Giants get uplifting news as Kadarius Toney, Blake Martinez stay away from PUP list

The New York Giants authoritatively detailed for instructional course on Tuesday and the enormous shock was edge rusher Azeez Ojulari arriving on the NFI list with a hamstring injury.

Notwithstanding Ojulari arriving on NFI, the Giants additionally positioned hostile linemen Matt Peart (knee) and Nick Gates (leg), and wide beneficiary Sterling Shepard (Achilles) on the PUP list.

Those three maneuvers were completely anticipated. Truth be told, many expected more players would arrive on PUP,

including wide collector Kadarius Toney and linebacker Blake Martinez. In any case, they weren't.

Besides the fact that Toney and Martinez kept away from PUP, so did wide beneficiary Kenny Golladay, left tackle Andrew Thomas and cornerback Rodarius Williams.

Toney has managed a large number of wounds over his most memorable season-furthermore, while Thomas had an offseason lower leg medical procedure. 

Martinez and Williams are both recuperating from torn ACLs, and Golladay invested an energy in the side this spring because of an obscure physical issue.

Further, freshman edge rusher Kayvon Thibodeaux was given the go-ahead after the Giants were additional wary of him this spring, sidelining him for minicamp.

For a group consistently disabled by bad injury news, this is an invited much needed refresher.

And keeping in mind that they're still liable to take added alert with these players right off the bat in camp, this is a reassuring beginning.