With the start of free agency three weeks away, the New York Giants addressed one of their pending unrestricted free agents ahead of time, re-signing long-snapper Zak DeOssie. Continue reading Giants Re-sign LS Zak DeOssie
The Giants announced they’ve signed quarterback Rusty Smith, who played four seasons as a backup in Tennessee. Continue reading Giants Sign Quarterback Rusty Smith
The Giants’ free agency tear continued this on Friday with the team adding veteran free agent tight end Keel Davis on a one-year deal. Continue reading Giants Sign Tight End Kellen Davis
The Giants busy offseason continued on Tuesday with the team increasing the number of free agents signed from other teams to 13.
Offensive lineman Charles Brown, previously with the new Orleans Saints, became the fourth offensive lineman to be added in free agency, joining guard/tackle Geoff Schwartz (Kansas City), center J.D. Walton (Denver/Washington) and guard/tackle John Jerry (Miami). Brown signed on Tuesday.
Defensive end Robert Ayers, a Jersey City, NJ native who last year played with the Denver Broncos, signed on Wednesday morning. Continue reading Giants Sign Offensive Lineman Charles Brown and Defensive End Robert Ayers
Note: I’m re-posting this information to show what free agents were signed and which ones were lost, as the original post has been buried. Continue reading Updated Giants 2014 Free Agency Score Card
The Giants have signed offensive lineman John Jerry, 6-5 and 335 pounds, a former starter at right guard for the Miami Dolphins in the last two seasons. Continue reading Giants Add Offensive Lineman John Jerry
The Giants made the signings of receivers Trindon Holliday and Mario Manningham official. Continue reading Giants Add Trindon Holliday, Mario Manningham
A day after inking cornerback Walter Thurmond to presumably play the slot cornerback , the New York Giants have added former Broncos cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie to the fold.
Per ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Rodgers-Cromartie’s new deal is for five years and $39 million with $15 million guaranteed.
Rodgers-Cromartie, who also met with the Jets over the weekend, is expected to move into the starting lineup opposite of Prince Amukamara.
Stay tuned for more details as we get them on this transaction.