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These 9 photos tell the story of OTA's


MAY 28 -The Giants and their new-look offense took the field for the first of 10 organized team activities (OTAs) at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center.


MAY 28 -After undergoing an arthroscopic procedure on his left ankle on April 10, quarterback Eli Manning returned earlier than expected and fully participated in all of the OTA practices.


MAY 28 - With Will Beatty sidelined, the first-team offensive line opened with J.D. Walton, James Brewer, Geoff Schwartz, Chris Snee, and Justin Pugh. Snee would later be rested for precautionary reasons while Charles Brown (left tackle) and Brandon Mosley (right guard) also rotated into the top unit throughout OTAs.


MAY 30 - The Giants opened OTAs with four quarterbacks but would release quarterback Josh Freeman, leaving Ryan Nassib and Curtis Painter to compete for the backup role.


JUNE 2 - The Giants released safety Will Hill following the announcement of his latest violation of the NFL Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse.


JUNE 4 - Running back David Wilson underwent another exam to gauge the progress on his surgically-repaired neck. He wasn't cleared for full participation, but the results revealed he is progressing to where that could occur before training camp.


JUNE 5 - First-round draft choice Odell Beckham Jr. was held out of practice with a sore hamstring. Beckham hopes to return to the field next week for Giants minicamp.


JUNE 10 - Pro Football Hall of Fame coach Bill Parcells addressed the team following practice.


JUNE 12 - Middle linebacker Jon Beason left practice with a foot injury. After medical tests, the Giants announced the next day that Beason suffered a ligament tear and a small fracture to the sesamoid in his right foot.

JUNE 13 The Giants wrapped up OTAs and prepare for the start of next week's mandatory minicamp (Tuesday-Thursday).

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