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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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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 Giants on Tuesday waived veteran receiver Bennie Fowler for the second time this season. Fowler, who played in eight games and caught 23 passes for 193 yards, was not active for Sunday’s game in Chicago.

With receiver Authentic Golden Tate Jersey in the concussion protocol and safety Authentic Jabrill Peppers Jersey likely out with a fractured transverse process, the Giants will need to add a player with some punt- and kick-return experience before facing the Packers this weekend. One option could be Authentic Alex Bachman Jersey out of Wake Forest, who currently is on the practice squad.

Former Giants linebacker Carl Banks, for the first time since he became eligible, was named one of the 25 semifinalists of modern-era players for the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Class of 2020.

Banks, the No. 3 overall pick in the 1984 NFL Draft out of Michigan State, won two Super Bowls with the Giants. The list of 25 players will be reduced to 15 finalists, with five ultimately elected.

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The New York Giants wanted to draft a quarterback who had faced adversity, and now it’s clear why.

Daniel Jones is being tested already.

The Giants made the Duke quarterback the sixth pick in the NFL draft, and the grumbling is already underway, with lots of fans upset the franchise passed on Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins and Kentucky edge rusher Josh Allen — incidentally, both from New Jersey — to take Jones.

Viral footage shot at a draft party in MetLife Stadium on Thursday night shows the pick being announced on the video board followed by boos and wails of “Oh no!” and “Oh my God!” Some fans clasp their hands to their heads in utter frustration.

In a sense, Jones caused almost as much of a stir as Arizona did by using the top pick on Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray, although the latter led to the Cardinals shipping Josh Rosen to Miami.

There weren’t many fans taking a wait-and-see approach to Jones.

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“Not shocking,” former New York Jets quarterback Boomer Esiason texted when asked about the booing. “[Giants general manager Dave] Gettleman has said it takes a special guy to play QB in NY. Now, dealing with the negativity he’s dealing with now will be [Jones’] first test to see if he has those special intangibles Gettleman so desires.”
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It’s hardly the first time someone has panned a draft pick. Jets fans do that every year. And 20 years ago, Philadelphia fans famously booed the selection of quarterback Donovan McNabb, who went on to become the best quarterback in Eagles history (with apologies to Super Bowl-winning Nick Foles). Eagles fans haven’t collectively booed a pick since.

As for Jones, he’s a polite and poised young man with impressive passing skills, but ones closer to dink and dunk than shock and awe. He averaged 6.4 yards per pass attempt in college, and Lindy’s Pro Football Draft Guide compared him to NFL journeyman Josh McCown, a third-round pick in 2002. The Giants weren’t alone in liking Jones better than Haskins, however, and scouting quarterbacks is unquestionably an inexact science.

At this point, the plan calls for Jones to learn behind starter Eli Manning. That’s fitting because Jones was a counselor at the Manning Passing Academy and played for David Cutcliffe at Duke, who coached Manning at Mississippi (as well as Peyton Manning at Tennessee).

Not surprisingly, Jones is saying all the right things, and has a healthy respect for the 38-year-old Manning, who has won two Super Bowl rings and was most valuable player in both games. Gettleman told reporters he called Manning, who is in the final year of his contract, and broke the news before the pick that the Giants would be drafting a quarterback, and that the veteran was “fine” with it.

“I think it’s a tremendous opportunity to learn for a young quarterback,” he said. “[Manning] is a guy that’s had a whole lot of success in the NFL, and there’s a reason for that. I’m looking to understand that and do my best to learn as much as I can from him while I’m in New York.”

Jones can take solace in this: He has a sympathetic supporter in Giants great Phil Simms, who got an underwhelming reaction from fans when the team took him in the 1979 draft. It was a much smaller event then, and there were only about 200 fans who heard then-commissioner Pete Rozelle read his name in the ballroom of the Waldorf Astoria hotel in Manhattan.

“The fans only know what all the experts sitting on the panels are saying and this is how they judge him,” Simms told Newsday’s Bob Glauber in an interview since the Jones pick. “That’s not necessarily how NFL people judge them. It’s sad for the kid because it’s a great moment for him. He doesn’t want to come into a situation that’s like, ‘Why did we take you?’ ”

Simms said he doesn’t expect the boos to last long, and certainly not when Jones ultimately takes over for Manning. Then again …

“If the criticism is too much for you, then it wasn’t meant for you,” Simms told the newspaper. “If the adversity is too much for you, it’s not for you.”

