New York Giants Roster 2020 New York Giants Roster

6-10, 2nd NFC East

vs DAL

6:00 pm GMT , 1/3

The New York Giants had a priority to sure up the defense as the offense has been the focus over the last few offseasons. Despite losing a few names they did add Blake Martinez and James Bradberry which are upgrades from last season. During the draft they added one of the top tackles, Andrew Thomas. They also got Xavier McKinney, which was a nice value for there they drafted him. This roster is full of offensive names, as Saquon Barkley, Sterling Shepard, and Evan Engram will need to keep healthy to be of use to Daniel Jones.

Pos Name Number Rating Ranking Height Weight Age Birthday Exp. Drafted Draft Round Draft Pick College
QB Daniel Jones
Daniel Jones D. Jones
8
72
#26 QB 6'5" 221 23 5/27/97 2 2019 1 6 Duke
QB Clayton Thorson
Clayton Thorson C. Thorson
13
70
#39 QB 6'4" 225 25 6/15/95 1 2019 5 167 Northwestern
QB Mike Glennon
Mike Glennon M. Glennon
3
67
#40 QB 6'7" 225 31 12/12/89 8 2013 3 73 North Carolina St
QB Joe Webb
Joe Webb J. Webb
19
67
#40 QB 6'4" 220 34 11/14/86 10 2010 6 199 UAB
RB Saquon Barkley
Saquon Barkley S. Barkley
26
91
#6 RB 6'0" 233 24 2/7/97 3 2018 1 2 Penn State
RB Devontae Booker
Devontae Booker D. Booker
28
73
#56 RB 5'11" 219 28 5/27/92 5 2016 4 136 Utah
RB Dion Lewis
Dion Lewis D. Lewis
33
72
#59 RB 5'7" 193 30 9/27/90 9 2011 5 149 Pittsburgh
RB Wayne Gallman
Wayne Gallman W. Gallman
22
71
#65 RB 6'0" 215 26 10/1/94 4 2017 4 140 Clemson
RB Alfred Morris
Alfred Morris A. Morris
41
71
#65 RB 5'10" 219 32 12/12/88 8 2012 6 173 Florida Atlantic
RB Jordan Chunn
Jordan Chunn J. Chunn
38
69
#99 RB 5'11" 234 26 1/2/95 1 2018 Troy
RB Elijhaa Penny
Elijhaa Penny E. Penny
39
68
#96 RB 6'1" 233 27 8/17/93 4 2016 Idaho
RB Cullen Gillaspia
Cullen Gillaspia C. Gillaspia
36
67
#86 RB 6'2" 235 25 5/12/95 2 2019 7 220 Texas A&M
RB Taquan Mizzell
Taquan Mizzell T. Mizzell
25
67
#116 RB 5'10" 191 27 10/21/93 3 2017 Virginia
WR Kenny Golladay
Kenny Golladay K. Golladay
19
83
#33 WR 6'4" 218 27 11/3/93 4 2017 3 96 Northern Illinois
WR Sterling Shepard
Sterling Shepard S. Shepard
87
81
#39 WR 5'10" 194 27 2/10/94 5 2016 2 40 Oklahoma
WR Darius Slayton
Darius Slayton D. Slayton
86
80
#45 WR 6'1" 190 24 1/12/97 2 2019 5 171 Auburn
WR Alex Bachman
Alex Bachman A. Bachman
80
76
#77 WR 6'0" 190 24 5/29/96 1 2019 Wake Forest
WR John Ross
John Ross J. Ross
12
72
#79 WR 5'11" 188 26 11/27/94 4 2017 1 9 Washington
WR Dante Pettis
Dante Pettis D. Pettis
13
70
#120 WR 6'0" 186 25 10/23/95 3 2018 2 44 Washington
WR CJ Board
CJ Board C. Board
18
68
#141 WR 6'2" 174 27 12/12/93 2 2017 Tennessee-Chattanooga
WR David Sills V
David Sills V D. S. V
84
67
#142 WR 6'3" 211 24 5/29/96 1 2019 West Virginia
WR Derrick Dillon
Derrick Dillon D. Dillon
6
67
5'11" 179 25 10/28/95 0 2020 LSU
WR Austin Mack
Austin Mack A. Mack
81
67
#149 WR 6'1" 212 23 8/31/97 0 2020 Ohio State
TE Kyle Rudolph
Kyle Rudolph K. Rudolph
82
84
#5 TE 6'6" 258 31 11/9/89 10 2011 2 43 Notre Dame
TE Evan Engram
Evan Engram E. Engram
88
83
