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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.

Here are three quick things Giants fans should know about Johnson.

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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.”

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The New York Giants have signed center Authentic Tanner Volson Jersey to their practice squad, replacing offensive lineman Evan Brown, who was signed to the Miami Dolphins’ 53-man roster on Wednesday.

The 6-foot-4, 303-pound Volson signed with the Los Angeles Chargers as an undrafted rookie following the 2019 NFL Draft, joining his college quarterback, Easton Stick, who was taken in the fifth-round.

Volson spent the entire summer with Los Angeles, but was released as a part of final cuts and has remained free agent since.

Born in Drake, North Dakota, Volson played 9-man football in high school before attending North Dakota State and playing at the FCS level where he dominated.

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With the addition of Volson, the Giants’ practice squad is again at max capacity.

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – – The Giants have agreed to contract terms with free agent tight end Authentic Levine Toilolo Jersey, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

The agreement, contingent on Toilolo passing his physical, cannot be made official until free agency begins at 4 p.m. ET Wednesday.

Toilolo, 6-8 and 268 pounds, is entering his eighth NFL season. He played his first five years with the Atlanta Falcons and single seasons with the Detroit Lions and the San Francisco 49ers, with whom he spent the 2019 season.

Toilolo, 28, has played in 108 regular-season games with 67 starts and in eight postseason games with five starts. He has played in two Super Bowls, with Atlanta in Super Bowl LI and for the Niners last month in Super Bowl LIV, in which he played seven snaps.

His career totals include 97 receptions for 996 yards and eight touchdowns in the regular season and four catches for 43 yards in the postseason.

Last year with San Francisco, he had two receptions for 10 yards in 13 games.

Toilolo was a fourth-round draft choice (133rd overall) out of Stanford by the Falcons in 2013.

The Giants’ other tight ends are currently Authentic Evan Engram Jersey and Authentic Kaden Smith Jersey, another former 49er. Rhett Ellison announced his retirement last week.

Toilolo joins cornerback James Bradberry and linebacker Blake Martinez as free agents who have reportedly agreed to terms with the Giants.

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When the Giants acquired tight end Authentic Kaden Smith Jersey off waivers back on September 19, the move made no sense.

The Giants, remember, waived running back Paul Perkins and picked up Smith, who at the time was the fifth tight end of the 53-man roster.

But fate has a funny way of working out as these days, the 6-foot 5-inch, 248 pound Smith is among the last men standing at tight end for the Giants.

Originally a sixth-round draft pick by the 49ers, Smith was waived when the 49ers needed the roster spot for another position.

The Giants, who liked Smith when he was coming out of Stanford, didn’t waste any time in putting in a waiver claim, which ended up being successful.

Although Smith was inactive for his first two games as a Giants and didn’t get much if any snaps over his next four games, by biding his time, the rookie would soon get his opportunities to shine.

And shine he has. Smith has appeared in eight games with five starts and has caught 23 balls for 170 yards with three touchdowns, two of which came in last week’s win against Washington.

And speaking of last week, Smith barely left the field, showing himself not only as a reliable set of hands in the receiving game but also as a blocker, where he’s allowed just one pressure in 158 snaps played.

“He’s done a nice job doing the things that we’ve asked him to do,” said Giants tight ends coach Lunda Wells.

“He’s consistently gotten better with a lot of the techniques that we’re asking him to do, so I think that’s a contribution to him in terms of his work ethic and what he brings to the game. So, he’s done a nice job with everything we’ve asked of him.

As a blocker, Smith gets quick position against his man every time, and he has more than enough battle and strength and athleticism to sustain his block long enough to make a difference.

He’s even athletic enough to be used on pulls, which he did last week, delivering two textbook pancake finishes that cleared a defender out of the way.

Wells said that Smith’s growth as a blocker hasn’t been a surprise.

“When you work at something every day and you’re emphasizing it, you just stay very intentional with your work with them,” he said.

“We always talk about taking the drill work to the teamwork at practice and then taking that to game day. It hasn’t really surprised me.”

