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July 28 Giants Camp Reports: ESPN  |  |  |  Video  |   Photos
The Giants practiced in full pads for the first time in training camp at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center. That made it a big day for the coaches and the players.
This was the Giants' first day in full pads. Some teams around the league mark the occasion with a showy contact drill that pumps the players up. But this was one of the more low-key practices we've seen this summer.
We're exactly one week away from the Giants first preseason game. "Two steps forward, one back. That's where you are," Coughlin said of the offense's progress.
The Giants passing attack looks good early. But the running game? Manning had arguably his best practice yet, making quick reads and connecting on a few deep balls and had plenty of time to throw.

Training camp is known for competition. One of the closest competitions of the 2014 Giants training camp is at the fullback position. It's Henry Hynoski versus John Conner. The "Hynocerous" versus the "Terminator."
The Giants are contemplating a fullback-less roster in their new offense. That wouldn't bode well for Henry Hynoski and John Conner. They're the two fullbacks on the Giants roster who would be without jobs if the team decided to go that route.
According to multiple people within the organization who requested anonymity in order to speak freely on the matter, the Giants have informed their tight ends that there is a good possibility that a fullback won't make the final 53-man roster - leaving all of those duties up to the tight ends.

Signing the 29-year-old running back Rashad Jennings was one of the first things the Giants did in their incredibly busy free-agent season. Rather than let the market sort itself out, they jumped to get Jennings, who tore them up a bit as Oakland's starter in Week 10 last year.

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July 27 Giants Camp Reports: ESPN  |  |  |  Video  |   Photos
The first stock check of the summer has been submitted. Here are 10 players we think made an impression, either positive or negative.

This year will be different. Rueben Randle is sure of it. He knows what everyone is thinking. He knows nobody has forgotten his two seasons of uneven play, or the scary fact that seven of Eli Manning's 27 interceptions last year were intended for him.
He led the Giants with six touchdown catches in 2013 but got just as much attention (if not more) for mistakes and miscommunications that helped lead to Eli Manning interceptions. The third year is supposed to be a big one for wide receiver development.

There were moments early in their careers - probably too early - when Spencer Paysinger and Jacquian Williams started games at linebacker for the Giants. They made plays, missed plays, stayed on the roster and did not do enough to seize control of a job.

Adrien Robinson hasn't made one catch in his two seasons in New York, but the Giants expect big things from their 3rd-year tight end. Robinson senses a "huge opportunity" with a revamped offensive coaching staff, a job up for grabs, and a seemingly tight end-friendly offense.

Rookie running back Andre Williams arrived at the Giants' training camp with a reputation for a bruising rushing style and a workhorse mentality. He has since revealed other talents.

How Jason Pierre-Paul and Will Beatty motivate each other. Each was disappointed in his performance in 2013, they were each injured when the season ended and they are determined to return to their previous high performance levels in the upcoming season.

The Giants are hoping that Ryan Nassib wins the backup job. The question is whether Nassib did anything to deserve the promotion. Even he's not 100 percent sure.

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July 26 Giants Camp Reports: ESPN  |  |  BBI  |  InsideFootball  |  Video  |   Photos

Will Beatty has practiced a lot more than anyone expected he would coming off the broken leg he suffered in Week 17 last season. Beatty also has a bit more of an edge to him when he talks to you this summer.
Looking out at the practice field when the Giants are in the midst of 11-on-11 scrimmaging, the fate of their 2014 season could lie in one simple matchup that takes place daily on the Quest Diagnostics Training Center fields -- left tackle Will Beatty vs defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul.

When former All-Pro right guard Chris Snee announced his retirement, it opened up a starting spot on the Giants offensive line that hadn't been available heading into a season for the past 10 years. Brandon Mosley, who as of Thursday was listed at the top of the unofficial depth chart at right guard, is the frontrunner for the job.

David Wilson hadn't worn shoulder pads or taken a hit since Week 5 last season. Wilson had a couple of carries, but only that one hit from from second-year safety Cooper Taylor. Which was good.

The goal for Giants starting middle linebacker Jon Beason has been to be ready for the Sept. 8 opener in Detroit. That hasn't changed.
Beason has been injury prone the past few seasons and was viewed as a bit of a health risk when the Giants inked him to a three-year deal.

