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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – The Giants today filled the opening on their roster by signing defensive back Authentic Rashaan Gaulden Jersey off their practice squad, which he joined on Dec. 4.

Gaulden, 6-1 and 200 pounds, played in 24 games in two seasons with the Carolina Panthers, including nine this year, most recently on Nov. 24 at New Orleans. He was released the following day.

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Gaulden was credited with 14 tackles (10 solo) and returned one punt for the Panthers. He was a 2018 third-round draft choice (85th overall) by Carolina, from the University of Tennessee.

Gaulden fills the roster spot that was created when cornerback Janoris Jenkins was waived/injured last week.

The Giants also signed defensive end Authentic Kevin Wilkins Jersey to their practice squad. Wilkins, who played at Rutgers, is 6-2 and 304 pounds. He was signed as a rookie free agent by the Philadelphia Eagles on May 9 and waived on Aug. 31. Wilkins was on the Eagles’ practice squad from Dec. 3-10.

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One of Bill Belichick’s rules for his New England Patriots players is to “speak for yourself.”

Former GM and Belichick confidant Michael Lombardi and former Patriots tackle Nate Solder both told me that last fall for a story on Belichick’s “Patriot Way.”

“Their four things when you walk in are do your job, be attentive, put the team first, and speak for yourself,” Lombardi said. “Speak for yourself means you don’t speak about other guys’ business, and no one answers for you. You answer for yourself [to media].”

Solder nodded: “Be prepared. Speak for yourself. And don’t fuel the noise.”

Fast forward to Tuesday afternoon, then, and listen to new Giant Authentic Nate Ebner Jersey describe his longtime Patriots special teams coach, Joe Judge, and the culture he’ll bring to the Giants:

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“I’m going to let Joe speak for himself on what his message and culture and all that stuff that he wants to do,” Ebner, 31, said in his introductory conference call, in New York on a one-year deal. “I can tell you this, whatever that will be, not only from Joe but the rest of that coaching staff, I’m going to do the best that I can to do it to the best of my ability. Whatever capacity they need me in, whatever I’m asked to do, I’m going to do it, and I’m going to do it the best I can.

“That, to me, is what I kind of watched in New England some great players do,” he added. “That’s kind of a mindset that as a team, if we can all buy in together, then we’ll be in there playing for each other. That’s what great teams do, is play for each other. At the end of the day, I’m going to do what’s asked of me and I’m going to do it to the best of my ability.”

The ‘Patriot Way’ will surely be reflected in the Giants locker room with head coach Joe Judge and now Nate Ebner.
The ‘Patriot Way’ will surely be reflected in the Giants locker room with head coach Joe Judge and now Nate Ebner.(Elise Amendola/AP)
Speak for yourself? Check. Do your job? Check. Put the team first? Check. Be attentive? Check. Don’t fuel the noise? Check.

Of course, it should come as no surprise that Ebner still sounded like a Patriot in his first interview as a Giant. Obviously, that’s part of the reason he’s here.

Judge brought Ebner with him primarily due to his on-field reliability as a core and exclusive special teamer. But Ebner also came into the NFL in 2012, Judge’s first season on the Patriots’ special teams staff.

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So their eight years together makes Ebner as qualified as anyone to be one of Judge’s conduits to the new Giants locker room. And Ebner made clear he has a high opinion of Judge.

“Joe works extremely hard,” Ebner said. “He is an extremely hard worker, he pays attention to the details. He really pays attention to the details. He comes to work with a lot of energy and he did that consistently over the eight years that I’ve known him. I think that is a genuine part of him. I think he is going to bring that same energy and hopefully that same attention to detail and work ethic.

“At the end of the day, he cares a lot about his guys,” Ebner continued. “I can’t say that about a lot of coaches. I think that’s special, and I think that’s hopefully going to want to make a lot of players play for him.”

Personally, Ebner is unique in facing the repercussions of the current COVID-19 pandemic on the sports world from both a player’s and owner’s perspective.

