The New York Giants made a series of roster moves on Saturday in preparation for Sunday’s critical game against the Washington Commanders.
The Giants activated guard Ben Bredeson from injured reserve. Bredeson started the first seven games of the season before placed on IR. The Giants have started Joshua Ezeudu, Shane Lemieux, Jack Anderson and Nick Gates at left guard. Whether Bredeson or Gates, who started the last two games at left guard, starts remains to be seen.
The Giants placed Ezeudu, who has not played since Week 11 due to a neck injury, on IR. That will end his regular season, since Ezeudu will have to miss at least four games.
The Giants also announced a pair of interesting elevations from their practice squad. They are elevating linebacker/safety Landon Collins and quarterback Davis Webb for Sunday night.
Collins was signed to the practice squad before the Week 5 game against the Green Bay Packers. He has played in two games, with one tackle in 30 defensive snaps.
Webb will be active for the first time this season, giving the Giants three quarterbacks. That is interesting as there has been no mention of starter Daniel Jones or backup Tyrod Taylor having any type of injury.