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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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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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The New York Giants have reportedly signed second-year linebacker Authentic Devante Downs Jersey off of their practice squad.
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 Giants did not figure to be as busy the day after roster cut-downs this year as they were in year No. 1 of the Dave Gettleman/Pat Shurmur regime, but they were active Sunday. Two players — wide receiver Cody Core and offensive tackle Eric Smith — were claimed off waivers and moved onto the Giants’ 53-man roster. The Giants also signed ex-Jets tight end Eric Tomlinson and added him to the roster.

Three players with the Giants all summer — receiver Alonzo Russell and offensive tackle Brian Mihalik — initially made the roster Saturday only to learn a day later that they were released to make room for the new waiver claims. Cornerback Sam Beal was put on injured reserve. He can be designated to return to practice in six weeks and play in eight weeks.

Beal, selected in the third round of the supplemental draft last year, cannot stay on the field. He spent his entire rookie year on injured reserve following shoulder surgery and this summer missed most of the work with groin and hamstring issues.

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Russell made the game-winning touchdown catch in the final preseason game and became something of a fan favorite, but the Giants opted to replace him with a more experienced receiver with a pedigree on special teams.

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A year ago, the Giants underwent dramatic upheaval, as the day after the cuts they were awarded six players off waivers and dumped six players they initially put on their roster. Shurmur was more comfortable and confident with the players assembled in this year’s training camp, decreasing the need for massive changes.

Quarterback Kyle Lauletta, released by the Giants, landed on the Eagles’ practice squad. Lauletta, a 2018 fourth-round pick from Richmond, is from Exton, Pa., and so he stays local and within the NFC East.

Tomlinson, 27, started 29 games the past three seasons for the Jets and was a teammate of guard Will Hernandez at Texas-El Paso. Tomlinson is strong blocker and not much of a pass receiver, as he has only 16 receptions for 193 yards and one touchdown in his career.

Core, 25, a 2016 sixth-round pick out of Mississippi, never was much a factor on offense in his three years with the Bengals. He had only 30 receptions for 360 yards and one touchdown. The 6-foot-3 Core was a member of every special teams unit, logging 462 snaps on special teams the past three years. Core was a college teammate of tight end Evan Engram.


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Smith, 23, is a developmental offensive tackle who went undrafted out of Virginia, where he started 32 games at right tackle. The 6-4, 308-pound Smith spent time with the Dolphins and on the Patriots’ practice squad. He most recently was with the Jets, played in all four preseason games but did not make it out of their final cuts.
Outside linebacker Avery Moss, a 2017 fifth-round pick who did not make the cut with the Giants, was claimed by the Dolphins.

The Giants brought back eight players they recently cut for their practice squad: DL Chris Slayton (a 2019 seventh round draft pick), OL Evan Brown, LB Josiah Tauaefa, WR Reggie White Jr., RB John Hilliman, DL Freedom Akinmoladun, LB Jake Carlock and TE C.J. Conrad. They also might add CB Corn Elder, cut by the Panthers. They have one spot remaining on the 10-man practice squad.

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – The Giants today continued reshaping their roster the day after the NFL’s big cutdown, acquiring two offensive players via waivers.

The newest Giants are wide receiver Cody Core, who was released yesterday by Cincinnati, and tackle Eric Smith, formerly with the Jets.

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To create room on the roster, the Giants waived wide receiver Alonzo Russell and tackle Brian Mihalik.

The Giants open their season next Sunday in Dallas against their NFC East rivals, the Cowboys.

Core, 6-3 and 205 pounds, played in 35 games with seven starts for the Bengals from 2016-18. He caught 30 passes for 360 yards and one touchdown. Core also has eight special teams tackles (six solo).
Last season, he played in a career-high 14 games with three starts and had 13 receptions for 160 yards. Core scored his only career touchdown on a 30-yard pass from Jeff Driskel vs. Denver on Dec. 2. As a rookie in 2016, Core had career-high totals of 17 catches for 200 yards while starting four of the eight games in which he played.

Core was a sixth-round draft choice, No. 199 overall, by Cincinnati in 2016 from the University of Mississippi.

