With NFL teams having to cut their rosters from 90 players to 75 by 4 p.m. ET on Tuesday, the snap counts data from Saturday night's preseason game against the New York Jets gives a pretty clear indication which New York Giants might be expecting their phones to ring Tuesday.
Notice the players at the bottom of the table who only appeared in a handful of special teams plays. That's a bad sign for those guys. Tight ends Chase Clement and Jamie Childers, rookie safety Cooper Taylor and newly-signed wide receiver Terrell Sinkfield and offensive guard Austin Holtz did not play.
Wide receiver Jerrel Jernigan saw the most action, 56 snaps. He caught a team-high five passes for 66 yards.
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