Giants sign QB Josh Freeman
The Giants have signed quarterback Josh Freeman, his agent confirmed on Wednesday.
He completed less than 38 percent of his 53 passing attempts and threw for 190 yards, which gave him an epically bad 3.58 yards per attempt in the 23-7 loss to New York.
You'd think the Giants would've been scared off, but it's not the case.
Instead, Freeman will now back up Eli and give the Giants a fairly decent backup option should something happen to Manning injury-wise.
Despite reports, it's unlikely the Giants are really worried about Manning's play randomly declining.
The deal is, according to Fox Sports Mike Garafolo, a one-year contract.
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