Giants news: New York to have 10 open practices during training camp
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Giants to have 10 open practices during training camp

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The New York Giants will have 10 open practices during training camp next month.

Pro Football Talk’s Josh Alper reported the development on June 20.

The team announced its plans for camp on Thursday. There will be 10 practices open to the public at the team’s training center, which is a stone’s throw from MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

Giants veterans are set to report to camp on July 24 and the first open practice will be held on the afternoon of July 25.

Attendance and parking at all 10 practices will be free, although the Giants suggest fans register in advance in order to ensure there’s space for them to watch Daniel Jones, Eli Manning and players vying for other spots on the roster.

The Giants’ training camp will take place at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center, per their official website. Alper says the Giants’ final open practice will take place on August 13. New York will face the Chicago Bears in their second preseason game three days later.

According to, select Giants legends players will sign autographs for the fans during the practice games. The team did not divulge the specific names of the legends.

Many teams don’t allow access to fans during training camp. Some allow minimal access. A prime example is the Philadelphia Eagles, who will allow their fans to attend training camp practice just once this year, per the New York Post’s Paul Schwartz.

Ten open practices should give the Giants fans an idea of how the team will fare in the 2019 NFL season. It’ll be interesting to see how the G-Men fare without Odell Beckham, Jr. and with rookie Daniel Jones under center.