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Relevant for him

Caleb Wilson heard 253 other names called before his, but he did get drafted. The UCLA tight end was the final selection of the draft Saturday, by the Cardinals, earning the nickname of “Mr. Irrelevant.”

Wilson will be the focus of the “Mr. Irrelevant” celebration in Newport Beach this summer, a week’s worth of tongue-in-cheek festivities that include a golf tournament, regatta, roast and ceremony where he receives the Lowsman Trophy, a playful spoof of the Heisman.

Announcing the pick for the Cardinals was Tennessee Titans kicker Ryan Succop, the 2009 “Mr. Irrelevant.”

Singular talent

With their first four picks the Cardinals selected a quarterback, defensive back, receiver and defensive end. Mark Dalton, who oversees media relations for the team, noted each of those players wore single-digit numbers in college — 1, 1, 5, 2 — and the sum of all those jerseys is still a single digit.

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Robert Griffin III, the No. 2 pick by Washington in 2012, congratulated Haskins on Twitter after the Redskins him at No. 15.

But Griffin also slipped in a body blow to his old franchise.

Addressing the Redskins, he wrote: “You didn’t draft the young man for nothing. You did it because you believe in the young man. You did it because you need a Quarterback. Don’t give up on him prematurely. He is your investment. Give the kid time to prove himself.”

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Bully for you

San Francisco drafted South Carolina receiver Deebo Samuel in the second round. Deebo is a nickname; his real first name is Tyshun.

“I got the nickname from the movie ‘Friday,’ ” Samuel said at the combine in February, in reference to a 6-foot-6 bully in the 1995 film. “My dad named me that. So when I was a kid, he said I used to be a bully and take kids’ toys and stuff at a young age.”

Asked if he’s still a bully, Samuel said, “Nah. On the field I am.”

Friendly skies

Among the enduring images of this draft is 315-pound Clemson defensive tackle Christian Wilkins delivering a leaping shoulder bump on stage to a shocked NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, who stayed on the ground and braced for impact.

Just before he left his feet, Wilkins pointed to the sky to indicate he was heading up. Goodell didn’t take the hint.

“Has he never chest bumped anybody?” Wilkins said, jokingly. “That’s the clear, universal signal for we going up. But yeah, I guess he didn’t get the signal. It could’ve ended worse, it ended bad, but it could’ve have been worse. He almost didn’t get to the 14th pick. I’m glad he stayed firm on the ground because if he went up he probably would have went for a tumble.”

A joke making the rounds on Twitter was that Wilkins might have earned his first fine. Goodell was laughing as they collided.

“Acted a fool a little bit,” Wilkins said, “but it’s never hurt nobody.”

Yet.

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New York Giants receiver Odell Beckham Jr. returned Monday night against the Detroit Lions after missing Week 1 with an ankle injury.

Beckham, officially listed as questionable, ran through early pregame warm-ups before a final decision was made with a little more than 90 minutes left before kickoff.

General manager Jerry Reese, coach Ben McAdoo and members of the Giants’ strength and conditioning, training and medical staffs had planned to monitor his warm-up. His first official snap came on the Giants’ third offensive play.

Meanwhile, the Giants were without starting middle linebacker B.J. Goodson, ruled out with a leg injury, and cornerback Janoris Jenkins, who was out with ankle and hand injuries. Calvin Munson was expected to start in place of Goodson, who had 18 tackles in the opener.

Beckham returned to practice this week for the first time since injuring his ankle on Aug. 21 in a preseason game against the Cleveland Browns. Beckham rehabbed the injury at the team facility and at home and said Thursday that he “felt good” and was itching to get back on the field.

The Giants’ offense needs Beckham after struggling in a 19-3 loss to the Dallas Cowboys in Week 1. Receiver Brandon Marshall caught one pass in the final moments for 10 yards. Quarterback Eli Manning threw for just 33 yards in a first half in which the offense produced a grand total of two first downs.

Beckham has led the Giants in receiving each of the past three seasons. He had 101 receptions for 1,367 yards and 10 touchdowns last season.

