NY Giants camp: Daniel Jones, Kenny Golladay struggle, and lots of laps
James Bradberry’s physicality
James Bradberry made his first Pro Bowl last season, and it’s clear that the veteran cornerback has picked up exactly where he left off.
Often matched up against Golladay during individual, seven-on-seven, and full-team drills, Bradberry is a significant reason why the veteran receiver hasn’t bee able to get separation or be overly productive during the first week of this camp.
"“You’re going to see guys like [James Bradberry and Adoree’ Jackson] throughout the whole season,” NY Giants wide receiver Darius Slayton said, after practice. “It’s a blessing to have guys like that to compete against every day. “[Bradberry] is a little bigger, a little heavier, I kind of have to be a little more finesse against him. Against Adoree’, we’re similar in size.”"
Bradberry’s physicality has been on display early on in this training camp, and figures to be as big a problem for opposing wide receivers this season, as he has been for Golladay, Slayton, and Shepard this month.