Giants players that stood out at OTA's

Posted May 28, 2014 takes a look at which players made an impact in Wednesday's OTA practice

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1. QB Eli Manning. Coming off an ankle procedure and learning a new system, Eli Manning today did what he always does: he went to work. The Giants quarterback trotted out on the practice fields of the Quest Diagnostics Training Center and took many of the first-team reps in Wednesday’s start of OTAs. Manning will need all the time he can get on the field to not only learn the new system, but also to build a rapport with the new faces. He seems to be doing so as he showed his touch on a pair of touchdown passes to the corner of the end zone during team drills.

2. DE Jason Pierre-Paul. After missing five games and recording just two sacks in 2013, Pierre-Paul has been up front this offseason about returning to his 2011 All-Pro form. While it is difficult to judge linemen based on non-contact OTAs, the fifth-year pro made his presence known during team drills on Wednesday. Pierre-Paul batted down back-to-back passes at one point, just missing out on recreating his pick-six against Green Bay last year.

3. LB Dan Fox. The way undrafted rookies make rosters in autumn are by making plays in summer. In his first chance, linebacker Dan Fox made a case to be one of them. The Notre Dame product, who led his college team in tackles last season but was not one of the 256 players to hear their names called during the 2014 NFL Draft, picked off a pass over the middle, running it back towards the end zone to the cheers of his defensive teammates in blue jerseys.