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3 Things We Learned from New York Giants OTAs
Jim O'Connor-USA TODAY Sports
WR Rueben Randle hauls in a pass during OTAs.

The New York Giants are two-thirds of the way through organized team activities, with the final practices taking place this week (June 3-7).  Now, five months removed from the Giants' 42-7 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles in the 2012 season finale, we are catching the first glimpse of what's to come in 2013.  

The Giants coaching staff is currently working with a very fluid version of the 90-man roster it will bring to training camp, where it will eventually be cropped to 53.  That doesn't mean, however, that the staff has all 90 members in attendance—OTAs are voluntary, and some players have been elsewhere during the early summer workouts.

The offseason practices are quickly picking up steam, and the '13 Giants are starting to take shape.  This article will highlight three things we've learned from New York Giants OTAs thus far.

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