The New York Giants continued to tinker with their practice squad on Wednesday, adding a pair of offensive linemen to that 16-player group.
The Giants added center Jonotthan Harrison and tackle Foster Sarell to the practice squad. Running back Dexter Williams was dropped.
If Harrison’s name sounds familiar, it should. A seven-year NFL veteran, Harrison was signed by the Giants in the offseason as a potential backup center. He was released by the Giants on Aug. 31.
Harrison has 84 games of NFL experience, including 42 starts, with the Indianapolis Colts and New York Jets.
Sarell is a 6-foot-7, 330-pound former Stanford Cardinal. He went undrafted in the 2021 NFL Draft, and signed with the Baltimore Ravens. He was waived on Aug. 31.
Here is a scouting report on Sarell from Tony Pauline of Pro Football Network:
Sarell was a solid starter for two years at Stanford, and he’s an athletic right tackle prospect with a large upside. He must fill out his lanky frame, improve his playing strength and give attention to detail, but Sarell is a solid developmental prospect who should get practice-squad consideration.
The Giants still have one opening on their 53-man roster after placing Nick Gates (leg fracture) on IR.
Full practice squad
OG Cole Banwart
WR C.J. Board
WR Matt Cole
OT Korey Cunningham
LB Trent Harris
OL Jonotthan Harrison
TE Jake Hausmann
DT Willie Henry
DE Niko Lalos
QB Brian Lewerke
DT David Moa
TE Chris Myarick
DB Steven Parker
WR Dante Pettis
RB Sando Platzgummer (exemption)
OT Foster Sarell
WR David Sills V