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McKinney noted that he still feels like a rookie after missing his first 11 games last year. Evan Engram and cornerback Darnay Holmes were also named standouts.
Barkley obviously wasn’t a full participant at practice, but he was seen sprinting and generally moving around well. Daniel Jones improved over his disappointing first practice and stayed behind to keep running drills with Kenny Golladay, Austin Mack and David Sills.
Why New York Giants Players Support Head Coach Joe Judge’s Method - Sports Illustrated
Giants players have been quick to defend Judge after Kelvin Benjamin’s harsh comments Tuesday night.
“You can strap up your helmet and go to war for a coach like that,” Engram said of Judge’s approach.
Cornerback James Bradberry, who earned his first Pro Bowl season last year, said that Judge’s approach to football had given him a new perspective on the game.
“The biggest thing I learned from Coach Judge was just how the whole team works together,” Bradberry said. “I play defense, so naturally, I tend to not pay attention to what the offense is doing or what special teams is doing.
“But him being our head coach, you know, he forces us to pay attention to everything that goes into the game. He always talks about situations—that’s football in general, everything is situational—and I learned a lot from that.
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