2016 New York Giants: Roster

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Player No Pos Age Height Weight Exp College 2016 Salary
33 S 22 5'11" 202 R Connecticut $117,300
89 TE 23 6'5" 247 R South Carolina $450,000
57 C 27 6'4" 255 6 Virginia -
24 CB 20 6'1" 199 R Ohio State $450,000
64 T 25 6'8" 340 1 Stony Brook -
66 DE 23 6'3" 251 2 Penn State -
52 LB 31 6'0" 232 10 Miami (FL) -
65 T 30 6'6" 319 8 Connecticut $1,100,000
13 WR 23 5'11" 198 3 LSU $1,366,018
29 S 24 6'0" 194 3 San Diego State $600,000
83 WR 24 6'0" 193 1 LSU -
- T 24 6'5" 320 3 Northeastern (OK) State $675,000
53 LB 30 6'1" 255 8 South Carolina -
96 DT 23 6'3" 310 3 Syracuse $605,000
3 K 36 6'0" 202 14 Nebraska $1,152,941
57 LB 28 6'2" 245 6 Oregon State -
39 LB 25 6'3" 235 2 Penn State -
52 LB 28 6'1" 227 8 Wisconsin $2,475,000
98 NT 31 6'4" 303 11 Northwestern -
62 DT 25 6'2" 295 3 Arizona State -
21 S 22 6'0" 225 2 Alabama $713,208
36 CB - 6'2" 200 1 Montclair State -
35 RB 21 5'8" 207 R Illinois State -
29 RB 26 6'1" 222 3 Massachusetts -
87 WR 26 6'3" 220 2 Arizona -
80 WR 29 6'0" 204 7 Massachusetts $2,400,000
76 DT 29 6'2" 298 6 Central Oklahoma -
43 S 30 6'1" 212 10 North Dakota State -
26 RB 23 6'0" 215 3 Tulane $600,000
38 CB 22 5'9" 158 R Boise State $117,300
51 LB 31 6'4" 249 10 Brown $825,000
84 TE 27 6'6" 265 4 Grambling State $1,671,000
71 T 24 6'7" 333 1 Tulane -
83 WR 23 5'10" 197 1 Richmond $450,000
49 LB 24 6'2" 229 1 Maryland -
61 G 25 6'5" 303 2 New Mexico -
85 TE 32 6'4" 260 9 UC Davis -
48 CB 25 6'1" 189 3 Holy Cross -
74 T 21 6'6" 329 2 Miami (FL) $1,089,169
60 T 27 6'2" 305 5 Iowa $117,300
93 LB 22 6'1" 242 R Clemson $450,000
43 S 24 6'0" 214 1 Michigan -
35 S 29 5'11" 196 5 Central Michigan -
5 K 34 6'0" 190 12 Penn State $637,532
- LB 23 6'2" 240 1 Ohio State $117,300
75 G 24 6'2" 320 1 Florida -
25 CB 31 5'11" 195 9 Michigan $885,000
33 S 24 6'3" 207 1 Florida International -
79 DT 27 6'5" 315 1 Missouri -
95 DT 23 6'2" 320 4 Ohio State $954,639
83 WR 26 6'1" 228 1 Kansas State -
33 RB 23 5'10" 233 1 Temple -
71 DE 24 6'5" 258 1 Cincinnati -
17 WR 28 5'10" 202 6 East Carolina $2,975,000
18 WR 26 6'1" 187 1 Murray State -
37 CB 27 5'10" 188 4 Florida State -
98 NT 27 6'4" 350 5 William Penn $1,750,000
68 T 21 6'4" 334 2 Florida State $525,000
71 DE 25 6'5" 227 3 Western Michigan -
35 CB 28 6'0" 190 3 Jacksonville State -
94 LB 28 6'4" 246 6 Boston College $1,000,000
- C 26 6'3" 309 4 USC -
28 CB 25 5'10" 178 5 Virginia Tech -
48 RB 22 6'1" 216 R Chattanooga -
39 CB 22 6'0" 186 R Oklahoma State $117,300
45 RB 27 6'1" 266 5 Pittsburgh -
24 S 24 6'0" 192 2 Notre Dame -
20 CB 27 5'10" 198 5 North Alabama $1,400,000
23 RB 30 6'1" 231 8 Liberty $2,230,000
77 G 29 6'5" 340 7 Mississippi $1,250,000
25 CB 28 5'11" 182 4 Miami (FL) -
18 WR 24 5'10" 186 1 Maine -
8 QB 29 6'3" 215 6 San Diego $885,000
48 LB 25 6'2" 255 4 Alabama -
