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Giants news, 2/8: Former Giants dot rosters of AAF teams

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Damontre Moore, Brad Wing, Will Hill among them

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Good morning, New York Giants fans!

The newly-formed Alliance of American Football, which has the support of the NFL, begins play on Saturday. The league is, of course, filled with former NFL players. A look through the rosters of the eight teams in the AAF uncovered a number of fplayers with connections to the New York Giants — the most recognizable of which are punter Brad Wing, defensive end Damontre Moore and safety Will Hill.

Others include RB Jhurell Pressley, WR Marquis Bundy, WR Amba Etta-Tawo, TE Adrien Robinson, G Jessamen Dunker, CB Charles James, S Orion Stewart, G Damien Mama

If you feel like perusing the team rosters yourself it won’t shock me if you find the names of a handful of other players who passed through the Giants at one time or another.

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