The New York Giants, like every NFL team, have to trim their roster from 90 players to 75 by 4 p.m. ET on Monday. Teams have to reach the 53-man regular-season limit on Friday.
SB Nation's Big Blue View has a look at 15 players who might be in trouble on Monday when the Giants make their cuts.
The Giants' roster situation is currently complicated by injuries. Cornerbacks Terrell Thomas, Prince Amukamara and Jayron Hosley are all injured, with Thomas' availability for the season a question mark. Defensive tackle Shaun Rogers has a blood clot and may be headed for Injured Reserve. Linebacker Michael Boley is out with a hamstring injury.
On Saturday head coach Tom Coughlin was asked if the team would look to the waiver wire for help at cornerback.
"We’ll always scan and look and try to find if there are people out there that can help us. It’s that time of year. It’s difficult to assess if there are people out there that can help us. We will continue to be vigilant," he said. "A lot of what has to happen has to come from the inside here."
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