When Big Blue reports for their spring activities and then training camp, fans will witness a New York Giants team that doesn’t include Eli Manning. It’ll mark the first Manning-less Giants squad since 2003. By winning two Super Bowls, Manning established himself as arguably the greatest quarterback in the history of the franchise. He also personified what it takes to be a leader both on and off the field. This is why, for the previous 13 seasons, Manning was one of the team’s captains. His retirement leaves big shoes to fill and the Giants will definitely need their captains to step up in Manning’s absence next season. But who will that list include? We have over six months to go before head coach Joe Judge makes his picks and there will certainly be roster changes from now until the season starts. Nonetheless, here’s our early prediction on who will wear that “C” patch. Some may feel it’s too soon for Daniel Jones to be named one of the team’s captains since he’s yet to play a full 16-game season. But providing him with that honor would be a ringing endorsement that the franchise firmly believes in him. It would also solidify his readiness to lead the team both on and off the...