Breaking Down the New York Giants' Roster After the 2014 Draft

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Breaking Down the New York Giants' Roster After the 2014 Draft
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After what seemed like an endless wait, the 2014 NFL draft is over.

The results of the selections combined with the free-agent acquisitions and losses made by the New York Giants are finally starting to provide clues as to what teams can likely anticipate come training camp.

A quick scan of the Giants roster, which when the undrafted free-agent signings are announced should be at 90, the training camp limit, shows that less than half—42 players to be precise—were on the roster last year at some point.

That’s a significant yet not unexpected turnover given the Giants’ 7-9 record from a year ago.

There’s still a lot more work for the team to get done, and I fully believe the training camp roster will continue to be tweaked right into the preseason.

Based on the information that’s available today, which doesn't take into consideration any new injuries that you just know are going to pop up, here’s a look at how I am projecting the Giants’ 2014 opening-day roster to look like.

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