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B.J. Daniels, Seattle Seahawks (September 3, 2015)

B.J. Daniels – © USA TODAY Sports Images

The New York Giants have signed quarterback B.J. Daniels, wide receiver Kadron Boone, and wide receiver Donte Foster after the veteran tryouts impressed at last week’s rookie mini-camp. The team also confirmed that it has signed rookie free agent defensive end Ishaq Williams. However, the team did not announce the signing of cornerback Matt Smalley, which had previously been unofficially reported.

Daniels was originally drafted in the 7th round of the 2013 NFL Draft by the San Francisco 49ers. He has spent time with the 49ers (2013), Seattle Seahawks (2013-15), and Houston Texans (2015). Daniels has been on the game-day roster for eight contests, completing just one pass for seven yards and rushing six times for six yards. Daniels is a short (5’11”), well-built, strong-armed quarterback with very good overall athleticism, speed, and elusiveness. He rushed for 2,068 yards and 25 touchdowns as a read-option quarterback in college at South Florida. The Seahawks actually moved him to wide receiver in 2015. He’s a good enough athlete to even play some running back, safety, and kick returner. Daniels’ lack of height hurts him as a quarterback. He also needs to improve his overall accuracy as a drop-back quarterback. Daniels is a hard worker and takes the game seriously.

Boone was originally signed as an undrafted rookie free agent by the Philadelphia Eagles after the 2014 NFL Draft. The Eagles cut him in August and he then spent time on the Practice Squads of the St. Louis Rams and Indianapolis Colts. Boone is an average-sized receiver with good speed, agility, and hands. He runs good routes and is competitive.

Foster was originally signed as an undrafted rookie free agent by the Minnesota Vikings after the 2014 NFL Draft. He spent time on the Practices Squads of the Vikings (2014 and 2015), San Diego Chargers (2015), and Dallas Cowboys (2015). The Cowboys waived him in March. Foster is an average-sized receiver with good speed, quickness, and leaping ability. He has excellent hands. Raw, Foster needs to improve his route running and physicality. Smart and hard working.

The New York Giants have waived/injured wide receiver Ben Edwards and waived linebacker James Morris, quarterback Josh Woodrum, and tight end Cedrick Lang.

The Giants originally signed Edwards after the 2015 NFL Draft, but waived/injured him in July after he pulled his hamstring during the June mini-camp. The Giants re-signed him to the Practice Squad in November and the 53-man roster in December. He played in the final two games and finished the season with one catch for nine yards.

Morris was originally signed as an undrafted rookie free agent by the New England Patriots after the 2014 NFL Draft. The Patriots waived him in September 2015. Morris spent two stints each on the Giants’ Practice Squad and 53-man roster in 2015. He played in six games, primarily on special teams, before being placed on Injured Reserve in December 2015 with a quad injury.

The Giants signed Woodrum and Lang as undrafted rookie free agents after the 2016 NFL Draft last week.


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