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Daboll, Giants Keeping Focus As Season Opener Nears

The final days of camp are upon us in East Rutherford, NJ and New York Giants Head Coach Brian Daboll reminded us Wednesday that the roster is still very much fluid and there are still plenty of decisions to be made before they kick off the 2022 season against the Tennessee Titans. 

As week 1 nears closer, so do the critical decisions that need to be made to put the best team possible on the field. Daboll said in his press conference on Wednesday afternoon that he, “has a lot of confidence in the guys that made this team.” Daboll also sang the praises of the Giants scouting department and said they have done a great job evaluating players and he has been pleased with the process here in NY.

Speaking of processes, your first year as a head coach is no easy task. Especially if you are taking on one of the oldest and most storied franchises in the league, but Daboll has been up to challenge all summer and he said his familiarity with GM Joe Schoen has helped with the process. Daboll said he and Schoen, “have a good working relationship and we are in constant communication. Expectations are clear and there is good collaboration and organization between us.”

Daboll Offers No Answers on Injured Players 

With week 1 fast approaching, so are the questions surrounding injured players. When asked if there was any update on the availability of Toney, Thibodeaux and Ojulari, the Giants head coach didn’t offer up too much information other than to say, “they are day to day right now. They are rehabbing. They are improving.”

While that may not be the answer everyone wants to hear, Daboll seemed confident that he would get his guys back sooner rather than later. 

Week 1 will be here before we know it but there is still plenty of time for roster moves to be made before the Giants kickoff off their 2022 season. For now, the Giants organization is taking Brian Daboll’s lead, and, “not looking too far ahead or too far behind.”