Smith isn’t necessarily the fastest tight end out there, which is believed to be a reason why his draft stock slipped so much. However, he’s very precise and doesn’t waste steps.

As a receiver, he’s caught 23 of 30 pass targets this year, playing a non-flashy game that offers a lot of promise and intrigue for a regular role in next year’s offense.

“He understands how to get open,” Wells said of Smith’s receiving abilities.

“One of the biggest things that people don’t give him credit for is he can stick his foot in the ground and separate. So, being instinctive and being able to stick his foot in the ground and separate has been probably the biggest contribution in terms of his success in the pass game.”

Listen! Tight end Kaden Smith appeared on the LockedOn Giants podcast earlier this month to talk about his NFL journey and his progress with the Giants.

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — It was another rough afternoon for the New York Giants. They lost, 27-22, to the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday and lost a few players in the process.

This is one that could hurt for a while with Odell Beckham Jr. and pretty much the entire receiving corps getting hurt. Lost in the mix was an actual game that the Giants allowed to slip away despite leading late in the fourth quarter.

Without the benefit of film review, here were the best and worst from the contest:
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DT Damon Harrison: He had five tackles, including one for a loss, and was an all-around menace throughout the contest. The massive defensive tackle also had several quality pass-rush snaps, too. He also had multiple pressures and a quarterback hit. Harrison was again a consistent force in the middle.

RB Orleans Darkwa: He had eight carries for 69 yards and a touchdown. That’s 8.6 yards per carry. The only question is why he didn’t get more carries. Coach Ben McAdoo said it might’ve been Darkwa’s calf. Darkwa appeared to be fine after the contest.

S Darian Thompson: This was the second-year safety’s best game of the season. Thompson recorded his first interception on a nice read in the end zone in the third quarter. He also made another nice play on the ball when he jumped and batted down a pass in the end zone. Overall, Thompson played a solid game. His tackling was much better than in previous weeks when he struggled. Thompson finished with 11 tackles, two passes defended, a quarterback hit and the interception.

Honorable Mention: Odell Beckham Jr., Dwayne Harris, Ereck Flowers

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RT Bobby Hart: He allowed three sacks and committed a pair of penalties. Even though some of the sacks weren’t exactly his fault and were coverage-related, this is the NFL. You can’t allow three sacks and get flagged twice even if you’re going against a quality player like Joey Bosa most of the afternoon.

TE Evan Engram: He was a non-factor. Engram didn’t have a single catch on four targets. This after catching at least four passes in each of the first four games of his career. Not that this should count against him, but he couldn’t produce from the wide receiver spot on the game’s final drive, either.

LB Keenan Robinson: The Giants continue to struggle covering running backs and tight ends. Chargers running back Melvin Gordon caught a pair of touchdown passes, including the game-winner when Robinson appeared to get slowed in the middle of the field by traffic. Covering tight ends and running backs is where Robinson is supposed to help. Instead, he was mostly a non-factor on Sunday like he’s been most of this year, when the Giants have already allowed an NFL-high eight receiving touchdowns to running backs and tight ends, according to ESPN Stats & Information.

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — New York Giants’ DE Jason Pierre-Paul missed his second straight day of practice with a sprained shoulder. He says that it’s something that has been bothering him for a while, but shouldn’t keep him out of Sunday’s game against the Los Angeles Chargers.

“Of course I’m playing Sunday,” he said. “There’s no question.”

Pierre-Paul played all 64 defensive snaps last week against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He had four tackles and shared a sack with cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie. He has 17 tackles, 1.5 sacks and a forced fumble after signing a $62 million deal this offseason.

“I’m not playing my best ball,” he conceded while also expressing disgust with how the defense played in Sunday’s 25-23 loss to the Bucs and early this season.

It may not get any easier for them against the Chargers. Starting defensive end Olivier Vernon also missed practice Thursday with an ankle injury that forced him to leave early against the Bucs. He originally hurt the ankle the following week against the Philadelphia Eagles, but tried to play through the pain in Tampa.

Vernon’s status for Sunday against the Chargers appears significantly more in doubt.

“We have to prepare if we don’t have them. I’m hopeful we get both but if not both at least one,” defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo said.

