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“One hundred percent,” veteran leader Michael Thomas said. “There’s definitely a feeling like, ‘OK, we’ve just got to stick together, band together.’ Because it could have easily gone in another direction where a lot of key guys or key veterans might have been gone, and that wasn’t the case.
“So that shows that this team believes in us, coaches believe in us, and as players we’ve got to go out there and make plays, execute our jobs, and eliminate mistakes that are giving teams points,” he added. “There’s definitely a way better feeling in this locker room.”
“I think they really do feel like we’re on the right path,’’ Shurmur told The Post after practice. “We’ve given ourselves an opportunity to win a couple of these games and didn’t quite do it yet, for whatever reason, and they’re looking to change that. I do believe they believe in the message, and I do believe they see a direction.’’
Dexter Lawrence, DT, New York Giants: Lawrence has started every game for the Giants and played at least 63% of the snaps in each of the past five games. The 17th pick of the draft had a sack and blocked an extra point against the Buccaneers in Week 3 to go with five tackles and a sack against the Vikings in Week 5. Some looked at him as primarily an early-down run defender during the draft buildup, but he has consistently shown the ability to generate inside pressure in the pass rush.
Ex-Giants safety Kamrin Moore cleared of domestic violence charges
Former Giants safety Kamrin Moore was cleared of domestic violence charges when a Union County, New Jersey grand jury declined to indict.
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