The New York Giants have signed former Rutgers fullback Ryan D'Imperio and waived placekicker David Buehler.
The Giants announced the moves Friday as the team reported to training camp.
D'Imperio appeared in two preseason games last year with Kansas City before being waived. A seventh-round draft choice by Minnesota in 2010, he appeared in 12 games for the Vikings.
The New York Giants announced that they signed former Cowboys K David Buehler on Wednesday.
Buehler is more of a kickoff specialist with a big leg, than the traditional field goal kickers.
Mike Garafolo notes that Giants currently have three kickers on their roster, but believes there’s a good chance free agent Lawrence Tynes isn’t back with the team next season.
The Dallas Cowboys have released kicker David Buehler.
Buehler was primarily a kickoff specialist for the Cowboys, but missed most of last season with a groin injury. The move was announced Tuesday before free agency began.
A fifth-round draft pick out of USC in 2009, Buehler played in 36 career games for the Cowboys with 60 touchbacks. He made 24 of 32 field goals, 42 of 44 extra...
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March 13, 2012