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2022 NFL draft: Giants undrafted rookie free agent scorecard – Giants Wire

The 2022 NFL draft has officially come to a close and the frenzy to sign undrafted rookie free agents (UDFA) is underway.
For general manager Joe Schoen and the New York Giants, they’ll look to add several players prior to the start of rookie mini-camp which will take place in mid-May. Their focus will be on the defense.
“As soon as the Draft is over and we can start working on that, we will. We still have — defensively, I think is where we are going to have to add,” Schoen told reporters on Saturday. “Again, when we got here, where the roster was, we had to add a lot of pieces, and there’s only so many resources. So we did the best we could this weekend, and we’ll continue to do that in free agency.”
Schoen will also look to the open market once post-draft cuts begin.
“Players might have gotten drafted over somebody else, so what that means is maybe next week there’s going to be some cuts and may be some veterans that are on the street because they drafted over players on their current roster,” Schoen said. “We don’t play until September. Our location in the claim order, the final cutdown will be important or as players are cut.
“The roster is never finished. It won’t be finished during the season, and we’ll always be looking to upgrade.”
It’s important to note that UDFA signings are not announced by the NFL, so some initial reports may be incorrect, changed or, unfortunately, outright faked. Until the Giants/NFL themselves announce the signings, these should all be considered rumors and subject to change.
As signings and rookie mini-camp invites are reported, we’ll update this article. So keep refreshing.
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