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Giants Now: This week in Giants social media

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This week in Giants social media

The Giants have been on the practice field this week participating in OTAs, which wrap up with the 10th and final practice today.

Both current and former players have taken to Twitter this past week, from Eli Manning once again breaking down film with Coach Tom Coughlin to Coach Brian Daboll, GM Joe Schoen and linebacker Blake Martinez representing Big Blue at the Rangers game Wednesday night.

Check out the best from this past week in Giants social media below.

View photos from the ninth OTA practice at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center on Thursday.

Healthy Shane Lemieux liking rebuilt O-line

Shane Lemieux grew up in Washington state and played at the University of Oregon, but he is well-versed in Giants history, particularly as it pertains to the offensive line.

"In this organization we've had good offensive lines in the past," Lemieux said today. "We've had (David) Diehl, Richie (Seubert), and (Shaun) O'Hara (starters on the 2007 team that won Super Bowl XLII). All these guys that we as offensive linemen now and the past couple of years, we've felt we need to live up to those standards and those guys to continue to play the way that they left it."

That hasn't happened in recent years. The Giants have tried different combinations attempting to find a group that plays consistently well and is durable. That process has continued this offseason under new leadership, and the Giants are confident their efforts will bear fruit when they begin playing games.

Left tackle Andrew Thomas, a third-year pro, will be the only holdover starter. First-year general manager Joe Schoen and new coach Brian Daboll have rebuilt the rest of the line. Evan Neal, the seventh overall selection in the 2022 NFL Draft, will likely play right tackle. Jon Feliciano, who was with Schoen and Daboll in Buffalo, has the inside track on the starting center job. Mark Glowinski, an eight-year veteran who played the last four seasons in Indianapolis, is the right guard. Lemieux, whose 2021 season was limited to 17 snaps in the opener because of a knee injury, is the potential starter at left guard.

The group of players from diverse backgrounds has formed a cohesive unit during the Giants' offseason workouts.

Inside the Film Room: Daniel Bellinger at the point of attack

Daniel Bellinger played in 11 games for San Diego State last year, finishing with 31 receptions for 357 yards and two touchdowns. The receptions and yards both set new career-highs for the tight end, who saw his usage increase each year with the Aztecs.

Of his 43 targets in 2021, Bellinger did not drop a single pass. In fact, the 6-foot-5 tight end had a mere 4.2 percent drop rate throughout his entire time at San Diego State, the best mark at the tight end position in the draft.

Check out the video below to view Bob Papa and Super Bowl champion Shaun O'Hara break down the film of tight end Daniel Bellinger.

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