PFF ranks Andrew Thomas' 2019 season among the best in recent years
Andrew Thomas put together a phenomenal three-year career at Georgia.
Thomas immediately stepped into the Bulldogs' starting lineup as a true freshman, starting every game at right tackle and earning Freshman All-American honors. As a sophomore, he switched over to left tackle where he would be named First-Team All-SEC and First-Team All-American.
This was all leading up to his final season at Georgia, where he enjoyed an outstanding junior campaign.
Thomas started 13 games at left tackle last year. His achievements include yet another selection as First-Team All-SEC, Unanimous All-American honors, and the SEC's Jacobs Blocking Trophy, awarded to the conference's top offensive lineman. He was Georgia's first recipient of the award in 21 years.
The offensive tackle's dominance went beyond his accolades, though. According to Pro Football Focus, Thomas' overall grade of 92.7 was the highest grade for a Power-5 offensive tackle in his final collegiate season since the 2016 draft.
View photos from the college career of Georgia OT Andrew Thomas.
NFL to host meeting with owners to discuss season, social initiatives
With training camp set to begin towards the end of next month, the NFL is planning to meet with team owners to discuss several topics on Thursday.
NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports that the league office will host a video conference meeting with owners to address training camp, 2020 season planning, "Inspire Change" social justice programs and workplace diversity.
A few weeks ago, the league announced that it would be committing $250 million over a 10-year period towards organizations and efforts across the country aimed at combating systemic racism.
As for the COVID-19 pandemic that continues to affect both our country and the entire world, the league has already taken numerous steps in order to make team and league facilities as safe as possible for all employees.
Despite the ongoing pandemic and all the uncertainties surrounding it, Rapoport reports that training camp is still scheduled to begin on July 28.
The Giants' COVID-19 Task Force has been working hard to make the Quest Diagnostics Training Center as safe as possible. Many important changes have been made for the safety of Giants employees in accordance with guidelines from the CDC, NFL, National Institute of Health, and the State of New Jersey.
Top interceptions returned for touchdowns in Giants history
The Giants have had some memorable interceptions returned for touchdowns over the years.
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