New York Giants fans will get their first look at their favorite team on Thursday, July 26 at training camp in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
On Thursday, the New York Giants released the specific training camp practices that are open to the public, the first of which takes place on Thursday, July 26.
This will give fans the first chance to see the 2018 Giants in action and a first look at why rookie phenom Saquon Barkley has been the talk of the team during OTAs and minicamp.
Fans will also get to see fan favorite Odell Beckham Jr. back in action after he missed most of last season due to a fractured ankle. There has been speculation that Beckham would hold out of training camp, but he said recently that he plans to attend.
#NYGiants announce 2018 Training Camp schedule presented by @Toyota! Free and open to the public! Details: https://t.co/OvY6ftaO2r pic.twitter.com/pvJs8wV8k4
— New York Giants (@Giants) June 28, 2018
In addition to witnessing the 2018 Giants practice on the field, a select Giants legend will sign autographs during each practice for all fans. A listing of those Giants legends and the dates they will sign will be released on Giants.com.
Also, each day after practice, a rotating group of current Giants players will sign autographs for the first 400 fans age 12 and under. The autograph opportunity will take place behind the Kids’ Zone area.
All kids who are interested in the opportunity are encouraged to visit the sign-up table with a guardian immediately upon arriving at the practice so that they can receive a wristband. The sign-up table will be located immediately in front of the kids’ autograph area, and all wristbands will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis.
In case of inclement weather (including rain, wind, thunderstorms or extreme heat) the practices would be moved to indoors in which would not be open to the public.
Giants are practicing inside today for OTAs. @EliteSportsNY #GiantsPride #NYG pic.twitter.com/d4UqHl1IcW
— Jason Leach (@JasonKLeach) June 4, 2018
It’s recommended that all attending Giants fans head to the team’s official website prior to each practice to see if practices will be moved indoors.