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What did we learn at Tuesday's OTA's?

  1. The quarterbacks got some good work in on the back corner fade as they practiced by throwing the ball into a net. Both Eli Manning and Curtis Painter connected in the drill, and Manning carried that over to the team portion of practice, hitting Kellen Davis on a perfect throw in the corner of the end zone.


NEWS>Stevie Brown updates comeback status>JPP has high hopes for 2014>Fact or Fiction: Role of the Rookies>Eli practices ahead of schedulePHOTOS>Top Quotes of the WeekVIDEOS>Highlights from OTA practice2. The running backs looked smooth as the offense worked on the run game today. Andre Williams showed some nice vision on a couple plays and good feet as he quickly turned the ball upfield. You can tell David Wilson has ball security on his mind. Whenever he gets the ball in his hands, he holds it high and tight and puts a second hand over the ball to make sure it is secure.

  1. The Giants pass rush was very active during practice, with a number of linemen finding their way into the backfield. Damontre Moore had an excellent practice and was very vocal after beating the left tackle trying to block him. Undrafted rookie free agent Kerry Wynn had an interception after an Eli Manning pass intended for Rueben Randle was bobbled and batted in the air almost a half dozen times before being caught by the Richmond product.
  1. Jameel McClain is a great wingman for Jon Beason at linebacker. He flashes the same leadership qualities and has a good eye for defensive adjustments, often barking out audibles based on what the offense is showing.
  1. Quintin Demps looks great as a kickoff returner. He always seems to make the right cut and displays speed and explosiveness. That doesn't mean there won't be a place for Trindon Holliday, who is getting offensive reps as well as special teams return work.
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