NY Giants great Lawrence Taylor trolls Kayvon Thibodeaux in best way possible

This interaction between LT and KT at the Giants 100: A Night with Legends event was priceless
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The NY Giants organization gave their fanbase an unforgettable evening at the Giants 100: A Night with Legends event on Thursday night at The Theater at Madison Square Garden. The event featured a panel of discussions with several former Giants' coaches and players to celebrate the franchise's 100th season in 2024.

A few notable guests included Eli Manning, Phil Simms, Lawrence Taylor, Bill Parcells, and Tom Coughlin. Big Blue fans were pleased to have a few current team members there, such as Kayvon Thibodeaux, Bobby Okereke, and head coach Brian Daboll.

The night was filled with stories from legendary Giants players and coaches, a unique opportunity for fans to interact with the panel, and even a sneak peek of 'Hard Knocks: Offseason with the New York Giants,' which premieres on July 2 on HBO MAX. However, one of the night's most memorable moment was this interaction between Thibodeau and LT:

Lawrence Taylor and Kayvon Thibodeaux shared a special moment together

The event's hosts asked Thibodeaux what it was like to be a New York Giant and how it felt to be in the presence of so many legendary pass-rushers in franchise history, such as Carl Banks III, Osi Umenyiora, Michael Strahan, and Taylor. The 2022 No. 5 overall pick stated that he wouldn't want to play for any other team and talked about how special it is to follow in the footsteps of some of the best defensive players ever to play the sport.

KT also recalled an exchange with LT earlier that night, during which the Pro Football Hall of Famer asked the third-year linebacker how many sacks he had last season. Thibodeaux told Taylor he had 11.5 sacks in 2023, and the two-time Super Bowl Champion jokingly asked if he had only played three games, which got a big reaction from the Giants faithful in attendance.

Obviously, LT was known for his aggressiveness and is widely regarded as one of the greatest defensive players of all time. His entire professional career, Taylor played 13 seasons with the New York Giants, totaling 132.5 sacks, including 20.5 in 1986.

While Kayvon may not have reached the level of success that Taylor had just yet, there's no reason not to believe he never will with the Giants, especially with a supporting cast around him that includes Dexter Lawrence II and Brian Burns. Thibodeaux has also come out and said he is chasing the NFL's single-season sack record of 22.5, which was set by Strahan in 2001.

We'll have to wait and see what this season holds for Thibodeaux and the New York Giants. They will look to exceed expectations in their 100th season and bounce back from a disappointing 2023 campaign. Let's just hope that Taylor, Strahan, and the other Big Blue legends are impressed with the Giants' defense and New York's emerging edge-rusher in 2024.