Jennings in the backfield,
Meanwhile, All Pro Guard Chris Snee, who was drafted the same year as Eli Manning and helped Big Blue win two Super Bowls, announced his retirement. He was unable to come back from an elbow injury.
Snee’s spot on the roster will be fought for by Brandon Mosely, second year guard Eric Herman, free agent John Jerry who started 16 games for the Dolphins, and rookie Weston Richburg who was drafted number 2 out of Colorado, among others.
The Giants have made several moves this off season, practically overhauling their roster. They will remake their offense with new coordinator Ben McAdoo.
Where do you think they will finish?