Cody Latimer

#12 WR / N.Y. Giants / EXP: 6YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 222 lb Age: 26 College: Indiana Bye 11

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    Giants' Cody Latimer: Shows chemistry with Jones

    Cody Latimer caught both of his targets for 36 yards in Thursday's 31-22 preseason opening win over the Jets.Both of Latimer's catches came on passes thrown by rookie quarterback Daniel Jones. He caught Jones' first NFL pass for five yards and added a 31-yard catch later in the drive. Latimer has a golden opportunity in front of him with the New York Giants' wide receiver depth chart decimated by injuries, but he'll need to do more to stand out as the preseason unfolds.

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    Giants' Cody Latimer: Could see more targets

    With Corey Coleman (knee) out for the year, Sterling Shepard (thumb) banged up and Golden Tate facing a four-game suspension, Cody Latimer could have a more prominent role, especially early on.A second-round pick in 2014, Latimer has never had a 20-catch season, but he's 6-2, 215 and fast (4.44 40), so there's a small chance he could do something should he see more opportunities. Bennie Fowler is also around, as is rookie Darius Slayton, though Slayton is sidelined with a hamstring injury.

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    Giants' Cody Latimer: Back with New York

    Cody Latimer announced Sunday that he will return to the New York Giants.In his fifth NFL season and first with the Giants, Latimer was limited to six games by a hamstring injury and caught 11 passes for 190 yards and a single touchdown. Much of his damage was done in Week 17, when he had four catches for 72 yards and that score. It was enough for New York to bring the 26-year-old back for another season, though his ability to contribute on special teams may have been a bigger factor.

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    Giants' Cody Latimer: Two great catches in Week 17

    Cody Latimer finished the season, catching four of six targets for 72 yards and a score in Sunday's 36-35 loss to the Cowboys.Two of Latimer's catches were one-handed while he was well covered. A 2014 second-round pick, the 6-foot-2, 215-pound Latimer is now 26 years old and heads into 2019 as an unrestricted free agent. It's unclear whether his Week 17 performance was enough to persuade the New York Giants into bringing him back.

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    Giants' Cody Latimer: Returns from IR

    The New York Giants activated Cody Latimer (hamstring) from injured reserve Wednesday, Michael Eisen of the team's official site reports.Latimer had served as the Giants' primary No. 3 receiver through the first six weeks of 2018 before being shut down after suffering the hamstring injury Oct. 16. The 26-year-old only tallied six receptions for 108 yards over his four appearances, but he could assume an enhanced role on offense Sunday against the Colts with fellow wideouts Odell Beckham (quadriceps) and Russell Shepard (ankle) uncertain to play. Latimer might also take over as the gunner on the team's kick-coverage units after depth cornerback and special-teams standout Antonio Hamilton (quadriceps) was moved to IR in a corresponding move.

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    Giants' Cody Latimer: Slated for Week 16 return

    Cody Latimer (hamstring) is expected to be activated from injured reserve ahead of the New York Giants' Week 16 matchup against the Colts, Matt Lombardo of NJ Advance Media reports.Latimer originally landed on IR in mid-October due to an unspecified hamstring injury before making his return to practice roughly two weeks ago. When officially back on the 53-man roster, the Indiana product will try to reclaim the No. 3 receiver role from Bennie Fowler.

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    Giants' Cody Latimer: Designated to return from IR

    Coach Pat Shurmur said that Cody Latimer (hamstring) would participate in the New York Giants' practice Wednesday.The news means that Latimer has received the Giants' second and final designation to return from injured reserve, with the first also going to another skill-position player in running back Jonathan Stewart (foot). The Giants will have 21 days to evaluate Latimer for activation, though the wideout won't be eligible to return to game action until the Giants' Week 15 matchup with the Titans. While Latimer has been sidelined for the team's last five contests, Bennie Fowler has settled in as the Giants' No. 3 receiver, registering a mere eight receptions for 92 yards and no touchdowns on 13 targets over that span.

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    Giants' Cody Latimer: Hits injured reserve

    Cody Latimer (hamstring) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday.Latimer was seeing an expanded role in the New York Giants' offense in Thursday's game against the Eagles with Russell Shepard (neck) sidelined, but Latimer's season is now likely over after he suffered a hamstring injury during the contest. New York signed wideout Bennie Fowler, who is coming off four seasons with the Broncos, to the open roster spot.

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    Giants' Cody Latimer: Out with hamstring

    Cody Latimer injured his hamstring in Thursday's game against the Eagles and will not return.Latimer pulled up limping in the fourth quarter. He finished the night with three catches (on four targets) for 52 yards, good for second on the team behind standout running back Saquon Barkley. The New York Giants have an extra long week before going to take on the Falcons in Atlanta on Oct. 22, so Latimer will be hoping to recover during that period.

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    Giants' Cody Latimer: Remained on sideline Sunday

    Cody Latimer was active for Sunday's game against the Panthers but did not play.Latimer was dealing with a knee injury that kept him out of Week 4's loss to the Saints, but he ended up being active and in uniform for Sunday's contest. It's unclear, however, whether or not his absence from the game was precautionary or if he simply was not part of the game plan.