New York Giants organize 9 players to try

The New York giants have been relatively quiet about workouts, drills and visits in recent weeks, but that changed on Monday.

Under the NFL’s trading line, the Giants host or plan to host nine players on a trial basis. The list includes 2019 All-American Championships gold medalist Adam Coon.

The 6-foot-5, 265-pound Coon, who has two Greco-Roman wrestling silver medals along with his gold, was dropped from Michigan in the 2018 NFL draft. After years of chasing other dreams, he He was signed by the Tennessee Titans earlier this year before being released from injury in August.

Coon, who has never appeared in an NFL game, can play both an offensive guard and a reserve.

In addition to Coon, The Giants also own many strikers Tarik Black and Travis Jonsen, full-backs John Brannon and Nate Brooks, full-back Joseph Charlton, full-back Jacob Dolegala, full-back Benny LeMay, and full-back Justus Reed .

Of that group, Charlton is the most notable and has the most NFL experience.

With football player Riley Dixon struggling this season, perhaps the Giants want to look at what else is there. Charlton appeared in 21 NFL games and tackled 66 times with 2,903 yards (44.0 average).

As of this writing, none of the nine have been signed. New York Giants organize 9 players to try

Olly Dawes

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