It’s been a long, long time since cornerback Sam Beal took the practice field for the New York Giants, spending much of the summer nursing a hamstring injury. But with only a week remaining in training camp, Beal finally returned on Sunday afternoon.
Although Beal only took part in individual drills and was held out during the team portion of practice, it was a noteworthy step in the right direction for the sophomore cornerback.
In addition to Beal, linebacker Alec Ogletree (calf) also returned to the field during individual drills, while rookie cornerback Deandre Baker looked fluid in DB drills a little more than a week after an ACL scare.
Meanwhile, wide receiver Golden Tate (concussion) and linebacker Josiah Tauaefa (unknown) were wearing yellow non-contact jerseys at the start of practice, as offensive lineman George Asafo-Adjei (concussion), running back Rod Smith (groin), linebacker Jonathan Anderson (knee) and safety Kenny Ladler (unknown) sat off to the side.