New York Giants running back Rashad Jennings said Thursday at training camp that the Giants are now using a "hurry-up offense." The running back said that the tempo is the fastest he's ever played, and will give the Giants an abundance of offensive options.
The Giants hired new offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo in January, replacing long-time Giants OC Kevin Gilbride, who retired. McAdoo brings an up-tempo short passing game offense, which could bode well for quarterback Eli Manning.
Jennings, who is entering his first season with New York, said that the new offense "keeps defenses on their toes," reports Connor Hughes of SB Nation's Big Blue View.
The running back said that the tempo is the fastest he's ever played and will give the Giants an abundance of offensive options.
Jennings says offense has ability to run entire playbook no huddle #giants— Connor Hughes (@Connor_J_Hughes) July 24, 2014
Jennings played for the Raiders last season after spending his first four NFL seasons in Jacksonville.
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