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The New York Giants announced on Tuesday that they have re-signed punter Authentic Sean Smith Jersey to their practice squad, filling the spot that was vacated when safety Authentic Sean Chandler Jersey was promoted to the 53-man roster last week.

Smith was previously with the Giants from October 31 through November 5, also then a member of their practice squad. He was used to prepare Giants return men for Dallas Cowboys punter Chris Jones, who is a left-footed punter.

Smith will serve in the same role this week as the Giants prepare for the Miami Dolphins and their left-footed punter, Matt Haack.

Smith was signed by the Baltimore Ravens as an undrafted free agent out of Dayton in August. He had previously attended their rookie mini-camp on a tryout basis.

During his college career, Smith was a four-time first-team All-Pioneer Football League selection and set a school record for punting average (45.4 yards) as a senior in 2018.

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Back in November, long before any of their offseason work had begun, the New York Giants decided to do a little under-the-radar house cleaning.

After renegotiating the contracts of three exclusive rights free agents — linebacker Devante Downs, guard Chad Slade and tackle Eric Smith — general manager Dave Gettleman turned his attention to the team’s five restricted free agents.

One of those restricted free agents was long snapper Authentic Colin Holba Jersey, who the team had promoted from the practice squad to replace the injured Zak DeOssie.

In DeOssie’s absence, Holba played relatively well and that did not go unnoticed. And with DeOssie headed for free agency and unlikely to return, Gettleman got a jump-start on things by quietly signing Holba to a two-year deal.

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One #Giants free agency note, per source: Long snapper Colin Holba — who replaced injured Zak DeOssie during the season — is not a free agent. He signed a 2-year contract in Nov. and will be a restricted free agent after the 2020 season. He did a nice job taking over.

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The two-year deal does not guarantee that Holba will be the starting long snapper in 2020, but it does give him a leg up on any potential incoming competition.

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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.


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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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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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.

  1. What kind of person is he? Is there anything we should know about him off the field?

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

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Most of the players on the New York Giants were members of the Giants’ 90-man roster for training camp and the preseason.

However, the Giants did sign two players to their practice squad who weren’t Giants before the final preseason game. One of them is Authentic David Sills Jersey V, an undrafted rookie receiver out of West Virginia.

Some might remember the story about Lane Kiffin, then the head coach at USC, offering a 13-year-old quarterback a scholarship. That 13-year-old QB was a young David Sills. Obviously, Sills didn’t grow up to be a quarterback, instead finding his way to the wide receiver room at West Virginia, where he was very productive as a sophomore and junior.

Sills was initially signed by the Buffalo Bills but was released in the cut from 90 players down to the initial 53-man roster.

So what does he bring to the Giants?
A former quarterback that then-USC head coach offered a scholarship to when he was in eight grade, Sills is now a wide receiver prospect that enjoyed a highly productive career for West Virginia. There are some things to like about Sills’ game, mainly his ball skills, field awareness and length. With that said, Sills must get stronger to reduce his limitations beating press coverage and cleanly running routes. There is some variance with his hands and his route running can be overly robotic. Sills should be able to carve out a niche role early in his career, but his success will be defined by how much further he can evolve in critical areas.

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What Might Sills Bring To The Giants?
Just based on the eye test, David Sills V looks like an “X” receiver at the NFL level with a 6-foot-3 inch, 210-pound frame, 37-1⁄2 inch vertical jump and a stat line that reads like something out of a video game: 125 catches, 1,966 yards, and 33 touchdowns over the last two seasons.

But the game tape doesn’t match the hype with Sills.

His size is readily apparent, but he doesn’t have the play strength to bully defensive backs, nor does he have the lower body fluidity to to be smooth off the line or in and out of his breaks. The result is a player who struggles against press coverage, can be knocked off his route at the line of scrimmage, and tends to round his breaks at the top of his routes.

And while he was often cited as a deep threat, WVU QB Will Grier actually averaged nearly two yards fewer when targeting Sills than his other receivers.

That being said, just because a receiver is big, doesn’t mean he has to be an “X.” More likely, Sills’ best spot on the offense is as a “big slot” (a la Jordan Matthews or occasionally A.J. Green), or as a flanker. Either position would allow him to use his size and tendency to present a clear target to the quarterback to his advantage as a possession receiver.

Of course, if he is going to be a possession receiver, Sills will need to be more consistent catching the ball. Drops were a problem with him, as sometimes he would pluck the ball out of the air, while other times it would slip through his hands or bounce off his fingers.

As he develops, Sills should work on running his routes with precision, improving his play strength, and becoming a more consistent catcher of the ball. There is the potential there for Sills to become a productive player for the Giants, and given their luck with receivers this year, he might get the chance sooner rather than later.

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Just prior to their first practice since cutdown day, the Giants today switched linebackers on their 53-man roster, signing free agent David Mayo and waiving former starter B.J. Goodson.

Mayo, 6-2 and 240 pounds, spent the previous four seasons with the Carolina Panthers. He was waived Saturday by the San Francisco 49ers, who had signed him as a free agent in March.

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Mayo was drafted by Carolina in the fifth round in 2015 (from Texas State) by Giants general manager Dave Gettleman when he held the same position with the Panthers. He played in 59 games with four starts and was credited with 34 tackles (23 solo) and two passes defensed, as well as 32 special teams tackles. Mayo has also played in four postseason games, including Super Bowl 50.

Mayo played in all 16 games each of the previous two seasons and started a career-high three games last year. In 2017 he had a career-best 16 tackles (10 solo).
Goodson joined the Giants as a fourth-round draft choice in 2016, from Clemson. In three years, he played in 37 regular-season games with 20 starts, and played in one postseason game. His Giants totals include 115 tackles (81 solo), a half-sack, two interceptions, six passes defensed, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery.

In 2018, Goodson played in 15 games with 13 starts and finished fifth on the team with 60 tackles (43 solo), a half-sack, two interceptions – both at San Francisco – and one fumble recovery

*The Giants also filled the final two openings on their practice squad by signing defensive back Corn Elder and wide receiver David Sills V.

Elder, 5-10 and 185 pounds, played in 13 games for the Carolina Panthers last season and was credited with three solo tackles. He was a fifth-round draft choice by the Panthers in 2017, from the University of Miami. Elder was waived by Carolina on Friday.

Sills, 6-3 and 211 pounds, entered the league as a rookie free agent from West Virginia University. He was signed by the Buffalo Bills on May 9 and released on Saturday.