Giants slowly putting things together
It had become concerning that New York Giants’ rookie first round pick, wide receiver Kadarius Toney wasn’t able to make it through an entire practice session until Wednesday.
Of course Toney looked explosive and looked great in and out of his cuts on Wednesday.
”He’s electric,” special teams coordinator Thomas McGaughey said while talking to reporters, via NJ.com.
Zack Rosenblatt of NJ.com mentioned that quarterback Daniel Jones and wide receiver Kenny Golladay spent some extra time working together in the red zone. Of course Golladay will be Jones’ goto receiver when the season starts.
Back-up quarterback Mike Glennon had a rough day when it comes to his accuracy. Of course the hope is that he never plays this season and that Jones is able to play an entire 17 game regular season.
With starting left tackle Andrew Thomas undergoing offseason ankle surgery, it looks like the Giants are taking things slow with him, according to Rosenblatt. They aren’t having him do everything, which makes sense.
The media also finally got a look at free agent wide receiver John Ross, who has to prove this season that he can make an impact while staying healthy after flaming out with the Cincinnati Bengals.
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