Giants Training Camp Day 5: The first takeaway for training

East Rutherford, NJ – New York Giants coach Brian Dabol promised a heavy run on Monday, the first time the Giants have run on full podiums.

On a gray, foggy day at the Diagnostics Training Center, that’s exactly what Daboll’s Giants delivered.

We saw a heavy dose of the traditional, mostly NFL-style running game during Monday’s practice. We saw quite a few shots (I didn’t count the exact total) with the center lined up under the center. This was, in fact, the first time in training camp that I can remember seeing quarterback Daniel Jones lining up under the center. Jones, Tyrod Taylor and Davis Webb all spent time under center as the Giants mixed in and stretched, as well as two outfield games with some passing passes, a handful of shotgun rounds and a few area readings/designs running the quarterback.

“It’s all about the basics for now: leverage, hand position, ability to break away when you are caught and grabbed. We allow more things in practice: forward shots and twists, power lunges, attacking defensive linemen when they are jumping in … different things. We allow it. So, that’s where the game is played,” Daboll said. “But today we are looking for good energy. I would say, we put rules into practice. We don’t put it into practice. We have to take care of our youth. But we want to be physical. We want to be in good shape. Play with good leverage. Play hard. Move Line of melee. Stop the line of melee.”

Here’s Daboll’s pre-workout with more on what he hoped to achieve in his first padded exercise.

Injury notes: Dane Belton sidelined

Four Giants were suspended from practice. Starting position John Feliciano missed out on third in a row after suffering heat/water related issues at the end of last Thursday’s training. Rookie safety Dane Belton did not train, and was seen with his left arm in a sling. Jordan Ranan from ESPN mentioned it Pelton has a broken collarbone And it will come out “for a long period of time”. Newsday’s Tom Rock wrote that Pelton would do it He might be out until mid-season.

The safety of Garen Williams, who wasted a long spring and tight end, Ricky Seals Jones, did not train with undisclosed injuries.

The Giants performed a post-drill workout for the player. Perhaps that could move a list that includes Pelton.

Where is 7 on 7 action?

A staple of every training camp I’ve seen in recent seasons, whether it’s run by Ben McAdoo, Pat Shurmore or Joe Judge, has been 7 on 7. So far in this camp, I don’t remember seeing the Giants run 7 against 7. The training periods were either singles Or 11 by 11.

I asked Daboll on Monday to clarify this.

“The quarterback liked to feel the people around him,” Daboll said. “There is a time and a place for that (7-on-7). In some of these locations instead of 7-on-7, we worked with a single technique, whether it was 1-on-1s, 2-on-2s, 3-on-3s…I think it is from The important thing is for the midfielder to feel for the people around him, in particular.”

One Line One Line Drills: Oshane Ximines Schools Evan Neal

One of the most memorable understated practices is watching the men of the offensive and defensive lines fight 1-on-1 without restrictions.

  • Ochan Siemens, battling to hold a 53-man spot on the roster, whipped the right rookie up against Evan Neal each time the duo were matched. The first time, Ximines left Neil on the floor. The second time, use a quick lunge to pass Neil outward. Ximines also beat Nigerian rising left-back Roy Mbitka with an inside move. Ximines, however, endured Daboll’s wrath for the sneak kick below. He had two of them on Monday.
  • Andrew Thomas and Kevin Tipodox tied twice. Thomas was stoned number 5 overall on both occasions. Thibodeaux beat backup tackle Matt Juno around the edge.
  • Leonard Williams and Dexter Lawrence won reps with a strong bull impulse. Williams pushed Mark Glowinsky back with one rep. Lawrence led the quarterback Jamil Douglas back to what would have been a quarterback roll on a rep.

Shen Limeu in the center?

With Feliciano sidelined, Shane Lemieux took some first-team reps in center for the second consecutive practice. When he was drafted into the fifth round in 2020, there was some belief that Lemieux, an Oregon exclusive guard, could play the quarterback. He worked there during pre-season 2020.

Daboll said Lemieux was “good” in position on Saturday.

“We want to try to create flexibility in the situation for our confrontations. And obviously with John out, you know with Ben (Bredeson) and Jamil (Douglas), we wanted to add Lemieux inside and get (Joshua) Ezeudu some work inside with those against Leo (Williams) And Dexter (Lawrence) are such guys,” Daboll said. “He did a good job.”

The Giants do not have any signed positions after this season. Could Lemieux be a long-term answer there, perhaps with Ezeudu, a third-round rookie, slipping next to him at the left guard?

“I haven’t gone that way far enough,” Daboll said. “I think the flexibility of the situation is very important, whether it’s for Marcus (Mc McEthan) on guard and intervening. For John (Feliciano) on guard and stepping in.” “The more you can do up front, the better for the player. The more chances he gets.”

Quote from today

– Adoree ‘Jackson on Darnay Holmes’. – Adoree’ Jackson on Darnay Holmes

transient problems

I was afraid to publish these passing numbers, which is probably why there are 900 words in the story. These are all unofficial numbers based on my observations.

  • Daniel Jones: 6 of 15, lost his last six throws. There have been a number of eliminations and at least two miscommunication with receivers.
  • Tyrod Taylor: 8 out of 11.
  • Davis Webb: 2 of 4.

other notes

  • Edge Ellerson slammed Smith around the right end of what appeared to be a bag of Tyrod Taylor. The Ximines was also a pressure on Taylor that may or may not be a direct-action sack.
  • Rookie linebacker, Darian Beavers, stopped Sacon Barkley on the field while working with the first-team defense.
  • Thibodeaux circled Thomas once during 11-on-11 to take Jones out of pocket.
  • Unpolished Tight Ends Andre Miller and Austin Allen have had some first-team reps. Interestingly, Miller’s representatives lined up the field as a major hurdle. Miller was a wide receiver in Maine.
  • There was a tough match at one point between linebacker Matt Breda and linebacker Cam Brown.
  • Shotguns were a big problem on Friday and Saturday. The only bad surprise for Monday’s practice came when Jamil Douglas sailed so high that Jones hit and held her.
  • The Giants staged an interesting play as Wan’Dale Robinson lined up as the Wildcat quarterback, with Jones in the slot. Then the two pointed to their usual places before the kidnapper.
  • The best pass game of the day came when CJ Board made a nice hold for Taylor’s throw across the middle while Michael Jacquet covered it tight.
  • Placekicker Graham Gano went 7 of 8 on field shooting attempts from 33 to 52 yards. His only miss came from 43 yards.

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