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New York Giants news, 10/30: Jon Beason officially placed on IR, more

New York Giants headlines for Thursday, 10/30.

Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports

Good morning, New York Giants fans! Here are your Thursday morning headlines.

Roster Moves

The Giants made the placement of linebacker Jon Beason on injured reserve and the signing of cornerback Mike Harris to the 53-man roster official on Wednesday. Per numbers provided by the Giants PR department, Harris has played in 31 regular-season games with seven starts and has recorded 96 tackles (72 solo), a sack, an interception, five passes defensed and 11 special teams tackles.

The Giants also signed linebacker Justin Anderson to their practice squad. They had released linebacker Carlos Fields from the practice squad a day earlier. Anderson was with the Giants in preseason and was waived with an injury settlement. Per league rules, he could not be re-signed until Week 9.

Giants Take Part In Domestic Violence Seminar

The Giants on Monday were one of the first two NFL teams (Denver was the other) to participate in an educational session about domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse.

"They taught us about domestic violence, educated us about sexual assault and then educated us about child abuse," Prince Amukamara said. "They educated us about all three situations and told us that there is help out there if any of us are dealing with it or know someone who is dealing with it. They told us to not let it linger. If we hear a teammate who is talking about it, hold them accountable."

"I definitely think it was a good (program) in light of all the things that have happened," defensive end Mathias Kiwanuka said. "(With) everything that has been brought to the public eye, I think it is good that the league is taking the initiative. We, as a league, want to be at the forefront of opening up the floor for discussion. It is something that we needed to hear."


Giants set to begin 'Murderer's Row' stretch of games.

Steve Weatherford makes the list of the most entertaining NFL players on Twitter.

Greg Gabriel of the National Football Post opines that "the Giants just aren't a good team right now."

Former Giants running back Andre Brown has been reinstated after an eight-game suspension.