As he enters his second season with the Giants, linebacker Alec Ogletree knows there is room for improvement.
The 27-year-old played in 13 games for the Giants last season, intercepting five passes while running two of them back for touchdowns. He also broke up eight passes and added a sack. Still, Ogletree knows there are areas of his game that he can step up in 2019.
"In the second week of Training Camp, I think we definitely put ourselves in the right positions to continue to grow and get better and go into the season playing at a high level," Ogletree said.
"Everybody has things they have to get better at. The longer you stay, you still have to get better at something. Me looking back at the season I had last year, I know there are things I could have done better, pass-wise and run-wise."