Big Blue fans’ introduction to Andrew Adams was not a pleasant one.
In Adams’ NFL debut for the New York Giants, he took a late-game and unnecessary personal foul penalty. The undrafted rookie launched himself at a Washington Redskins defender on special teams. The G-Men dropped a 29-27 decision to the ‘Skins last September as a result.
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Fortunately for Adams he got a second chance. And when fellow rookie Darian Thompson went down with a season-ending foot injury, Adams unexpectedly stepped in.
According to Newsday on June 17, 2017, it’s déjà vu all over again. “This season, they might ask him to start again. He’s been handling that role for most of the workouts because Darian Thompson is returning from foot surgery and missed minicamp due to an illness.”
Lean on me
Heading into this season, Adams is not just happy to make the squad. He has earned his stripes, based upon a full season of work as the starter. Per Pro Football Focus, Adams logged 755 defensive snaps last season. He earned a respectable 79.4…
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