The Giants add to their linebacker depth The New York Giants have announced the free-agent signing of linebacker Todd Davis. Davis is an eight-year veteran, having started 69 games for the Denver Broncos and Minnesota Vikings over the course of his career.
The Giants look to add a veteran center Jeremy Fowler of ESPN is reporting they the New York Giants will host veteran center Austin Reiter. As Fowler notes, Reiter is a two-year starter for the Chiefs and has started 20 games over the last three years.
Former Kansas City Chiefs center Austin Reiter, a starting-caliber center with Super Bowl experience, is expected to visit with the NY Giants. The biggest weakness for the NY Giants heading into 2021 is still the offensive line.
Shelton has primary responsibility for replacing Dalvin Tomlinson Dexter Lawrence is a huge man, listed at 6-foot-4 and 342 pounds. Even he admits, though, that new teammate Danny Shelton makes him feel “a little bit” small.
After adding wide receivers Kenny Golladay and Kadarius Toney along with tight end Kyle Rudolph, the NY Giants’ offense will look much different in 2021 The NY Giants are set to feature a new-look offense for 2021.
The New York Giants hosted quarterback Sean Mannion for a workout on Friday and are now likely to sign the 29-year-old in the coming days. Art Stapleton of USA TODAY and NorthJersey.com was the first to report on the potential signing.
Kelvin Benjamin’s transition to tight end doesn’t appear to be going all that well. Benjamin was always viewed as overweight as a wide receiver, which is why his NFL career was fairly short, especially for a former first-round draft pick.
The New York Giants kicked off training camp this week and on the second day of practice already had a major injury scare. Projected starting left guard Shane Lemieux was carted off of the field on the second day of practice.