He and former Patriots teammate Patrick Chung are part owners of the New England Free Jacks, an expansion Major League Rugby franchise that just had its inaugural season cancelled.

“It’s unfortunate for the guys and the fans,” Ebner, a former U.S. Olympian in rugby, said. “Especially this being the first year for the Free Jacks. I feel bad for the fan base and the people that have been waiting to see them go out there and play. I feel bad for everyone in the country. Everyone has a situation that they are having to deal with.”

Ebner said his primary job, however, is as an NFL football player. And with the Giants, clearly, it will be to bring elements of Judge’s way, of the “Patriots’ Way,” to his new club.

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Authentic James Bradberry Jersey didn’t expect to land with the New York Giants when free agency started, even though there were a lot of dots that connected him to New York. Giants general manager Dave Gettleman drafted Bradberry when he was Carolina Panthers GM in 2016, and Gettleman has brought plenty of former Panthers players to the Giants before.

Bradberry swears the Giants weren’t even on his list. Not until Gettleman and the Giants camp contacted him.

“(Gettleman) reached out to my agent,” Bradberry said Friday on his introductory conference call with Giants reporters, via a Giants press release. “I didn’t even talk to Gettleman. They came out of nowhere to make an offer. I didn’t expect them to come and make an offer.”

A second-round pick of the Panthers in 2016, Bradberry had 279 tackles, 47 passes defensed, eight interceptions and three sacks in four seasons with the team. Bradberry started all 60 games with the team, improving his coverage skills each season.

Opposing quarterbacks last season completed just 59.8% of their passes targeting Bradberry, who gave up 11.1 yards per completion, one touchdown and allowed just a 70.1 passer rating. There’s a reason Bradberry earned a three-year, $45 million deal, making him one of the highest-paid cornerbacks in the NFL.

It doesn’t really matter if Gettleman reached out to Bradberry; he didn’t have to sell the cornerback to New York.

“He already knew the type of guy I was, and I already knew the type of guy he was,” Bradberry said. “I already knew what type of organization he was trying to build over there in New York. I knew it was nothing but positive.”

The Giants expect Bradberry to be a good player but also a leader in a locker room that has won just 12 games over the past three seasons. New York wants to build a winning culture, with Bradberry leading the charge.

“Dave saw me close and personal my first year and then after that he saw me from afar,” Bradberry said. “After that, I think he saw me improve each and every year. In order to improve you got to be able to take knowledge and apply it on the field. That’s what I want to do for the younger guys. I want to give them knowledge and hopefully they can apply it on the field.”

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Former Kentucky defensive back Authentic Derrick Baity Jersey has earned another shot in the NFL.

Baity, a 6-foot-3, 188-pound cornerback out of Tampa, FL, was signed to the New York Giants practice squad today.

The franchise announced the news this morning.

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After going undrafted in the 2019 NFL Draft, Baity originally signed with the Houston Texans as a free agent before being cut on August 31.

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In two preseason games with the Texans, Baity racked up nine combined tackles, two pass deflections, and an interception.

Here was his impressive pick against the Detroit Lions:

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During his time at Kentucky, the talented defensive back never missed a single game in his four-year career, playing in all 51 career games with 41 starts. In that time, Baity totaled 148 tackles, 25 PBUs, 6.0 TFL, six interceptions, two forced fumbles, and two quarterback hurries.

He also helped the Wildcats win 29 games in four years, the second-most of any senior class since freshmen became eligible in 1972. Only the 2009 senior class had more, winning 30 games in their four years at Kentucky.

As a senior, Baity started in 12 of 13 games, totaling 38 tackles and a team-high seven PBUs en route to UK’s first 10-win season in 41 years. He then played in the East-West Shrine Game, totaling four tackles, the fifth-highest on the team.

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Los Angeles Chargers fans are “a little bitter” about losing defensive end Authentic Chris Peace Jersey, who was awarded to the New York Giants on waivers earlier this week. That is what Bolts From The Blue bossman Richard Wade told me this week when I reached out to him for information about the Giants’ new player.

