In just over one month's time, the New York Giants will open training camp in what should be a very intriguing summer for the team.
The Giants have a lot to look forward to, including new offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo coming in to install his West Coast offense.
On top of that, the team went out and signed Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and Walter Thurmond, two players who should drastically improve the New York secondary.
But they also have some key battles to watch in training camp.
Which players will fit into the rotation at running back? Will John Conner or Henry Hynoski be the team's fullback? And will anyone emerge to aid Jason Pierre-Paul in pressuring quarterbacks?
These are just some of the things to watch during training camp.
And while all of that is going on, there are plenty of players who will look at every practice and every preseason game as though it is their chance to make a push to be a member of the 2014 Giants.
All teams need depth, and all teams need a complete 53-man roster to have success in the NFL.
Here is a look at five players who could be on the bubble come late August, but have a very good chance of making the final roster.