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Top plays from OTA practice (5/28)



Tight end Adrien Robinson, who is entering his fourth NFL season, made the highlight reel for the second day in a row.

After catching a touchdown on Wednesday, Robinson followed up with another nifty over-the-shoulder grab on a well-placed ball from Quarterback Ryan Nassib during 7-on-7 drills.

Nassib and wide receiver Marcus "Soup" Harris were cooking together today at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center during the Giants' second OTA practice. Nassib hit Harris twice -- once on the left sideline and another on the right -- in full stride for big gains.


While adjusting to the Giants' new-look offensive line, Eli Manning and the offense are settling into the second season under offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo.

Check out the best photos from the second day of Giants' OTA practices

Manning made the list today with a perfect strike to Rueben Randle, the Giants' second-leading receiver from last season, during 7-on-7 drills.

"I think you can still simulate the real speed," Manning said yesterday about OTAs. "There are different rules. You can't have certain techniques by the defense; you can't play press. So you don't get all those things. But it's still good to be out there, having a defense and having a rush and feeling the pocket for me.

It's easy to drop back there with no defense and complete balls all day. You have a pass rush and you have guys in your face, so you have to find windows and find lanes and make smart decisions. That's important. It's a good thing to work on these next few weeks."


Defensive end Kerry Wynn batted down a Nassib pass during team drills; wide receiver Juron Criner made a leaping catch of a pass from Nassib; cornerback Prince Amukamara broke up a pass intended for wide receiver Corey Washington over the middle; and Manning found an open Preston Parker for a touchdown during red zone work.

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