Giants' 53-man roster projection missing a first-round cornerback

The New York Giants open training camp for the 2020 NFL season on July 28 at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The Giants finished the 2019 regular season 4-12, marking the fifth time over the past six seasons they have failed to reach seven victories. The Giants, who return 18 starters, are still near the beginning of their rebuild under first-year coach Joe Judge. They feature new coordinators on offense (Jason Garrett) and defense (Patrick Graham), a second-year quarterback (Daniel Jones) and a defense that is a work in progress. Here's a 53-man roster projection:

QUARTERBACK (3): Daniel Jones, Colt McCoy, Cooper Rush

This is a new coaching staff. They want their own guys behind Jones, who is the unequivocal starter. McCoy was signed as a free agent this offseason, and Rush was claimed off waivers from the Cowboys. The same Cowboys who had Garrett as their head coach last season. Rush's potential and experience in Garrett's offense leaves Pat Shurmur favorite Alex Tanney out of the mix.