Sam Madison just began a three-week stint as a training camp defensive backs coach. Madison wants to be an NFL secondary coach, and being here is the perfect training for him. Generally, former players who are willing to work as part-time coaches with hopes to become full-time coaches. Strahan is a two-pronged television star and Barber has a lot of other things going on in his life. Neither has coaching aspirations, so they’re not going to take time out of their summer to work in training camp. But I’m sure other former Giants will follow Madison’s lead and work in future camps.
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What are some of the competitions for spots on the final roster? It seems like
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I recently looked at the pictures of the customized facemask designs. Did the players create the designs? Can any of the players have customized facemasks? What's the advantage?
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