EAST RUTHERFORD, New Jersey — The New York Giants have added depth at the safety position, signing veteran Jeromy Miles.
The Giants announced the move on Wednesday, giving returning defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo a player he coached the last two seasons with the Baltimore Ravens.
The 28-year-old Miles played the last two years with the Ravens after spending his first three in Cincinnati. He has played in 67 regular-season games with three starts and played in four postseason games. His career regular-season totals include 41 tackles, an interception, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery, plus 45 special teams tackles.
The Giants also waived wide receiver Marcus Harris and rookie free agent safety Justin Currie. Harris spent last season on injured reserve with a hip injury.
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