Darren Waller joins stacked list of NY Giants players training in Arizona

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This is what we love to see. While most NFL playmakers are enjoying their offseason, traveling the world and probably playing a lot of golf, plenty of NY Giants standouts are putting in some serious work getting ready for the 2023 season to arrive.

Despite Week 1 still being about five months away, Daniel Jones and Co. are training in Arizona, working on building chemistry. What makes things even better for Jones and Big Blue is that star tight end Darren Waller packed his bags and has joined Danny Dimes and others in AZ. Again, this is what we love to see.

NY Giants TE Darren Waller training with Daniel Jones in Arizona is awesome

Waller isn't the only one catching balls from Jones in Arizona, as Art Stapleton is reporting that Saquon Barkley, Parris Campbell (another new weapon for Jones), Isaiah Hodgins, Sterling Shepard, Daniel Bellinger and many more are in action.

There's no question that the Giants were left with a sour taste in their mouth after getting dominated by the Philadelphia Eagles in the Divisional Round in January. Now, the hard work begins to not only get some revenge on Philly once the regular season rolls around, but to try and get back to the playoffs as well.

With Waller, he was acquired for a third-round pick and fans can't wait to see him in action. Despite the big-bodied TE missing several games over the past two years due to various injuries, people have high hopes that he can be a reliable option in the passing game for Jones, head man Brian Daboll and second-year offensive coordinator Mike Kafka.

The fact that Waller has wasted no time in connecting with Jones - the same can be said for the recently-signed Campbell - is quite exciting. This offense was stagnant at times last season, but the hope is that the new-look unit can put plenty of points on the board in '23. The majority of the guys getting together like this must bring a smile to the faces of both Daboll and GM Joe Schoen.

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