The New York Giants are, apparently, down another offensive tackle.
Albert Breer published an update of the NFL’s COVID-19 testing results, and reserve offensive tackle Nate Wozniak appeared on the list. However, he doesn’t seem to be joining WR David Sills IV on the COVID-19 list, but is instead listed as “reserve/retired”.
Today’s COVID-19 list updates. pic.twitter.com/gsPwS3Cj9E— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) July 30, 2020
The Giants’ starting offensive line was reshuffled by the decision by Nate Solder to opt out of the 2020 season. And while Wozniak wasn’t considered a contender to start, there was an opportunity for him to earn a role as a backup.
Wozniak signed a reserve/futures deal with the Giants for the 2020 season after spending time on the practice squads of the New Orleans Saints, Minnesota Vikings, Atlanta Falcons, and Giants. He came into the NFL as an undrafted free agent after playing tight end for Minnesota and converting to tackle following the 2018 NFL Draft.
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