Giants WR Kadarius Toney having fun with ‘extra open’ offense below new coach Brian Daboll

It is early in coaching camp, however New York Giants receiver Kadarius Toney is already digging the brand new offense below coach Brian Daboll and offensive coordinator Mike Kafka greater than final 12 months’s system.

“I really feel prefer it’s a number of power that they’ve introduced into the constructing, a number of flexibility, I assume you can say,” Toney stated Friday, by way of NJ Advance Media. “It is extra open. I actually take pleasure in it. With route operating and stuff like that, it is not as pen and paper.”

It was clear final season that Giants gamers did not love the offensive system below Joe Decide and Jason Garrett, who was fired halfway via the marketing campaign. With the offensive-minded Daboll taking on, gamers like Toney have extra freedom to make use of their abilities creatively.

“As a substitute of simply operating it technical and all that,” Toney stated, “it offers you an opportunity to win [against a defender], as a substitute of simply having to do it a sure means each time. The coaches can solely draw up a play. We have got to execute it, on the finish of the day.”

Toney’s rookie season was characterised by extraordinary highs and lows as he handled accidents that held him to only 10 video games. The rookie’s 189-yard explosion towards Dallas confirmed his huge upside, however he had seven video games with 40 or fewer yards.

Toney skipped voluntary exercises this offseason however declined to elaborate on the rationale Friday.

“It was a private cause. I do not suppose I’ve actually obtained to clarify it,” he stated.

Toney has the potential for a breakout season below Daboll, however first, he wants to indicate he can keep wholesome.