It's one of the problems playing on a bad team: There are coaching changes.
NY hired Judge this offseason as Pat Shurmur's replacement.
No one is aware of when, however Joe Judge is aware of this: Not but.
It isn't just the rookies who have been working with their new coaches through video conferencing. Learning is even new in a world fighting a pandemic that has made social distancing the new norm. "Everyone's having to adjust". "I'm no different now. I understand that. I don't think it'll be a disadvantage if we approach it like we have; if we approach it like the opportunity is to use the time as well as we possibly can". He's there with his mom, dad and three siblings, working out at his makeshift home gym and throwing to a small group of current and former college players at a local park while following North Carolina's social-distancing guidelines.
New York Giants head coach Joe Judge says it would be hard to ask his players to fly in for training camp during the coronavirus outbreak.
Barkley also recently had some positive words about new offensive coordinator Jason Garrett.
Manning was beloved by fans and teammates, which is why it was so controversial when former Giants coach Ben McAdoo benched Eli during the 2017 season.
Before the coronavius hit the United States, Jones brought Giants receivers to North Carolina to throw in the offseason.
The New York Giants haven't reached the playoffs since 2016, and they are hoping Judge will lead them back soon.
Jones called it "a little bit awkward" at times last season with him as the starter for most of the season and the two-time Super Bowl MVP and franchise legend as his backup. He wants to earn the starting job. If Golden doesn't signal with one other staff by July 22, he reverts to the Giants for $4.1 million.
Jones enjoyed working with Manning and learned a ton from the accomplished veteran. "Look, I have a lot of respect for him as a player, he is a great person, he is a hard worker but he is a productive player". It will be certainly different, different in the room. That wasn't necessarily the case last season as a rookie with Eli Manning in the quarterback room.
Jones said the Giants, like most people dealing with the virus, talk about it and wonder about safety - and how things are going to turn out.
"I think we definitely got smarter", he said of the free agent pickups.