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The New York Giants ended their offseason program on June 15. Here’s a look at how they fared:

Offseason goals/grade: The offense struggled to score points last season. Only six teams (all without a proven franchise quarterback) scored fewer than their 19.4 points per game. So the Giants went into this offseason looking for fixes on offense while trying to keep their defense together. They significantly upgraded their weapons by adding wide receiver Brandon Marshall in free agency and tight end Evan Engram in the draft. They improved their blocking — even if they failed to address the offensive line — by adding tight end Rhett Ellison and Marshall. They even upgraded at running back by cutting Rashad Jennings and elevating Paul Perkins into a starting role. No excuses now. They should be a better offense this season. On defense, the Giants bring back nine of 11 starters. Their only significant loss was defensive tackle Johnathan Hankins — whom they tried to keep — but they drafted his replacement, Dalvin Tomlinson, in the second round. Grade: B

Move I liked: Re-signing Jason Pierre-Paul. There seems to be mixed views on his deal, given the amount of money ($40 million guaranteed) for a player with an injury history and just one double-digit sack season in the past five years. For one, our own Bill Barnwell was not a fan. But while Pierre-Paul may not be a great pass-rusher, he is a good one. And those are hard to find. Pierre-Paul teamed with Olivier Vernon gives the Giants one of the best defensive end and pass-rushing duos in the league. That’s invaluable, especially without a serious interior pass-rushing threat on the roster. The Giants survived for a while without Pierre-Paul late last year, but it showed in the playoffs when Aaron Rodgers had all day to throw. Re-signing Pierre-Paul was a move the Giants had to make in order for their defense to not experience a drop-off. Instead, bringing almost everyone back should make them better and possibly even a special unit.
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Move I didn’t like: It’s easy to say in retrospect after the Giants went on to select Engram in the first round, but given the choice between an offensive tackle or Marshall, I would’ve gone tackle. Quarterback Eli Manning and the Giants need at least one proven tackle. It’s not that Marshall isn’t a good player who at 33 years old will still help them. He is. Watching him run past Pro Bowl cornerback Janoris Jenkins deep down the sideline during OTAs validated to me that there is still something left in his tank. He will be a factor in 2017, especially in the red zone. It’s just that wide receiver is an easier spot to fill than left tackle, and the Giants ended up adding a weapon and red-zone target with Engram in the draft. Sure, veteran left tackle Andrew Whitworth (who signed with the Rams) cost twice the money, but the Giants could’ve made it work if they were so inclined — just at the expense of Marshall. That would’ve been my preference.

Biggest question still to be answered in training camp: Oh, it always seems to be that offensive line. The Giants return the same starting offensive line that did not play well last year. They couldn’t run the ball (29th in the NFL) and allowed relentless pressure off the edges. Their only additions this offseason were 2013 Chargers first-round pick D.J. Fluker and their own sixth-round pick this year, Adam Bisnowaty. Ereck Flowers and Bobby Hart are still projected to start at left and right tackle, respectively. The Giants have done their best to sell a leaner and improved Flowers this offseason, but even they acknowledge that nobody will know if their tackles won’t be a problem again until we see them playing at full speed in pads this summer.

Salary-cap space: $8,118,600 (source: Overthecap.com)

2017 draft picks: 1. TE Evan Engram; 2. DT Dalvin Tomlinson; 3. QB Davis Webb; 4. RB Wayne Gallman; 5. DE Avery Moss; 6. OT Adam Bisnowaty
Undrafted rookie free agents signed: OT Chad Wheeler, OL Jessamen Dunker, TE Colin Thompson, WR Travis Rudolph, CB Nigel Tribune, S Jadar Johnson, DT/OL Jarron Jones, LB Calvin Munson, FB Shane Smith, DE Josh Banks, DE Evan Schwan, WR Keeon Johnson, CB DeShaun Amos

Unrestricted free agents signed: WR Brandon Marshall, TE Rhett Ellison, OL D.J. Fluker, CB Valentino Blake, RB Shaun Draughn, DE Devin Taylor, DT Corbin Bryant, S Duke Ihenacho, LB Keenan Robinson, LB Mark Herzlich, QB Josh Johnson

Restricted free agents signed: DE Kerry Wynn

Players acquired via trade: None