Giants sign three after minicamp tryouts

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The Giants held their rookie minicamp over the weekend and three players who tried out while it played out got good news from the team.

The Giants announced that they have signed running back Khalid Abdullah, cornerback SaQwan Edwards and safety Trey Robinson to the 90-man roster.

Abdullah ran for 1,809 yards and 22 touchdowns at James Madison last year while Robinson played out his final season at Furman. Edwards has more experience as he signed with the Raiders as an undrafted free agent in 2015 and spent the year on the practice squad. He was on Oakland’s injured reserve last year and was not tendered a contract for the coming season.

While those players will enjoy an extended stay in New Jersey, cornerback Nigel Tribune, wide receiver Robert Wheelwright and running back Daryl Virgies will be looking for new homes after being waived to make room.

6 responses to “Giants sign three after minicamp tryouts

  1. All three come from Patterson and rode their bike to the tryout. Ahh, the Garden state.

  2. SaQwan Edwards

    This being Mother’s Day and all I have to ask, WHAT is wrong with that kid’s mother burdening her son with that name? Seriously, call him Steven instead, his long-term outlook on life would have been a lot better.

  3. “redlikethepig says: May 14, 2017 12:59 PM They signed the 3 guys with the weirdest names.”

    Reminds of the first time I ever voted. I didn’t know who these guys were so I voted for the people with the funniest names. Might as well have stuck to that, I suppose….

    But I wish these fellows good luck.

  4. Paterson, has one T and many fine qualities about it.. She was known as the Silk City and was a home for the manufacture of Steam Locomotives. Lou Costello called it home as did Larry Doby, Uncle Floyd, Victor Cruz and yes even myself.

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