Other Giants to miss practice Thursday include running back Paul Perkins (ribs) and starting center Weston Richburg (concussion). It’s starting to look as if they won’t be available on Sunday.

Rookie Wayne Gallman and Orleans Darkwa are likely to see an expanded role at running back if Perkins is sidelined. Brett Jones is likely to start at center in place of Richburg.

It would give the Giants (0-4) their fourth different starting offensive line combination in five games.

The positive news on the injury front Thursday was that cornerback Janoris Jenkins (ankle), Darkwa (back) and wide receiver Brandon Marshall (toe) were full participants in practice.

Star wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. (finger/ankle) remained limited. He said Wednesday that he wasn’t feeling great but would be fine for this week’s game against the Chargers.

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EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. — Throughout the offseason, the Minnesota Vikings spent ample time on third-down conversions in the red zone and goal-line situations, both on offense and defense.

New Orleans made it inside the Vikings’ 10-yard line on four different possessions on Monday. Three of those ended in a field goal. On the other, Drew Brees converted for an 8-yard touchdown that wouldn’t affect the outcome of the game.

Minnesota’s defense should be quite pleased with how it faired against the third-best red zone scoring offense from 2016. Slowing down Brees wasn’t going to be an easy task, but the unit found ways to apply pressure.

“I think Drew Brees was having to get the ball out of his hands before he really wanted to,” Minnesota defensive end Brian Robison said after the game. “We blitzed well and we were able to rush with our front four pretty well.”

What’s more, the Vikings won the battle on defense by not forcing a single turnover and registering a sack.

“We didn’t anticipate we were going to get a whole bunch of sacks because [Brees] gets the ball out quick,” Vikings coach Mike Zimmer said Tuesday. “He’s a tough quarterback to defend. They’ve got a Super Bowl-winning coach over there. We were just trying to fight, scratch and do what we could.”

The defense could be taking a similar approach in Week 2, given the difficulty in containing who’s under center.

Minnesota goes from Brees to Ben Roethlisberger in back-to-back weeks when it faces the Steelers, the top team in ESPN’s power rankings, in Pittsburgh this Sunday. Like Brees, Roethlisberger is notoriously difficult to bring down. He was sacked a total of 27 times last season and was only sacked three or more times twice last season.

The Vikings faced Aaron Rodgers, Cam Newton and Eli Manning, all Super Bowl or MVP-winning quarterbacks, in a three-week stretch early last season en route to a 5-0 start.

While facing quarterbacks of the caliber of Brees and Roethlisberger certainly provides the defense with an early-season measuring stick, Zimmer is more focused on what the team will learn from its game plan for the entirety of the Steelers’ offense.

“I don’t know,” Zimmer said. “We’re going to play a lot of potential Hall of Fame quarterbacks as we continue to go forward. Just trying to take one week at a time. This week is a different week. The offense is going to be different. The preparation is going to be different. It’s going to be about how we prepare defensively for this offense. This offense is different than the other offense we just played, even though the quarterbacks are both excellent.”

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NEW YORK — Phil Simms is headed to the studio.

A fixture as a game analyst at CBS for two decades, Simms will join the network’s “NFL Today” cast for the upcoming season.

Simms recently was replaced as the top game analyst at CBS by Tony Romo after the Cowboys quarterback retired. Simms and CBS Sports president Sean McManus had been discussing Simms eventually moving to “NFL Today” for several years. He has experience in a similar setting from his work on Showtime’s “Inside The NFL.”

“When Sean told me he wanted me in the studio, I thought about it a bit,” Simms said Wednesday. “I told him I would like to do [games] a bit longer. I love doing the games, meeting during the week with coaches and players, getting the inside info. It is the best.

“But I also thought that I will work in New York and watch all the games instead of prepping for two teams, and will have all week to study the league, and that really intrigued me.

“There are a lot of things I don’t get to say on games I have a chance to say now. There are a lot of things I would like to talk about that I never would have talked about during games.”

Simms joins Boomer Esiason, Bill Cowher, Bart Scott and James Brown as part of the program. He says he’s more than comfortable being part of that lineup, and looks forward to some pointed conversations among the group.

