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Best Of Social Media: Day 1 Of Patriots Joint Practices With The New York Giants

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1 year ago at 8:45 pm ET

Best Of Social Media: Day 1 Of Patriots Joint Practices With The New York GiantsPaul Rutherford-USA TODAY Sports

The New England Patriots began the first of two joint practices with the New York Giants on the Gillette Stadium practice fields on Wednesday in some tough late summer heat.

A notable storyline heading into the session was how would quarterback Mac Jones perform with starting quarterback reps due to the absence of Cam Newton over a “misunderstanding” with COVID-19 protocols?

As it turns out, Jones wound up taking full advantage of the newfound opportunity and put together his best outing of the summer, at one point even completing 14 consecutive passes against the Giants defense.

The Boston Herald’s Andrew Callahan shared more of his thoughts from day one over Twitter.

As for how the rest of practice went, you can check out additional sights and sounds shared across social media below.

https://twitter.com/JoeGiza/status/1430578791181692932?s=20

https://twitter.com/JoeGiza/status/1430570854157590530?s=20

The Patriots will be back in action for day two tomorrow with the Giants in the last public practice in Foxborough this season before they travel to New Jersey this weekend for the preseason finale.


Posted Under: 2021 Patriots Training Camp
Tags: Anfernee Jennings Cam Newton Gunner Olszewski Hunter Henry Jakobi Meyers JJ Taylor Lawrence Guy Mac Jones Rhamondre Stevenson Ted Karras

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