Here's a player-by-player look at the New York Giants' 53-man roster:
Eli Manning: Entering his 12th year in the NFL and his second in a Ben McAdoo offense that helped him to a career-best completion percentage in 2014.
Ryan Nassib: Manning literally never misses a game, so Nassib must content himself with another year of development and scout-team work unless disaster strikes.
RUNNING BACK (4)
Rashad Jennings: Averaged 3.8 yards per carry and 7.5 yards per catch in his injury-shortened first Giants season.
Andre Williams: Led the team in rushing because Jennings got hurt. They will use him to help spell Jennings at times this year.
Shane Vereen: After catching 52 passes in the regular season and 18 in the postseason for the Super Bowl champion Patriots, he'll be the Giants' third-down back.
Orleans Darkwa: Probably ran the best of any Giants back in the preseason, forcing his way onto the roster with a tough performance.
Nikita Whitlock: One of Saturday's big upsets, made the team over veteran Henry Hynoski because of his versatility and his effort on special teams.
WIDE RECEIVER (6)
Odell Beckham Jr.: Expectations are insanely high for the 2014 Offensive Rookie of the Year and Madden '16 cover athlete.
Victor Cruz: Coming off 2014 knee injury and August calf injury, Cruz still hopes to start Week 1 but has to get on the practice field soon.
Rueben Randle: Bothered by knee problems all camp, Randle heads into his free-agent year hoping to break out from early-career inconsistencies.
Dwayne Harris: Kick-return and punt-return specialist hopes to carve out a role in the offense as a receiver.
Preston Parker: Had 36 catches and two touchdowns last year, and likely made the team because they know he can play the slot if Cruz can't get healthy.
Geremy Davis: Rookie sixth-rounder showed well on special teams and as a receiver. If he had to play, the Giants wouldn't worry about him.
TIGHT END (3)
Larry Donnell: After a 63-catch, six-touchdown breakout in 2014, look for Donnell to be an even bigger part of the receiving corps in 2015.
Daniel Fells: Does the blocking dirty work with which Donnell struggles, and that gets him on the field in some key spots near the goal line.
OFFENSIVE LINE (8)
Ereck Flowers: A lot is riding on the rookie first-rounder's ability to start at left tackle and protect Manning's blind side. He showed well in the preseason.
Justin Pugh: Moves to left guard after starting at right tackle his first two years, and they hope he'll flourish there as a run blocker.
Weston Richburg: The 2014 second-rounder will start at center after starting at left guard as a rookie. Manning's fifth different starting center in the past three seasons.
John Jerry: Signed as a backup in 2014, he started all year at right guard and could be a major factor this year as well.
Marshall Newhouse: Still looks like the starting right tackle, though he struggled in preseason.
Dallas Reynolds: Backup center who got a lot of work in preseason while Richburg struggled with a knee issue. He has Manning's trust.
Bobby Hart: Rookie seventh-round pick could help at guard or right tackle, but his inexperience is one reason the Giants are looking to add a ninth lineman in advance of Week 1.
DEFENSIVE END (5)
Robert Ayers: As the most experienced pass-rusher among an uninspiring group, Ayers is a likely starter and will be asked to carry a lot of the load.
Kerry Wynn: Last year's undrafted surprise could actually line up as a starter Week 1 in Dallas, though he'd only be holding a spot until Jason Pierre-Paul's return.
Damontre Moore: Tantalizing speed and athleticism but still too mistake-prone. Moore turns 23 on Friday, and the Giants hope he takes a big step this year.
George Selvie: They hope he can help them set the edge in the run game, which isn't a strength of any of the other ends except this rookie.
Owamagbe Odighizuwa: Giants have high hopes for this year's third-round pick, who's already a helper in the run game as he works to develop pass-rush moves.
DEFENSIVE TACKLE (5)
Johnathan Hankins: Broke out last year with a strong performance against the run and a surprising seven sacks. He's the best player in the Giants' front seven.
Cullen Jenkins: You could see him start at one of the defensive end spots if they're desperate.
Jay Bromley: The third-rounder from 2014 is still developing but could become a bigger part of the rotation this year.
Louis Nix: Was the Texans' third-round pick in 2014 but didn't play a game due to injury. At 6-foot-2, 331 pounds, he fits the Giants' preferred physical profile for a defensive tackle.
Jon Beason: After missing 12 games last year with a foot injury, Beason is hoping he can answer the bell this year. The middle linebacker is important as an on-field leader in Steve Spagnuolo's defense.
Devon Kennard: The Giants believe this will be a breakout season for their 2014 fifth-round pick, who's likely to help a lot in blitz packages as a pass-rusher.
J.T. Thomas: Former Jaguar the Giants signed in free agency has to help in coverage to stay on the field.
Jonathan Casillas: Signed mainly for special teams but could see the field if he shows utility as a coverage linebacker.
Mark Herzlich: Almost strictly a special teamer if everyone's healthy, but he did play the run well when pressed into starting linebacker duty last year.
Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie: When they signed Rodgers-Cromartie in 2014, the Giants hoped he could cover the opponent's No. 1 receiver every week. That will be his assignment, and he's healthier than he was last year.
Prince Amukamara: Giants want to see their 2011 first-round pick healthy for a whole year with free agency looming. There will be a lot of pressure on him and Rodgers-Cromartie, as Spagnuolo will have to blitz to create pressure.
Trumaine McBride: If he can stay healthy, he's likely to be the team's starting nickel cornerback.
Jayron Hosley: The 2012 third-rounder is still somehow sticking around. Played better in practice in the final weeks of camp and saved his spot.
Trevin Wade: Could be the first backup on the outside if one of the starters goes down.
Asa Jackson: Coming off a season-ending knee injury, he was waived by the Ravens and reunites with former Baltimore DBs coach Spagnuolo in New York.
Landon Collins: Rookie second-rounder showed improved range in the final preseason game and will be asked to handle a lot at a position of major weakness for the team.
Cooper Taylor: Leg injuries seem to have deprived him of speed, but he has size and continues to develop.
Stevie Brown: They know what he can do because they remember the eight interceptions from 2012. But they also remember benching him in 2014. Which Stevie will they get?
Brandon Meriweather: Veteran headhunter seems more likely to play the box safety role for which Collins is suited than the free safety role they're still looking to fill.
Josh Brown: This 36-year-old veteran made 24 of 26 field goal attempts last year and is seen as reliable from all distances.
Zak DeOssie: Reliable as it gets and a maniac on special teams, DeOssie is part of the furniture.