continued "If you're looking for that special autograph, this is the place to be," said Mein.
John Shihrer of Glenville wasn't interested in getting autographs, though. He sat in the stands and watched intently as the Giants ran their plays in public for the first time since the Super Bowl.
"I think the key is if the offensive line is going to hold up for Eli (Manning) this year," said Shihrer. "If the offensive line does that, I think Eli's going to be productive."
Ultimately, the New York Giants are hoping that their three-week stay in Albany leads to a productive NFL season -- one that includes another shot at a Super Bowl ring.
"We have to focus on coming together as a team," said Canty.
Giants training camp continues for the next two weeks at UAlbany. Practices begin at 1 p.m. For details on practices and parking, visit www.giants.com or www.albany.edu/giants.