A reported on Wednesday asked Giants tight end Rhett Ellison, playing for someone other than the Minnesota Vikings for the first time in his six-year NFL career, what the biggest adjustment had been. The answer was a surprising, and human, one:
“My wife (Raina) and I are expecting our first baby, so that was number one. We had to get a new OBGYN and figure out where we’re going to have this baby,” Ellison said. “Then, it’s like, ‘Where are we going to live? What are we going to do with our living situation in Minnesota?’ And then it gets to the playbook, and that’s where we are at right now. So there are adjustments in every aspect of your life when you change teams.”
Webb Did “Nice Job” In First Team Action
How did coach Ben McAdoo assess the work by rookie quarterback Davis Webb on Wednesday in his first 11-on-11 session of training camp?
“He did a nice job,’ McAdoo said. “It was a tough situation to come in, two-minute drill there. We needed a field goal to tie, a touchdown to win, came up short, but it was a good, productive drill.”