5 surprises from first two weeks of NY Giants training camp

Several rookies have been outstanding for the Giants this summer

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4. The Giants offensive line still has some moving parts

As for a bit of a negative, there are still some moving pieces for the Giants offensive line and some battles aren't fully won yet. For the majority of camp, it felt like the starting offensive line from left to right would be Andrew Thomas, Ben Bredeson, John Michael Schmitz, Mark Glowinski and Evan Neal for 2023.

Outside of left tackle, it really feels like things could still be changed for Week 1. At left guard, Bredeson is the favorite, but backup Joshua Ezeudu saw plenty of action running with the 1s. At center, Bredeson also got in work there, but JMS appears to be the go-to-guy despite being a rookie second-round pick.

At right guard, Glowinski is No. 1 to win the job, but Bredeson also got some action there. At RT, Neal, a former No. 7 overall pick, figures to be the starter for sure, but he's dealing with a concussion suffered at practice earlier this week. In a perfect world, Neal will be healthy for the season opener, but this will be something to monitor over the next few weeks.