Free agent running back Chris Ogbonnaya announced he will retire after six NFL seasons, according to NFL.com. Ogbonnaya made the announcement via his Instagram account. "It is with great thankfulness to God and appreciation of my family, coaches, and fans that I announce my retirement from football," Ogbonnaya wrote. "It has been an absolute privilege to play this game that I love, and I look forward to my continued involvement in the future." Ogbonnaya was last with the Giants, who cut him in May. He rushed for 604 yards on 130 carries throughout his career.
The Giants re-signed running back Chris Ogbonnaya, reports The Star-Ledger. He signed with the team in Week 14 and played in two games on special teams.
Giants tackle James Brewer, linebacker Jacquian Williams, linebacker James Davidson, cornerback Jayron Hosley, guard Eric Herman and running back Chris Ogbonnaya were ruled inactive Week 15 against the Redskins.
Giants linebacker Mark Herzlich, linebacker Jacquian Williams, offensive lineman James Brewer, cornerback Jayron Hosley, offensive lineman Eric Herman and running back Chris Ogbonnaya have all been ruled inactive Week 14 at Tennessee.
The Giants announced they signed running back Chris Ogbonnaya Tuesday. During his career, Ogbonnaya has rushed for 710 yards and two touchdowns on 158 attempts.
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