The New York Giants on Monday officially announced the signings of running back bobby Rainey and linebacker Kelvin Sheppard, news those two players had previously released themselves. They also announced the signing of offensive tackle Byron Stingily.
Let's focus on Stingily since his signing is not one we previously discussed. Stingily, 27, recently worked out for the Giants. He was a sixth-round pick by the Tennessee Titans in 2011 and has played in 20 NFL games, starting nine, during his time in Tennessee. All of those starts appear to have come at right tackle. He was waived at the end of training camp in 2015 and was picked up by the Pittsburgh Steelers, but never appeared in a game.
Stingily is likely depth on the offensive line, a player the Giants are bringing in to compete for a roster spot. The Giants are still in the process of constructing their 90-man training camp roster, so it's possible more small moves like this one could be coming.