2. Beatty and Brown rotated at left tackle. The first-team offensive line was in constant rotation on Tuesday. The Giants opened with Charles Brown, Geoff Schwartz, J.D. Walton, Brandon Mosley, and Justin Pugh. Brown alternated on the outside with Will Beatty, who is limited coming off a fractured leg. Rookie second-round draft pick Weston Richburg also moved to right guard -- Chris Snee’s former position -- when Brandon Mosley left practice early on a hot day at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center.
3. Wilson looked dynamic as ever. Running back David Wilson, who was cleared on Monday for full participation in camp after undergoing a fusion of the vertebrae to repair the herniated disc in his neck in January, took reps with the second-team offense. He was making cuts like his old self and still looks like one of the most athletic players on the field.
5. Ryan Nassib is making his case. The second-year quarterback picked up where he left off in spring football and showed good command with the second-team offense on Tuesday. Among all the sophomores on the team, Nassib has stuck out as one of the players who has improved the most from year one to year two.