The New York Giants officially open training camp on Thursday and there are several storylines that will immediately jump to the forefront. Giants 101 takes a quick look at each.
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Defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul will not be in East Rutherford when the New York Giants report to training camp on Thursday. Rather, the two-time Pro Bowler will remain in Florida, intentionally away from the team, as he recover from a July 4th fireworks accident that left him without his right index finger.
As we head towards the official start to 2015 training camp, Giants 101 takes an in-depth look at the team's defensive line and what fans can expect to see throughout camp and the preseason.
The New York Giants will not offer CB Prince Amukamara a new contract until after the 2015 regular season. The veteran cornerback understands why, and says he'll simply have to prove himself worthy this year.
The New York Giants met with free agent OT Jake Long for the second time on Wednesday and he is said to have medically "checked out." However, he left without a contract and will now meet with the Denver Broncos.
After such an overwhelming number of changes in both Philadelphia and Dallas, as well as the continued uncertainty in Washington, the New York Giants now have the most established offense in the NFC East in only their second year under Ben McAdoo.
The New York Giants and QB Eli Manning are not close on a deal quite yet, but co-owner John Mara is confident something will get done during the season and that Eli will go on to retire as a member of Big Blue.
New York Giants co-owner John Mara has finally addressed the Jason Pierre-Paul situation, saying he's "disappointed" by what happened and Pierre-Paul's decision to shut the team out. Ultimately, Mara says there is no moving forward until JPP allows team doctors to examine him.
New York Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr. is the kind of person who has a hard time letting go of things, which is why we're not at all surprising that he continues to address, discuss and deny a photo that we all already know wasn't him.
As we head towards the official start to 2015 training camp, Giants 101 takes an in-depth look at the team's offensive line and what fans can expect to see throughout camp and the preseason.