The Giants were back on the practice field Sunday as they prepare for this weekend's preseason game against the Cincinnati Bengals at MetLife Stadium.
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The New York Giants are bringing back their classic blue uniforms from the '80s and '90s this Sunday as part of two Legacy Games presented by Quest during the 2022 season.
Notebook: Giants bookends back in place; injury updates
With their bookends in place on both sides of the ball, the Giants look to write a better story for their future.
The arrival of Kayvon Thibodeaux and Evan Neal made history this offseason. It was the first time the Giants selected two players in the top seven of the same draft, the former an All-American edge rusher and the latter at offensive tackle. Mirroring that duo, with the added benefit of experience, are Andrew Thomas and Azeez Ojulari, who returned to practice Sunday after starting camp on the non-football injury list with a hamstring issue.
"We are just going to get it done every day," Ojulari said after his first practice back. "We come in and compete, do our job, be where our feet are. We are going to play hard no matter what. Dominate, try to dominate and just be us."
The foursome looks to protect the flanks on one side and apply pressure on the other.
Thibodeaux and Neal will get their chance to break out, just as Thomas and Ojulari did a year ago. Thomas, the fourth overall pick in 2020, came into his own at left tackle, while Ojulari set the franchise rookie record with eight sacks.
No one knows each other's game better than teammates who go against each other in practice every day.
"Azeez has freak athleticism, good get-off on the ball, and he has pretty good length," Thomas said. "And then his power at the point of attack, he's a good rusher. He mixes it up, so it makes it hard on tackles to figure out what he's doing."
Thomas added, "Definitely explosive, and not just those two [Ojulari and Thibodeaux]. We've got a pretty good outside linebacker group right now. I'm excited to see what they do. It's still early in training camp, but we definitely have some guys who can make some plays."
View the top photos from Sunday's training camp practice at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center.