Honestly, the Bengal game last year showed me how much better and physical they were. That was true of the regular season. This pre season shows me how much more physical our D line is. As well, our O line is getting no push. Inserting Pugh will certa...
A quick synopsis of each roster move made by the New York Giants to get to the NFL-mandated 75-man limit.
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With the Giants offensive line continuing to struggle, the team has turned to a familiar face for help.
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New York Giants linebacker Jonathan Casillas is determined to not miss opening weekend because of a rib injury suffered Saturday against the Jets.
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Let's look at who has been let go as the Giants complete first round of cuts. The New York Giants reached the 75-man roster limit on Tuesday by releasing 11 players and placing one on injured reserve. They also stunningly brought back offensive tackle Will Beatty, who is expected to compete for the right tackle job.
The biggest names of players cut by the Giants on Tuesday were defensive back Bennett Jackson and safety Cooper Taylor.
The Giants placed reserve offensive tackle Byron Stingily on injured reserve with a concussion.
Here is the full list of cuts announced by the Giants Tuesday:
Surprise move adds depth for Giants at the tackle spots In what has to be considered a major surprise, multiple reports this afternoon indicate that offensive tackle Will Beatty is returning to the New York Giants.
The Giants showed no interest in retaining Beatty, a Giant from 2009-2015, during the offseason. Beatty, the team’s starting left tackle from 2011-2014, missed all of last season. He tore a pectoral muscle in OTAs and then suffered a shoulder injury while rehabbing.
Beatty was the Giants’ second-round pick in 2009. There was thought to be little chance that the Giants and Beatty would...