Giants Add Veteran Wynn to Their D-Line

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The Giants made a move to add some depth to their D-line today, inking Renaldo Wynn to a one-year deal. The 33-year-old could be a situational pass rusher, and will help out the line that already is deep with Michael Strahan, Osi Umenyiora and Justin Tuck. Reports say that Wynn can play on passing downs. “(Wynn’s versatility) is very valuable,” said Giants head coach Tom Coughlin, who coached Wynn while the two were with the Jacksonville Jaguars. “Renaldo can play the run on first and second down he doesn’t have to come in only on pass downs. He played inside last year, so he can defend against the run.” Wynn appeared in 12 games with the New Orleans Saints last season, recording 13 tackles and 3 1/2 sacks. The team made a second roster move, placing linebacker Keith O’Neil on their reserve-retired list.


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One Response to “Giants Add Veteran Wynn to Their D-Line”

  1. EOD says:

    With Strahan’s retirement Wynn maybe be on the field more often. But 1 tackle per game and 31/2 sacks isnt much production. Hopefully he will play up to the level of those around him.

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