Giants CB Janoris Jenkins seems to be picking up where he left off in 2016 as he was a standout at OTAs on Tuesday, per Dan Salomone of Giants.com.
Jenkins, who almost had an interception in the two-minute drill at Monday's practice, just missed another today, this time in the end zone. Though the catch wasn't made, the Giants should be happy to see Jenkins already creating turnover opportunities.
He was also keeping tabs on WR Brandon Marshall, sticking with him on a route and batting down an intended pass to the veteran wideout.
In his first season with the Giants in 2016, Jenkins made his first Pro Bowl of his career after posting 49 combined tackles, three interceptions and one sack.
Switching to the offensive side of the ball, Will Tye, who had a great touchdown grab from Davis Webb on Monday's practice, made another spectacular play Tuesday. During seven-on-seven drills, he only needed his left hand to grab a pass from QB Josh Johnson that turned some heads.
Finally, WR Darius Powe made some noise as well after hauling in two over-the-shoulder grabs for touchdowns during the two-on-two drills.
Next to tight ends, the wide receiving corps is one of the deepest positions on the team heading into training camp. A pratice squad player in 2016, Powe will have to keep making plays if he wants to see his name on the 53-man roster.