#10 TE 6'3" 236 26 9/2/94 4 2017 1 23 Mississippi
TE Kaden Smith
Kaden Smith K. Smith
82
69
#58 TE 6'5" 255 23 4/24/97 0 2019 6 176 Stanford
TE Rysen John
Rysen John R. John
47
67
#124 TE 6'7" 237 0 2020 Simon Fraser
TE Levine Toilolo
Levine Toilolo L. Toilolo
85
67
#70 TE 6'8" 260 29 7/31/91 8 2013 4 133 Stanford
TE Nate Wieting
Nate Wieting N. Wieting
87
67
#124 TE 6'4" 250 24 2/20/97 0 2020 Iowa
TE Cole Hikutini
Cole Hikutini C. Hikutini
48
67
#124 TE 6'4" 247 26 6/11/94 2 2017 Louisville
TE Nakia Griffin-Stewart
Nakia Griffin-Stewart N. Griffin-Stewart
47
67
#124 TE 6'5" 260 24 11/12/96 0 2020 Pittsburgh
C Jonotthan Harrison
Jonotthan Harrison J. Harrison
64
67
#30 C 6'3" 304 29 8/25/91 7 2014 Florida
OG Will Hernandez
Will Hernandez W. Hernandez
71
76
#27 OG 6'2" 327 25 9/2/95 3 2018 2 34 UTEP
OG Nick Gates
Nick Gates N. Gates
65
70
#44 OG 6'5" 307 25 11/27/95 3 2018 Nebraska
OG Zach Fulton
Zach Fulton Z. Fulton
73
67
#55 OG 6'5" 316 29 9/23/91 7 2014 6 193 Tennessee
OG Spencer Pulley
Spencer Pulley S. Pulley
77
67
#55 OG 6'4" 299 28 4/4/93 5 2016 Vanderbilt
OG Chad Slade
Chad Slade C. Slade
62
67
#68 OG 6'5" 313 28 5/4/92 3 2015 Auburn
OG Shane Lemieux
Shane Lemieux S. Lemieux
66
67
#55 OG 6'4" 310 23 5/12/97 0 2020 5 150 Oregon
OG Kyle Murphy
Kyle Murphy K. Murphy
60
67
#55 OG 6'3" 316 22 5/18/98 0 2020 Rhode Island
OT Nate Solder
Nate Solder N. Solder
76
70
#61 OT 6'8" 319 33 4/12/88 10 2011 1 17 Colorado
OT Matt Peart
Matt Peart M. Peart
74
67
#57 OT 6'6" 310 23 6/11/97 0 2020 3 99 Connecticut
OT Cameron Fleming
Cameron Fleming C. Fleming
75
67
#57 OT 6'5" 323 28 9/3/92 7 2014 4 140 Stanford
OT Jackson Barton
Jackson Barton J. Barton
72
67
#57 OT 6'7" 310 25 8/8/95 0 2019 7 240 Utah
OT Andrew Thomas
Andrew Thomas A. Thomas
78
67
#57 OT 6'5" 315 22 1/22/99 0 2020 1 4 Georgia
OT Kenny Wiggins
Kenny Wiggins K. Wiggins
79
67
#63 OT 6'6" 314 32 8/8/88 7 2011 Fresno State
NT Danny Shelton
Danny Shelton D. Shelton
75
81
#2 NT 6'2" 339 27 8/20/93 6 2015 1 12 Washington
DT Leonard Williams
Leonard Williams L. Williams
99
85
#9 DT 6'5" 302 26 6/20/94 6 2015 1 6 USC
DT Dexter Lawrence
Dexter Lawrence D. Lawrence
97
83
#13 DT 6'4" 342 23 11/12/97 2 2019 1 17 Clemson
DT B.J. Hill
B.J. Hill B. Hill
95
74
#33 DT 6'3" 311 26 4/20/95 3 2018 3 69 North Carolina St
DT David Moa
David Moa D. Moa
99
67
6'3" 309 24 6/14/96 0 2020 Boise State
DT RJ McIntosh
RJ McIntosh R. McIntosh
90
67
#71 DT 6'4" 286 24 6/2/96 3 2018 5 139 Miami
DT Austin Johnson
Austin Johnson A. Johnson
98
67
#71 DT 6'4" 314 26 5/8/94 5 2016 2 43 Penn State
DE Jabaal Sheard
Jabaal Sheard J. Sheard
91
75
#45 DE 6'3" 255 31 5/10/89 10 2011 2 37 Pittsburgh
DE Breeland Speaks
Breeland Speaks B. Speaks
91
74
#74 DE 6'3" 283 25 12/18/95 3 2018 2 46 Mississippi
DE Ifeadi Odenigbo
Ifeadi Odenigbo I. Odenigbo
94
70
#77 DE 6'3" 257 27 4/8/94 3 2017 7 220 Northwestern
DE Niko Lalos
Niko Lalos N. Lalos
57
67
#95 DE 6'5" 269 23 6/25/97 0 2020 Dartmouth
LB Blake Martinez
Blake Martinez B. Martinez
54
78
#36 LB 6'2" 237 27 1/9/94 5 2016 4 131 Stanford
LB Lorenzo Carter
