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Sport The New York Giants Have Officially Waived A Young Running Back

05:36  25 june  2021
05:36  25 june  2021 Source:   msn.com

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The New York Giants announced on Wednesday that they have officially waived defensive back Ryan Lewis. Lewis entered the league as an undrafted rookie free agent out of Pittsburgh. He first signed with the Arizona Cardinals before bouncing with several teams, making stops with the New England Patriots, Buffalo Bills, Indianapolis Colts, Philadelphia Lewis was signed to the Giants ’ practice squad last September, elevated for the team’s Week 2 game against the Chicago Bears and later promoted to the active roster before landing on IR with a hamstring injury in early November.

The only other back of note is fullback Elijhaa Penny, who primarily served as a blocker on 12 percent of all offensive snaps. He touched the ball only 15 times all year. In summary, Barkley was THE reason fans watched the New York Giants in 2018. And he clearly is one of the very best players in the Paul Perkins was waived with a non-football injury in May 2018 and placed on Injured Reserve with a torn pectoral muscle that he suffered before the offseason program began. After a respectable rookie season, Perkins had a very disappointing sophomore season in 2017. Perkins saw both his playing

The New York Giants have officially waived former Jacksonville Jaguars RB Ryquell Armstead a little over a month after claiming him.

a baseball player holding a bat: Jacksonville Jaguars running back Ryquell Armstead runs with the ball. © Provided by The Spun Jacksonville Jaguars running back Ryquell Armstead runs with the ball.

Armstead was a fifth-round pick of the Jaguars in 2019. As a rookie, he showed promise, rushing for 108 yards on 35 carries and adding 14 receptions for 144 yards and two touchdowns.

However, his 2020 season was ruined by COVID-19. Armstead contracted the virus during the summer and was eventually placed on Jacksonville’s Reserve/COVID-19 list twice.

In October, it was announced that Armstead would miss the rest of the season as he battled “significant respiratory issues” related to his bout with COVID.

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The New York Giants announced on Wednesday that they have officially waived defensive back Ryan Lewis. Lewis entered the league as an undrafted rookie free agent out of Pittsburgh. He first signed with the Arizona Cardinals before bouncing with several teams, making stops with the New Tired of mock drafts yet? We concur that it's getting monotonous but there's still a few weeks before the actual NFL draft and anything is possible. A mock draft by former NFL running back and current NFL.com analyst Maurice Jones-Drew has an interesting twist to it. MJD has the Washington Football

After failing to recapture the spark of his rookie season, the New York Giants ' Week 1 starting rusher from last season, Paul Perkins, has been waived with a "non-football injury." Drafted 149th overall out of UCLA in 2016, Perkins showed promise in his freshman season, picking up 456 rushing yards, seventh amongst rookies. His 4.1 average carry was also fifth among rookie running backs with at least 100 carries. Over the final three games of the regular season, Perkins broke out with 226 yards, including a 102-yard performance in the Giants ’ victorious season finale against Washington.

The Giants claimed Armstead in May, adding him to a running back mix that includes Saquon Barkley, who is returning from a torn ACL, and free agent signing Devontae Booker.

Barkley and Booker project to be 1-2 on New York’s depth chart, with 2021 draft pick Gary Brightwell, former Philadelphia Eagle Corey Clement and ex-Chicago Bears reserve Taquan Mizzell also competing for roster space.

The Giants also have a pair of fullbacks, Eli Penny and Cullen Gillaspia, on their roster as well.

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