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Sept 11 at Tennessee21-20
Sept 18     Carolina19-16
Sept 26     DallasL  23-16
Oct 2     Chicago20-12
Oct 9 at Green Bay (London)27-22
Oct 16    Baltimore Ravens 24-20
Oct 23 at Jacksonville23-17
Oct 30 at SeattleL  27-13
Nov 13    Houston24-16
Nov 20    DetroitL  31-18
Nov 24 at DallasL  28-20
Dec 4     WashingtonT  20-20
Dec 11     PhiladelphiaL  48-22
Dec 18at Washington20-12
Dec 24 at MinnesotaL  27-24
Jan 1     Indianapolis38-10
Jan 8 at PhiladelphiaL  22-16
2022 NY Giants Playoffs
Jan 15 at Minnesota31-24
Jan 21 at PhiladelphiaL  38-7

2022 Final Standings
Dallas12508-14-4 467 342
NY9715-3-14-4 365 371

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The New York Giants 2023 opponents - *2022 playoff teams.
Home:     *Dallas Cowboys, *Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins,
Los Angeles Rams, *Seattle Seahawks, New England Patriots, New York Jets, Green Bay Packers

    *Dallas Cowboys, *Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins,
Arizona Cardinals, *San Francisco 49ers, *Buffalo Bills, *Miami Dolphins, Las Vegas Raiders, New Orleans Saints

The New York Giants 2023 Draft Order
Round 1 (No. 25)  |  Round 2 (No. 57)  |  Round 3 (No. 89)  |  Round 4 (No. 128)
Round 5 (No. 160) (No. 172)  |  Round 6 (No. 209)  |  Round 7 (No. 243) (No. 254)

Mar 30 MetLife Stadium is installing a new FieldTurf CORE system. FieldTurf is the trusted choice of the Falcons, Lions, Panthers, Patriots, and Seahawks both play and practice on FieldTurf while the Buccaneers, Eagles, Packers, Steelers, practice on FieldTurf.

Mar 29 The NFL owners spent much of Tuesday afternoon discussing something that makes John Mara plenty steamed. The Giants' co-owner already hated the fact that NFL games can be flexed from Sunday afternoon to Sunday night, but he learned to tolerate it.
He also despised the idea that will allow games to be moved from Sunday afternoon to Monday Night Football in 2023, but he knew he was going to have to deal with it. In Mara's mind, however, the league's owners would be going a step too far by allowing games to be flexed from Sunday afternoon to Thursday night.

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Thursday Night Football: NFL approves allowing teams to play two games on short weeks. The league is hoping to avoid meaningless prime time games.

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NFL owners approve of jersey number 0, but roughing the passer will not be reviewable. Here's a breakdown of some of the rules that were approved or not during the league meetings.

Mar 28 The Giants want running back Saquon Barkley as a Giant for life. But they appear to have their limits as to how far they're willing to go to make that happen. Barkley turned down an offer made at the bye week that would have averaged $12.5 million per season. Barkley received the non-exclusive franchise tag that will pay him a guaranteed $10 million.

Mar 25 How the Giants built around QB Daniel Jones in free agency. The Giants' top receivers now consist of Parris Campbell, Darius Slayton, last season's late addition Isaiah Hodgins, 2022 second-round pick Wan'Dale Robinson, Waller and tight end Daniel Bellinger. It's a group with significant speed and explosiveness.
They also took fliers on the speedy Jeff Smith from the New York Jets and Jamison Crowder, who spent one injury-filled season with the Buffalo Bills, and re-signed Sterling Shepard to a minimum deal while he rehabs a torn ACL. But the Giants still haven't found a true No. 1 receiver.

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Do the Eagles still rule the NFC East? They have lost seven starters out of their lineup already this offseason, plus their coordinators on both sides of the ball.

Mar 24 The Giants were busy in 2023 NFL free agency on Thursday, adding a trio of players. The Giants reportedly signed wide receiver Jamison Crowder, cornerback Amani Oruwariye and tight end Tommy Sweeney to free-agent contracts. All three signings are likely to be veteran minimum or veteran salary benefit contracts, something GM Joe Schoen and the Giants had a lot of success with a season ago. Have a look at what each player could bring to the Giants.