Let’s get to know a little more about Peace, an undrafted rookie out of Virginia. Answers to the questions below come from ‘Bolts’ contributor Michael Peterson. And, yes, you’ll note from his tone that he isn’t happy Peace is no longer a Charger.

Ed: He’s an undrafted free agent. What did he do that impressed the Chargers enough to keep him on their initial roster?

Michael: He consistently got to the QB. Two sacks in the preseason.

Ed: Why did they end up waiving him?

Michael: They couldn’t cut ties with a linebacker who can’t play linebacker. [Special teams contributor Nick Dzubnar].

Ed: Was it a surprise to Chargers fans that someone claimed him?

Michael: Yes. We all wanted to keep him, especially with Melvin Ingram’s latest injury.

Ed: What are his strengths? Weaknesses?

Michael: He has a quick get-off and surprising strength to push the pocket. Versatile DE/OLB. His lone weakness was not being favorited by [Chargers coach] Anthony Lynn.

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Michael: He had a squeaky-clean record and so far, a respectable teammate.

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When the New York Giants signed undrafted free agents Nate Harvey, an edge rusher out of East Carolina, and Jacob Thieneman, a safety out of Purdue, they were hoping to find diamonds in the rough.

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Unfortunately for the Giants, they may not know what they have for quite some time.

Neither Harvey nor Thieneman practiced on Saturday, the second day of the team’s three-day minicamp, with Harvey spotted on the sideline sporting a pair of crutches.

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Coach Pat Shurmur told reporters on Saturday evening that both Harvey and Thieneman suffered non-contact knee injuries that require surgery, potentially ending the season for each player.

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Martinez was originally a fourth round pick of the Packers (131st overall) in the 2016 draft. He is entering his fifth season and the prime seasons of his career. A three-down inside off-ball linebacker, he played the ninth-most snaps of any such linebacker in 2019 (1,024 snaps), the fifth-most in 2018 (1,050 snaps) and the 13th-most in his second season in 2017 (978). He was often the only off-ball linebacker on the field for the Packers in passing situations.

Martinez played in all 48 regular season games the past three seasons and started in both Packers’ playoff games last season. He played through a fractured hand last season and has proven to be durable.

Martinez is a tackling machine, landing in the top seven in solo tackles each of the last three seasons, and the top three in combined tackles. He tied for the league lead in solo tackles in 2017.

Pro Football Focus tracks tackling efficiency, a number that represents the number of attempted tackles per miss. He was 22nd of 58 linebackers who played over 500 snaps in 2019, despite playing with a fractured hand for part of the season. If you average out the last three seasons, he was 27th in the league in tackling efficiency, which puts him in the top half of the league.

His tape from 2018 and 2019 shows Martinez is a sound tackler. He knows how to find his way to the ball due to his football intelligence, preparation and instincts, whether it is in the run or pass game.

What jumps out watching Martinez’s tape is his ability to quickly diagnose what the offense is trying to do. He only ran a 4.71 40 yard dash at the combine but his football intelligence allows him to make up for his lack of top-end speed. His impressive 6.98 three-cone drill shows his agility and explains why he is impressive in small space around the ball in the middle of the field.

This was an interesting excerpt from Pro Football Focus’ analysis of Martinez’ play so far in his career.

“After multiple years of strong grading at Stanford and now multiple seasons in the NFL, as well, Blake Martinez has shown all the qualities necessary to be a superstar linebacker and complete player – he’s just never shown all the qualities at the same time. He has earned top-level grades in all facets of the game but hasn’t been able to put them all together in the same season…”

In 2017, PFF graded Martinez’s run defense as his best asset. In 2018, it was his coverage, where his grade was eighth-best among inside linebackers. It was nearly identical to Cory Littleton, and better than big names like Leighton Vander Esch, Jaylon Smith and Darius Leonard. In 2019, his pass rush was his highest graded attribute. He had different deficiencies in each of those seasons, too.

