The New York Giants have officially announced the signing of former Packers WR Myles White to their practice squad.
- The Giants cut LB Cole Farrand from the unit to make room for White.
The New York Giants have signed former Packers WR Myles White to their practice squad on Wednesday, according to Aaron Wilson.
White managed to make the Packers’ 53-man roster this past weekend, but was, unfortunately, waived to make room for James Jones earlier in the week.
The Giants practice squad currently consists of:
- QB G.J. Kinne
- LB Gerald Rivers
- DE Brad Bars
- S C.J. Conway
- OL Adam Gettis (Exception)
- OL Emmett Cleary
- WR Julian Talley
- LB Cole Farrand
- DT Montori Hughes (Exception)
- TE Will Tye
White, 25, wound up signing on with the Packers as an undrafted free agent out of Louisiana Tech back in 2013.
White appeared in seven games for Green Bay during the 2013 season and recorded nine receptions for 66 yards receiving and no touchdowns.