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In addition to a new attitude, new defensive coordinator Perry Fewell is bringing with him a different avenue for his defensive backs to defend the opposition. Cornerbacks coach Peter Giunta explained during the first day of camp that the Giants old style of pass defense will now have some company.

While the Giants will still utilize the art of players matching up their routes first and then reading the QB, they're also going to have the DBs focus on the quarterback from the snap and then match up on the receivers and the routes they're running after that. "We're going to have more eyes on the quarterbacks, and guys looking at the quarterback and breaking on the ball," Giunta said. "That...

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