The New York Giants and Cincinnati Bengals take part Wednesday in Day 2 of their joint practices. This will be the final joint workout prior to Friday's preseason opener between the two teams. Practice is scheduled to begin at 3:15 p.m. ET.
Giants coach Tom Coughlin thought "things went well" Tuesday vs. the Bengals, with no fights, injuries or ugly incidents. What did the players think?
"I thought (we) had good intensity on both sides of the ball, but everybody just kind of played to the whistle," quarterback Eli Manning said. "There were no extracurricular activities, guys were smart about it, and I think we had good work. Defensively, they showed some different looks, stuff that we don't game plan for, we don't prepare for, and you have to come in and make our calls, get on the same page, but get the ball snapped and get going. Follow your rules and your assignments, make sure you can do it, and make adjustments. I thought we had good work and it was a good day."
The two teams did 1-on-1, 7-on-7 and 11-on-11 drills against each other, as well as some punt return work.
"I didn't know what to expect," linebacker Devon Kennard said. "It was fun, it was nice to be able to hit some other colors for once. It's been a while, and to just be able to compete against a talented offense, and some guys who really know what they're doing - they've been a successful team the last couple years. It was nice to be able to just work our new defense under Spags (defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo) against another opponent besides ourselves. I had a blast out there."
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