As minicamp comes to an end, the New York Giants have a few problems to solve, as well as a few stars in the making, let's dive in to the news!
The New York Giants have just about rapped up minicamp, and there has been a few injury scares on the offensive line.
Former Charger D.J. Fluker suffered an apparent elbow injury yesterday and was seen in severe pain walking towards the locker room. If that doesn't spell bad news, I don't know what does.
Recent updates say that Fluker's injury is nothing more than a bruise, but the scene he put on following the injury was scary nonetheless.
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There were several other absences at the minicamp, including S Darian Thompson, CB Eli Apple, and Justin Pugh, who was at the training facility but did not participate.
Ereck Flowers is looking extremely lean, but wouldn't disclose how much weight he lost specifically. The Giants' left tackle came off a bit gimpy in practice yesterday, but seemed to be fine in today's walk through. He mainly worked on the sideline practicing positioning drills.
The Giants overall had a solid day of practice, Davis Webb is again ahead of schedule and has looked crisp on the field. It seems as if he's developing rather quickly for a third-round pick.
Then again, he could've gone much earlier but slipped to the Giants in the third. He's looking like an NFL caliber quarterback right out of the gate.
Middle Linebacker B.J. Goodson has been working with Antonio Pierce, learning the ins and outs of the position. He seems to have taken a serious step forward in his second-season, hopefully he will be ready to start come September.
He's on the right track so far!