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RB Michael Cox
These players are in danger of being cut during the first wave:
TE Kellen Davis
The Giants didn't draft a tight end, and the only one they signed in free agency (other than undrafted rookie Xavier Grimble) was Kellen Davis, a former Chicago Bear and Seattle Seahawk. So far, Daniel Fells has been the more impressive veteran in camp, although he did sustain a knee sprain on Sunday night, per Rotoworld.
With little to offer outside of his blocking ability, Davis might be taking a walk even before Adrien Robinson, the only tight end listed after Davis on the depth chart.
WR Trindon Holliday
Trindon Holliday's hamstring injury must have him worried. In his absence, receivers like Marcus Harris (four catches, 49 yards) and Corey Washington (one catch, 73 yards, touchdown) starred versus the Bills on Sunday night. Already dangerously undersized (5'5", 166 lbs), Holliday, despite his expertise as a return threat, won't win a roster spot watching from the sideline, especially if the younger receivers continue to shine.
Holliday and Mario Manningham, both 28, are the oldest receivers on New York's roster.
RB Michael Cox
Michael Cox was the last running back inserted into the Hall of Fame Game. Mostly, he was running for his life behind the line of scrimmage (nine carries, three yards). New York's run-blocking was not great to begin with, and it only got worse as the game wore on.
Even with the team's running back picture unclear due to David Wilson's reinjured neck, Cox will have trouble proving worthy of a roster spot from his last-place position on the backfield depth chart.