Sinorice Moss Performing Well During OTAs

The sight of rookie Ramses Barden, Domenik Hixon and Sinorice Moss all getting deep to haul in passes during today's Organized Team Activity practice is not a sight that was often seen in previous years.

That's because the Giants have moved out of their too-small 55-yard practice bubble and into their spacious 100-yard indoor fieldhouse, which is cavernous and has plently of room for Eli Manning to let loose.

That was not the case in the past. Manning admitted he was hesitant to throw the ball on certain routes, fearing he'd run one of his receivers right into the side wall. Defensive backs knew they could cheat just a bit, knowing there was precious little room to get beat deep.

"If I was playing defensive back I think I take the underneath stuff away and count on the wall behind me in the bubble to run guys into,'' Tom Coughlin said. "A quarterback's not going to run a guy into the wall. It's definitely going to help us.''

Hixon and Moss both made nice catches over the middle, Hixon stretching high and Moss diving low.

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