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3 players that stood out at practice (8/1)

Photos from Friday's #GiantsCamp practice


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K Josh Brown
Josh Brown and the Giants' special teams took the field just as the storm clouds rolled in at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center in East Rutherford. Brown was a perfect three-for-three through the heavy winds, including a 47-yard field goal on his final attempt of the afternoon. Brown, a 12-year veteran coming off the best statistical season of his career, is expected to split field goal and kickoff duties with first-year pro Brandon McManus on Sunday against the Bills. McManus participated in the Colts' training camp last season but did not land on the team's final roster.

CB Charles James II
Charles James is making a strong case to be among the 53 players selected for the Giants' final roster. For the second time in as many days, the second-year pro out of Charleston Southern recorded an interception. James picked off Curtis Painter on the final play of practice. It was the second consecutive day that the Giants' defense ended practice with a turnover after LB Jameel McClain capped Thursday's practice with an interception returned for a touchdown off of a tipped pass.
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WR Corey Washington
The rookie from Division II Newberry College made the play of the day, catching a 65-yard bomb from Curtis Painter for a touchdown. Washington made another great play near the end of the team's red zone drill, snatching the ball over Jayron Hosley.

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