2018 is an interesting season to explore, given Martinez was coached by current Giants defensive coordinator Patrick Graham, who was the Packers linebacker coach and defensive run game coordinator that season. Martinez was used more as a pass rusher that season than in any season of his career, and did his best work in coverage.

When you watch Martinez the last two seasons, he is not often asked to cover running backs and tight ends running down the field in man on man coverage. There aren’t many plays where you see the ball soaring over his head resulting in big plays. He is often used as a zone player in the middle of the field, where he is tasked with reading the quarterback and keeping plays in front of him, where he excelled in 2018.

During this play against the Bears from Week One of the 2018 season, Martinez drops into zone coverage, and reads where Mitch Trubisky is looking to go with the football. He slides toward where Trubisky’s vision brings him and positions himself underneath the wide receiver the quarterback is targeting. Martinez just misses an interception while forcing an incompletion.

The next play is my favorite from the Martinez tape I watched. It looks as though he has zone responsibility in the deep middle of the field in a cover-two defense. Adam Thielin is lined up in the slot and shoots down the field between the hashes. Martinez recognizes him and stays over the top in tight coverage. When Kirk Cousins realizes his first option isn’t open, he steps up in the pocket and rolls slightly to his right. Martinez watches Cousins and leaves Thielin to dive in front of Stefon Diggs to knock the pass away.

The third play starts with a fake blitz against Matthew Stafford and the Lions in Week 17 of the 2018 season. Martinez fakes coming up the middle and then drops into coverage. He sees Stafford is looking to get the ball out quickly, and gets into the passing lane to knock the ball away. It is another case of reading the offense and anticipating where the ball is going.

The next play shows Martinez’s ability to read and react to a screen pass against the Redskins. It looks like he has man coverage responsibility against the running back. He anticipates the screen long before it develops based off player movement, probably due to his film study, and breaks up the pass with a big hit on the running back as the ball arrives.

Martinez was used 84 times as a blitzer in 2018. He had five sacks that season, and PFF credited him with 15 hurries. He is willing to use his power to go through running backs, but this play shows him using his quickness to get around veteran Rams center John Sullivan through the A-gap for a sack on Jared Goff.

On run defense, Martinez excels on plays that don’t get outside the numbers. On this run off-tackle, he uses his hands to evade a cut-block by the 49ers center, flows through traffic and fills the hole to make the play.

The final play shows his ability to quickly diagnose and get downhill. After directing traffic pre-snap to account for the player who went in motion, he reads the running back and fullback at the snap. He flows quickly to the hole, too fast for a 49ers offensive lineman to get to the second level to block him, and makes the play.

It will be interesting to see how Giants defensive coordinator Patrick Graham decides to deploy Martinez and how his experience coaching him in 2018 impacts that thinking. If he can be as effective for the Giants in 2020 as he was for Green Bay in 2018, especially in coverage and as a pass rusher, he will be an enormously impactful player.

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The injuries are a dark cloud for two talented rookies looking to jump-start their respective careers. They leave the Giants with two additional spots on their 90-man roster.

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When the New York Giants signed undrafted free agents Authentic Nate Harvey Jersey, an edge rusher out of East Carolina, and Jacob Thieneman, a safety out of Purdue, they were hoping to find diamonds in the rough.

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Unfortunately for the Giants, they may not know what they have for quite some time.

Neither Harvey nor Thieneman practiced on Saturday, the second day of the team’s three-day minicamp, with Harvey spotted on the sideline sporting a pair of crutches.

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Coach Pat Shurmur told reporters on Saturday evening that both Harvey and Thieneman suffered non-contact knee injuries that require surgery, potentially ending the season for each player.

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The injuries are a dark cloud for two talented rookies looking to jump-start their respective careers. They leave the Giants with two additional spots on their 90-man roster.

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Football works when each player does what he is asked.

In Green Bay, Blake Martinez accepted the role of “clean-up guy” as he was often the only true linebacker on the field. Authentic Kyler Fackrell Jersey, meanwhile, became a role player for the Packers last season after having 10.5 sacks the year before that.

