OT Steven Baker*
RB Leon Washington
RB Beanie Wells
RB Jonathan Dwyer
WR Chad Bumphus
QB Colby Cameron
WR David Douglas
LB A.J. Edds
QB Kyle Frazier
C Garth Gerhart
SS Rashard Hall
OT Ramon Harewood
G Hayworth Hicks
OT Andrew McDonald
WR Lanear Sampson
OT Zebrie Sanders
LB Julian Stanford
WR K.J. Stroud
WR Matt Veldman
Signed to practice squad according to agent.
so after every bad play he makes I can mutter "sons of bitches bumpuses"
Garth might not even be an upgrade over Jim Cordle. But it's not a good sign for Cordle that they are looking at cheap alternatives.
One less reason to keep Jernigan.
Help the return game but I doubt they want to lock in a full year's salary.
I have with washington is the Patriots were near the bottom in KR last year, Seattle (with Washington leading the way) was near the top. The Pats, with three roster spots available, cut Washington. why?
Seems Holsey/Cox have done pretty well. A good 3rd down back would be a need and maybe a LBer.
Instead of signing Wahington, Wells, Dwyer or Douglas they sign an OL to the Practice squad .... Why ?
the other Hicks is already a huge star.
you need enough OL to practice
They already had two OL on PS.
Is this thread saying Baker got signed and is replacing Goiden or IHOP?
on LB Edds and OT Sanders coming out of college. Would love to see them in this system.
who was supposed to push for a starting role. I guess he tailed off throughout camp.
I would really love to know what criteria the Giants use to rate the kind of talent they look for in a linebacker.
nice call on LB Edds and OT Sanders I was thinking the same thing.
Dwyer is only 24 yr. old and offers the best Versatility out of that group. Add him with the other 2 and we have upgraded
Of course that is if we have the CAP space.
He is still a major threat in the return game and would fit a role as 3rd down back.
one of our hump back ups like Cordle.
may not be ready. He torn the hip labrum in both legs in the last year IIRC.