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‘Valentine’s Views’ podcast: Mini-camp breakdown

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Evan Engram
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The New York Giants have concluded their three-day mandatory mini-camp. After two OTAs early next week, veteran players will head off for a summer break before training camp.

On a new episode of the ‘Valentine’s Views’ podcast, Patricia Traina and I break down five topics of interest from mini-camp.

  • Should there be any concern about the odd spring experienced by first-round pick Kadarius Toney?
  • Did a “jacked” Daniel Jones give us any hints this spring about whether or not he is ready to take a Year 3 leap?
  • Should there be any worry about Saquon Barkley as he works his way back from a torn ACL.
  • Is there any concern that defensive coordinator Patrick Graham will have a difficult time fitting the pieces together in what looks like a deep secondary?
  • Should the offseason leave Giants fans feeling optimistic or pessimistic about the 2021 season?

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