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Report: Giants signing Coty Sensabaugh

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant, front left, pulls in a touchdown reception over Los Angeles Rams defensive back Coty Sensabaugh, front right, in the first half of a preseason NFL football game, Saturday, Aug. 13, 2016, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ryan Kang) AP

Giants cornerbacks Eli Apple and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie have been dealing with injuries for the last few weeks, but both were able to play against the Packers last Sunday night.

Neither one made it through the entire game, however. Apple only played seven snaps before leaving with a groin injury while Rodgers-Cromartie was in and out of the game over the course of the evening due to a groin issue of his own.

It’s not clear whether either player will be back for Week Six and the Giants are reportedly bringing in some veteran insurance in the event they can’t go. Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reports that the Giants are signing former Ram Coty Sensabaugh on Tuesday.

Sensabaugh signed a three-year, $14 million deal with $4.5 million guaranteed with the Rams as a free agent after they saw Janoris Jenkins leave the team to sign with the Giants. Sensabaugh started two of the first three games of the season, but was dropped from the lineup entirely in Week Four and released last week. Adam Caplan of ESPN reports his deal did not include offset language, so he’ll get that money from the Rams in addition to whatever he makes with the Giants.

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4 Responses to “Report: Giants signing Coty Sensabaugh”
  1. jag1959 says: Oct 11, 2016 4:24 PM

    At this point all I can say is what took so long?

  2. jasons81 says: Oct 11, 2016 4:30 PM

    If I were him I would go buy a lotto ticket and give my agent a nice bonus…

  3. mdcdave says: Oct 11, 2016 8:14 PM

    With Networks like NFL , AMC , negotiating very High prices with Direct TV and Dish and cable providers. And with so much content available through cutting the cord. I would like to see a study on how many people have cut the cord and can no longer watch NFL because of it. They may have driven the price to high for consumers. Maybe if they make the streaming services a little more available.

  4. mdcdave says: Oct 11, 2016 8:15 PM

    Lol oops wrong story came up.

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