Mar 21 Two weeks ago, Daniel Jones signed a new four-year contract. His return was clearly an allure for Darius Slayton to do the same. The Giants have worked hard this offseason to give Jones an assortment of productive targets. They re-signed Isaiah Hodgins, Sterling Shepard (who missed most of the 2022 season with a torn ACL) and Slayton. Last week, they acquired free agent wideouts Parris Campbell and Jeff Smith and traded for former Pro Bowl tight end Darren Waller, who caught 107 passes in 2020, his last fully healthy season.

Mar 19 The moves made by general manager Joe Schoen this week - trading for star tight end Darren Waller, adding low-cost and low-risk wide receivers Parris Campbell and Jeff Smith, somewhat surprisingly managing to find a way to keep Darius Slayton, signing linebacker Bobby Okereke - are potentially transformative for the Giants.
First, the group of receivers head coach Brian Daboll, offensive coordinator Mike Kafka and quarterback Daniel Jones have to work with are different. It's a faster, deeper, more explosive group. At wide receiver it is also younger.

Mar 17 The Giants have been busy re-building their wide receiver room, which at the start of free agency consisted of Wan'Dale Robinson, Collin Johnson, and Isaaih Hodgins. In addition to Darius Slayton, they re-signed Sterling Shepard and have added free agents Jeff Smith and Parris Campbell.

Mar 15 Special Report - The Unrestricted Free Agency signing frenzy is in full action this week, so the Giants did something unexpected - they traded for a Pro Bowl tight end. Yep, while other teams were looking for bargains, the Giants' personnel squad led by GM Joe Schoen made a deal with the Las Vegas Raiders for tight end Darren Waller, who is already signed and whose income is only guaranteed through this coming season.
Surprisingly, the cost for Waller was "only" a third-round draft pick next month - and it will be the one the Giants acquired from Kansas City in the mid-season trade of failed first round draftee wide receiver Kadarius Toney. The Giants' plan is to utilize him along with last year's rookie standout, Daniel Bellinger (fourth round), often at the same time, to provide additional receiving insurance for the recently re-signed Daniel Jones, now the proud possessor of a four-year, $160 million contract.

NFC East News
Free agency: Day 2 - The NFC East teams were busy after a quiet first day.

Mar 14 The Giants got themselves a solid force for the middle of their defense in the form of the former Colts linebacker Bobby Okereke, who is coming off his second straight 100+ tackle season - four years, $40 million. Their first free agent signing outside of the team was an interior defensive tackle, that being Rakeem Nunez-Roches, formerly with the Bucs - 3 years, $12 million, 7.5 million guaranteed. The Giants retained a very underused yet effective part of their offense as their RB2, Matt Breida -1 year, $3.2 million plus incentives as their RB2.

NFC East News
Free agency: Day 1 - The NFC East was one of the quieter divisions in the league, as neither the Philadelphia Eagles nor the Dallas Cowboys added any outside free agents.

Mar 13 With the free-agent negotiating period set to begin Monday at noon, the Giants made sure veteran receiver Sterling Shepard would remain with the team by signing him to a one-year deal. Shepard had already had a chance to test his value on the open market because he had become a free agent three days after the Super Bowl. Given that he has only played 10 games in the past two seasons because of a torn Achilles tendon that ended his 2021 season and the torn ACL that ended his 2022 season, Shepard was not negotiating from a position of strength.

Mar 10 The Giants will get a fifth-round compensatory pick that is 172nd overall and a seventh-round compensatory pick that will be 254th overall. The Giants will also have Kansas City's third-round compensatory pick, which will be 100th overall, thanks to the Kadarius Toney trade.

Mar 8 The New York Giants and quarterback Daniel Jones have reportedly agreed to terms on a four-year deal worth $160 million that could push toward $200 million in incentives. With Jones's contract situation resolved, the team will use the franchise tag on running back Saquon Barkley, who, per reports, has seen his contract talks stall.

Mar 6 Daniel Jones Rumors: QB expected to sign 4-Year, $160M contract by NFL Insiders. Daniel Jones appears on his way to turning one solid season into generational wealth. Jeremy Fowler of ESPN reported estimates of a four-year, $160 million contract have been thrown around the league regarding Jones' contract talks. "A big number is on the table," a source told Fowler.

