The big news as training camp begins is that the team will be without Jason Pierre-Paul. But the team is getting healthier.
New York Giants coach Tom Coughlin is optimistic that guard Chris Snee and center David Baas will be healthy enough to resume activity at the start of training camp.
"That’s what I’m told, that they will be ready to go," Coughlin said after practice on Tuesday. "I’m sure there will be some limitations. It won’t be like what it is here. They’ll be able to work."
Snee, 31, is recovering from hip surgery. The veteran lineman has been working out on an individual basis for nearly two months, but continues to sport a heavy wrap around his left hip.
Baas, also 31, underwent a second surgery in February to remove bone spurs from his elbow. He watched practice Tuesday with a wrap around his knee.