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Checking in on former Giants -- Where are they now?

Former Giants are on the move around the league, who is going where?

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The New York Giants made a series of roster moves on Monday, signing four new Giants.

But at the same time, former Giants are on the move as well.

First, Justin Tuck signed a ceremonial one day contract to retire a Giant. His retirement opened a hole at defensive end for the Oakland Raiders. They opted to fill it by signing former Giant and Dolphin, DaMontre Moore.

Moore was cut by the Giants during the 2015 season after an incident involving Beats headphones and Cullen Jenkins. He was claimed off waivers by the Miami Dolphins. The Dolphins, in turn, released Moore on May 2. Oakland is a team that looks to be on the upswing, and if he has finally matured, Moore could have found a terrific landing place.

Next, the New York Jets have traded one former Giants' tight end for another.

The Jets had previously signed Adrien Robinson, who had been waived before the 2015 season. Monday, he was waived by the Jets.

Replacing Robinson on the Jets' roster is the tight end who took Robinson's place on the Giants' roster in 2015, Jerome Cunningham.

Cunningham was waived by the Giants as they made room for their rookie signings on Thursday, May 5.