Good morning, New York Giants fans! Here are some headlines to keep an eye on Wednesday morning.
Dwayne Harris: Cowboys camp was "an all-out brawl"
New Giants wide receiver/punt returner Dwayne Harris is enjoying his first training camp with Big Blue, so much so that he believes it is more fun than the Cowboys training camp, where he claims players were "always arguing" and it was like "an all-out brawl." Harris played with the Cowboys for four years before joining the Giants this offseason. And while there recently was a spat involving offensive tackle Justin Pugh and Damontre Moore, Harris believes that the goals are to learn, improve, be safe and have fun with the Giants during training camp.
"In Dallas, it's more intense. There is a lot more buildup. We do one-on-ones or defense vs. offense. I think there is more intensity there. This is more professional. Everyone is trying to keep each other safe."
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Robert Griffin III says the Redskins "aren't asking (him) to be Superman."