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Giants training camp 2018: Sights and sounds from Sunday’s practice

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Some of the best sights, sounds, and moments from the Giants’ fourth practice

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The New York Giants 2018 training camp is in full swing, with their fourth full-team practice and second straight padded practice.

As we have done for previous practices, and will continue to do, we are bringing a little bit of the Giants’ training camp experience to fans who can’t make it to the Meadowlands to be there in person.

We have to start with the media session before practice and the Giants’ number one corner, Janoris Jenkins.

Jackrabbit’s novel ‘Do

Jenkins has had strong practices so far in camp, and we’ve already mentioned that he was asked about the death of friend, Roosevelt Rene. But now we need to talk about his hair, and hat choice.

That is... That’s really something.

Padded practice No. 2!

The Giants are obviously looking to set a hard, physical tone early in their camp, with five straight days of practice (more for rookies and select vets), three straight padded, before their first rest day.

Before we get to the team portion of practice, we get to see Kyle Lauletta, Eli Manning, Davis Webb, and Alex Tanney practicing their Synchronized Quarterbacking routine:

And we’re in to something that looks like football:

Donte Deayon is picking up where he left off last practice. There are questions about his size, but definitely not about his ball skills.

Webb made up for it shortly after that, showing off his wheels and his arm

Later on, Olivier Vernon — who seems to have taken well to the outside linebacker position — came up with an interception.

And then the offense does something like this:

The Giants finished up their fourth practice with some special teams drills, which saw Saquon Barkley back returning kicks. That might give fans pause (and possible heart issues), but he was a dangerous returner in college.

And finally ...