Giants News: Daniel Jones, Eli Manning teach youngsters, Dexter Lawrence ready for Week 1

Danny Dimes and Eli had a wholesome moment with little kids over the weekend
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With training camp for the NY Giants a little over two weeks away, fans can't wait to see what Daniel Jones and Co. are going to be able to get done before Week 1 arrives. Before putting on a show in East Rutherford, Danny Dimes has been providing kids with memories that will last a life time.

Over the weekend, a video of Jones and Giants legend Eli Manning playing ball with some youngsters provided plenty of smiles. Not only that, but the two were also coaching up these high schoolers as well. This is truly some wholesome content:

Eli Manning and Daniel Jones coaching up high school kids was awesome to see

The video was posted on Twitter by Westhampton Beach (Long Island) High School football coach Bryan Schaumloffel. He was thrilled with the two signal-callers helping out his guys, while the HS-aged boys must have been ecstatic too.

Imagine Jones and Manning taking time out of their busy schedules to make this happen. Manning is (in our opinion) headed to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, while Jones is getting ready to have a huge campaign after signing his four-year, $160 million contract. Despite the fame, the two are humble enough to coach up teens in their spare time. Hats off to them for taking the time to do this.

Dexter Lawrence is looking as good as ever in his Giants jersey

In addition to Jones, Big Blue supporters can't wait to see what star defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence will be able to get done this fall and winter. The All-Pro defensive tackle is coming off an incredible 2022 season - and more amazing plays will be on the way for him in the coming months.

Come on, how great does Sexy Dexy look in that blue jersey? Lawrence put the pen to paper on a massive four-year extension this offseason. Another trip to the Pro Bowl and more All-Pro honors could be on the way for him.

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