The New York Giants made the anticipated additions of two undrafted free agents, wide receiver Cody White and offensive tackle JacksonDennis, official on Tuesday.
They waived tight end Kyle Markway and linebacker Mark McLaurin.
White, 6-3 and 215 pounds, was signed as a free agent following the NFL Draft by the Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs, who waived him on July 29.
He played in 35 games with 26 starts at Michigan State. He finished his career ranked seventh in MSU history with 143 receptions, 12th with 1,967 receiving yards and tied for 16th with 12 touchdown catches. White compiled 2,115 all-purpose yards (1,967 receiving, 85 punt return, 63 rushing) and had five career 100-yard receiving games. In 2019, he was named honorable mention All-Big Ten after finishing fourth in the league with 66 catches, for 922 yards and six touchdowns, all career-high totals.
Dennis, 6-7 and 308 pounds, was signed by the Arizona Cardinals following the draft and was waived on July 26.
Dennis played in 40 games with 24 starts in five seasons at Holy Cross. In 2019, he started all 12 games at right tackle for an offense that averaged 135.9 rushing yards per game and scored 18 rushing touchdowns.
McLaurin, out of Mississippi State, spent last season on IR for the Giants. After cutting Markway, an undrafted free agent out of South Carolina, the Giants are still carrying six tight ends.