Excerpt: " It has been a rather quiet summer for rookie defensive tackle Jay Bromley. The third-round pick out of Syracuse has spent much of Giants training camp working alongside fellow rookie Kelcy Quarles on the third-team defense.
It doesn't necessarily mean Bromley has struggled. He's had his moments.
At times, he's overpowered second-round pick Weston Richburg and veteran Dallas Reynolds on the interior. He's also shown up in the backfield on more than a few occasions. At this pace, it wouldn't be surprising to see Bromley as part of the four-man defensive tackle rotation sooner rather than later.
Still, for a third-round pick, Bromley has flown under the radar. That's why we decided to check in on his progress and first training camp.
First impression of training camp: Meetings, meetings, lots of meetings. You're in those meeting rooms a long time, especially as a rookie. Even if I'm not on special teams, I have to go to special teams meetings, so that sucks. It's an extra hour a day that I'm in meetings.
How much more meetings than college: It's more than college, but the same token, practice is a little shorter than college. In college, you have two-a-days and all the other stuff. So you don't have the same amount of stress on your body." Read more...