Watch Saquon Barkley and Deebo Samuel move serious weight in new workout clip

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Another week, another clip of Saquon Barkley working out and showing that he's got unreal strength? Yup, that's exactly what NY Giants fans have been treated to. While most of us out there are trying to calculate how many hot dogs and burgers we're going to eat on July 4, Barkley was once again working out like a beast on Monday.

This time, though, Barkley was joined by one of the best playmakers in the NFC: Deebo Samuel. The two are grinding and pushing one another with training camp for their respective teams right around the corner. No disrespect to Samuel, but Barkley took him to school here:

NY Giants running back Saquon Barkley continues to impress with his workouts

It looks like Barkley went ahead and left Samuel in the dust. Hey, we're not going to act like we're not impressed with Samuel here either, though, as the San Francisco wideout is poised for a big 2023 campaign as well.

With Barkley, this head-turning workout video comes shortly after he was seen squatting 585 pounds and barely breaking a sweat while doing so. Barkley's contract situation remains up in the air with the Giants, but it's not going to stop him from keeping his body at its best this offseason.

On July 25, the Giants veterans will report for training camp and Barkley is expected to be on hand. After he was away from the team for the offseason program this spring, there were a lot of fans worried he'd be a camp holdout, but it doesn't look like that will be the case.

By July 17 we'll find out if Barkley and the Giants come to terms on a long-term extension. Worst-case scenario: Barkley will play the 2023 campaign on the non-exclusive franchise tag, which will bring him home $10.1 million. Hey, life could be worse.

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