Good morning, New York Giants' fans! Here are your Friday morning links, filled with lots of leftovers from Thursday's OTA media access.
Damontre Moore: pass rush project
As Giants defensive line coach Robert Nunn said, it’s hard to tell what’s real on the practice field until everyone puts their pads on, but the early signs from third-round defensive end Damontre Moore from Texas A&M have been encouraging. The timetable for him and some of the club’s other young defensive linemen has been accelerated because of Jason Pierre-Paul’s recent back surgery.
Speaking of Moore after Thursday’s OTA practice, Nunn said, "I’m very pleased with where he is right now, but I told him he’s got a long ways to go and a short time to get there. He’s got to grow up fast. If he does, he’s going to have an opportunity to be on the field on Sundays."
Boring Giants? Only In Comparison To NY’s Other Teams " CBS New York
This column is going to be boring. This one is about the Giants, which means minimal drama and maximum work even during the offseason program.
Herzlich among early leaders in LB stakes - Giants Blog - ESPN New York
Herzlich, playing the middle, had an interception of Eli Manning during seven-on-seven drills Thursday -- the only day reporters were allowed to watch this week. Turns out it wasn't the only big play of the week.
"The other day, Keith Rivers made a heck of a play in a two-minute drill," Coughlin said. "Herzlich’s made some plays -- two days in a row now he’s intercepted balls."