The Giants have added another player to their mediocre group of additions in free agency this offseason.
The team announced Friday that defensive end George Selvie has agreed to a contract. Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that it is a one-year, $1.4 million deal that keeps Selvie in the NFC East after he spent the last two seasons playing in every game for the Cowboys.
Selvie had 75 tackles, 10 sacks and two forced fumbles in those games for Dallas and those contributions were welcomed by a defense that struggled to find healthy bodies on the defensive line for big stretches of the last two years.
Coming to the Giants reunites Selvie with former college teammate Jason Pierre-Paul and the Giants will be hoping that the partnership, along with Robert Ayers and Damontre Moore, can spark the return of a strong pass rush that was their defensive hallmark during Steve Spagnuolo’s first stint as defensive coordinator.