Only 17 days until players report to the University of Albany for training camp. Ramses Barden, the second-year wide receiver who was inactive his entire rookie year, will be among them. Tell me what to do with him?
According to the coaches, one of the major problems aside from his small-school background was his inability to grasp special teams. What I want to know is, even if he doesn't turn into a special teams wiz, might it be worth forcing the 6-foot-6, 227-pound Barden on there just to have him available for situational play at wide receiver? Remember, he's not been seen fielding punts or kickoffs, so we're talking about a tackling and or blocking position there. Or should the Giants take a chance with him handling the kicks? And who's spot on the gameday roster should he take?
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