Giants DE Olivier Vernon said LT Ereck Flowers has improved since last season.
"As far as his hands, his hands are getting better," Vernon said after practice on Thursday. "As far as technique, he's improved a whole lot, I'll say that. I know with Flowers, he's always working on his technique and asking questions about what he's doing wrong or what he's doing good on. So, that tells me he's somebody just trying to get better."
Flowers, who has been the Giants' starting left tackle for the last two seasons after being selected with the 9th overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, has also been asking Vernon how he can get better.
"Yeah, we talk all the time," Vernon said. "He's asking what, as far as what techniques, as far as what he can give you. Anything to help each other get better."
The Giants didn't place much emphasis on improving the offensive line this offseason, after the unit struggled in 2016.
Earlier this offseason, GM Jerry Reese highlighted Flowers and T Bobby Hart as two players who give the team a reason to be hopeful about the offensive line.
"(They're) almost kind of developmental," Reese said. "(They have) some ups and downs as young players, but we expect those guys to make a significant jump this season because they've been in the league already. Those guys could have been in this draft class."