The New York Giants have announced that they have re-signed DT Shaun Rogers, via Giants.com.
The specifics of Rogers’ contract are not listed in the article, but it’s very likely that this is a one-year deal.
Rogers, 33, had a blood clot in his left calf back in August, which led the team to place him on season-ending injured reserve.
Clearly the Giants were looking to add some depth to their interior defensive line, but there are some questions relating to Rogers ability at this point in his career. The good news is that Rogers can still play the run well pretty well, but offers very little in terms of interior pass rush.
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