My last slideshow highlighted the three different types of practice sessions for which the coaches, trainers and players of the New York Giants will gather this summer: organized team activities (OTAs), mandatory minicamp and training camp.
This slideshow will rank the Giants' priorities over that stretch of summer practices. As I mentioned in my last slideshow, the team has reached the point at which the offseason responsibilities transfer from general manager to head coach. Through free agency and the draft, Giants GM Jerry Reese has assembled 90 football players; it is now on Tom Coughlin to make them a team.
Coughlin must have his priorities straight this offseason if he expects to taste playoff success in 2014. The Giants have failed to qualify for the postseason four times in the past five years. If that trend is to change this season, it will stem from a focused offseason approach.
In this slideshow, I have prioritized five items sure to be on Coughlin's offseason to-do list.
All statistical information courtesy of Pro-Football-Reference.