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For the first time since the end of 2019, the Giants had supporters at MetLife Stadium.

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. AP National Sports By TOM CANAVAN, AP Sports Writer
The New York Giants returned to MetLife Stadium in front of their home crowd for the first time since the end of the 2019 season.
It was simply a training camp exercise, but it was clear that it meant a lot to the players and fans to reconnect after the 2020 NFL season was canceled due to the pandemic and games were played in front of 78,000 empty seats.
The Giants distributed 50,000 tickets to fans who requested them, with just under 29,000 people attending the so-called Fan Fest, according to the team.
When the about 90 players and coaches went onto the field, the crowd erupted in applause.
Fans erupted in applause after a handful of great plays and touchdown passes, one of which was thrown by Daniel Jones to Alfred Morris.