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New York Giants news, 6/13: Kevin Williams signs with Seattle Seahawks

New York Giants headlines for Friday, June 13.

Kevin Williams
Kevin Williams
Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sport

Good morning, New York Giants' fans! Today is Friday the 13th, and if you are the superstitious type that means you are likely expecting bad news regarding middle linebacker Jon Beason, carted off from Thursday's OTA with a foot injury. All I can tell you is think good thoughts, try some reverse psychology, and hope for the best. When there is news about Beason's status we will pass it along.

In the meantime, here are some other Giants-related headlines.

Defensive tackle Kevin Williams, who had visited the Giants, signed with the defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks on Thursday. Williams, who will be 34 this season is a five-time All-Pro and had been waiting for a team to make him an offer he felt made it worth continuing his career. The Seahawks will reportedly pay him more than $2 million in 2014, more than the Giants or anyone else was willing to give Williams.

The Giants have cut wide receiver Kris Adams with a failed physical designation. They have not announced a corresponding roster move to fill Adams' spot, but they did work out several players earlier this week.

Quarterback Eli Manning took a pop quiz from this week in which the only possible answers were he or big brother Peyton Manning. Eli admits Peyton is the better quarterback, but claims to have certain other advantages. Go read it for yourself to see what they are.

In case you missed it, here is Connor Hughes' practice report from Thursday.

Finally, a reminder that the Giants hold their final OTA Friday. There is no media access. The team's mandatory mini-camp will be held next week, June 17-19.