In September, the New York Giants will christen their campaign as defending Super Bowl champions.
In June, they still have their work cut out for them.
The G-Men claimed their second Lombardi Trophy in four years in 2011-12, but still finished with a pedestrian 9-7 record in regular-season play. With a stagnant running game, a questionable offensive line and a bevy of uncertainties lingering in the secondary, Big Blue needs to make a few improvements to return to championship form.
Here are five huge questions that still need to be answered at Giants training camp.