And we're back.
Though it's been four months without football, a serpentine 2012 and a forgettable second-place finish in the NFC East make it feel like the New York Giants have been held out of action for considerably longer. With OTAs in the books and preseason ball on the horizon, Big Blue is right back at it.
Admittedly, this Giants team will look a bit different from last year's. Pro football features some of the most vicious turnover in all of sports, and after an offseason without any real cap room, New York's depth chart is a bit shaken up heading into the summer.
Check out a premature look at the G-Men's depth chart for 2013.