Core joins a wide receiver unit that includes Sterling Shepard, Cody Latimer, Bennie Fowler, Russell Shepard and rookie Darius Slayton but is without Golden Tate, who is serving a four-game NFL suspension.

Smith, 6-4 and 308 pounds, has no regular-season game experience. He played in each of the Jets’ four preseason games in August, including a start at left tackle in the finale against Philadelphia last Thursday.

The University of Virginia product entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent with the Miami Dolphins in 2017. He was inactive for the first three games before spending the remainder of that season before going on injured reserve with a knee injury. He was activated late that season but didn’t play in a game.

Smith was waived by the Dolphins on Sept. 1, 2018 and signed to the New England Patriots’ practice squad three days later. The Jets signed Smith to their active roster on Dec. 18 and cut him yesterday.

At Virginia, Smith started 45 games, including a pair of bowl games, in his final two seasons.
Russell spent the entire 2018 season on the Giants’ practice squad before he was signed to the active roster for the final game. He played against Dallas on Dec. 30 but did not catch a pass. This preseason, he caught six passes for 131 yards and two touchdowns, including the game-winning 14-yarder as time expired Thursday night at New England.

Mihalik joined the Giants’ practice squad on Sept. 13, 2018 and was signed to the active roster on Oct. 9. He played in five games as a reserve lineman and on special teams.

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The Giants continued to work their roster this afternoon after the waiver wire transactions.

They signed tight end Eric Tomlinson, who was waived by the Jets and created room on the roster by placing cornerback Sam Beal (hamstring) on injured reserve.

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Tomlinson, 6-6 and 215 pounds, played in 36 games with 29 starts in three seasons with the Jets and caught 16 passes for 193 yards (12.1-yard avg.) and one touchdown. He also has six special teams tackles, including four last year, and has experience as a long snapper. Tomlinson had eight receptions in each of the previous two seasons, gaining 121 yards in 2017 and 72 last season, when he played in a career-high 15 games with 12 starts. He scored his only career touchdown on Oct. 29, 2017 on a 20-yard pass from Josh McCown in MetLife Stadium vs. Atlanta.
Tomlinson entered the NFL as a rookie free agent with the Philadelphia Eagles on May 2, 2015. He was waived at the end of training camp and three days later joined the Houston Texans’ practice squad. In 2016, Houston released Tomlinson a week before the start of the season and re-signed him to the practice squad. On Nov. 6 of that year, he joined the Jets’ active roster, where he started until he was cut yesterday.

Tomlinson played collegiate football at Texas-El Paso, where he was a teammate of Giants guard Will Hernandez.

He gives the Giants a four-man group at tight end with Evan Engram, Rhett Ellison and Garrett Dickerson.

Beal has been placed on I.R. for the second consecutive season. He joined the Giants as a third-round selection in the 2018 supplemental draft. Beal underwent shoulder surgery soon after his arrival. He returned to the field in the spring, but missed much of training camp and all four preseason games with groin and hamstring injuries.

Beal’s move to injured reserve leaves the Giants with 10 defensive backs on their active roster.
*The Giants today announced eight signings to the team’s practice squad. The NFL allows a 10-man practice squad roster.

Signed today were: defensive tackle Chris Slayton, a seventh-round draft choice this year, and offensive lineman Evan Brown, who spent the entire 2018 season on the Giants’ active roster without playing in a game.

The remainder of the practice squad: running back Jon Hilliman, wide receiver Reggie White, Jr., tight end C.J. Conrad, defensive lineman Freedom Akinmoladun, and linebackers Jake Carlock and Josiah Tauaefa.

Slayton, 6-4 and 313 pounds, was the 247th overall selection in the 2019 draft, from Syracuse, where he played in 49 games with 42 starts (starting every game in each of his final three seasons). His career totals included 107 tackles (66 solo) with 32.5 tackles for loss, 9.5 sacks, five forced fumbles, one fumble recovery, and one blocked kick. Slayton had six tackles (two solo) including one for a loss, in the preseason.

