Good morning, New York Giants' fans! The Giants might be on summer vacation, but that doesn't mean there aren't things to talk about. So, let's see what sort of news is out there.
If you have been following, you know that we are profiling each player on the Giants' 90-man roster. If you have missed any of the profiles we have done so far, check our player profiles StoryStream to get caught up.
Ralph Vacchiano sat down with rookie defensive tackle Jay Bromley, and came away thinking that Bromley's work ethic and desire might make him a great player one day:
"I don’t expect to be the best defensive tackle in the league in my rookie year," Bromley says. "But don’t get me wrong, the goal is there. The goal is to be the best at my position. But I know there’s steps I have to take, learning from the guys that have had that experience. You know, I’m not looking to take second place in anything, but I also understand there’s steps you have to take to become that kind of player."
Jordan Ranaan of NJ.com breaks down the Giants' options in the return game. One thing I disagree with Ranaan about is his assumption that Trindon Holliday will be the No. 1 kickoff returner -- if he makes the team. Quintin Demps has been taking first-team kickoff return reps, and does not come with the ball security concerns Holliday (11 fumbles in two seasons) has.