Lorenzo Carter L. Carter
59
73
#52 LB 6'5" 250 25 12/10/95 3 2018 3 66 Georgia
LB Ryan Anderson
Ryan Anderson R. Anderson
46
72
#101 LB 6'2" 258 26 8/12/94 4 2017 2 49 Alabama
LB Oshane Ximines
Oshane Ximines O. Ximines
53
71
#126 LB 6'3" 253 24 12/7/96 2 2019 3 95 Old Dominion
LB Carter Coughlin
Carter Coughlin C. Coughlin
49
68
#129 LB 6'3" 236 23 7/21/97 0 2020 7 218 Minnesota
LB Trent Harris
Trent Harris T. Harris
93
67
#130 LB 6'2" 248 25 9/17/95 2 2020 Miami
LB Cale Garrett
Cale Garrett C. Garrett
41
67
#167 LB 6'2" 234 0 2020 Missouri
LB Tae Crowder
Tae Crowder T. Crowder
48
67
#144 LB 6'2" 241 24 3/12/97 0 2020 7 255 Georgia
LB Devante Downs
Devante Downs D. Downs
52
67
#144 LB 6'3" 243 25 10/18/95 3 2018 7 225 California
LB Reggie Ragland
Reggie Ragland R. Ragland
55
67
#144 LB 6'1" 247 27 9/24/93 5 2016 2 41 Alabama
LB Cam Brown
Cam Brown C. Brown
47
67
#144 LB 6'5" 233 23 4/1/98 0 2020 6 183 Penn State
LB T.J. Brunson
T.J. Brunson T. Brunson
35
67
#144 LB 6'0" 231 23 12/3/97 0 2020 7 238 South Carolina
CB James Bradberry
James Bradberry J. Bradberry
24
87
#13 CB 6'1" 211 27 8/4/93 5 2016 2 62 Samford
CB Adoree` Jackson
Adoree` Jackson A. Jackson
22
81
#36 CB 5'10" 186 25 9/18/95 4 2017 1 18 USC
CB Logan Ryan
Logan Ryan L. Ryan
23
81
#36 CB 5'11" 191 30 2/9/91 8 2013 3 83 Rutgers
CB Julian Love
Julian Love J. Love
20
77
#61 CB 5'11" 195 23 3/19/98 2 2019 4 108 Notre Dame
CB Isaac Yiadom
Isaac Yiadom I. Yiadom
27
75
#75 CB 6'1" 190 25 2/20/96 3 2018 3 99 Boston College
CB Darnay Holmes
Darnay Holmes D. Holmes
30
71
#106 CB 5'10" 195 22 6/23/98 0 2020 4 110 UCLA
CB Quincy Wilson
Quincy Wilson Q. Wilson
44
69
#96 CB 6'1" 211 25 8/16/95 4 2017 2 46 Florida
CB Sam Beal
Sam Beal S. Beal
23
68
#155 CB 6'1" 185 24 8/30/96 3 2018 3 Western Michigan
CB Montre Hartage
Montre Hartage M. Hartage
18
67
#184 CB 5'11" 190 23 6/16/97 1 2019 Northwestern
CB Chris Milton
Chris Milton C. Milton
31
67
#124 CB 5'11" 192 28 9/15/92 4 2016 Georgia Tech
CB Jarren Williams
Jarren Williams J. Williams
38
67
5'10" 187 23 7/18/97 0 2020 Albany (NY)
CB Joshua Kalu
Joshua Kalu J. Kalu
39
67
#134 CB 6'0" 203 25 8/28/95 2 2018 Nebraska
CB Madre Harper
Madre Harper M. Harper
45
67
#134 CB 6'2" 189 23 10/13/97 0 2020 Southern Illinois
SS Jabrill Peppers
Jabrill Peppers J. Peppers
21
83
#3 SS 5'11" 213 25 10/4/95 4 2017 1 25 Michigan
SS Adrian Colbert
Adrian Colbert A. Colbert
34
71
#30 SS 6'0" 205 27 10/6/93 4 2017 7 229 Miami
SS Nate Ebner
Nate Ebner N. Ebner
43
67
#43 SS 6'0" 205 32 12/14/88 9 2012 6 197 Ohio State
FS Xavier McKinney
Xavier McKinney X. McKinney
29
71
#40 FS 6'0" 201 22 8/8/98 0 2020 2 36 Alabama
LS Carson Tinker
Carson Tinker C. Tinker
46 6'0" 233 31 11/15/89 6 2013 Alabama
LS Casey Kreiter
Casey Kreiter C. Kreiter
58 6'3" 250 30 8/13/90 5 2014 Iowa
P Riley Dixon
Riley Dixon R. Dixon
9
72
#26 P 6'4" 221 27 7/31/93 5 2016 7 228 Syracuse
P Ryan Santoso
Ryan Santoso R. Santoso
30
67
#65 P 6'5" 250 25 8/26/95 1 2018 Minnesota
PK Graham Gano
Graham Gano G. Gano
5
81
#5 PK 6'1" 192 34 4/9/87 11 2009 Florida State

