Giants tight ends coach Mike Pop told ESPNNewYork.com that he likes what he’s seen from second-year tight end Adrien Robinson already this year.
“Adrien Robinson appears to have gone into the land of the believers,” Pope said recently. “And yes he has been making some good progress. He is doing a lot of the assignment things correctly. Now we have to get him to adjust to the way the defense is playing on each particular play and to make the best decisions based on how the defense is playing. But he is running well and he has his weight down some.
“The quarterback is starting to find him,” Pope continued. “He is hard to miss –- he is the tallest tree in the forest out there. So he is a good target. But we are more than mildly pleased with the progress that he has made from an assignment standpoint.”
Robinson will have a chance to prove that he’s gotten better when the preseason roles around un less than two months.