Mar 5 Giants offer Daniel Jones between $35 million and $39 million per year, per sources. If Jones accepts the deal, it will allow New York the ability to use the franchise tag on Barkley. If the Giants fail to reach a deal with Jones before the start of free agency, New York still has the option to place the franchise tag on him. The league's deadline for teams to use the franchise tag is March 7.

Mar 2 The New York Giants were ranked as the 8th best team after the NFL Players Association polled 1,300 players on a number of areas including the Weight Room, Strength Staff, Locker Room and Training Staff.
See all the NFL teams rankings on the NFL Player Team Report Cards site.

Mar 1 Giants to release Kenny Golladay after failed 2-year stint - How this impacts salary cap. In one of the least surprising moves this offseason, the Giants will release wide receiver Kenny Golladay, who was a complete failure in two seasons with the organization. Golladay goes down as one of the worst free agent signings in recent NFL history. During the 2021 offseason, he signed a four-year, $72 million contract with the Giants, who paid him $40.455 million for two woefully unproductive seasons - about $940,000 per catch.

Feb 27 The important NFL dates to know for the 2023 offseason. See what they are from Feburary to May. It already stared on February 21 when clubs could designate Franchise or Transition Players. February 28 - March 6 is the NFL Scouting Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Feb 25 Giants lead NFL in ACL tears since 2019. Over those four seasons, 14 players on their roster have suffered a torn ACL. That's tied for worst in the league with the Denver Broncos.

Feb 23 Special Report - The 2022 Giants will be remembered as the year they brought back credibility to the franchise. They ended their streak of five consecutive seasons with double-digit losses, with a 9-7-1 regular season record, and a victory over the Minnesota Vikings in the wild card round.
However, there is still a ton of work that needs to be done in order for the team to be considered a contender. There are many areas on the roster that need to be upgraded this off-season, the most notable being wide receiver and the interior offensive line. But there's another area that needs improvement not getting enough attention and that's the secondary.

Feb 22 Franchise tag explainer: What to know about Daniel Jones, Saquon Barkley, and tag types. Don't expect the New York Giants to rush to tag quarterback Daniel Jones or running back Saquon Barkley. Jeff Darlington of ESPN reported early Tuesday that if the Giants decide to tag either player "it won't be until closer to March 7 deadline to allow for time to negotiate with both."
The franchise tag for quarterbacks is $32.416 million, highest value for the tag at any position. The franchise tag for running backs is $10.091 million, second-lowest positional tag. From a team's perspective, the tag allows them to keep the player but forces a larger salary cap hit than the team would like. The full value of the tag is charged to the team's cap.

Feb 20 PFT has confirmed that Giants quarterback Daniel Jones has indeed switched agents, from CAA to Athletes First. So what does Jones want? There are two possibilities. One, he's willing to do a deal for less than CAA was willing to accept. Two, he wants more than CAA was able to get. As one source explained it, it's the latter. Jones wants more than the Giants have offered. Possibly as much as $45 million per year, or more.
The Giants could respond by simply applying the franchise tag to Jones. The non-exclusive level would cost them $32.416 million, and it would allow him to try to sign with another team - if that team is willing to give up a pair of first-round picks to get him. This all would have been avoided if the Giants had exercised the fifth-year option on Jones.

Feb 17 The Giants have made no secret about a desire to bring quarterback Daniel Jones back. So what kind of deal might he be looking at? Jones has done his part to show he can be the answer moving forward. It's now up to the Giants to make sure that he's compensated accordingly and that he has the support system to continue his growth as the team looks to become an annual participant in the postseason.

Feb 16 The band is back together for Year 2 - the band being the Giants coaching staff under Brian Daboll. With the Indianapolis Colts signing Shane Steichen and the Arizona Cardinals choosing Jonathan Gannon for their head coaching jobs, the Giants officially have their offensive and defensive coordinators back in the fold.

Feb 14 Revisiting the Kadarius Toney trade: Did the Giants act prematurely? It's highly unlikely that general manager Joe Schoen and head coach Brian Daboll would give up on talent just for the heck of it unless there was some underlying reason. The benefit? The Giants have two additional draft picks, which currently project as Picks 101 and 210, pending the awarding of compensatory picks.

Former Giants
Kadarius Toney touched the ball three times in Super Bowl LVII. He was on the field a total of eight snaps Sunday night against the Philadelphia Eagles. Yet Toney made his indelible mark in the Kansas City Chiefs' second Super Bowl title in a four-year span.

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