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Thu 8/11at Patriots7 PM
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2022 Regular Season Schedule
Sun 9/11at Tennessee*4:25 PM Sun 11/13   Houston1:00 PM
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Aug 8 Brian Daboll said he wanted a physical practice on Sunday, two days after his team went through its intrasquad scrimmage, and that's what he got. The emphasis for practice was the red zone, which has been a problem for the Giants in the past. From the first snap of the run period, pads were popping, and by the time they made it to the red zone sections, everybody understood the assignment. The offense led by the run game was able to find the end zone more often than not from the 10-yard-line out, but the defense made their fair share of plays.

Aug 6 Brian Daboll saw both sides make big plays in the Giants' Fan Fest scrimmage before a crowd of just over 26,000 in MetLife Stadium, which led to a mixture of conclusions, most of them positive. Officially, the blue (offense) defeated the white (defense), 15-3, though the scoring system was a bit difficult to discern.

Aug 5 The Giants open the MetLife Stadium doors Friday night for their annual Fan Fest, featuring the Blue-White scrimmage. This will be a tuneup for head coach Brian Daboll, his staff, and the players as they try to simulate some game-like scenarios in front of a MetLife Stadium crowd expected to number as high as 50,000. And Daboll said he and the rest of the team, which has held seven practices open to the fans this summer, is looking forward to the experience of working in a game-like environment inside the stadium.

Aug 4 Special Report - Head coach Brian Daboll is still wrestling with his team, and it appears most noticeable with the offensive line. In practice yesterday, center Jon Feliciano was only somewhat available (dehydration) and he practiced about half the time. He was replaced by the obvious second teamer, veteran free agent Max Garcia. But Daboll's second team offensive line, as currently constituted, cannot help but raise questions concerning depth.
That unit, at least the five who practiced yesterday, consists of LT Joshua Ezeudu, a rookie; LG Ben Bredeson; Garcia at center; RG Matt Gono; RT Marcus McKethan, a rookie. This unit is absolutely flexible, and not one of the positions has been certified as of yet. Daboll was asked whether he prefers a fixed starting unit on the offensive line or, as was done in Buffalo (his last stop) he wants to have a flexible group of six or seven in order to establish a rotation system.

Aug 2 For the first time in training camp, the Giants were wearing pads as they took the practice field at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center. Head Coach Brian Daboll spoke to the media in the morning, providing updates on several players before Adoree' Jackson and Kenny Golladay met with them following practice. For the third consecutive practice, alumni were present as two-time Super Bowl champion Kevin Boothe watched from the sideline. What we learned today:

Jul 31 For the second consecutive day, the Giants had some alumni present at practice. Howard Cross, Brandon Jacobs and Plaxico Burress were spotted on the sideline. After four days of practice to start training camp, things are about to pick up. The Giants will be donning pads for the first time on Monday as the calendar flips to August. It was clear today that the coaching staff aren't the only ones excited to put pads on - the players could not be more eager..

Jul 30 Giants training camp observations, Day 3: Brutal day for offense (and pass blocking), Dexter Lawrence dominates, Darnay Holmes looking great. For all the positive vibes around the Giants' line this offseason - mainly because of Andrew Thomas and Evan Neal - left guard and center remain significant questions, even though Mark Glowinski should be an upgrade at right guard.

Jul 29 As Brian Daboll said, Wednesday was really the start of the football season. The New York Giants, after holding logistical meetings on Tuesday, took the field for the first practice of training camp. It was the team's first day back on the field since minicamp closed in early June. Naturally, the excitement level was high with the fans back at camp. Highlights from the day.

Jul 24 Xavier McKinney talks Giants defense, 'disagreements' with previous regime, leadership. Head Coach Daboll has impacted us all honestly already. I've dealt with stuff my last two years with the coaching and everything going on. But I think he's done a tremendous job of being transparent with us, of being that player's coach type deal..

Jul 19 Special Report - Just about a week to go before training camp opens for the Giants, and however their season goes, at least they'll know they signed all 11 draft picks. The last two came to terms yesterday - second-round wide receiver Wan'Dale Robinson and fourth-round (the second of three) safety Dane Belton. They were the final two left unsigned, and Robinson is predicted as a starter.
He's a diminutive sprout, standing 5-8 and maybe pushing the needle on the scale to 180 pounds, but he has the speed of a hummingbird and those who worked against him in minicamp insist he has that uncanny ability of making himself invisible and reappearing just as the pass starts to come down. Fans should find out early, or at be able to formulate some idea, of how the rebuilding 2022 season will go, after the first five games of the schedule.

