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5 New York Giants Storylines, Post-Minicamp Edition

Five New York Giants Storylines

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The New York Giants are doing everything they can to avoid another season like 2013. New York was extremely active during free agency and also used the NFL Draft to help plug up some of the team's more glaring holes. The Giants are now a little over a month away from their first preseason game, so here are five storylines in the aftermath of New York's minicamp.

5. Offensive line is still a work-in-progress.

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5. Offensive line is still a work-in-progress.

Chris Snee New York Giants
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New York's biggest weakness last year was the offensive line. The Giants picked up a few replacements this offseason but the team is still waiting for a few players to get healthy. Veteran Chris Snee has undergone multiple surgeries in recent years and the Giants are allowing him to take it easy thus far. Also, Will Beatty is still out with the leg injury he suffered late last season. It will be crucial for them to get healthy along this unit.

4. Tight end competition is up for grabs.

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4. Tight end competition is up for grabs.

Adrien Robinson New York Giants
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The Giants will have a few positional battles when training camp rolls around and the starting tight end role is atop the list. Adrien Robinson may be the favorite going in but it is not by much. New York has a laundry list of guys who could all get the nod, as Robinson will be fighting against Kellen Davis, Larry Donnell, Daniel Fells and Xavier Grimble for the starting spot.

3. Wide receivers are getting healthy.

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3. Wide receivers are getting healthy.

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Both Odell Beckham Jr. and Mario Manningham seem to be coming around. Beckham was held out of the majority of OTAs with a sore hamstring. However, he did get some serious work in yesterday, the second day of New York's three-day mandatory minicamp. Also, Manningham is not yet practicing but he is reportedly confident that he will be at full-strength with the Giants once again.

2. Jameel McClain stepping in for Jon Beason.

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2. Jameel McClain stepping in for Jon Beason.

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Linebacker Jon Beason injured his right foot late last week and was diagnosed with a fracture and a tear. He will not need surgery but his status for the season opener is now in question. In the mean time, the Giants are shifting outside linebacker Jameel McClain into the middle to try and replace Beason. McClain was acquired by the Giants this offseason and spent the previous six years with the Ravens.

1. Offense is adjusting to new system.

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1. Offense is adjusting to new system.

Eli Manning New York Giants
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Ben McAdoo is entering into his first year as the New York Giants' offensive coordinator. This offseason, the Giants are putting a new offense into place and training camp will be crucial in this process. Progress seems to be taking place slowly but surely and players along the offense have spoken highly of the new system. It is definitely a major change for Eli Manning who has run the same offense dating all the way back to 2004.