The New York Giants entered the 2022 season with questions about whether or not they had enough talent at the wide receiver position. Injuries, poor performance, and a lack of ability to co-exist with a former first-round draft pick led to an on-the-fly in-season makeover of the position.
The Giants got better than could have been expected production out of a group of receivers they did not think they would have to rely on in 2022, but they enter the 2023 offseason once again knowing they need to add more playmakers for quarterback Daniel Jones.
2022 in review
Giants 2022 position reviews
Starters: Isaiah Hodgins, Richie James, Darius Slayton
Backups: Marcus Johnson, Kenny Golladay
Practice squad: David Sills, Jaydon Mickens, Makai Polk, Kalil Pimpleton
Traded: Kadarius Toney
IR: Sterling Shepard, Wan’Dale Robinson, Collin Johnson
The Giants lost Collin Johnson, a useful 6-foot-6, 222-pound receiver who was having a good training camp, to a torn ACL in preseason.