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Giants morning report: A glimpse of Victor Cruz running routes

New York Giants headlines for Monday, 7/20.

Steven Ryan-USA TODAY Sports

Good morning, Giants fans! Here are some Monday morning headlines to start off your week.

Here is a quick look at Victor Cruz working to get ready for training camp, courtesyof his Instagram account.

Geoff Schwartz looking forward to the "grind" of training camp.

Pat Traina has five story lines to watch at the beginning of training camp.

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I played two different defensive fronts in my four years at Southern which makes me very versatile. I played across the whole line from a zero (technique) to a nine. My natural size gives me good ballast and makes me excel at stopping the run. Some reports (from scouts) relate my game similar to Leonard Williams from USC due to my athletic ability. I’m also a raw talent due to the fact that I only played one year of high school and still elevating my game giving me enormous potential down the line. A weakness of mine would be my pass rushing skills, which is not mediocre, but needs to be refined.  Ever since my pro day there it (Giants) felt like home. The facility is beautiful and so are the people there. It is truly an honor to call myself a Giant - See more at: http://proplayerinsiders.com/nfl-player-team-news-features/carlif-taylor-realizing-dream-playing-new-york-giants/#sthash.CrKTZfFg.dpuf
I played two different defensive fronts in my four years at Southern which makes me very versatile. I played across the whole line from a zero (technique) to a nine. My natural size gives me good ballast and makes me excel at stopping the run. Some reports (from scouts) relate my game similar to Leonard Williams from USC due to my athletic ability. I’m also a raw talent due to the fact that I only played one year of high school and still elevating my game giving me enormous potential down the line. A weakness of mine would be my pass rushing skills, which is not mediocre, but needs to be refined.  Ever since my pro day there it (Giants) felt like home. The facility is beautiful and so are the people there. It is truly an honor to call myself a Giant - See more at: http://proplayerinsiders.com/nfl-player-team-news-features/carlif-taylor-realizing-dream-playing-new-york-giants/#sthash.CrKTZfFg.dpuf
I played two different defensive fronts in my four years at Southern which makes me very versatile. I played across the whole line from a zero (technique) to a nine. My natural size gives me good ballast and makes me excel at stopping the run. Some reports (from scouts) relate my game similar to Leonard Williams from USC due to my athletic ability. I’m also a raw talent due to the fact that I only played one year of high school and still elevating my game giving me enormous potential down the line. A weakness of mine would be my pass rushing skills, which is not mediocre, but needs to be refined.  Ever since my pro day there it (Giants) felt like home. The facility is beautiful and so are the people there. It is truly an honor to call myself a Giant - See more at: http://proplayerinsiders.com/nfl-player-team-news-features/carlif-taylor-realizing-dream-playing-new-york-giants/#sthash.CrKTZfFg.dpuf