Five things we learned at OTA practice

Posted May 30, 2014 highlights five things we learned at Friday's practice

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Active Tight Ends
The tight ends were noticeably active at today’s organized team activity. Kellen Davis and Daniel Fells caught Eli Manning’s first two passes in the opening team period. Adrien Robinson, Larry Donnell and Daniel Fells all made nice grabs.

Eli Manning looks fine
Manning provided further proof that his left ankle is not hindering him. On one play he evaded a rush by easily rolling to his left before stopping and throwing. Manning underwent arthroscopic surgery on the ankle last month.

Speedy Rashad Jennings
Rashad Jennings demonstrated quickness and speed when he ran the ball to the outside. Jennings was also effective in the screen game by getting upfield behind his blockers.

Randle shows versatility
Rueben Randle was active all day on short and intermediate routes and caught a long Manning pass down the left sideline.

Picked off by Weaver
First-year cornerback Ross Weaver had the lone interception, picking off a Curtis Painter pass intended for Marcus Harris late in the workout.