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|RRoble||Training Camps 2009 (page: 1 2)||23||Aug 28 2009, 2:44 PM EDT by RRoble|
Thread started: May 1 2009, 3:44 PM EDT Watch
Let's keep tabs on the NY Giants Training Camp 2009 here.
What are your lastest thoughts, feelings and advice now that the draft is over and the Giants are looking ahead to the regular season's 1st game?
Cool video from the University at Albany about Giants training camp:
For me, I would like to see the front office continue to press for added competition with the kicker, returner's and db positions. The quality depth the Giants recently added will make training camp even tougher than in year's gone past to simply make the team. That has to be good. The Eagles sure improved...
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|Giantsfan2454||Training Camp 2009||0||May 3 2009, 5:47 PM EDT by Giantsfan2454|
Thread started: May 3 2009, 5:47 PM EDT Watch
There is nothing that gets me going like New York Giants training camp. It is the opportunity to see young players improve or veterans regress their positions. As a frequent visitor to UAlbany's beautiful campus filled with Giants players, I have seen my favorite players (and gotten there autographs along the way) and watched them make the hardest maneuvers look so easy. Some of my favorite players to watch were primarily at running back and wide reciever from the recent years. Watching the likes of Ryan Grant (I liked him early on 'cause he was a Notre Dame guy), Derrick Ward and presently Danny Ware. Coach Coughlin has done well in preparing this running backs from the virtual unknowns to becoming one with their NFL Future. It was also a treat to watch Brandon London and Anthony Mix grown as wide recievers in recent past. But as the time passes slowly until that first week of August, I would like to see a good battle between Danny Clark and Clint Stintim. I believe that Coach Coughlin enjoys his veterans and will give them the respect they deserve, but after watching Stintim in several of his games (UVA vs. USC and VT vs UVA), I watched as his team got crushed and overwehelmed by USC and put a solid effort in against VT. I also would like to see the continued battle between Aaron Ross and Corey Webster. While they are both talented, both are young, but most be the leaders in a very young secondary. With the veterans of McQuarters and Madison let go, it is their time to show the young guys the ropes. I also enjoy watching the Defensive Line coached by Mike Waufle because in the past years it was nice to see Justin Tuck develop in 2007 (he ended with a 10 sack season) and Dave Tollefson develop in 2008 (he ended with a 5 sack season). It is more than just getting autographs, even though I'm very good at doing that. (I got 57 of the 80 invited to camp last season and 6 coaches and 2 main office people (Reese and John K. Mara))
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