Mark Herzlich signs autographs for Giants fans after practice at the University of Albany.
Giants training camp is off and running, and everything from the starting right tackle to Eli Manning's timing with Victor Cruz will become clearer in the coming weeks. Big Blue's practice sessions take place at the University of Albany, where swarms of fans seek autographs and glimpses into what the team will look like this fall.
Check out a slideshow of the most notable Giants at camp.
Rookie quarterback Ryan Nassib gives a handoff.
Nassib, projected by many to be the top QB taken in April's draft, fell to New York in the fourth round. While he's slated to be third on the depth chart behind Manning and David Carr, Nassib will likely make the final roster. He would all but certainly be poached off the practice squad.
Defensive backs Terrell Thomas and Aaron Ross deliberate during practice.
A cool photo for Giants fans, as both corners are former standouts attempting to revive careers in second stints with Big Blue. Ross was a starting corner until 2012, when he spent a forgettable year in Jacksonville before being re-signed this offseason. Thomas is attempting to return to the game after missing consecutive seasons with ACL tears.
Henry Hynoski watches on at training camp.
His status for Week 1 remains uncertain after he underwent left knee surgery to repair his MCL and a chip fracture to his lateral plateau. His hard-nosed style of play improved the Giants' backfield last season.
Second-year back David Wilson cuts away from a defender.
Wilson, a speedster who averaged five yards a carry last season, figures to replace Ahmad Bradshaw as the team's feature halfback. While he'll be splitting carries with Andre Brown, Wilson's explosiveness off the line has big-play potential.
Eli Manning signs a hat for a hopeful Giants fan after practice.
Eli churned out another respectable year in 2012 but went a calendar month without a touchdown and was plagued by inconsistency in the deep game. Manning will need to be sharp this fall after losing last season's starting running back and tight end.
Wideout Brandon Collins reaches for a catch.
Collins was suspended in June for violating the league's substance abuse policy. He was already unlikely to make the final roster, but a four-game prohibition makes things all the tougher. Safety Will Hill was recently suspended for the same violation.
Running back Andre Brown bruises past newly acquired DT Cullen Jenkins.
Brown broke out with eight touchdowns and an average of five-plus yards per carry last fall before enduring a season-ending injury against the Packers in November. He'll be relied upon to change pace with Wilson this season.
The presumed starting safeties chat on the sidelines.
Both Antrel Rolle and Stevie Brown will need to perform at the top of their game this season, with New York's corners looking suspect, to say the least. Brown tied for second in the NFL with eight picks in 2012.
Tight end Jamie Childers and running back Da'Rel Scott take off during a drill.
Childers is an undrafted free agent from Coastal Carolina, while Scott is a special teams specialist who's yet to make much of an impact in New York. Childers is a long shot for the final roster, but the Giants always seem to take one tight end for their practice squad.
New York's four redshirts (quarterbacks Eli Manning, David Carr, Ryan Nassib and Curtis Painter) sprint with the defense.
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