All potential injuries aside, Mike Patterson and Cullen Jenkins will go into the season as the team's starting defensive tackles in the base defense. But defensive line coach Robert Nunn isn't set on letting them get a majority of the snaps. He's put extra care into making sure Johnathan Hankins and Markus Kuhn were ready.

Zack Bowman wound up spending his high school years in Anchorage, Alaska. Big-time college football recruiters don't leave too many footprints in the snow up there. Bowman wound up playing at Nebraska and his first six NFL seasons for the Bears. Now Bowman is in a Giants secondary that is getting a lot of attentions.

Spencer Paysinger has been a Giant for four years, which means he's been around long enough to know what people think about his position group.

How can you tell what mood Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie is in? Look down and check out his shoes.
Rodgers-Cromartie came out and addressed the media today, and naturally one of the questions he got was about how he decides which pair of superhero cleats to wear on a given day.

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Will Hill signed with the Baltimore Ravens on Friday. Hill is suspended for the first six games of the 2014 season.
Will Hill's signing comes at an awkward time for the Ravens, who already are under scrutiny following running back Ray Rice's suspension for assaulting his then-fiancee.

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July 25 Giants Camp Reports: ESPN  |   |  BBI  |  InsideFootball  |  Video  |   Photos
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The Giants don't have a definitive starter at tight end no matter what the depth chart says.

Science intrudes on Tom Coughlin's practices. It used to be that football teams would practice twice a day in training camp. Now the Giants barely get one of them in.
Tom Coughlin has proven in recent years that he is flexible and open-minded, but in his heart he remains an old-school coach.
The Giants, in an attempt to maximize performance and decrease the number of soft-tissue injuries in training camp, study data collected from GPS monitors strapped to their players.

People keep asking the same question: How will the Giants' new offense, under coordinator Ben McAdoo, look different from the old offense they ran for the past decade? If the Giants get their wish, it's going to look very, very fast.
Rashad Jennings compared learning the hurry-up phase of the Giants' new offense to staring a ceiling fan. The more you stare at it and focus, he said, the slower it gets. Eventually you're able to pick out one blade on the fan and watch it.
Rueben Randle: 80 percent of Giants QB Eli Manning's interceptions were miscommunication. At least that is what Randle is claiming now that the Giants are running a new offense under a new coordinator that has universally been declared simpler for the receivers.

Jason Pierre-Paul was in a good mood Thursday, even if that meant having to talk to reporters. The 25-year-old defensive end is one of the funniest players in the locker room.
He has seen Osi Umenyiora go. He has seen Justin Tuck go. As next in line to accept the mantle as the next great Giants defensive end, Jason Pierre-Paul admits his own Giants mortality has crossed his mind..
Jason Pierre-Paul says he came back too soon in 2013 and advises Jon Beason to wait until he's 100 percent.
Jason Pierre-Paul can become a free agent after this season, which was something he rarely thought about -- until Justin Tuck shipped off to Oakland this summer.
Tuck was the Giants' defensive captain, a veteran who had never worn anything except Giants Blue. And then he was headed elsewhere, when the Giants seemed uninterested in bringing him back to East Rutherford.

Mathias Kiwanuka is part of a dying breed. After Chris Snee's retirement, just Kiwanuka, Eli Manning and Zak DeOssie remain from the Giants title teams of 2011 and 2007. When reminded he's one of the last remnants of the 2007 group, Kiwanuka tried to change the subject.
The defensive end said he does feel a burden to carry on a tradition that, for him, began with Michael Strahan. When Kiwanuka was a first-round pick in 2006, Strahan was the established star of the team. Kiwanuka still wants to emulate Strahan.

David Wilson never once wavered about his desire to keep playing, and his upbeat demeanor never changed. He was all full-steam ahead, risks be damned, and he was apparently exactly the same behind the scenes.
If football doesn't pan out, the Giants' new running back always can become a preacher. Rashad Jennings met the media Thursday and rather than a question-and-answer session, it felt more like a sermon..

Giants director of player development David Tyree said that his opinions on homosexuality have evolved from comments he made in 2011.
Tyree said he had no issues with working with a gay player, like St. Louis Rams rookie defensive end Michael Sam, the first out player to be drafted by an NFL team.

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Michael Strahan likely would not have the single-season sack record (22.5) if sacks been an official stat during Deacon Jones' career. Historians say Jones had 26 sacks in 1967 and 24 more in 1968. But to Strahan, the value of the friendship wasn't in the sacks they shared. "Deacon Jones is the one guy I wished was still around to watch me go in," Strahan added. "He was my guy.
Michael Strahan will have plenty of family and former teammates at the induction ceremony. But he took the time to single out one of the most important figures in his life -- the late Deacon Jones, a Hall of Fame defensive end who played from 1961-1974.

