- February 11 - Waived RB David Wilson, who missed the entire 2014 NFL season with a neck injury. The club will reportedly save $1.3 million in cap space by waiving their former first round pick.
- February 11 - Signed OL Brett Jones, a free agent from the Canadian Football League to a three-year contract (2015: $435,000 2016: $525,000 2017: $615,000). No portion of Jones' contract is guaranteed.
- February 17 - Re-signed WR Kevin Ogletree to a one-year, $825K contract. Ogletree, 28, caught five passes in seven games after being signed by the Giants last October.
- February 19 - Re-signed OL Dallas Reynolds to a one-year, $700K contract. Reynolds was a restricted free agent this offseason.
- Feburary 24 - Waived DE Mathias Kiwanuka, a nine-year veteran with the team. The move frees up $4.825 million in cap space for the Giants.
The Jones signing is nothing more than a risk-free one with them hoping to add a quality player at a bargain price. Jones was the CFL's top lineman in 2014. Reynolds' deal is pretty much the same. With JD Walton probably sent packing, $700k is a bargain for Reynolds' experience with the new offense and his versatility.
Ogletree is a veteran receiver the Giants feel deserves a shot in camp. He'll be part of a crowded WR group that includes Odell Beckham, Jr.. Rueben Randle, Victor Cruz, Corey Washington, Preston Parker and Marcus Harris. The team will likely bring in one or two more players to camp.
Kiwanuka was a cap target ever since the Giants' re-signed him to a four-year, $21.75 million two years ago. He had already taken a sizable pay cut and after last year's subpar performance, which was cut short by a knee injury, the Giants had to cut him loose.