The great mystery is what the Giants defense will look like under coordinator/assistant head coach Patrick Graham, but if Martinez has any say, it would include more Fackrell as the two Arizona natives reunite.

“He’s an amazing player and I think there is a lot of things that he hasn’t been able to show because of certain kind of depth chart things, certain roles he was placed into,” Martinez said Monday during his introductory conference call with Giants reporters. “Obviously, he had a 10-sack season two years ago. This last year he was a role player that stepped in and did a lot of great things.”

After Fackrell’s breakout season, his third in the NFL, the Packers signed former Raven Za’Darius Smith and former Redskin Preston Smith. They each went on to post double-digit sack totals in 2019 while Fackrell’s dropped to just one. In 2019, Fackrell played 422 defensive snaps with no starts. The year before, he had 623 snaps and seven starts.

Joe Judge has made it clear in his first three months as head coach of the Giants that every player will have an opportunity to compete for a job. They will have to earn it, though.

“I think he is one of the best zone coverage linebackers in the NFL in my opinion,” Martinez said of Fackrell. “What he has been able to do for us and what he’s been asked to do, he’s done a phenomenal job and I know he is going to be a great asset to this team and show people a lot of great things this year.”

In addition to their reunion, Martinez and Fackrell also have experience with Graham, who spent the 2018 season as the Green Bay Packers’ inside linebackers coach and defensive run game coordinator. Mike Pettine took over as defensive coordinator that year.

“Just from understanding Pat and what he is looking for and how he put forth certain things in Coach Pettine’s defense, I think it’s just the aggressive nature,” Martinez said. “Everyone working together, everyone on the same page, everyone communicating. Everyone is going to know exactly where to be and what to do on every given call. There’s not going to be much, if any, mental errors at all. I know he stressed that a bunch.

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The New York Giants are adding depth to their linebacking corps, which has depleted for much of this season.

On Tuesday, Big Blue reportedly signed linebacker Devante Downs off their practice squad. The team previously signed Downs to the practice squad on Oct. 1 of this season.

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The Minnesota Vikings selected Downs in the seventh round (No. 225 overall) of the 2018 NFL Draft out of the University of California-Berkeley. Minnesota waived him on Aug. 31 of this year and signed him to the practice squad the following day. They then promoted him to the active roster on Sept. 14, only to waive him again on Sept. 24.

Downs, 24, combined for three tackles in 11 games for the Vikings last year. He appeared in their Week 2 and 3 games this season against the Green Bay Packers and Oakland Raiders, respectively.

It’s unclear at this time what Downs’ exact role will be.

In addition, the Giants have waived tight end Garrett Dickerson. The second-year pro originally went undrafted out of Northwestern. He appeared in four games in 2018 along with three games this year. Through the three matchups this season (against the Redskins, Vikings, and Patriots), Dickerson was on the field for nine total offensive snaps and six special teams snaps.

Dickerson didn’t rack up any receptions for the Giants during last year nor this year.

The Giants are heading into their 1:00 p.m. ET matchup against the Detroit Lions this Sunday sporting a 2-5 record. They’ve lost their last three matchups after starting out 2-2.

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The New York Giants continued their free agent shopping spree on Thursday, agreeing to terms with defensive lineman Authentic Austin Johnson Jersey, a former second-round pick of the Tennessee Titans.

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Before becoming a second-round pick of the Tennessee Titans in the 2016 NFL Draft, Johnson his college football at Penn State. And briefly during that span, his position coach was Sean Spencer — the same Sean Spencer whom the Giants hired to become their next defensive line coach.

“A.J. is a true student of the game with a really high level of intelligence football-wise,” Spencer said at the time Johnson was drafted. “He is a freak athlete. The combination of being 6-4, 315 pounds, moves like a cat with tremendous power at the point of attack and an unbelievable ability to make moves in short quarters makes me believe that his next step is going to be tremendous. He is going to be a great pro.”