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    TOM COUGHLIN PRESS CONFERENCE, MINI-CAMP BEGINS

    "Here is the transcript of coach Tom Coughlin's remarks to reporters Tuesday
    before the team hit the field for the beginning of the mandatory mini-camp,
    which will last through Thursday.



    Opening Statement: It is the start of the mandatory mini camp. We are
    excited about getting going. Again, we will wrap up the veteran form of the
    offseason program with these workouts here in the next three days. We are going
    to throw a lot at them. It is a much different kind of schedule than it would be
    in the normal two-a-days. We will install and then we will jog thru. We will
    install again and then practice. So in other words, they are getting two days of
    installations. And we are trying to get as much information to them as we
    possibly can. And we will go through our corrections in the evening. We have our
    NFL Security meeting tonight so we take care of some of those obligations just
    as well. So it will be an interesting three days. Hopefully any number of guys
    can participate. We have had some guys, as you know, that have not been able to
    go in some of the OTA's. I hope to be able to get some more of them back out
    there. We have had four days off so we have to get in gear again with what we
    have been doing here. Practices won't be any different to the naked eye. We are
    very, very cautious in terms of no one is going to be out of control. And we
    will take good care of each other in terms of how we use our hands and our feet.
    No shoulders, no helmets, nothing in the nature of trying to have any kind of
    shoulder exposure whatsoever. So it will be a good couple of days. And we will
    wrap up the veteran camp.





    Q: Are you hoping to get some questions answered? Or can you in this
    minicamp?

    A: I don't know. We are going to get some people lined up. I
    can tell you that the OTAs have answered part of it. We have formulated some
    opinions. But it will take training camp and some preseason games before we
    start to be able to do some further thoughts with some of the young kids.




    Q: Are there any concerns at the tight end position since it has been such
    a productive spot for you the last couple of years?

    A: Well, we do have
    some athletes there and some guys we hope are going to be able to really come
    through for us. I think Travis Beckum
    will be back at some point in time. We have a lot of young guys that have a
    tremendous amount of learning to do. Some days it looks good and other days not
    so good. So this is something that is very important, very much needed. And so
    we continue with this process.




    Q: Is Martellus Bennett going to participate the next couple of
    days?

    A: He says he is going to try to go. I would say he is probably
    50-50 on what he can participate in. We will try to keep him a little bit under
    control so that he doesn't get into that sore mode where he can't do
    anything.




    Q: You said you expect Beckum back at some point in time. Are they telling
    you it is reasonable, whether it is the beginning of the season
    or....?

    A: That is reasonable. He has done very well. But again, I'm not
    a doctor. He has not even run yet. So maybe I'm being a little too optimistic
    here.




    Q: Is Adrien
    Robinson
    back?

    A: He is back and he is ready to practice. He has a
    lot of meeting time to make up. So we are trying to do that as well.




    Q: Did you have time to meet with David
    Diehl
    ?

    A: I did speak with David. Yes, I have. David is very
    remorseful. He is a very proud young man, as you know. He is very sorry for what
    happened. He has been an exemplary citizen for this organization. I think that
    he understands it completely and as I said, he recognizes and he is going to be
    a very, very good spokesperson for trying to help young people understand that
    his mistake could be avoided in whatever way possible. So David will take care
    of that part of it. He is a guy who we have always been able to count on and he
    will learn from his error.




    Q: He is here and will participate?
    A: Yes.

    Q: Did Markus Kuhn
    ......?

    A: No, that is still - I hate to see this in the hands of red
    tape. That is where we are.




    Q: Couldn't get that solved at the White House?
    A: Chase
    Blackburn
    said that to me this morning. I laughed about it. But I don't
    think the President would have corrected that on the spot.

    Q: You
    might not have had to go that high
    .
    A: You guys can't get that done with
    all of the pull you have.




    Q: With all of the defensive tackles you have other than Kuhn, what was
    the reason to bring back Rocky
    Bernard
    ?

    A: Good football player that helps us in a lot of different
    ways; solid, solid guy - great in the classroom, great with his teammates. You
    know one of the first guys that I saw come off that sideline when we won the
    Super Bowl was Rocky Bernard. He is a good, solid football player. We know
    exactly what we can get out of him. He is in excellent shape. His weight is
    outstanding. So you can't have enough quality football players.

    Q:
    Does bringing him back have anything to do with Shaun
    Rogers
    ?

    A: No, no that extension was out there long before.




    Q: Will Shaun do anything at this camp?
    A: It doesn't look like it,
    no.




    Q: A message to your team this last time together before the
    summer.

    A: We will talk about that as we go along here. The message right
    now is "Improvement." Improve on a daily basis, recognize the mission, and
    understand how important this little phase is right here. And then we will have
    a solid message for them because I do feel it is a much different five weeks
    between now and when we go to camp. And maybe perhaps we have had another time
    before of the shortness of the current offseason program. There is some work
    that has to be accomplished in the offseason. And we certainly don't want to go
    through these hamstrings that we have had here when we started this offseason
    program.




    Q: Jake Ballard
    has said that he expects to be back here for '13. How much worse was his rehab
    and what was expected of him.

    A: It wasn't any worse than what was
    expected - what he had was upfront from the time the surgery was done. So that
    is where that is."

    “Never argue with an idiot. They will only bring you down to their level and beat you with experience.” MB Rule # 1

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    Re: TOM COUGHLIN PRESS CONFERENCE, MINI-CAMP BEGINS

    I like what was said by Coughlin. " we will install and then we will jog thru. we will install again and then practice."

    "We are very, very cautious in terms of no one is going to be out of control. And we will take good care of each other in terms of how we use our hands and our feet. No shoulders, no helmets, nothing in the nature of trying to have any kind of shoulder exposure whatsoever. So it will be a good couple of days. And we will wrap up the veteran camp."

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      Re: TOM COUGHLIN PRESS CONFERENCE, MINI-CAMP BEGINS

      [quote user="Breezely"]I like what was said by Coughlin. " we will install and then we will jog thru. we will install again and then practice."

      "We are very, very cautious in terms of no one is going to be out of control. And we will take good care of each other in terms of how we use our hands and our feet. No shoulders, no helmets, nothing in the nature of trying to have any kind of shoulder exposure whatsoever. So it will be a good couple of days. And we will wrap up the veteran camp."[/quote]Was this interview prior to them waiving Ballard?
      Football has been very, very good to us.
      After losing seasons 2013-15, the giants put up 11 wins in 16.. they are on way Back
      But for now we can console ourselves with this fact-

      # of Super Bowl victories since 1985:

      1-Chicago, St. Louis, Tampa Bay, Indianapolis, New Orleans, Seattle
      2-Washington, Green Bay, Pittsburgh, Baltimore
      3-San Francisco, Dallas, Denver
      4-New York Giants!!!
      5-NE
      Let's make it 5 in 2016 so we can be on a LINE NE again!!!

      ***Stat provided by "Schloss22"***

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