It was supposed to be a day when the Giants could have used the opportunity to restock their locker room with fresh gear and celebrate their AFC championship with a couple of happy family members.
Instead, the team was forced to keep the same locker room that has been the site of a few recent flare-ups.
The team’s locker room has been a mess this week, according to the Giants’ training camp director.
The team was scheduled to travel to Arizona to play the Cardinals on Sunday, but the team is instead planning to leave on Friday.
The Giants’ locker room is being cleaned out, but not before some of the players are left wondering how to clean their gear.
One player, who was not authorized to speak publicly, said his teammates are “not having fun.”
The player, whose name was withheld, said he has seen some players “not wanting to do anything, because they want to get something done.
But, in the end, it’s like a football team.”
The player, a member of the practice squad, said that he and a few teammates are preparing to take a bus to the team’s hotel on Friday to clean out the locker room.
He added that some players are even going to the hospital to check on their teammates after games.
Some players have been wearing their protective gear during practices.
The players, who work out in the locker rooms, do not have access to their locker rooms.
The Giants, who won the Super Bowl in the Superdome, are preparing for the season-opener against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
On Friday, coach Tom Coughlin said he expects the team to play without its starting quarterback, Eli Manning.
Manning is scheduled to start his first game since undergoing surgery to repair a torn labrum in his left shoulder on Nov. 26.
Manning was expected to be back on the field by the end of this week.
In a news conference on Tuesday, Coughling said that the team has made progress on its return to practice.
He said the team believes that Manning will be ready to play by the start of training camp in July.
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