Brown, 6-3 and 318 pounds, joined the Giants as a rookie free agent on May 10, 2018. From 2014-17, he started all started all 47 games in which he played, at either center or right guard.
Hilliman, 5-11 and 226 pounds, was signed as a rookie free agent on May 2, 2019. He played four seasons at Boston College (2014-2017) before transferring to Rutgers as a redshirt senior last year. In five collegiate seasons, he had 689 carries for 2,575 yards (3.7-yard avg.) and 32 touchdowns and added 41 receptions for 247 yards and two scores. In the Giants’ four-game preseason, he had 25 rushing attempts for 80 yards and two touchdowns.

White, 6-2 and 212 pounds, was signed as a rookie free agent on May 3, 2019. At Monmouth University, he played in 45 games and tallied 249 receptions for 3,373 yards and 31 touchdowns. In 2018, White started 11 games and caught 71 passes for 1,133 yards and 11 touchdowns. He had eight receptions for 115 yards in the preseason.

Conrad, 6-2 and 247 pounds, joined the Giants as a rookie free agent on May 3. He played in 49 games with 42 starts at Kentucky, where he totaled 80 receptions for 1,015 yards (12.7-yard avg.) and 12 touchdowns. As a senior in 2018, he was a named a team captain and totaled 30 catches and three touchdowns in 13 games. Conrad caught eight passes for 62 yards in the preseason.

Akinmoladun, 6-3 and 286 pounds, was signed by the Giants on May 14. He played in 48 games with 41 starts in four seasons at Nebraska (2014-2018), where his career totals included 106 tackles (52 solo), 17 tackles for loss and 12.0 sacks. In 2018, started all 12 games at defensive end…Had 29 tackles (11 solo), three tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks. Akinmoladun had five tackles and a quarterback hit in the preseason.

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Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson already has mentioned the New York Giants as a possibility if he didn’t return to the team that drafted him 10 years ago. That was the first hint that Peterson would be open to wearing blue instead of purple next season.

This tweet from Peterson on Wednesday night only adds to the intrigue.

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Interesting if you’re trying to pressure the Vikings into releasing you or renegotiating at a reasonable rate? Peterson is set to make an unpalatable $18 million this season at 31 years old and after missing almost all of last year with a knee injury. Interesting if the departure of the recently released Rashad Jennings opens a spot for a different veteran running back? Interesting in that Peterson still thinks Victor Cruz is an elite receiver and was surprised to see him straight discarded rather than the Giants trying to renegotiate with him?

Peterson’s one-liner will hang in the Twitterverse now for a time period to be determined. If he’s eventually released by the Vikings it will certainly be favorited a few extra times. In the meantime, it sparks conversations and rumors about the potential of the former All-Pro running back landing with the Giants.
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But what the tweet really means right now is that Peterson is interested in the Giants. It’s uncertain if that interest is one-sided because Peterson is still under contract with the Vikings and nobody in the Giants’ organization would dare comment about a player on another team’s roster for fear of tampering charges.

It’s far from a slam dunk that the Giants, despite their need for another running back with only Paul Perkins and Shane Vereen with any experience under contract, would reciprocate the interest. Peterson has a troubled past after being suspended six games in 2014 under the personal conduct policy for his involvement in a child-abuse case. That could make him untouchable to the Giants on the heels of their experience with kicker Josh Brown and his domestic violence admissions this past season.

That doesn’t even factor in that Peterson likely isn’t the same player he once was and might not even realize it just yet. He’s going to be 32 next month (ancient for an NFL running back) and coming off a season where he rushed for 72 yards on 37 carries in parts of three games. Peterson’s campaign was hampered and ruined by torn meniscus in his knee.
So there is health, age and history that could deter the Giants. What could attract interest is if Peterson comes at a bargain, say, one year at $3 million to $4 million. That provides ample upside for the risk and criticism they could face given his past troubles. Peterson is a future Hall of Fame running back who has already come back from multiple serious injuries. He’s almost freakish in a sense in that regard, providing hope that there is at least one more productive or standout season remaining in the body and knees of the former 2,000-yard rusher.

Is the reward worth the risk or the potential to compromise their integrity? The Giants thought so last offseason when they knew Brown was being investigated by the league for domestic violence and handed him a two-year, $4 million contract anyway. Peterson is a different scenario in that he is a different level player who brings even more scrutiny and attention.

Or the Giants more likely will say “no thanks” and find their backfield partner for Perkins in one of the most loaded running back drafts in recent years.