The best part about the preseason for coaches and executives is the opportunity to evaluate up to 90 players throughout a month-long period before trimming the roster down.
And that grand tradition continued on Saturday.
Per the team, the injury report is as follows: WR Julian Talley, (toe), CB Prince Amukamara (groin), S Landon Collins (knee), CB Chykie Brown (knee), CB Jayron Hosley (concussion), S Nat Berhe (calf), S Cooper Taylor (toe), CB Chandler Fenner (hamstring), LB Jonathan Casillas (neck), T Will Beatty (pec), OL Brandon Mosley (back), WR Victor Cruz (calf), WR Rueben Randle (knee) and DE George Selvie who rounds out the list with a knee issue.
Perhaps this is a symptom of years past. Maybe being the most injured team has motivated the Giants to treat the preseason with more caution when it comes to injuries.
Perhaps this is a symptom of a larger problem in terms of sports science. The Giants have tried to revamp their diet and exercise routines and their dynamic stretching and recovery over the years, but sometimes a league with a 100 percent injury rate can be ruthless.