46 LB 24 6'2" 255 1 Louisiana Tech -
46 RB 26 6'2" 240 5 West Virginia $800,000
69 C 24 6'2" 318 2 Regina $450,000
46 LB - 6'4" 245 1 Montana Tech -
59 LB 24 6'3" 251 3 USC $600,000
15 WR 25 6'1" 200 1 Georgia $600,000
2 QB 27 6'2" 218 1 Tulsa -
- T 29 6'6" 295 4 Tulane -
81 TE 23 6'5" 261 2 Illinois $333,000
76 DT - 6'2" 343 R Kentucky -
82 WR 22 6'0" 196 R Bowling Green $450,000
88 TE 22 6'4" 249 R Virginia Tech -
8 P 28 6'2" 215 3 Fresno State -
10 QB 35 6'4" 218 13 Mississippi $17,500,000
71 DE 24 6'2" 265 4 TCU $117,300
38 CB 30 5'9" 185 9 Mississippi -
53 LB 30 6'1" 245 8 Syracuse -
64 C 24 6'3" 305 1 Miami (FL) $117,300
22 S 32 5'11" 197 10 Miami (FL) -
25 S 28 6'2" 211 6 Massachusetts -
64 DT 21 6'1" 295 R Campbell -
- S 26 6'1" 195 6 UCLA -
75 G 27 6'5" 318 4 Auburn -
36 S 23 6'0" 214 1 Oregon State $117,300
12 QB 25 6'2" 223 4 Syracuse $675,000
73 T 27 6'4" 328 7 TCU $1,450,000
83 WR 26 6'2" 210 3 Alabama $600,000
5 K 22 5'10" 181 1 Concordia-St. Paul -
58 DE 23 6'3" 270 2 UCLA $525,000
47 RB 29 6'0" 225 6 Texas -
15 WR 28 6'1" 198 7 Virginia -
78 DE 20 6'5" 265 R Notre Dame $450,000
46 LB 29 6'1" 238 7 Mississippi -
15 WR 29 6'0" 200 5 North Alabama -
28 RB 21 5'10" 208 R UCLA $450,000
90 DE 27 6'5" 278 7 South Florida $4,250,000
37 LB 24 6'3" 230 3 San Diego State -
86 WR 21 6'3" 220 R California $117,300
64 T 25 6'6" 315 1 North Carolina Central -
67 G 25 6'4" 301 4 Syracuse $1,157,307
43 RB 28 5'8" 212 5 Western Kentucky $760,000
61 C 31 6'4" 320 5 Brigham Young -
70 C 24 6'3" 298 3 Colorado State $863,396
57 LB 26 6'3" 238 5 Texas $1,150,000
41 CB 29 6'2" 193 9 Tennessee State $5,980,000
- K 21 6'2" 195 R Southern Oregon -
99 DE 23 6'2" 261 R North Carolina State -
93 DE 28 6'4" 270 7 South Florida -
30 CB 27 5'11" 187 5 Clemson $1,000,000
87 WR 23 5'10" 194 R Oklahoma $450,000
91 LB 28 6'2" 249 6 LSU $760,000
53 LB 25 6'2" 250 2 Mississippi State $423,529
35 CB - 5'9" 184 R Lafayette -
66 DE 24 6'4" 263 1 James Madison -
75 T 27 6'5" 318 6 Louisville $760,000
89 WR 26 6'1" 192 1 Massachusetts -
30 S 25 6'4" 228 4 Richmond -
99 DT 25 6'3" 325 3 Arkansas $525,000
55 LB 27 6'1" 236 6 West Virginia $2,975,000
27 S 22 6'1" 213 R Boise State $450,000
22 S 22 6'0" 193 2 Texas $450,000
45 TE 24 6'2" 262 2 Stony Brook $525,000
47 LB 28 6'1" 233 2 Brigham Young $525,000
34 RB 26 5'10" 205 6 California $3,150,000
54 DE 25 6'2" 275 5 Miami (FL) $1,750,000
41 CB 27 5'10" 190 2 Louisiana Tech -
31 CB 26 5'10" 190 5 Arizona $675,000
- T 25 6'6" 311 2 Temple -
19 QB 25 6'3" 225 1 Ball State -
49 RB 24 5'10" 250 2 Wake Forest $348,000
97 DE 23 6'4" 253 R Notre Dame $117,300
79 DE 22 6'4" 276 1 Tennessee $117,300
9 P 25 6'3" 205 3 LSU $600,000
44 RB 25 5'11" 215 3 Cincinnati $117,300
72 DE 25 6'5" 264 3 Richmond $600,000
Roster Analysis Avg Ht Avg Wt Avg Age Young Old Avg Experience Salary
New York Giants 6'2" 242.1 26.7 21 37 3.6 $87,982,339