The Giants signed Tomlinson to the active roster Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports. Tomlinson was cut by the Giants last Friday and landed on the team's practice squad, but he's being brought back up ahead of a Week 5 matchup against the Cowboys. He likely won't be utilized much on offense, however, as Evan Engram, Kaden Smith and Levine Toilolo are all healthy.
Tomlinson was cut by the Giants on Friday. Tomlinson was let go in order to make room for a player to fill a position in more need. He is expected to sign with the team's practice squad.
Tomlinson re-signed with the Giants on Sunday. Tomlinson returns to New York's tight end room after having been cut by the team Saturday. He'll contribute as a depth option to kick off the 2020 campaign.
The Giants released Tomlinson on Saturday, Michael Eisen of the team's official site reports. Tomlinson played eight games with three different teams last season, but he couldn't beat out Levine Toilolo or Kaden Smith for a reserve role behind Evan Engram. If one of those three endures an injury, though, Tomlinson could rejoin the team.
Tomlinson signed a contract with the Giants on Saturday, Paul Schwartz of the New York Post reports. Tomlinson spent time on four teams in 2019 -- including the Giants -- and totaled one catch for one yard in eight games. The 27-year-old figures to be fighting for a roster spot as a reserve tight end come training camp.
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