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Will Tye, Stony Brook Seawolves (September 6, 2014)

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New York Giants Sign TE Will Tye and DT Carlif Taylor: According to various reports, the New York Giants have signed rookie free agents tight end Will Tye (Stony Brook University) and defensive tackle Carlif Taylor (Southern Connecticut State University). Both were invited as tryout players to the team’s three-day rookie mini-camp that concluded on Sunday.

TE Will Tye, 6’2”, 262 pounds, 4.57, Stony Brook University
Tye was a Florida State transfer. Tye lacks ideal height but he is well-built athlete with very good speed for a tight end. Versatile, Tye lined up at tight end, in the backfield, and split out wide at Stony Brook University where he was a very productive receiver.

DT Carlif Taylor, 6’2”, 319 pounds, 5.10, Southern Connecticut State University
Taylor is a raw Division-II prospect with a very nice combination of size and athletic ability. Taylor lacks ideal height, but he strong, quick, and plays with good natural leverage. Taylor hustles and plays hard.

Because of these moves, we have updated the Transactions, Roster, and Depth Chart sections of the website.

Articles on Defensive Coordinator Steve Spagnuolo:

Article on WR Geremy Davis: Geremy Davis knows excelling on special teams is good for the team’s future by Tom Rock of Newsday

Article on TE Matt LaCosse: Matt Lacosse has good skill set at tight end by Tom Rock of Newsday

Articles on TE Will Tye:

Article on OC Brett Jones: Aspiring doctor Brett Jones is Giants’ medical center by Ralph Vacchiano of The New York Daily News

Articles on DE Owamagbe Odighizuwa:

Article on S Landon Collins: Landon Collins up for the Giant challenge by Bob Glauber of Newsday

Article on S Bennett Jackson: Bennett Jackson of Hazlet starts anew in Giants rookie mini-camp by Ryan Dunleavy of

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