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What did we learn about the New York Giants during the past week?

Let's look back at the headlines and find out

Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports
As we wind our way through Memorial Day Weekend let's look back at the past week and see what we learned about the New York Giants.

We learned that Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie missed the first voluntary OTA, but that it wasn't a big deal because he showed up the next day after attending to a personal matter.

We learned that the Giants are targeting training camp for a return to the field by Victor Cruz.

We learned that undrafted free agent running Marshaun Coprich is a confident young man who believes he belongs in the NFL.

We learned that defensive tackle Damon Harrison likes to keep promises he makes to his mom.

We learned that safety Cooper Taylor is out of action following surgery for a sports hernia, and we speculated that he may end up being out of a job entirely.

We learned that center Weston Richburg expects "great things" from the Giants offensive line.

We learned that the Giants defense has a chance to evolve in 2016.

We learned that running back Orleans Darkwa might find it difficult to make the roster.

We learned that there are still free agents on the market worth considering.