The Giants were back at practice for the third straight day and the ninth time this summer. It was the second straight day they were in pads - practice started at 5 p.m. with temperatures in the 70's. It was the final padded practice before the Giants used shells on Monday before leaving for Detroit later in the day.
* In the offensive line vs. defensive line 1-on-1's, Andrew Thomas did not lose a rep during the period.
* After two straight days of rest, Leonard Williams won his first rep back.
* Evan Neal is in concussion protocol, so Matt Peart got time at right tackle. In 1-on-1's, he won all three of his reps.
* The skill position players worked on 2-on-2 and 3-on-3 games near the goal line. Sterling Shepard scored a pair of touchdowns in the period. Later in practice, Shepard beat his man off the line and sprinted down the sideline and caught a deep ball from Tyrod Taylor.
* During the competitive team portions of practice, Brian Daboll put his offense in various situations to see how they would handle it. The first-team offense was stopped by the defense a play after Kayvon Thibodeaux stuffed a run for a loss. Darren Waller got free to catch a pass during the drive.
* The offense was given the ball on their own 1-yard line. On the drive, Taylor hit Sterling Shepard for a short gain and then the aforementioned deep pass down the sideline. A couple of plays later, he hit Collin Johnson over the middle with a nice touch pass.
* In the red zone, Daniel Jones got it into the end zone when he found Saquon Barkley.
* On another trip, the offense had Tyrod Taylor complete a touch pass to Jalyn Hyatt near the corner of the end zone.
* The defense held on a set of downs after two simulated sacks from Kayvon Thibodeaux and a pressure from Dexter Lawrence.
* On the final drive, Bobby Okereke broke up a pass, who was covering Darren Waller. The second-team offense also got sidetracked when Kobe Smith batted a ball at the line.
Catch up on all the action with the best photos from training camp at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center.