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New York Giants news, 9/17: Catching up on Tuesday roster moves

New York Giants headlines for Wednesday, 9/17.

Julian Talley is back on the Giants roster
Julian Talley is back on the Giants roster
Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sport

Good morning, New York Giants fans! In case you need a scorecard to catch up with Tuesday's flurry of roster moves by the Giants, here is the breakdown.

IR -- WR Jerrel Jernigan (foot), CB Walter Thurmond (torn pectoral)

Added to 53-man roster -- LB Dan Fox, WR Julian Talley

Added to practice squad -- WR L'Damian Washington, WR Travis Harvey, OLB James Davidson

Dropped from practice squad -- DE Jordan Stanton

Here is our full report on Tuesday's transactions.

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