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New York Giants Have Signed Veteran Running Back

The New York Giants have added a veteran running back to their roster ahead of the 2021 regular season. It’s unclear when the Giants will get running back Saquon Barkley on the field. Barkley is still recovering from his torn ACL injury. He is hopeful to be able to play in Week 1, though his status is still very much up in the air.
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Ex-Cowboys starting center Joe Looney signs with Giants in 2021 training camp

The second time was the charm for Jason Garrett. After parting ways with the Dallas Cowboys in 2020, Garrett immediately took on the role of offensive coordinator for the New York Giants and went to work poaching what he could from North Texas. One of his attempts was for starting center Joe Looney, whom Big Blue courted heavily in free agency before the veteran offensive lineman decided to stay put with the Cowboys. Things are much different in 2021, however, because the Cowboys have moved on to second-year talent Tyler Biadasz as the presumptive starter and, as such, Looney was without an NFL home to this point.
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With 3 quarterbacks out, Vikings scramble to find camp arms

After Kellen Mond's positive test for COVID-19, the Minnesota Vikings have been left scrambling for quarterbacks. NFL safety protocols dictated that Mond, Kirk Cousins and Nate Stanley be placed into isolation on Saturday night leaving Jake Browning to take all of the reps at Saturday's practice. The Star Tribune's Andrew...
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Giants Reportedly Set to Work Out Tight End, Receiver

The New York Giants continue to explore options ahead of their planned joint practices with the Browns and Patriots later this month. New York is hosting Tommy Stevens, formerly a quarterback from Mississippi State who transitioned to tight end, and former 49ers receiver Andy Jones, according to ESPN's Field Yates.
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NFL rumors: Jaguars release ex-Giants Pro Bowler

Aldrick Rosas is out of a job. Again. The Jacksonville Jaguars announced Friday they released the 26-year-old kicker. Sign up for Giants Extra: Get exclusive news, behind-the-scenes observations and the ability to text directly with reporters. Rosas joined the Jaguars 11 months ago as a practice-squad player and eventually played...

Alfred Morris re-signs with Giants

The New York Giants have re-signed veteran RB Alfred Morris. (Adam Schefter on Twitter) Morris played nine games with the Giants in 2020. He ended the season with 55 carries for 238 yards and a touchdown, while adding three receptions for 19 yards and a receiving touchdown through the air. The move could be related to Saquon Barkley's status for Week 1, which remains unknown at this time. We will have more on that as it comes available, but for now Morris could be in line for touches to start the season.
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Jim Thorpe: Olympian And Baseball Player

Jim Thorpe, one of the greatest athletes ever, tried his hand at baseball.public domain, WikiMedia Commons. With the Summer Olympics in full swing and baseball back in the games—the gold medal game is scheduled for Saturday, August 7, the next to last day of competition—it seems fitting to take a quick look at the major league players who have been a part of the Games outside of the official medal seeking baseball teams. Interestingly, it is a short list—a very short list.
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Giants' Top Players to Target in Fantasy Football Drafts

The New York Giants were a mess offensively in 2020. While their ninth-ranked scoring defense was good enough to keep them in NFC East contention, their 31st-ranked offense was a liability. New York also ranked 31st in scoring offense, which was a problem for fantasy football enthusiasts. However, this doesn't...

West Virginia Announces 31st WVU Sports Hall of Fame Class

West Virginia athletic director Shane Lyons has announced that seven new Mountaineers will be inducted into the WVU Sports Hall of Fame as the 31st class in school history. Former football players Noel Devine, Dale Farley and Mike Fox, track & field athlete Keri Bland, Olympic gold medalist Nicco Campriani, gymnast Lajuanda Moody and woman’s basketball player Olayinka Sanni are officially part of WVU’s 2021 HoF class.

Giants host Tommy Stevens, Andy Jones for tryouts

The New York Giants continued their deep dive into remaining free agents on Sunday, hosting former Mississippi State quarterback-turned-tight end Tommy Stevens and wide receiver Andy Jones for tryouts. Stevens, 24, was a seventh-round pick of the New Orleans Saints in the 2020 NFL draft. He was converted from QB...

Report: Saints signing cornerbacks Prince Amukamara & KeiVarae Russell

NEW ORLEANS — The cornerback position has emerged as one the New Orleans Saints feel they need to address, and Sunday they reportedly did just that. According to ESPN NFL Insider, Dan Graziano, the team is signing cornerbacks Prince Amukamara and KeiVarae Russell after workouts on Sunday. Amukamara was a...

Report: Saints to sign pair of CBs from workouts to fill 'must'-add position

New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton referred to outside corner as a "must" for the team to add a player before the 2021 season, and they appear to have done it -- twice. The Saints appear set to sign cornerbacks Prince Amukamara and KeiVarae Russell, according to a report from ESPN's Dan Graziano, after hosting them for workouts this week.

New York Giants News: Team lands LB Todd Davis, Lemieux/Carter injury update

With starting middle linebacker Blake Martinez on the COVID-19 list, the New York Giants needed more linebacker depth on the roster. The team announced the signing of veteran LB Todd Davis to the roster on Saturday afternoon, with the expectation that Martinez will come off the COVID-19 list this weekend.
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Giants sign RB Alfred Morris

As anticipated, the New York Giants announced the signing of veteran running back Alfred Morris on Monday. Morris, 32, was a sixth-round selection of the Washington Football Team in the 2012 NFL draft. He remained with the team for four seasons before spending two years with the Dallas Cowboys, one year with the San Francisco 49ers and splitting time between the Cowboys and Arizona Cardinals in 2019.

John Ross knows health has been his biggest obstacle

John Ross’s NFL career has not gone according to plan. Drafted ninth overall by the Cincinnati Bengals in 2017, the speedy wide receiver was supposed to use his record-smashing 4.22 40-yard dash speed to become a play-making star in Cincinnati. Things have not worked out that way. Ross, now trying...

NY Jets: Getting Excited Over Offensive Potential

The New York Jets are looking to come into the 2021 season with a new reputation. Coming off a disgraceful 2-14 season, the Jets hit the ground running. From hiring coach Robert Saleh, to drafting BYU quarterback Zach Wilson, to adding veteran offensive weapons like Corey Davis and Tevin Coleman, the Jets are stepping up their offensive power.