Saquon Barkley: I trust my knees again

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Giants coach Brian Dabol sang the praises of Sacon Barkley’s return during a press conference on Wednesday at the team’s mandatory small camp, and Barkley got a chance to do some of his own maneuvers later in the day.

Barkley said he enjoys the way he uses Daboll’s attack, which includes lining up off the field in order to find different ways to put the ball in the hands of the second overall selection for the 2018 draft. Barkley said he feels like it wasn’t Moved around the formation like this Since college.

When it comes to moving overall, Barkley has remained positive. He tore his ACL in 2020 and wasted some time with an ankle injury last year, but he said everything is fine for now.

“I feel much better than me I felt at this point Barkley said last year, via Ralph Facciano of SNY. “My body feels comfortable. I trust my knees again.”

The Giants have Barkley and quarterback Daniel Jones in their final decade years because the past two years have fallen short on reasons to build around them in the future. Giving both players those reasons in 2022 would be costly for the Giants, but that would fall into the category of good problems to have after years of dealing with bad ones.

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