Watch NY Giants star Leonard Williams feed sharks on vacation

NY Giants, Leonard Williams. (Photo by Mark Brown/Getty Images)
NY Giants, Leonard Williams. (Photo by Mark Brown/Getty Images) /

This might be enough to give NY Giants head coach Brian Daboll and defensive coordinator Wink Martindale a panic attack. With it officially vacation time for the G-Men, standout players are traveling across the globe for some much needed down time before training camp arrives in late July.

Some might be relaxing on the beach, while others could be enjoying some golf. What about stud defensive lineman Leonard Williams? The stud playmaker has a different definition of ‘rest’ than most, as he’s decided to use some of his time off to feed some sharks? As wild as this sounds, it’s exactly what he’s doing.

NY Giants DL Leonard Williams feeding sharks on vacation is wild to see

Luckily for Giants fans everywhere, these appear to just be nurse sharks, so it’s not like Williams is out there messing around with the kind of vicious creatures that you’d see in the ‘Jaws’ movies. If anything, Williams is enjoying his trip in a way that most of us wouldn’t even dare think about. Hey, more power to him.

Williams can enjoy living on the wild side for the next month, and then it will be back to business come July 26 for the start of training camp. Despite the Giants going 4-13 last season, Williams was one of the few bright spots and more of the same is expected from him from start to finish in 2022.

The hype is real for the veteran, as CBS has named him and Azeez Ojulari the best duo for the Giants leading up to Week 1 against the Tennessee Titans. Last campaign, Williams posted 81 total tackles, 6.5 sacks and two forced fumbles. Those numbers were exactly what the NY supporters wanted to see from him.

Williams is entering his third full campaign with the Giants at MetLife Stadium, as he previously played for the cross-town rival Jets. Things have gone according to plan for the G-Men with Williams, but the hope is that the team as a whole can do a 180 this year. There’s loads of pressure on guys like Daniel Jones, Saquon Barkley and more, but Williams also has to be a leader for the defense.

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Martindale and Daboll have no doubt that Williams will be able to step in and help lead some of the younger guys on the team, of course including Ojulari and Kayvon Thibodeaux. Before Williams puts on the pads and makes an impact on the gridiron, though, he’s going to live his best life away from the field. We now know this includes feeding sharks with a smile on his face.