Giants offensive coordinator Jason Garrett has reunited with a couple of his former Cowboys players. The team signed running back Alfred Morris and quarterback Clayton Thorson to the practice squad.
Morris, who turns 32 in December, has remained a free agent since the Cardinals released him in November.
He has played 105 games with 70 starts in his career with Washington, Dallas, San Francisco and Arizona.
Morris had 1,000-yard seasons in each of his first three seasons and has 5,935 career rushing yards and 34 rushing touchdowns.
The Eagles made Thorson a fifth-round choice in 2019. They cut him out of the preseason, and he signed with the Cowboys’ practice squad before the start of last season.