Giants sign Jay Bromley, Terrell Manning

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There’s a new Manning on the Giants roster, but he’s not related to the quarterback.

The Giants announced Monday that they have signed inside linebacker Terrell Manning. The Giants are the third stop for Manning this offseason. He started with the Chargers, was briefly a member of the Vikings after the Chargers waived him and signed with the Giants after a Monday workout.

Manning, a 2012 fifth-round pick, has played in just six regular season games over two seasons with the Packers and Chargers. He’ll be in the mix of players trying to fill the hole in the Giants defense left by Jon Beason’s foot injury.

The Giants also announced that third-round defensive tackle Jay Bromley has signed his four-year rookie contract. Bromley, the last of the Giants’ 2014 picks to sign, will work to earn snaps among a group that also includes Cullen Jenkins, Mike Patterson, Jonathan Hankins and Markus Kuhn.

6 responses to “Giants sign Jay Bromley, Terrell Manning

  1. My Giants still can’t get Tiki Barber to come back and they can’t even get Eli Manning to come back, but they must think that the new Terrell Manning era for the defense is the next best thing. I’m not a believer. This is not good.

    The Giants need to bring back Will Hill. They need to bring back my man Justin Tuck. The defense is a complete disaster without them. They will really miss JPP this year too.

    Maybe things will turn around by 2018.

  2. Will Hill blew it but I hope he finds a home in the NFL. Hate to see him waste his talent for a blunt. But the Giants secondary looks like the deepest area of the team. I like the Big Running backs and Interior linemen on both sides of the ball because you can’t win with Baas on the IR for the last two seasons. With Snee going down. With Diehl trying to hold on one last year. And don’t sleep on Stevie Brown coming back at S too.

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