New York Giants depth chart: What the depth chart looks

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New York Giants depth chart: What the depth chart looks

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 like after roster makeover With the regular-season here the New York Giants have released their official depth chart. Technically [url=http://www.giantsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-curtis-riley-jersey]Curtis Riley Jersey[/url] , it is a revised official depth chart. The team released it, made some roster changes, and had to update it.You probably need a program to know who all the players are, anyway [url=http://www.giantsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-nate-solder-jersey]Nate Solder Jersey[/url] , since there are so many new faces. Here is a look at that depth chart. Vote in the poll at the end and let us know if you think the recent roster shuffle has helped or hurt the team.OffensePositionFirst TeamSecond TeamThird TeamPositionFirst TeamSecond TeamThird TeamDefensePOSFIRSTSECONDTHIRDPOSFIRSTSECONDTHIRDSpecial TeamsPOSFIRSTSECONDTHIRDPOSFIRSTSECONDTHIRDThe changesHere are all the moves the Giants have made since setting their initial roster on Saturday.OutQB Davis WebbRB Robert MartinTE Jerell AdamsOL John JerryDL Josh BanksDB William GayWR/KR Hunter SharpOLB Romeo OkwaraInOL Spencer PulleyWR/KR Kaelin ClayDL Mario EdwardsDL John JenkinsDB Antonio HamiltonDB Kamrin MooreDB Michael JordanLB Nathan Stupar Jay Glazer of Fox Sports is reporting that the New York Giants have been receiving trade offers for superstar wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.The report isn’t surprising, as the Giants have signaled to the rest of the NFL that they are open for business and willing to listen to trade offers. The Giants trading Beckham away would, however, be surprising. The team just signed Beckham to a blockbuster 5-year contract this year [url=http://www.giantsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-sterling-shepard-jersey]Authentic Sterling Shepard Jersey[/url] , and he remains one of the very best receivers in the entire NFL. Beckham’s age and the length of his contract means that he would be under contract and in the prime of his career when the Giants make their eventual move from Eli Manning to the next quarterback. Whoever that might be would likely be landing in a much better environment to succeed with Beckham than without him. However, the language of the report, as well as Dave Gettleman’s hesitance to embrace Beckham on the team and Pat Shurmur’s public rebuff of Beckham’s public criticism should give pause. It might not be written in stone that Beckham is looked at by the Giants’ brass as a cornerstone piece of the next era of Giants’ offensive football.