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New York Giants Will Open Training Camp on July 26th; Dates Set for Three Preseason Games

April 16th, 2013 at 12:20 PM
By Dan Benton

Voluntary offseason workouts are officially underway, Organized Team Activities (OTAs) and mini-camps have been schedule, and on Tuesday, the New York Giants announced that they will open training camp on July 26th with the first practice being held on July 27th. And, as has been previously reported, training camp will be held at the TIMEX Performance Center in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

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In addition to the training camp information, three of the team's four preseason games have also been officially scheduled.

Both the Steelers game and the Patriots game will be aired on local channels, with the Colts game being aired on FOX. There's still no information on a date, time or broadcast for the Jets game.


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One Response to “New York Giants Will Open Training Camp on July 26th; Dates Set for Three Preseason Games”

  1.  fanfor55years says:

    The draft projection I posted last thread is not what I’d like to see, but what I expect to see. Is that the way this thing is being done?

    I don’t disagree that Ogletree may be better than Jones, but I cannot see the Giants wanting Ogletree on the team. And I think Jones has plenty of upside as a SAM who can both stay stout against the run and rush the passer, and can be extremely well-used as an edge rusher if Fewell gets creative. He is a far better version of Tracy, who I think was drafted with the idea that he could do what I think they would expect Jones to do if he’s drafted.

    My real concerns about Jones are all medical. Spinal stenosis is a big deal. If it is more than very minor then the Giants won’t take him. If that’s the case then my draft projection is DOA, but I don’t expect to be anywhere close to the ultimate reality anyway.

    By the way, I assumed that Warmack is gone within the first few picks, that Fluker is gone, that Ansah, Jordan, Werner and Rhodes are all gone, that their interviews with Richardson don’t convince them he has the motivation to play well for years, that Star is gone, and that in the end it comes down to Cooper, Vaccaro, Jones, Williams, Datone Jones, and Trufant. Lots of assumptions there, many almost certainly wrong. But hey, we’re all just whistling past the graveyard this year since we cannot have any real idea what the draft room wants.

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