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Which players stood out at practice? (7/28)


TE Larry Donnell**


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Coaches have said there isn't a standout yet in the tight end competition because different guys are making plays each practice. One day it will be Kellen Davis. The next it's Daniel Fells. In keeping with that trend, Monday was Larry Donnell's day. The second-year pro out of Grambling State made an acrobatic catch over the middle from Ryan Nassib for the offensive play of the day, somersaulting to the ground as he hauled in the ball.

CB Zack Bowman
Bowman needed just one rep on Monday to make one of the best plays of training camp. Tracking a deep ball thrown by Eli Manning to wide receiver Rueben Randle on a windy day at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center, Bowman timed it perfectly and came down with an over-the-shoulder interception. Bowman is a first-year Giant who spent his first six NFL seasons with the Chicago Bears.

DT Markus Kuhn
Even with pads on, it's tough to assess linemen when they're going up against their own teammates. But going off what coaches and teammates say and what we see in practice, fans will want to mark down Markus Kuhn when they turn on the Giants' first preseason game against the Buffalo Bills this Sunday. The third-year defensive tackle, who missed most of 2013 coming off a torn ACL that he suffered the previous season, is healthy and could make a formidable tandem with Johnathan Hankins.

Photos from Monday's #GiantsCamp practice

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