Top Giants Roster Questions of 2020

FAQ

The Giants didn't come close to making the playoffs in 2018 with a 4-12 record, and for the first time since 1995, no players on the team made the Pro Bowl. Former head coach Pat Shurmur was fired over the offseason and will be replaced by Joe Judge, who has minimal coaching experience. There's still plenty of talent on the Giants' roster, headlined by Saquon Barkley who's one of the best running backs in the NFL. Sophomore quarterback Daniel Jones will benefit from the team's drafting of left tackle Andrew Thomas as well as a hopefully healthy receiving corps which showcases Evan Engram, Golden Tate, Sterling Shepard, and Darius Slayton. The Giants added a few highly-billed players to their defense including rookie safety Xavier McKinney as well as free agents James Bradberry and Blake Martinez. The Giants allowed the 3rd-most points per game in the NFL last season, though, so they have a lot of work to do before they approach league-average defensive quality. Odds are not good that the Giants make the playoffs this season, but they're on their way up.

Who is the Highest Paid Giants Player?

Heading into the 2020-21 season, the Giants' highest-paid player is offensive tackle Nate Solder with a $19.5 million cap hit. He'll line up on the outside of the O-line along with rookie Andrew Thomas. Solder is entering his 10th professional season and was previously a starting tackle for the New England Patriots.

Who Owns the New York Giants?

The New York Giants are currently co-owned by John Mara and Steve Tisch, both of whom have been longtime executives for the team and are the sons of now-deceased previous Giants co-owners Wellington Mara and Bob Tisch. Wellington Mara was the son of Tim Mara who founded the Giants in 1925.

Who Is the Giants Head Coach?

The current Giants' head coach is Joe Judge, who was hired this offseason as a first-time head coach. He previously served as a special teams assistant for the Patriots under Bill Belichick as well as Alabama under Nick Saban. Judge is one of the youngest head coaches in the NFL.

How Much Cap Space do the Giants Have?

The Giants currently have about $16.6 million in available cap space, which ranks 15th in the NFL. This is made possible by having the team's starting quarterback, Daniel Jones, on a rookie contract. Despite handing out some big-money contracts to players this offseason, the Giants still have money to work with.

Who Is the Starting Quarterback for the Giants?

The Giants' starting quarterback heading into this season is Daniel Jones, who is a second-year pro. Jones was drafted in the first round last year after playing college football at Duke. He had a productive rookie season with 3,027 passing yards, 24 touchdowns, and 12 interceptions.

Who is the Youngest Player on the Giants?

