Who wore number 82 for the Giants?

Kaden Smith

No. 82 – New York Giants
Born: April 24, 1997 Atlanta, Georgia
Height: 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m)
Weight: 249 lb (113 kg)
Career information

Who is number 28 for the Giants?

RB Devontae Booker
RB Devontae Booker, No. 28 in the team’s history includes Super Bowl XXV defensive back Everson Walls, running back Tyrone Wheatley, and Super Bowl XLII defensive back Gibril Wilson.

Who did the Giants lose in free agency?

As the second wave of free agency kicks into gear, the Giants, who have lost only defensive tackle Dalvin Tomlinson to another team (Vikings), have now lost outside linebacker Kyler Fackrell to the Chargers. Fackrell signed with the Giants last year on a 1-year deal in which he reached $500,000 of play time incentives.

Who wore 88 for the New York Giants?

Hakeem Nicks

No. 88, 14
College: North Carolina
NFL Draft: 2009 / Round: 1 / Pick: 29
Career history
New York Giants (2009–2013) Indianapolis Colts (2014) Tennessee Titans (2015)* New York Giants (2015) New Orleans Saints (2016)*

Who are the players on the New York Giants?

New York Giants Name Age HT WT College Mike Glennon 3 31 6′ 7″ 225 lbs North Carolina State Daniel Jones 8 24 6′ 5″ 220 lbs Duke Cooper Rush 10 27 6′ 3″ 225 lbs Central Michigan Clayton Thorson 17 25 6′ 4″ 222 lbs Northwestern

What are the jersey numbers for wide receivers?

If you have quibbles, or want to add someone I forgot, leave a comment and we’ll update this post. And please have patience – this is a big job. We’ll start in this post with the best wide receivers at each jersey number. In general, wideouts are allowed to wear numbers between 10 and 19 as well as between 80 and 89.

Who are the Hall of Famers by jersey number?

Pro Football Hall of Famers by Jersey Numbers Class of 2004 inductee Bob Brown wore #76 with the Eagles, Rams, and Raiders. LISTING OF PRIMARY NUMBERS IN CAPS; Secondary Numbers in lower case 0-9 | 10-19 | 20-29 | 30-39 | 40-49 | 50-59 | 60-69 | 70-79 | 80-89 | 90-99

Who is number 14 on the Denver Broncos?

14 – Brandon Stokley, Broncos – Like 13, 14 isn’t a popular number for receivers. Stokley, who had good seasons with the Colts and the most memorable touchdown of the season off a tip in the opener against the Bengals, is the best of the bunch over St. Louis prospect Keenan Burton.