The NY Giants had a free agency to remember – as their acquisitions select their numbers for the 2021 season, the hope is something simple as digits on the back of their jersey become symbols of pride for fans at MetLife Stadium. Much like Lawrence Taylor’s 58, Mark Bavaro’s 89 and Eli Manning’s 10 – the newest Giants will strive to have their numbers become synonymous with periods of victory.To get more Giants LIMITED jerseys with cheap price, you can visit giantsnfl.com official website.
Dave Gettleman set out to find play-makers this off-season, and he got the best one on the market when he signed former Detroit Lions receiver, Kenny Golladay. The former league touchdown leader chose to keep the same number he wore with the Lions and in college before that – choosing #19.
The Giants front office catapulted their secondary to an elite level when they signed former Tennessee Titans first round pick, Adoree’ Jackson. He’ll be wearing #22 for the Giants – a number formerly worn by running back, Wayne Gallman.
While Jackson won’t be expected to score as many touchdowns as Gallman did last season, he’ll still be a fan favorite if he’s not allowing any.The Giants took a swing on a home run hitter in free agency when the signed former Cincinnati Bengals first rounder, receiver John Ross. The former Washington Husky utilizes his blazing speed to stretch the field – cornerbacks will be seeing the #12 as he runs passed them this season.