The New York Giants hit some of the frenetic trades of the season finale earlier than their MetLife Stadium roommates, the New York Jets, walked out for four-time MVP Aaron Rodgers.
The Giants added firepower on offense by buying and selling in Darren Waller from the Las Vegas Raiders. In 56 video games for Las Vegas, Waller had 286 catches for 3,469 yards and 17 touchdowns. He might undoubtedly be top-of-the-line targets Daniel Jones has had to date.
The one-off Professional Bowl tightrope appears to have embraced the newfound tradition within the locker room arrange by head coach Brian Daboll, and he stated so on Thursday.
“Yeah, they worth our opinion right here,” Waller stated by way of ESPN. “As a participant, I really feel like numerous locations I have been, you are instructed to do one thing a sure means and also you do this. However right here, they ask numerous questions. They wish to know what you assume, what you wish to do extra .
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“So offering enter is basically cool as a result of coaches and gamers must accomplice up. We’re all on this collectively and should not conflict with one another. We’re all stepping into the identical route.”
Waller comes from a company that has been by means of some tough years. The uneasiness across the Raiders runs from the entrance workplace to the teaching employees to these utilizing the silver and black recreation out and in.
Waller added that he loved “several types of vitality” on the court docket.
“That is what I like to be right here,” he stated. “It is enjoyable. It is also difficult. Folks have held you to excessive requirements since I bought right here and I attempt to give again.”