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The Giants have brought in a handful of free agents for visits who would be low-cost supplements to their roster. The latest: Louis Murphy, the former Raiders and Panthers receiver, according to an ESPN report.
Murphy spent the first three years of his NFL career in Oakland, before being traded to Carolina last summer. A former fourth-round pick out of Florida, Murphy's most productive season was in 2010 for the Raiders, when he recorded 41 catches for 609 yards and two touchdowns. Murphy played 16 games for the Panthers last season, starting five.
Source: Newark Star Ledger
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The New York Giants have agreed to terms with Louis Murphy.
WR Louis Murphy agrees to terms on a one-year deal with the Giants, per league source.
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Former Carolina Panthers wide receiver Louis Murphy has signed a one-year deal with the New York Giants.Fantasy Spin:Murphy won't have much fantasy value in New York unless the team suffers multiple injuries with stars Victor Cruz and Hakeem Nicks taking up most of the targets.
Pro Football Talk reports that WR Louis Murphy has signed a one-year deal with New York Giants.
Murphy and the Giants reached an agreement just a day after he visited with the team.
The move adds some much needed depth to the Giants wide receiver unit that figures to lose Domenik Hixon and Ramses Barden at some point.
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