|This time last year, Aaron Robinson sat on the sidelines and watched Giants training camp go on without him as he dealt with a core muscle injury.
Training camp is a difficult time for any player to miss — serving as a vital ramp-up and acclimation to the rigors of NFL life. For a rookie cornerback, that rings especially true.
“Not being able to compete was hard,” Robinson told The Post this week. “That’s why we play this game, to compete. And also taking everything mentally, trying to learn a defense, but not being able to rep the defense.”