Kayvon Thibodeaux shows Evan Neal love for his incredible body transformation

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Just when you thought you'd seen all the love between the 2022 New York Giants first-round selections on the field, everyone's favorite duo took their friendship off the field to social media when right tackle Evan Neal posted a recent body transformation.

Straight up, Neal looks fantastic and he's being showered with support by fans. Kayvon Thibodeaux took notice of how great Neal looks, leaving a heartwarming comment. Thibodeaux said, "You look fit bro, you been grinding." That's real friendship, folks.

General manager Joe Schoen and many others in the Giants' front office view the former first-round picks as significant pieces to building the team's future, but performance is everything. We can expect Thibodeaux and Neal to take those extra steps this offseason and even push each other later this summer as well.

Who knows how far one Instagram comment could go? The extra motivation could fuel a dominant sophomore season for both players, as they'll keep on pushing one another. You already know Brian Daboll must be loving this.

Evan Neal will have the support of Kayvon Thibodeaux as he looks to bounce back in Year 2

While Neal's social media post is exciting for Big Blue Nation, it bears the question:what can Giants fans expect from their starting right tackle next season? The former No. 7 overall pick struggled for the team during his rookie campaign.

Neal didn't have the first year that fans would necessarily want to reflect on, which frustrated the rookie lineman. Last season in 738 snaps played, he allowed seven sacks, which was tied for the seventh most of all linemen in the league, according to Pro Football Focus.

All eyes will be on him during training camp in a few weeks to show flashes of improvement in Year 2. Luckily for Neal, he won't just have the support of offensive line coach Bobby Johnson and his offensive teammates, but also his brother on the defensive side of the ball in Thibodeaux.

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