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July 24 Giants Camp Reports: ESPN  |   |  Video  |   Photos  |  Photos
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Jerry Reese noted that Eli Manning's age - 33 years old and entering his 11th NFL season - is "getting up there," but said that it is not a concern for the Giants.
Reese isn't worried about Manning. His primary concern about Manning is keeping him upright, which he addressed through his offseason moves along the offensive line.
Reese loaded up on free agent offensive linemen and nabbed another in the draft. He brought in a new offensive coordinator who will emphasize quick release, and he spent his first-round pick on a potential game-breaker at wide receiver. All of this can make Manning seem 27 again.
Last year the general manager opened the season with a countdown to the Super Bowl in order to instill some urgency. This year, the date circled is a lot closer. Sept. 8. The regular-season opener.
Jerry Reese will make no predictions for this season, but he has high hopes for the Giants in 2014. Reese and everyone else in the organization hopes they will make significant contributions to what they expect will be a much more successful season.

After watching three players go down with heat-related ailments yesterday, Tom Coughlin took a progressive step toward keeping his players off the injury cart.
So halfway through the Giants' training camp practice Wednesday, the whole team left the field, walked over into the field house and stood there for five minutes before coming back out and finishing practice.
A practice halftime could become a permanent part of the schedule. "If I keep it, it will be because of the heat we experienced yesterday and there's nothing wrong with that," Coughlin said.

Before Adrien Robinson even arrived at the Giants facility, he was dubbed the "JPP of tight ends" by general manager Jerry Reese. At the time, defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul was coming off 16.5 sacks in his second season. To this point, Robinson, a tight end drafted in the fourth round in 2012, has failed to live up to the hype. He has yet to catch a pass in first two professional seasons.

Odell Beckham was on the field Wednesday with his helmet and pads, but did nothing aside from stretching and warmups. It admittedly has the Giants concerned. "He missed part of spring ball with a hamstring and he tweaked it yesterday. Obviously there is a concern," general manager Jerry Reese said.

Giants have reasons to believe in a fast start. The decision to leave Albany after 16 seasons and hold their 2013 training camp at the Giants practice facility in East Rutherford was prudent. But the inaugural year of working from home produced an 0-6 start that ruined any chance of making the playoffs. Put simply, the Giants were out-coached, out-prepared and often dominated in losing to the Cowboys (36-31), Broncos (41-23), Panthers (38-0), Chiefs (31-7), Eagles (36-21) and Bears (27-21).

David Tyree to speak with Michael Sam advisor over comments on gay rights, conversion therapy. Tyree wrote on Twitter in 2011 that people are not "created gay" and advocated for gay conversion therapy, a practice abandoned by the mental health community and banned in New Jersey for treatment of minors.
General manager Jerry Reese, meanwhile, defended the team's hiring of Tyree on Wednesday, even as HRC escalated its criticism of the team for hiring Tyree. "He was qualified for the job," Reese said.
Derrick Ward, who played for the Giants from 2004-08, fired off a series of tweets that stressed that Tyree has "a right to voice his opinion. Whatever happened to freedom of speech in America? Is that not a constitutional right anymore?"

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July 23 Giants Camp Reports Day 1: ESPN  |  |  Video  |   Photos

As soon as Victor Cruz heard the Giants hired Ben McAdoo as offensive coordinator, and he would be running his version of the West Coast offense, Cruz began studying old 49ers tapes of Jerry Rice, the greatest receiver of all time.
Of all the players on the Giants' offense, Cruz might be the biggest beneficiary of the new system. Not that he wasn't a star in the previous offense run by former offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride.

The last time the Giants' offensive line underwent this much significant transition was in 2011 when, just before the start of training camp, the team released Shaun O'Hara and Rich Seubert.
Chris Snee's gone. David Diehl is retired. Justin Tuck is playing for the Raiders. Quietly and quickly, wide receiver Victor Cruz has become one of the longest-tenured Giants.

For the first time since shattering his leg in last year's season finale, Giants left tackle Will Beatty was on the field Tuesday taking part in team drills. He was "limited" and rotated in and out of the drills.
The Giants' linebacker corps was already reeling with Jon Beason out until possibly September. The last thing they needed was another linebacker to go down on the first day of camp.

