Tyler Sash has yet to make a real impact for the Giants thus far in his two NFL seasons. Let's look at the third-year safety as we continue our player-by-player breakdown of the 90-man roster the Giants will bring to training camp in just a few days.
2012 Season In Review
Sash served a four-game suspension for Adderall use at the beginning of the season and played in only eight games, making eight tackles. Will Hill passed him on the safety depth chart and Sash played only 36 defensive snaps all season. He made two special teams tackles.
Sash will have to fight to remain on the roster. The emergence of Hill as a viable option last season, the drafting of Cooper Taylor in the fifth round and the free-agent signing of Ryan Mundy, as well as the fact that Aaron Ross and Terrell Thomas (if healthy) could play safety put the 2011 sixth-round pick in a battle for his roster spot. Sash seems unlikely to be more than a special teams player if he makes the team.