NY Giants rookies have arrived for camp and the photos are tremendous

NY Giants, Kayvon Thibodeaux (Photo by David Becker/Getty Images)
NY Giants, Kayvon Thibodeaux (Photo by David Becker/Getty Images) /

The three-day rookie minicamp for the NY Giants is officially underway and the team building is buzzing with excitement. Not only is pass-rusher Kayvon Thibodeaux and offensive tackle Evan Neal ready to light up the field, but several other rookies are looking to make a name for themselves. This of course includes the undrafted free agents.

With more and more guys arriving to town, the Giants shared some photos on their official Twitter account and it’s sure to get fans buzzing. If anything, it will have countless people even more fired up for these guys to make their official 2022 debuts. As we now know, New York will open the season against Tennessee on Sept. 11.


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Just take a look at that smile on Thibodeaux’s face? It really tells you how happy he is to get his career started with the G-Men. He’s also one happy camper after he managed to make a deal with kicker Graham Gano for his No. 5 jersey number. Yup, you could say that things are off to a great start for Thibodeaux in New Jersey.

Moving along, Neal appears ready to take out his anger on would-be tacklers as soon as possible. Neal is a massive offensive tackle and he figures to make plenty of noise starting Week 1 against the Titans. Neal was the No. 7 overall pick and fans have all the belief in the world in him to deliver for the line.

Last but not least above, wide receiver Wan’Dale Robinson is donning a smile just as big as Thibodeaux. Countless people have shown Robinson and the Giants plenty of hate, as it was deemed a reach of a pick to take him in the second round. Robinson is ready to prove his doubters wrong and he’ll be able to hit the ground running with this mission at the minicamp.

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Despite Week 1 of the 2022 regular season being a little under four months away, the team morale is high for the Giants. New York finished 4-13 last season, but things are looking up for the organization as a whole. Over the weekend, all these youngsters will be balling out and giving the Giants faithful even more reason to look forward to the hall.