John Jerry is excited for the moment you'll see him as an offensive lineman who has started every game each of the past two seasons. He's also excited about clearing his name following the Jonathan Martin bully-gate scandal where he was mentioned an eye-opening 106 times.
Jerry, a former Miami Dolphins offensive lineman, was in the middle of last season's bullying scandal involving Richie Incognito and Jonathan Martin.

David Tyree brought more than just memories of that famous Super Bowl helmet catch with him when he returned Tuesday to the Giants as the director of player development.
In 2011, Tyree said he'd trade his miracle "helmet catch," in exchange for a law outlawing gay marriage. And he's publicly professed his belief that "there is no scientific data to support the claim of being born gay," which is totally false.

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July 22 Offensive linemen don't get stats. They don't gain yards or score touchdowns or sack quarterbacks. Check out Chris Snee's page on right here and, well, you don't see a whole lot of information. But Snee makes a strong case as the best offensive lineman in Giants history.
The 32-year-old played just three games last season because of a torn hip labrum and later had right elbow surgery in November. He planned on returning this year but was having trouble with his elbow during OTAs and both of his surgically repaired hips were barking as well. "I know it's my time," Snee said.
The elbow was the last part of Snee's physique to give out, preventing him from practicing this spring. When the injury did not heal this summer, it became evident that he could not contemplate another season, even after 141 regular-season and 11 postseason starts as one of the best offensive linemen in Giants history. "There's only so much cartilage and bone you can take out of a joint," Snee said.

Chris Snee, of course, will be remembered for more than being Coughlin's son-in-law. He was perennially one of the strongest players on the team, winning the weightlifting competition year after year. He was fast for his size and maintained all his power from snap through contact. He hated losing, and hated to be embarrassed even more.
His departure leaves Eli Manning as the only starter from the Super Bowl XLII team (long-snapper Zak DeOssie and defensive end Mathias Kiwanuka, who was on injured reserve in 2007, also were on that team). It also leaves the Giants' offensive line without any starters from the Super Bowl XLVI win just 21/2 years ago.
The 32-year-old guard bid a tearful farewell to the Giants and the NFL Monday, barely getting the words out during a minute's worth of halting sentences announcing the end of his comeback attempt. "It's a bittersweet day," Snee began, needing nearly 20 seconds to compose himself, "but, uh, one I really had no choice in.

David Wilson finally got the good news he was waiting for Monday regarding his surgically repaired neck, receiving a doctor's word that he was cleared for all football activities on the day the Giants reported for their first day of training camp.

The Giants said linebacker Jon Beason would be the only player to begin training camp on the active/physically unable to perform list, which is no surprise given that he's recovering from a broken foot. Beason has said he hopes to be ready by Week 1, and playing him on the training camp PUP list does not affect that hope.

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July 21 Chris Snee will walk into the team facility as a Giant Monday morning. He might not walk out as one by the end of the day.
One more season. That's what Chris Snee is hoping for, but his body might not allow him to suit up for an 11th season at right guard for the Giants.
Chris Snee is having a hard time with his recovery from offseason elbow surgery, and he has not progressed physically to the point that would allow him to play an 11th NFL season.
Although Snee can decide to try and play through pain, signs are pointing toward the 32-year-old heavily considering retirement.

In Tom Coughlin and Eli Manning, the Giants head into training camp with their franchise foundations in place, but that does not mean this is a business-as-usual summer. There is newness all around -- from the wholly redesigned playbook put together by first-year offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo to the revamped defensive backfield.

The excuses were plentiful and most of them were valid, no matter whom anyone wanted to blame for last year's disaster. The offensive line was terrible. The offensive scheme was stale. Injuries destroyed the running backs. The top receiver's effort was questionable. The tight end position became a black hole.

In Ben McAdoo, Tom Coughlin seems to have gotten a younger version of himself. Both circle the field in the same way. Both can intimidate with a stone expression. Both, while not opposed to the new wave of NFL thinking, are grounded in the old school. Coughlin was a running back behind Larry Csonka and Floyd Little. McAdoo was an undersized left tackle at a high school that didn't pass..

Tom Coughlin has a contract that runs through the 2015 season and some people have opined that the two-time Super Bowl winner has earned the right to decide when his run as the team's coach comes to an end. One of the guys who pays Coughlin's salary is not one of those people.

