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Giants re-sign Evan Brown to practice squad

The New York Giants made a flurry of roster moves earlier this week, signing tight end Scott Simonson to the 53-man roster and adding three to their practice squad after the Carolina Panthers signed cornerback Corn Elder to their active roster.

The three other additions came by way of tight end Garrett Dickerson, wide receiver Alex Bachman and long-snapper Colin Holba.

As a part of those moves, offensive lineman Evan Brown was waived off of the 53-man roster just a few days after having been promoted from the practice squad. But after clearing waivers, Brown is now back.

The Giants announced late on Tuesday night that Brown was re-signed to the team’s practice squad.

The 6-foot-2, 302-pound Brown signed with the Giants as a rookie free agent out of SMU following the 2018 NFL Draft and went on to make their 53-man roster, where he resided for all 16 games last season despite not playing in a game.

This season, Brown was waived as a part of final cuts, but was promptly re-signed to the team’s practice squad, where he had remained until last Saturday when the roller coaster began.

If a corresponding roster move was needed to make room for Brown on the practice squad, the Giants have yet to announce it.

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