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Touchdowns, takeaways & top plays as OTAs kick off


The Giants have entered the third and final phase of their offseason workout program at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center.

Beginning on April 15, the first phase consisted of two weeks of activities limited to meetings, strength and conditioning, and physical rehabilitation. The next three weeks included on-field workouts and drills, but no team offense vs. team defense drills were permitted.

With those five weeks in the rearview mirror, the team ramped things up on Monday with their first of 10 organized team practice activities (OTAs). There is no live contact in this portion of the spring, but 7-on-7, 9-on-7, and 11-on-11 drills are permitted. It's always a major checkpoint on the calendar as it is the first time of the year that the entire team lines up for practice.

View photos from spring practices at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center.

Here are the touchdowns, takeaways, and other notable plays from the day:


The Giants spent the majority of 7-on-7 and 11-on-11 team drills just outside the red zone. Running back Devin Singletary, a veteran offseason addition, got on the board with the first touchdown of the spring on a catch-and-run. Singletary has experience with coach Brian Daboll and the offense, having spent his first four seasons in Buffalo before playing last year for Houston.

"Motor is a pro," Daboll said, using Singletary's nickname, shortly after the signing. "He knows he only has to be Motor. He's smart. He's tough. I thought he was productive. I think he's been productive since he's played. Really excellent teammate. We're happy to have him."


Cornerback Alex Johnson notched the first interception of OTAs during team drills. The 6-foot, 185-pound undrafted rookie from UCLA led the Pac-12 with five interceptions in 2023.

Other Notable Plays

Quarterback Daniel Jones, who underwent surgery to repair a torn ACL on Nov. 22, took the next step in his rehab and participated in 7-on-7 drills. He completed passes to wide receivers Wan'Dale Robinson and Malik Nabers, the sixth overall pick in the draft. The hope has been to have Jones full-go for training camp in late July.

Nabers, LSU's all-time leader in receptions and receiving yards, had a productive first OTA and hauled in a handful of passes during 7-on-7 and 11-on-11 work. The latter came off the arm of Drew Lock, who was added this offseason.

Nabers and Johnson weren't the only rookies to get off to a good start. Cornerback Dru Phillips, the third-round pick from Kentucky, broke up a pass early in the first 7-on-7 period. He is part of an infusion of young talent into the secondary. The Giants also drafted safety Tyler Nubin, who set the University of Minnesota career record with 13 interceptions, in the second round (No. 47 overall).

"I got to meet Tyler the day after the draft when we both came up here," Phillips said at rookie minicamp. "Got to meet that day a little bit. We went out to dinner. Since we've been here, we're in the same room. We've both been in the playbook, so just able to talk football and get to know each other outside of that as well. Like I said, good relationship. … He's vocal. I know I took my time in the playbook, but you hear him a lot of times in the back end he's yelling it. Sometimes you almost can't hear yourself calling out the plays. I can tell he's going to be a great player because of his knowledge and how he communicates on the field."

Tight end Theo Johnson, a fourth-rounder out of Penn State, also got on the board with a reception.

Remaining Practices

May 21, May 23, May 28-29, May 31, June 3-4, June 6-7, June 11-13 (minicamp)

To commemorate their 100th season, the New York Giants today unveiled a "Century Red" uniform, which the team will wear for up to two games in 2024.


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