Giants Bring In 14 Players:


In what could be a strong message to some of the 53 men currently on his 5-4 team, a league source tells us that coach Tom Coughlin brought in a whopping 14 free agents for visits on Tuesday.


Of that amount, 13 came in for tryouts and one for a mere visit.

Getting tryouts were kicker Shane Andrus, defensive tackle Lonnie Harvey, tight end Joe Klopfenstein, punter Tim Masthay, defensive back Marcus McCauley, defensive back Chad Nkang, quarterback Patrick Ramsey, defensive back Anthony Scirrotto, tackle Isaac Sowells, kicker Sam Swank, tackle Herb Taylor, punter A.J. Trapasso, and receiver Isaiah Williams.

Running back Julius Crosslin paid the team a visit, without working out.

None were signed.  Yet.  And there’s a good chance none will be signed. 

But the point possibly has been made — Coughlin won’t hesistate to make changes if the Giants don’t change the outcomes of their games.

Maybe Coughlin is trying to light a fire

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3 Responses to “Giants Bring In 14 Players:”

  1. Thiergow says:

    What I don’t understand is the reason why the staff would be looking for a QB or tackles (I guess they are talking about offensive tackles). It’s obvious that they are not going to make a move at the QB position (Carr did nothing wrong and Eli just signed a big contract) and the O-line is not that bad. They had a bad game against the Chargers but hopefully they are going to do fine after the bye.

  2. you have to have someone t hrowing passes to the Cornerbacks trying out. might as well make it another QB just to evaluate replacement possibilites for Carr after this year.

    Oline depth isn’t great.

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