Rashad Jennings: How he trained for his first training camp with the Giants. running back Rashad Jennings is serious about his craft. So serious that when the team dispersed for four-plus weeks between the end of the minicamp and the start of training camp, Jennings barely took a break.

Jon Beason will not participate in Monday afternoon's conditioning test when he and the Giants players report for the start of training camp, but the middle linebacker said he could if he had to and he fully expects to be ready for the start of the regular season Sept. 8.

July 20 In the wake of last season's 7-9 debacle, Giants owner John Mara talked of fixing a "broken" offense, of rethinking the offensive philosophy. And then, Mara delivered. The Giants, traditionally frugal in free agency, doled out more than $100 million in contracts, importing more than 20 new players.

Five questions for the Giants entering training camp: How quickly will the players grasp Ben McAdoo's new offense? Can Eli Manning rebound? How will David Wilson be used? When will Jon Beason be back? ho will be the five starting offensive linemen?

Eli Manning is one of the brightest minds in the game, a man with the rare ability to process reams of information even as he drops back to pass and surveys a defense. But even he acknowledges this is a daunting challenge, his biggest since those first uncertain games in his fledgling start as a rookie.

Tom Coughlin may have shown more patience during Giants practices this offseason than in all of his previous coaching career combined. A wrong route? No problem, son. A missed assignment? Let's just try it again. Miscommunication? Hey, these things happen!

The Giants report to camp Monday and hit the field for practice Tuesday, nearly a week earlier than most teams, a jump-start based on their participation in the Aug. 3 Hall of Fame Game against the Bills.

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July 18 John Mara likes what he sees but won't be making any more Giants predictions. "I was the same idiot who said last year it was the best team we'd had in years," Mara said Thursday, "and look what happened."

Antrel Rolle named a Top-5 Safety. Safety, cornerback, linebacker, he does it all for them in some form on defense. But on a roster, you can be listed at only one spot. For Rolle, that's safety, and after a career year, he was ranked third in the NFL at his position by Bucky Brooks.

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July 17 It may be the single biggest question facing the Giants entering training camp: Will right guard Chris Snee be able to play this season? Nobody seems to know the answer.

The Giants - with over 40 new faces reporting on Monday, as well as a new offense led by Ben McAdoo - are proving to be one of the toughest teams to predict.

The Giants retooled their roster with a bevy of free agents, shoring up their secondary, offensive line and running back corps. But they're still looking for some help from within.

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July 16 Special Report - As we head into the Giants' training camp, which begins Monday, there are a few areas to mention -- and this time, they aren't going to be negative ones such as who will play tight end, who will be the middle linebacker and who will start at running back? In this case, why not concentrate on those who might come up with a superlative season?

Eli Manning says he's energized and revitalized, ready and excited to learn a new offensive scheme for the first time in a decade. And next week, when the Giants open training camp in East Rutherford, their two-time Super Bowl MVP quarterback will finally get to show it.

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Frank Gifford's book about the 1958 Giants-Colts NFL championship game - what has been called the single most memorable match-up in the history of professional football - has been optioned by HBO for a new film, the New York Post reports.

July 13 The grind begins one week from Monday. The Giants open training camp at their Quest Diagnostics Training Center leading into their 2014 season. There's a lot that will take place in the seven weeks before the 2014 campaign officially begins. Here are dates between now and then to circle on the calendar.

After a 7-9 campaign and a turnover of the Giants roster, the future still isn't so bright. "The foundation of the roster is weak," former front office executive and current analyst Louis Riddick said in ESPN's 2014 NFL Future Power Rankings.

July 12 Eli Manning works with Giants rookie receiver Odell Beckham at the Manning Passing Academy going over concepts and signals from the Giants' new offense under first-time coordinator Ben McAdoo.

The outlook for the Giants secondary in 2014 has been widely optimistic, and now a ranking by names a new member of the Giants defense as one of the best corners in the game.

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Steve Smith said that he rebuked the Giants in favor of the Eagles as an unrestricted free agent in 2011 because he was concerned that the window was closing on his potential NFL earnings due to his surgically repaired knee.
David Tyree's helmet catch in the waning minutes of the Super Bowl XLII victory over the New England Patriots had to be the winner for most memorable play in New York Giants history. The helmet catch was a runaway winner in fan balloting, pulling in more than 70 percent of the votes.

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