Another day, more questions for the New York Giants. Free-agent running back Jason Snelling is scheduled to visit today, and there are a variety of reports that the Giants and the former Atlanta running back/fullback are serious about each other.
That, of course, could mean the end of Ahmad Bradshaw's Giants career. Bradshaw and the Giants are reportedly not close on a contract, and Bradshaw is drawing interest from other teams, reportedly Washington and Cincinnati right now.
These are anxious times for Giants fans, who have watched the NFC East rival Philadelphia Eagles get cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha, defensive end Jason Babin and cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and the New York Jets sign Plaxico Burress.
Normally, teams have a mostly-settled roster when training camps begin. Due to the NFL Lockout and the compressed free agency period, though, rosters around the league are still being shuffled.
Tom Coughlin, the famously rules-oriented, highly-organized Giants coach seems to be dealing as well as can be expected with all of the comings and goings.
"We talked about this extensively and this might be one of those unusual years where you may have changes in your roster anytime throughout training camp. You go into it knowing full well, normally that's the case. This year, because of the last six months, who knows? There could be changes throughout camp." Coughlin said. "Yeah, you'd like it settled. Yeah, you want to get to work. Yeah, you want to have cumulative practice time. Hopefully that will be the case. To always try to improve and do better and create the competition you're talking about, I'd like to be able to do that, too."
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