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Giants’ Teddy Williams Requests Release

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New York Giants cornerback Teddy Williams has requested his release, according to NFL.com’s Mike Garafolo.

Williams, 29, still wants to continue his playing career, but is seeking a new opportunity with another team and is expected to be granted his release by the end of the day on Monday.

Williams was one of the players who have ties to Giants general manager Dave Gettleman from their time with the Carolina Panthers, where Williams mostly played on special teams in 2015 and 2016.

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Giants’ Jon Halapio Out For Season

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New York Giants’ offensive lineman Jon Halapio will miss the rest of the season after fracturing his lower leg and ankle during Sunday’s game, the team announced on Monday.

While the team has undrafted rookie Evan Brown listed as Halapio’s backup, they will more than likely scour the free agent market for help at the center position.

 

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Jaguars’ Calais Campbell Believes Giants’ Saquon Barkley Will Be ‘Special’

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Jacksonvile Jaguars veteran defensive lineman Calais Campbell came away from Sunday’s game against the New York Giants victorious, but also impressed by the play or Giants’ rookie running back Saquon Barkley.

Campbell believes that Barkley will be a “special” player.

“I mean, I knew right away,” Campbell said, according to NJ.com. “The first run and the first couple times I tackled him, I said; ‘this kid has something.’ … Obviously, you see it on tape. But we didn’t get to watch a lot of tape on him. It’s his college tape. Coming into the NFL against a team like ours, and making some of the plays he made, that kid’s going to be special.”

Campbell believes that if the running back can stay healthy, Barkley “might one day be a Hall of Famer”.

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Giants Restructure Janoris Jenkins’ Contract

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The New York Giants have reworked the contract of veteran cornerback Janoris Jenkins, which has created $3 million in cap space, according to ESPN’s Field Yates.

Jenkins had been scheduled to earn a $10.9 million salary in 2018 but is instead converting $4.9 million of that into a signing bonus, which is a benefit to both the Giants, who get the cap space, and Jenkins, who gets the money now.

 

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