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Giants HC Brian Daboll has been calling plays on offense so far this offseason, according to ESPN's Jordan Raanan. OC Mike Kafka handled those duties over the past two years. The team hasn't officially announced the change, but it looks like it'll be Daboll at the controls this season.

ESPN's Jordan Ranaan reports that Giants TE Darren Waller is expected to announce next week whether he'll play this season -- and that "people in and around the team expect that he's going to retire." The team has a two-day mandatory minicamp starting on June 11. Waller's expected to deliver his decision ahead of that.

Giants WR Wan'Dale Robinson (quad) is active for today’s game vs. the Rams. He went from limited participation in Wednesday’s practice to full participation on Thursday back to limited on Friday. But we're not expecting the quad to be a significant factor today.

Giants WR Wan'Dale Robinson (quad) is listed as questionable for this weekend's game vs. the Rams. He went from limited participation on Wednesday to full participation on Thursday back to limited on Friday. We'll look for more info on Robinson's status, but the quad adds some risk to his Week 17 fantasy profile.

Giants QB Tyrod Taylor will start this weekend's game vs. the Rams, HC Brian Daboll said. Taylor played reasonably well in relief of QB Tommy DeVito in Philadelphia on Monday, throwing for 133 yards, one TD, and one INT in the second half. He completed 64% of his passes at 7.4 yards per attempt with two TDs and 0 INTs in starts against the Bills and Commanders earlier this season. Taylor is just a low-end QB2 for Week 17, but he should bring more stability to the offense than DeVito.

Giants QB Daniel Jones (neck) has been ruled out for Sunday's game vs. the Jets. He remained limited in practice all week but hasn't been cleared for contact. QB Tyrod Taylor gets the start again this weekend. He's played reasonably well the past two weeks, completing 65% of his passes at 7.4 yards per attempt with two TDs and 0 INTs. Taylor isn't a recommended fantasy play against a tough Jets defense, but he's not a significant downgrade for guys like RB Saquon Barkley and TE Darren Waller.

Giants WR Darius Slayton displayed a strong rapport with QB Tyrod Taylor vs. the Bills, racking up a team-leading 69 receiving yards with 4 catches on 6 targets. Fellow wideout Wan’Dale Robinson also turned in a strong performance with 8 catches on as many targets for 62 receiving yards in the contest. Since returning from injury in Week 3, Robinson ranks second on the Giants in targets (20) and leads the team with 18 receptions. These opportunities hadn’t manifested many fantasy points until Sunday, but Robinson is a name to consider adding as a flex option in deeper 14 or 16-team league formats moving forward. Next week, the Giants will face off against the Commanders in an NFC East divisional bout.

Giants QB Daniel Jones (neck) has been ruled out for Sunday night's game vs. the Bills. He didn't practice all week, so it's certainly possible that he misses more time. QB Tyrod Taylor will start on Sunday night for the first time since December 2021. Taylor is a serviceable backup but has little chance behind New York's leaky offensive line. We're considering Taylor just a slight downgrade from Jones for New York's pass-catchers.

Giants WR Wan’Dale Robinson snagged 5 of 6 targets for 18 yards in Week 5. Robinson remained exclusively a short-range target – necessary given the amount of pressure put on Daniel Jones. The Giants went without an offensive score in this one and now own just 5 offensive TDs all season. We’ll see if Daniel Jones – who left late with a neck injury – can get cleared ahead of Week 6.

Giants WR Wan'Dale Robinson left in the fourth quarter of Sunday's game vs. the Dolphins to be checked for a concussion.

Update: Robinson cleared concussion protocol and has returned to the game.

Giants WR Wan'Dale Robinson (knee) is active for tonight's game vs. the 49ers. Expect him to have a small role in his first game since last November’s torn ACL. We'll see how Robinson's usage evolves, but he's only an option in one-game DFS tournaments tonight.

Giants WR Wan'Dale Robinson (knee) is listed as questionable for Thursday night's game vs. the 49ers. That's an upgrade from his "doubtful" status the first two weeks. ESPN's Jordan Raanan expects Robinson to play vs. San Francisco, which would be his first game since last November’s torn ACL. Robinson certainly isn't a Week 3 fantasy option, but we'll monitor his role.

Giants WR Wan’Dale Robinson (knee) is inactive for today’s game vs. the Cardinals. Darius Slayton, Isaiah Hodgins, and Parris Campbell will again operate as New York’s top three WRs.

Giants WR Wan’Dale Robinson (knee) is listed as doubtful for Sunday’s game vs. the Cardinals. He’s practiced the last two weeks, so we’ll see if he’s ready to make his 2023 debut in Week 3.

Giants WR Wan'Dale Robinson (knee) is inactive for tonight’s game vs. the Cowboys. He put in three limited practices this week, so he’s seemingly close to his first game action since last November’s torn ACL. Darius Slayton, Isaiah Hodgins, and Parris Campbell figure to serve as New York’s top three WRs tonight.

Giants WR Wan'Dale Robinson (knee) is listed as doubtful for Sunday night’s game vs. the Cowboys. He put in three limited practices this week, so he’s seemingly close to his first game action since last November’s torn ACL. Darius Slayton, Isaiah Hodgins, and Parris Campbell are expected to operate as New York’s top three WRs in the opener.

Giants WR Wan'Dale Robinson (knee) was limited in Wednesday's practice. He was just activated from the PUP list near the end of August after last November's ACL tear. We'll see if Robinson is active for Sunday night's opener vs. the Cowboys, but he shouldn't be in your Week 1 fantasy plans.

Giants WR Wan'Dale Robinson is expected to be activated from the PUP list before Tuesday's deadline, The Athletic's Dan Duggan reports. Robinson has spent the offseason working back from November's torn ACL. It's unclear whether he'll play in the season opener, but the Giants at least expect Robinson to be ready by Week 4. He'll begin in a reserve role behind Darius Slayton, Isaiah Hodgins, and Parris Campbell. But Robinson could certainly work his way into a starting job over the course of the season.

Update: Robinson has officially be activated from the PUP list.

The Giants have placed WR Wan'Dale Robinson on the PUP list for the start of training camp. This isn't a surprise, given that Robinson is coming off an ACL tear. We'll see how soon he's ready to return to action.

Giants QB Daniel Jones looks to build off a solid 2022 in Year 2 with HC Brian Daboll. Jones set career-highs in adjusted completion rate (80.1%), passing yards (3,642), and yards per attempt (6.8). The last two figures aren’t particularly impressive, but remember his leading receivers: Darius Slayton, Richie James, Isaiah Hodgins, and Saquon Barkley. While Sterling Shepard and Wan’Dale Robinson are candidates for the PUP list, New York added pass-catching talent in Darren Waller, Parris Campbell, and Round 3 pick Jalin Hyatt. Even modest passing improvements would give Jones a chance to perform as a top-10 fantasy QB. Last year, he ranked fourth among QBs in rushes; second in scrambles.

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