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Social Media Reacts To Browns, Giants Joint Practice


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The histories of the Cleveland Browns and the New York Giants are strangely intertwined.

Odell Beckham Jr. came from the Giants, and Coaches Stefanski and Judge were briefly high school teammates.

Former Browns coach Freddie Kitchens was back in Berea as the Giants senior offensive assistant, and Nick Chubb was eager to see him.

It was not a surprise given the background that these teams decided to hold joint practices together.

Today was the first session.

If you are wondering how it went or which team looked better, that is hard to say.

Take a look at the social media reactions from various sources and see for yourself.

What We Know

 

Giants running back Saquon Barkley did not participate in all of the activities as the team is still easing him back from ACL surgery.

Also recovering from ACL surgery is Odell Beckham Jr.

He was limited to bike and sideline work.

John Mara, co-owner of the Giants, was looking forward to seeing Beckham with whom he still has a good relationship.

He said:

“I think it’s a trade that will work out well for both sides. Obviously, the players that we added have been big contributors for us. I expect Odell to have a great season. I still have a great relationship with him, I’ve texted with him. I’m looking forward to seeing him next week.”

Sterling Shepard also had positive comments about OBJ.

Conclusion

 

Joint practices are a great way to break up the monotony of training camp.

It also allows both teams to see how their preseason preparations are going in comparison to the other team.

Friday’s joint practice will be structured differently.

There will be fewer reps and more emphasis on red zone work in the leadup to their preseason game on Sunday afternoon at FirstEnergy Stadium.



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