The New York Giants officially announced that they have signed unrestricted free agent safety Jeromy Miles (Baltimore Ravens). The Giants also waived/injured wide receiver Marcus Harris and waived safety Justin Currie.
Miles, who will turn 28 years old next week, originally entered the league as an undrafted rookie free agent signed by the Cincinnati Bengals after the 2010 NFL Draft. The Bengals waived him in September 2013 and he was then claimed off of waivers by the Ravens. Primarily a career back-up, most of Miles’ experience coming on special teams. He has three career starts, two coming last season with Baltimore. He finished 2014 with 28 tackles and one interception, pass defense, and forced fumble.
Miles was also a teammate of wideouts Victor Cruz and Julian Talley at the University of Massachusetts.
Harris originally signed with the Giants in 2013, spending that season on the Practice Squad and 2014 on Injured Reserve with a hip injury. Before that, he spent time with the Lions, Titans, and Arena League. Harris underwent a surgical procedure on one of his knees after this year’s mini-camp.
Currie was signed by the Giants as a rookie free agent after the 2015 NFL Draft.
There isn't one negative thing I could say about such a high class organization. Once I'm healed, the pots gonna be back cooking! #Blessed
— Marcus Soup Harris (@SoupHarris18) July 15, 2015