Massive training camp, week 2: 6 climbs and 3 falls

Massive training camp, week 2: 6 climbs and 3 falls


of New York Giants They now turn to training camp in two weeks and the pre-season, which starts on Thursday The New England Patriots.


Jeremiah Hall and Andre Miller – I’m going to put the two undrafted free agent tight ends together because they feel like packed practices and fan fest scrimmages have gotten the attention of the coaching staff and they can compete for the same roster spot. Place.

Both hall, I recently spoke with 1-on-1, and Miller has been getting first team reps in recent days. Obviously, those first-team reps are generally coming in full force. Hall, who played fullback for two years at Oklahoma, thinks Miller would benefit from a converted wide receiver in that role. But Miller caught a 1-yard touchdown pass from Daniel Jones while coming out of the backfield during a fan fest.

Both players should pay close attention.

Darrian Beavers – After drafting Micah McFadden in the 5th round, the Giants drafted Beavers in the 6th round. Seriously, he did that on both the run and the pass.

Joshua Ezeudu – A third-round pick out of North Carolina who is unlikely to get a starting job unless there is a major injury on the offensive line. His importance to the Giants, however, appears to be growing. Izudu has worked at both tackle positions, left guard and may have gotten some right guard reps although I don’t recall seeing any, if not it may have been following the Marcus Maketa injury.

After Matt Gono left the team with a career-threatening neck injury, Ezeudo is now in the swing of things. In fact, he may be the first offensive lineman off the bench due to injury.

Kenny Golladay – The highest paid wide receiver had a great week of practice. He was fantastic on Wednesday, making the kinds of plays that the organization had brought him a year ago. Perhaps his offseason work with Daniel Jones and the goalie being able to practice every day in training camp is starting to pay off.

Collin Johnson – Don’t overlook this third-year receiver in the battle for roster spots at that position. He made several plays last week, including hauling in a long pass from Tyrod Taylor on Friday night. He has size, ability to make plays down the field and experience on special teams.


Darius Slayton – Every time I bring up the idea that the fourth-year wide receiver might be in danger of not making the roster, some of you want to hunt me down. The truth is, it’s time to start believing your eyes. Slayton only worked out with the third team during FanFest on Friday, and certainly didn’t make any plays that would have pushed the coaching staff further down the depth chart.

He has speed. It has already achieved success. My stance at the start of training camp was that Slayton should be the standout of camp, forcing Brian Daboll and co to keep him around. So far, that’s not happening. Johnson, CJ Board, Richie James and even David Sills were better. There is still time and opportunity for Slayton, but he has to do better.

The depth of the offensive line – Gono’s withdrawal from the team and the injury to McKethan have thrown a wrench into the selection of a squad that already has serious question marks.

Quincy Roche – I still feel Roche made the team, but both Ellerson Smith and Oshan Ximines have made more plays so far. Roche looks set to be featured in the preseason games.



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