New York Giants head coach Joe Judge held his first video conference of training camp on Friday and to suggest he had a lot to say would be an understatement.

Judge touched on a little bit of everything during his 30-minute meeting with reporters and while much of it felt repetitive, there was still a lot of information to absorb.

Here’s a look at eight different things we learned.

Sacrifice, sacrifice, sacrifice

The COVID-19 pandemic has essentially changed the way we live and for those in professional sports, things are even more challenging.

Judge isn’t interested in excuses however, but he is interested in personal responsibility and expects each of this players to make sacrifices in order to ensure the health and well-being of the entire team.

“The first thing we have to all understand is, everyone at this level has sacrificed to get here. We’re going to have to make some more sacrifices, whether that’s socially away from the game, how we interact with friends and family members throughout this season,” Judge said. “But we have to make the right decisions. The biggest thing is everyone has to understand that all of our decisions directly impact each other.

“It’s not fair for me to go out and do something and put myself at risk and come in here and get players sick. That’s not my right. I’m not entitled to do that. We have to all make the right decisions, both in the building following the protocols and away from the building.”

In the end, Judge believes these safety precautions are a fair trade-off for playing in the NFL.

“There are some sacrifices we have to make. Like I said earlier, everybody has had to make sacrifices to get to this level. If the biggest thing we have to do is for half a year wear masks around each other, distance a little bit and when we go home, be home, I think it’s a pretty fair trade off to be a part of the National Football League,” Judge said.