On the heels of a disappointing Monday at Giants training camp in Albany, N.Y., David Tyree explained his frustrations as he attempts to return to football after a year on the sidelines with injuries.

“I’m not happy with my performance, flat out,” Tyree said. “I’m not ashamed to say it, I just didn’t perform up to my level. Especially at this point, I don’t feel limited in anyway, I know there’s some frustrating things going on in the body, but when it comes to catching the football that’s what I get paid to do. It’s definitely frustrating, by my standards I haven’t put together a full day. I either started off bad and finished strong or started off good and not finish strong. It’s just part of the game, I’m human.”

Tyree showed his frustrations when he tried to kick his helmet.

“You can’t destroy it, it’s Giants equipment, you know what I’m saying,” Tyree said. “I like being a Giant, but like I said, those catches are kind of like routes on air. I guess I should be impressed with the fact that I can get open coming off my injury, but that’s not impressive when you drop the ball.” Full story …

Giants WR David Tyree admits he is not happy with his performance during training camp. (Mike Groll / Associated Press)

Giants WR David Tyree admits he is not happy with his performance during training camp. (Mike Groll / Associated Press)