Eli Manning and the New York Giants capped a week of workouts despite the lockout, with 27 players attending practice today at a local high school.
Manning, Pro Bowl linemen Shaun O’Hara and Chris Snee and 24 other players attended the final practice at Bergen Catholic High School. They introduced some rookies to plays while using the time to bond.
The workouts started under a short-lived veil of secrecy Monday and drew as many as 39 players Tuesday. Players did not talk to the media until Friday.
No new workouts are planned. O’Hara, the team’s union representative, told the players to be ready to report to training camp at the University at Albany in late July. However, he is unaware whether the owners and players are any closer to a new collective bargaining agreement.