New York Giants: Top News 6/7 – Corey Coleman in the lead for starting job

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Good Morning, New York Giants Fans!

With minicamp wrapping up, the Giants will have four OTA practices next week, which are voluntary. Once again, I anticipate a majority of the team attending. Have I mentioned the positive atmosphere around the team, yet?

Something is certainly different about this group play player – no distractions and nothing for the media to gobble up and spit back out. Why do you think some Giants networks are still holding on to the Odell Beckham Jr. money making machine?

Anyway, I want to look into a different receiver – Corey Coleman.

So far during camp, Coleman has looked stellar. He went as far as to ask head coach Pat Shurmur how he helped Stefon Diggs and Adam Thielen reach their potential. Hopefully, the coach, known as the “quarterback whisperer,” can help his talented wideout break out in 2019.

Coleman played a background role last season, hauling in just five catches for 71 yards. His minimal usage should elevate in the year ahead, as he continues to battle with Cody Latimer for the No. 3 receiver job. At this point, Corey holds the advantage, but there’s plenty of time left for Latimer to emerge victoriously.

This is certainly a position battle to keep an eye on.


Your Giants top news of the day!

Dan Salomone ( – Who stood out on Day 3 of Giants minicamp?

Paul Schwartz (New York Post) – Darius Slayton has Giants saying exactly what he wants to hear

Ed Valentine (Big Blue View) – Giants’ rookie quarterback Daniel Jones off to good start this spring

Dan Benton (Giants Wire) – Giants’ Nate Solder won’t commit to training camp return

Alexander Wilson (Empire Sports Media) – New York Giants darkhorse tight end CJ Conrad making waves in minicamp

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