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Giants roster move: C.J. Board cut, added to practice squad

Giants also shuffle several practice squad spots

Syndication: The Record
C.J. Board
Kevin R. Wexler-NorthJersey.com via Imagn Content Services, LLC

Wide receiver C.J. Board is, as previously reported, the corresponding roster move for the New York Giants in order to make space on the 53-man roster for special teamer Nate Ebner. [Ebner signing]

The Giants on Tuesday terminated Board’s contract, then quickly re-signed him to the practice squad.

The Giants also made a series of other practice squad moves.

They terminated the contract of veteran linebacker Todd Davis, who retired last month, and waived wide receiver Austin Mack with an injury settlement. Defensive back Jordyn Peters and guard Kenny Wiggins were released from the practice squad.

The team added offensive tackle Korey Cunningham as a veteran practice squad signing. Cunningham, 6-foot-6 and 311 pounds, has played in 18 career games with six starts for the Arizona Cardinals, who originally selected him in the seventh round of the 2018 NFL Draft, and the New England Patriots. He appeared in a career-high 11 games last year with New England, while all six of his starts came at left tackle as a rookie in 2018 with Arizona.

Cunningham becomes the fourth offensive lineman added by the Giants since the end of the preseason. The Giants traded for Billy Price and Ben Bredeson, who are on the 53-man roster. They have now added Cunningham and Matt Skura to the practice squad.