Giants’ Cody Latimer Designated For Return

Giants wide receiver Cody Latimer has been designated for return, coach Pat Shurmur announced. Latimer will take the practice field on Wednesday, kick starting a three-week window for activation. 

Latimer, 26, was enjoying an expanded role in the Giants’ offense against the Eagles on Oct. 11 before he went down with a hamstring injury. The wide receiver had six catches for 108 yards across four games before being sidelined.

The Giants aren’t playing for much at this point of the season, but Latimer will have a chance to showcase himself before reaching unrestricted free agency in March. The Giants are also keenly interested to see whether he can be a fit for the 2019 roster after signing him to a one-year, $2.5MM contract in the offseason.

The Giants close out their season with games against the Bears, Redskins, Titans, Colts, and Cowboys.

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  1. crosseyedlemon

    “The Giants aren’t playing for much at this point of the season.”

    The G-men certainly don’t want to surrender the city bragging rights to the Jets for a second consecutive year.

  2. Perksy

    I think with the tough loss to the Eagles last week they will probably loss most of the games the res of the way. I felt if they had won Sunday maybe they could turn the season around a bit. And would have only been 2 games out with Dallas playing New Orleans and Washington starting Mccoy. Not like they are playing top level teams. It’s too bad

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