Jul 17 The New York Giants haven't even played a down in 2022 and thus have nothing other than optimism that quarterback Daniel Jones will finally flourish after three seasons of being stuck in the mud. Still, that's not stopping some of the most knowledgeable analysts in the game from making bold predictions regarding the Giants' future at quarterback, one of whom is former NFL (and Giants backup) quarterback David Carr, now an NFL Network analyst.

Jul 10 Besides quarterback Daniel Jones, perhaps no other member from the New York Giants draft class of 2019 is as big of a mystery than receiver Darius Slayton. Slayton, the team's fifth-round draft pick in that class, burst onto the scene with an impressive rookie season in which he recorded 48 receptions for 740 yards and a team-leading eight touchdowns. He battled through injuries in Years 2 and 3 and even missed four games last season with a leg injury.

Jul 4 Analyzing potential Giants outcomes of Saquon Barkley's contract dilemma. How much does a great running back impact winning? Of the 12 teams paying the highest salaries to running backs in 2021, only three made the playoffs. The downside in letting Barkley leave as a free agent is three-fold: Criticism for not getting anything in return for one of the roster's few assets, reliving the 2018 decision to pass on quarterback Josh Allen and offensive lineman Quenton Nelson to draft Barkley, and the fear that he fulfills his Hall of Fame potential elsewhere.

Jul 1 Special Report - During this prolonged, or does it just seem that way, preseason period, our Scott Landstrom has found time to research the eerie similarities between the 2007 Giants, who "shocked the world" and took a 9-7 record into the Super Bowl where they beat the undefeated New England Patriots, and this year's version, the 2022 Giants, who seem to be gifted with the same incredible improvements. This year's Giants have been picked the second-most likely to "shock the world" yet again. Read on see if you agree.

Jun 28 Giants rookie Kayvon Thibodeaux will be ready for his first NFL training camp when the New York Giants rookies report on July 19. The No. 5 overall pick in the 2022 NFL Draft reportedly sustained a minor hip injury during a spring practice, but Thibodeaux said Monday during a visit to NFL Network that it's full speed ahead for his first season.

Jun 26 Daniel Jones opens up about his uncertain Giants future: 'Trust in what you do' With his fourth NFL training camp approaching, Jones is on the hot seat, and he knows it. There is a new general manager, Joe Schoen, who was working in Buffalo when the Giants selected Jones out of Duke. There is a new head coach, Brian Daboll, who also was in Buffalo when Jones was drafted. They want it to work with Jones, but have no legacy or reputation on the line with him.

Jun 24 With the departure of CB James Bradberry and no significant acquisitions at the position this offseason, Jackson will have to step up and fill that CB1 role. Will Jackson live up to the potential that led him to be selected 18th overall in the 2017 draft, or will the Giants be looking for their lockdown No. 1 option at the position again this time next year?

Jun 20 Elerson Smith reveling in second chance to establish himself on Giants' defense. A severe hamstring strain knocked the fourth-round pick in the 2021 draft out of his first NFL training camp, landed him on injured reserve and put him way behind. Smith did not make his Giants debut until Week 9, limited to special teams.If Wink Martindale has any inkling Smith can play a role in what will be a much more aggressive defense, he will find a spot for him.

Jun 14 Once among the worst units in the league, the Giants' offensive line's stock is rising following a strong off-season of strategic moves. General manager Joe Schoen replaced every starter on the unit except for left tackle Andrew Thomas, bringing in several guys who had prior experience playing for head coach Brian Daboll in Buffalo, such as Jamil Douglas and Jon Feliciano.

Jun 12 The Giants moved on from starting safeties Logan Ryan and Jabrill Peppers as well as starting outside cornerback James Bradberry. There will now be a competition to fill Bradberry's former position and third-year corner Darnay Holmes could be a sleeper in this battle.

Jun 10 Giants cancel practice on final day of mandatory minicamp. The team said it was holding an organizational function instead of a practice. That means the next time the Giants and coach Brian Daboll will get together on the field will be July 26, when the team reports for the start of training camp.

Jun 9 Giants minicamp observations, Day 2: Offensive bounce-back? The defense dominated in Tuesday's practice. There wasn't much opportunity for an encore on Wednesday, but the offense did look better. The offense scored a few touchdowns during the live 11-on-11 period, including another on a pass from Daniel Jones to Saquon Barkley. It's been said many times in the spring already, but Barkley clearly is going to be a significant part of the passing offense in 2022.