“James and I get along really well,” he said, adding with a laugh, “on ‘Inside the NFL,’ we’re always playing footsie because I want him to send it back to me so I can challenge something someone said, or make a comment.

“Boomer and I have known each other for years and we do not have thin skins, so we can say anything with each other.

“Of course, Coach Cowher, well, he’s the coach, and we are going to disagree a lot because we were players and he was a coach.

“We all love football, and I think that will come across, and I hope we talk about the aspects of the game I have opinions about that are different from what you hear on some other [shows].”

McManus is certain that will be the case. His network received criticism for the Romo announcement that seemed to leave Simms in the cold. Instead, McManus believes the former quarterback who was part of two Super Bowl titles with the Giants is entering a new and productive phase of his broadcasting career.

“When the news hit that Tony Gonzalez would not be back on the show, this seemed logical,” McManus said. “We had a number of discussions about it and I was excited about it, and [Simms] was excited.

“This will be good for viewers. Anyone who has watched just 30 seconds of ‘Inside The NFL’ will know that.

“One of the things I like best, Phil has strong opinions, but he has a way of doing it in a very respectful way. And you see the interaction they have on ‘Inside The NFL.’ It’s really good stuff, a really good mix.”

Mixing in Thursday night games to Simms’ schedule made viewers wonder if the workload had become too heavy. Simms strongly disputes that, noting that he felt last season was the best on Thursday nights for the network.

“A lot of people said it wore on me, and I am not going to say it physically was easy,” Simms said. “I told everyone over the years, man when that game is ready to start, I never felt I was not completely prepared, and I couldn’t wait for them to turn the camera on.

“So that stuff is not true, it was never to the level where I couldn’t handle it.”

What about handling being absent from the broadcast booth after so many Sundays (and Thursday nights) behind the microphone?

“Yeah, the excitement of just being there, hearing the crowd, the prep and talking to the coaches and players who are such a part of it,” he said. “But I will probably get over that pretty quick.”

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — New York Giants defensive end Owa Odighizuwa has been suspended for four games for violating the NFL’s policy on performance-enhancing substances, the league announced Monday.

Odighizuwa will be eligible to return Oct. 2.

This is the latest news in a bizarre year for the 2015 third-round pick. Odighizuwa said on Twitter in March that he needed some time away from the game. He was at the Giants facility for the start of the team’s offseason workout program, but then missed most of the spring as he dealt with personal issues.

The Giants excused Odighizuwa from mandatory minicamp in June. He arrived for the start of training camp on July 27 but has declined all interview requests.

Odighizuwa, 25, has played in only 18 games and is still in search of his first career sack. His first two professional seasons had been injury-plagued.

It was hardly a guarantee that Odighizuwa would make the Giants’ final roster this year. He has spent most of this summer working with the third-team defense.

“He’s fighting and battling to catch up,” coach Ben McAdoo said several weeks back. “He has a ways to go; he’s not where he wants to be just yet, but that doesn’t mean he can’t get there.”

The Giants could potentially move Odighizuwa onto an exempt list when the season begins and re-evaluate his standing when he’s reinstated.

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The experts say looking at the sun for too long could burn your retinas. During Monday’s solar eclipse, New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. was not scared. He was calling their bluff.

What the experts didn’t mention was whether the same warning still applied if viewing the eclipse through a hotel window, which Beckham was doing from Cleveland as the Giants readied for their preseason game against the Browns.

Beckham and punter Brad Wing were having fun with their Instagram followers during the eclipse on Monday afternoon. They were joking about how there was this seemingly once-in-forever event, but wait — don’t look at it.

Beckham didn’t seem to care. He was taking his Ray-Ban sunglasses on and off.
No worries, though. Beckham claims his eyes were working fine. After staring intently into the camera, he joked: “You know what’s crazy. Even after looking at the eclipse, I still can see all these haters.”

This was followed by some laughter. We’ll see if it turns into a non-laughing matter.

Beckham better hope his eyesight really is fine for the Sept. 10 regular-season opener or, better yet, when the playoffs come around.