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Wholesale Authentic Nike Nate Harvey Jersey 2021

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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Safety Jacob Thieneman and OLB Nate Harvey not practicing today. Thieneman has wrap on right leg, Harvey has a crutch and he’s sitting on a cooler on the side as stretch begins.

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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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Pat Shurmur said two players, S Jacob Thieneman and LB Nate Harvey, have what appear to be serious injuries that might require surgery, Both non-contact injuries. Both are undrafted free agents.

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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.

Wholesale Authentic George Aston Jersey On Sale

One month after being cut by the Denver Broncos on Aug. 31, former Sherando High School standout Authentic George Aston Jersey said in an interview, “I’m just waiting for a spot to open up somewhere else. I’ll work hard to make it work there wherever that place is.” 

Aston’s perseverance has now earned him another extended look at making it with an NFL team.

The New York Giants signed Aston to their practice squad on Dec. 23, and on Monday they announced they had signed the 6-foot, 240-pound fullback to a reserve/futures contract. This means that Aston will be part of the Giants’ 90-man roster and will be on the team when they begin offseason training in April. Aston was one of 10 people signed by the Giants to futures contracts on Monday. 

Aston was signed by Denver as an undrafted free agent out of the University of Pittsburgh last April. 

“I always felt I would definitely get another shot,” said Aston in a phone interview on Wednesday. “It definitely feels good to be a part of a team again and just have another opportunity to play football. I’ve been playing since I was 9 years old, so this is definitely a blessing.”

Aston was brought in for one-day workouts with four different franchises during the NFL season. He had no clue what the San Francisco 49ers (Oct. 9 workout), New England Patriots (Oct. 16) and Jacksonville Jaguars (Nov. 18) thought of him after his workouts with them.

“The thing with the NFL is that they don’t tell you that they’re not interested, and they don’t tell you that they are interested,” said Aston with a laugh. “They’re kind of interested because they reach out to you for a workout, but after it’s done, they don’t really like to give you much information. It’s a bunch of waiting and seeing if you hear from them.”

Aston said the Giants (Nov. 12) did offer some positive feedback at their workout, though. Two weeks after that, Aston said the Giants told him they were considering signing him to a futures contract. Those deals can only be signed once the regular season is over, and the Giants concluded their 4-12 regular season with a 34-17 loss to Philadelphia on Sunday. 

The Giants showed just how serious they were about that by signing Aston to their 10-player practice squad on Dec. 23. Aston traveled to the Giants training facility in East Rutherford, N.J., later that day and participated in practices Tuesday, Thursday and Friday and a walk-through on Saturday.

The Giants were already heading to their third straight season of missing the playoffs when Aston arrived. Since it was the last week of the regular season, Aston said practices were light, but he was grateful for the experience.

“It definitely helped me to go up there, see how things were done with the meetings, and get a little familiar with the facility,” Aston said. 

Of course, those Giants meetings could look a lot different next season. Head coach Pat Shurmer was fired on Monday after posting a 9-23 record in two seasons. There was even some speculation that the Giants might fire general manager Dave Gettleman as well, but the man who brought in Aston has been retained. 

Aston said he didn’t concern himself with the Giants’ uncertain situation, because the situation was out of his control. He just wanted another opportunity, and he got it.

The Giants do not currently have anyone with a fullback designation on their roster, and it’s unknown what the future head coach will want to do with the 53-man roster that will be finalized the week before the first regular-season game in September. 

Aston has repeatedly said he doesn’t like being pigeon-holed with the fullback label. Aston proved to be an adept receiver at Pittsburgh, recording eight touchdowns on 45 catches during his career.  

“No matter what, I’m still just going to keep working hard the same way that I have been,” Aston said.  

Aston said it was encouraging to get as many calls as he did after the Broncos let him go, which kept him positive.

“I’ve always been saying that you’ve got to take care of what you can control at all times,” Aston said. “It was difficult and hard some days when you’re not hearing anything, but it definitely gives you some more hope when you do get one of those calls that they’re reaching out for a workout.

“[Me and my agent] weren’t reaching out to them, they were reaching out to me. I thought that was a good sign that my name was still floating around the league.”

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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.