Jun 8 On the first day of the mandatory minicamp, Wink Martindale turned up the heat. The new Giants' defensive coordinator is known for his exotic and frequent pressure packages and he unveiled some of them on Tuesday. "You know, Wink came out with some Wink stuff today," center Jon Feliciano said. "I think the defense won today. You know, we'll be able to grow from it." There were plays blown up when free rushers on defense stormed into the offensive backfield.

Jun 7 The Giants off-season program concludes this week as the team will take the field for a mandatory three-day minicamp. Head coach Brian Daboll's goal this spring has been simple. Get the players and coaches acclimated to each other so that the team will be able to up its tempo to the next level by training camp.

Jun 3 Special Report - The Giants went through OTA Day Nine in the sweltering heat Thursday, meaning there is only one more OTA Day remaining before the mandatory minicamp June 7. Head coach Brian Daboll, after the demanding workout, commented on the problem of getting close to players who must eventually be released as teams slowly chip away from the camp roster number of 90 to the season opening number of 53. And it is neither easy nor emotionally pleasant. "Well, it's just the nature of the league," he said. "You have to release players and get down; those are the rules. That's part of the job.
"It's not fun. I've had relationships with players when I was a position coach and a coordinator who you have conversations with. But there are only so many guys you can keep. You certainly have empathy for those players who give everything they got, and at the end of the day you just have to move on from them for whatever reason. Numbers, maybe, or not as good as the other person in front of them."

Jun 1 The Giants returned from the long weekend for the seventh of 10 organized team practice activities (OTAs). It was a shorter one before the team boarded buses for the organization's annual charity golf outing. Here are the highlights from - OTA No. 7 | Touchdowns | Takeaways | More top plays| Remaining practices.

May 29 When Wink Martindale was hired as the defensive coordinator of the New York Giants, there was rampant speculation about his unit this season. The analytics and Martindale's reputation for being aggressive fueled the feeling the Giants were about to go wild on defense. There would be blitzes every other play, multiple schemes, defenders in unexpected alignments and a return to the good old days of Lawrence Taylor, Harry Carson and one of the NFL's top defenses. Martindale wants his defense to dictate to opposing offenses, both physically and mentally.

May 27 The Giants on Thursday held their sixth practice of organized team activities. They have four of these voluntary practices left, and then their three-day mandatory minicamp. And then they're off until training camp starts in late July. How does the offensive line look?

May 21 Azeez Ojulari knows he might own a Giants record for just one year. In 2021, Ojulari, a second-round draft choice, finished with a team-high 8.0 sacks, the highest total by a Giants rookie since individual sacks became an official statistic in 1982. The next possessor of the rookie sack record might already be in the locker room. Last month, the Giants selected pass rush specialist Kayvon Thibodeaux with the fifth overall pick in the NFL Draft. The 6-5, 258-pounder had 19.0 sacks in 32 games over three seasons at the University of Oregon. That included a school freshman-record 9.0 sacks in 2019.

May 20 For now, Mike Kafka is the offensive play-caller for the Giants - now being the organized team activity sessions this spring. It is Kafka, the first-year offensive coordinator, who is making the calls to the quarterbacks in these practices. Brian Daboll was the offensive coordinator in Buffalo and has extensive experience as a playcaller Often, former coordinators find it difficult to hand over the keys to their offense for someone else to drive. Daboll has not said what he will do moving forward into the season.

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James Bradberry signs one-year deal with Philadelphia Eagles. The deal will pay him $7.5 million, including $7.25 million guaranteed, and has another $2.5 million in upside, bringing the total possible value of the deal to $10 million.

May 18 The Giants finally brought in some help in their quest to replace James Bradberry at cornerback. Wednesday, they signed two cornerbacks. And both have ties to Giants defensive coordinator Wink Martindale. The Giants first agreed to sign veteran Maurice Canady. They also signed Khalil Dorsey, who spent the last two years with the Ravens (and Martindale) but missed the 2021 season with an injury.

May 17 Special Report - The shopping has finished, aside from a few odds and ends. The grill is going, the smoker ready, the oven at temperature. Can you guess what general manager Joe Schoen and head coach Brian Daboll are cooking? No, not yet but we are starting to get an idea. Offensively, the Giants were an abject disaster in 2021. Injuries, poor play, turnovers, penalties ... all worked to keep the scrappy team down.
Scrappy means nothing, but it was tough to spot any quit in the team, just lack of, well, everything. This year, the Giants have done plenty to bolster some parts of the offense - Schoen's is really a two-year plan - but are they ready to turn things around, score some points and win some games? Let's talk about it.

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