The Giants' top two picks in this year's draft were Andrew Thomas, an offensive tackle out of Georgia, and Xavier McKinney, a safety out of Alabama. Both players are 21 years old, making them the youngest players on the roster. Undrafted rookie running back Javon Leake is also 21 years old.

Who is the Oldest Player on the Giants?

Colt McCoy is the oldest player on the Giants' roster heading into this season at 33 years old. He's entering his 10th NFL season and will now serve as the backup quarterback for Daniel Jones and the Giants after filling that role for the Redskins for a handful of seasons.

New York Giants’ Fans Looking for a Return to the Glory Years

To appreciate the history of the National Football League, a good place to start would be with the New York Giants. The Giants' history dates back more than 8 decades. They are one of the few professional sports franchises to be owned by the same family. The New York Giants own one of the most ardent fan bases in professional sports as well. Let's take a trip back into Giants football history and then look at a few of their most successful. Keep in mind, with sports betting legal in New York, you can drive upstate and place a bet on the Giants.

New York Giants History

Tim Mara started the Giants with a $500 investment in 1925. The team was known as the New York Football Giants to distinguish them from the professional baseball team with the same name. Dedicated fans today still refer to their team as the Football Giants. Despite two 13-win seasons, New York didn't make it to the postseason for the next five years. Beginning in 1933, New York would win six East Division titles and a pair of NFL Championships. During the 10-year span, the Giants had one losing record in 1936.

The Giants would have hot-and-cold success through the 1940s, making it to three NFL Championships during the decade, but failing to bring home the title. They kicked off the 1950s with a 10-win season but lost in a conference playoff against a Cleveland Browns team that would become New York's most bitter rival. The 1956 New York Giants dismantled the Chicago Bears 47 to 7 to win their fifth NFL title. The 8-win championship 1956 season was the third in 10-consecutive winning seasons. Starting in 1958, the Giants would play for five NFL Titles across six seasons.

The 1958 overtime NFL Championship loss to the Baltimore Colts is still referred to by pro football historians as the greatest game ever played. However, it placed a dark cloud over New York football that the team was unable to shake. Despite five opportunities in the final game of the pro football season, the New York Giants did not win another NFL Championship. In 1964, the Giants fell on hard times. The hard-luck Giants continued for 18 seasons without a playoff appearance. It was a dark period for a legendary NFL franchise.

New York Giants Best Seasons

Giants' fans experienced two winning seasons from 1964 to 1980. New Yorkers would have been hard-pressed to find a winning BetMGM New York sportsbook bet across this dismal stretch. New York would win 9-games in 1981 and 1984 to qualify for the wildcard round. If sports betting were legal, Giants fans would have posted a nice payday on the DraftKings New York odds. However, they lost both divisional-round games to end their season.

The Giants reached 10-wins in 1985 but produced the exact same playoff result. After a wildcard round elimination of the San Francisco 49ers, New York was blanked 21 to 0 by the Chicago Bears. An air of success was beginning to surround the New York locker room, heading into the 1986 season. The 1986 version of the New York Giants would have been a huge winner on the futures lines on the FanDuel New York sportsbook.

The Giants outperformed their won/loss projections in the regular season, nailing 14 victories. New York continued to overwhelm opponents, sweeping their way to the city's first Super Bowl title since the cross-town Jets won the 1969 crown. After winning their first Super Bowl in 1990, the Giants would have only six losing seasons through 2012. During this 22-year run of success, New York would play in three more Super Bowls, winning two.

Despite only winning 9 games in 2011, it may have been the Giants' most memorable. Oddsmakers didn't give New York a big chance of even making the playoffs, let alone navigating their way to another Super Bowl. However, they beat the odds and outlasted the 49ers in the NFC Championship to earn a rematch with the heavily favored New England Patriots. For the second time in five years, New York kept the Patriots from joining elite company with their fourth Super Bowl title.

The Giants beat the odds in 2011 in more ways than one. They were the first NFL team to reach the Super Bowl after being outscored during the season. New York was also only the third team not to win at least 10 games to make the Super Bowl. As magical as the 2011 season was for New York Football Giants fans, the team would fall back on hard times. While they put up respectable records, New York only qualified for the playoffs one time since that fourth Super Bowl season. As sports betting grows in the Empire State, Giants' fans are looking to the future for a change in fortunes and a return to the glory days.