Big Blue Morning: Lots of tryouts

September, 3, 2014
Sep 3
8:00
AM ET
The New York Giants are off again today. Their regular practice schedule for Week 1 of the NFL season will begin Thursday, since their game isn't until Monday Night. But that doesn't mean they're not busy.

The Giants had at least 15 players show up for tryout workouts Tuesday. They have only one spot left on their 10-man practice squad, but of course if they decide they like someone from this list better than someone they already have, they can cut a player and add someone new.

The Giants also could add a player to their active roster if they placed injured guard Geoff Schwartz on short-term injured reserve. They didn't do that when first able to make that move at 4 pm Tuesday, but still could. If they did, Schwartz would have to miss the first eight weeks of the season (seven games for the Giants, who have a Week 8 bye).

Anyway, here's the list of guys who were in East Rutherford to try out Tuesday:

LB Steve Beauharnais

DB Deveron Carr

OT Emmett Cleary

WR Juron Criner

WR Patrick Edwards

G Adam Gettis

DT Dominique Hamilton

WR Chris Harper

QB Matt Scott

G Will Simmons

WR Willie Snead

DB Rod Sweeting

LB Trevardo Williams

QB Tyler Wilson

TE Brian Wozniak

The quarterbacks are interesting because they're quarterbacks. And with only two quarterbacks on the active roster, it may be a smart idea for the Giants to stash one on the practice squad if they find one they like.

The wide receivers are interesting because the Giants are extremely thin at that position.

Gettis played for the Redskins the past couple of years, and obviously the Giants are thin at guard as well.

I can't handicap anyone's chances at this point, but I promise I'll let you know as soon as I hear anything.

Dan Graziano

ESPN New York Giants reporter

SPONSORED HEADLINES

Comments

Use a Facebook account to add a comment, subject to Facebook's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Your Facebook name, photo & other personal information you make public on Facebook will appear with your comment, and may be used on ESPN's media platforms. Learn more.