The Giants kicked off their first of 10 OTAs on Monday, and Big Blue took the field to shake off the rust of the offseason and get ready for their 2018 campaign.
One of the big stories heading in was how quickly 2018 first-rounder RB Saquon Barkley will fit into new head coach Pat Shurmur's offense as well as find chemistry with veteran QB Eli Manning.
Well, it looks like they're already on the same page as Barkley hauled in a pass from Manning during team drills.
Another big story was WR Odell Beckham Jr. once again showing up for a voluntary practice. Last season, Beckham missed all of the team's OTAs, but hasn't skipped a session this year.
While Beckham was held out of certain drills Monday as he continues to rehab his surgically-repaired ankle, his dance moves looked in midseason form with fellow WR Sterling Shepard.
The Giants will be back on the field Tuesday and Thursday in the first three days of OTAs. They will have a break over Memorial Day Weekend before resuming practice on May 29. Minicamp will officially kick off on June 12.