DeAndre Baker's legal situation is still ongoing, but that didn't stop the Giants cornerback from posting a series of workout videos to his Instagram account on Tuesday.
Shortly after Baker pleaded not guilty to all eight of his charges - four counts of aggravated assault and four counts of armed robbery - the second-year cornerback added three videos to his Instagram story, which showed him working out in a rainy South Florida.
Baker has been told by the Giants to stay away from the team's virtual offseason program for the time being, but it seems like he's continuing to work out on his own.
The 22-year-old corner was released from jail on Sunday morning after posting $200,000 bond. One of his lawyers, Patrick G. Patel, told SNY Insider Ralph Vacchiano that Baker is the victim of a "shakedown," and that he did not commit any of the crimes he is accused of by the Miramar (Fla.) Police Department.
Baker's legal team requested a motion that his firearm not be surrendered to authorities, which was approved. The motion also requested that Baker be allowed to travel to New Jersey, as soon as it's "safe to travel up there."
Baker's charges stem from an incident in Miramar last week, when the Giants corner, allegedly joined by Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar and one other unidentified person, was accused of using a semi-automatic weapon to rob victims at a party.
Baker allegedly stole $12,400 in cash from four people and four watches ranging in price from $600 to $25,000 (total value of the watches: $61,100, per the arrest warrant).