Excerpt: "The biggest story of the Giants' first organized team activities of the offseason was the absence of Hakeem Nicks and Victor Cruz.
The biggest opportunity went to the wide receivers who got increased reps in their places.
Rueben Randle and Jerrel Jernigan served as the starters in seven-on-seven and 11-on-11 drills, and new addition Louis Murphy saw plenty of action too.
"I saw a flash play here and there. So that’s a good thing," said coach Tom Coughlin, when asked about Jernigan and Murphy.
"He did fine," Coughlin said of Randle. "We haven’t seen a whole lot. Check with me in about five or six practices."
Randle, the team's second-round draft pick in 2012, figured to play a prominent role this season no matter what. He caught 19 passes for 298 yards as a rookie, including two touchdown catches in the final game of last season. Given the departures of Domenik Hixon and Ramses Barden, Randle is the clear front-runner to serve as the team's third wide receiver behind Nicks and Cruz. " Read more...