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Giants news, 3/16: Robert Thomas returns, DB Curtis Riley signs

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Let’s get you caught up as the Giants continue to add players

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Good morning, New York Giants fans! Let’s clean up a few leftover pieces of business before we get to your headlines from around the Inter-Google.

  • Defensive tackle Robert Thomas, an exclusive rights free agent, has re-signed.
  • Free-agent defensive back Curtis Riley tweeted that he is joining the Giants.

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