Wiggins was waived by the Giants on Friday, Art Stapleton of The Bergen Record reports.
The 32-year-old was let go by the Lions last month before latching on with the Giants in early November, but he's now been waived. Wiggins mostly worked on special teams during his time on the field this season.
The Lions released Wiggins on Saturday.
Wiggins began the season on the Lions' practice squad, so he could re-sign there if he can't find another suitor.
Wiggins was elevated to the Lions' active roster Saturday.
The Lions already had eight healthy linemen heading into Week 1, but Wiggins will provide additional depth against the Bears.
Wiggins (biceps) is expected to fill a depth role on the interior of Detroit's offensive line in 2020, Benjamin Raven of MLive.com reports.
Wiggins missed the final couple weeks of last season with a biceps injury, and he finished the year with three starts in 14 games. The Lions remade the right side of their offensive line with free agent Halapoulivaati Vaitai and third-round pick Jonah Jackson, so Wiggins should continue to work in a reserve capacity after re-signing in April.
Wiggins (biceps) signed a contract with the Lions on Tuesday.
Wiggins appeared in 14 games (three starts) for the Lions last year before being placed on injured reserve with a biceps injury in December. The 31-year-old figures to begin the 2020 campaign in a depth role at offensive guard, assuming he's fully recovered.
Wiggins (biceps) was placed on injured reserve Monday, Chris Burke of The Athletic reports.
Wiggins started three games for the Lions this year, including this past Sunday's loss to the Buccaneers, when he left early with an arm injury. The 31-year-old sustained a torn biceps, and he'll undergo season-ending surgery Tuesday, according to Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press. Oday Aboushi is expected to slot in at left guard for the rest of the season. Wiggins is set to be an unrestricted free agent in March.
Wiggins was forced out of Sunday's game against the Buccaneers with an arm injury.
With Wiggins out, Oday Aboushi is expected to fill in at left guard.
Wiggins signed a contract with the Lions on Thursday, according to the Lions' official site.
Wiggins has spent the past four seasons with the Chargers, starting all 16 games last season. The Lions will have an opening at guard with Graham Glasgow expected to take over as the starting center next season after starting his career at left guard.
Wiggins (ankle) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice.
Wiggins sprained his ankle Tuesday, but any worry was short-lived. The 29-year-old will continue as the starting right guard.
Wiggins is dealing with a sprained ankle but should be ready for Sunday's matchup with the Dolphins according to head coach Anthony Lynn, Jack Wang of the Los Angeles Daily News reports.
All preseason Wiggins battled for the starting job at right guard but now he could be in danger of missing Week 2's game. Lynn made it sound like the sprain wasn't too severe, but we'll have a better understanding of the lineman's status once practice reports are released later this week.
Wiggins started at right guard during the team's joint practice with the Rams, Eric D. Williams of ESPN.com reports.
Wiggins continues to impress at training camp, holding off 2016 third-round draft pick Max Tuerk and 2017 rookie Dan Feeney for the gig. Wiggins started one game with the Chargers last season.
The Chargers announced a pair of roster moves on Monday, per U-T San Diego. The team placed right guard Johnnie Troutman on injured reserve with a knee injury and re-signed offensive lineman Kenny Wiggins to the 53-man active roster.
The Chargers announced their final round of roster cuts on Saturday, paring their roster down to the required 53 for the regular season.
The following players were let go by San Diego: WR Vincent Brown, LB Victor Aiyewa, DT Chas Alecxih, WR Torrence Allen, CB Crezdon Butler, S Alden Darby, CB Greg Ducre, TE Mike Flacco, T Michael Harris , WR Javontee Herndon, OLB Thomas Keiser, DL Joe Kruger, OLB Cordarro Law, S Adrian Phillips, WR Tevin Reese, T Jeremiah Sirles, QB Brad Sorensen, OLB Colton Underwood, G Craig Watts, T Kenny Wiggins, C Khalil Wilkes and DL Doug Worthington.
The Chargers listed guard Jeromey Clary (shoulder), defensive lineman Sean Lissemore (shoulder), quarterback Brad Sorenson, receiver Lavelle Hawkins, cornerback Marcus Cromartie, offensive tackle Kenny Wiggins and safety Brandon Taylor as inactive for the playoff game at Denver.
The Chargers have made DT Sean Lissemore, WR Lavelle Hawkins, CB Marcus Cromartie ,OG Stephen Schilling, QB Brad Sorensen, SS Brandon Taylor and OT Kenny Wiggins inactive against the Bengals.
Lissemore was listed as questionable on the injury report due to a shoulder injury. The other six players are healthy scratches.
The Chargers declared wideout Lavelle Hawkins, defensive tackle Kwame Geathers, offensive tackle Kenny Wiggins, guard Stephen Schilling, cornerback Marcus Cromartie, safety Brandon Taylor and quarterback Brad Sorenson inactive for the game against the Chiefs.
The Chargers listed seven players as inactive for their game vs. Oakland: quarterback Brad Sorensen, receiver Lavelle Hawkins, safety Brandon Taylor, cornerback Marcus Cromartie, guard Stephen Schilling, offensive tackle Kenny Wiggins and defensive tackle Kwame Geathers.
The Chargers have ruled the following players inactive for Sunday's contest against the Giants in Week 14: Brad Sorensen, Lavelle Hawkins, Crezdon Butler, Brandon Taylor, Stephen Schilling, Kenny Wiggins, Kwame Geathers.
The Chargers signed offensive lineman Kenny Wiggins from the practice squad, after waiving tackle Mike Remmers, the team announced Saturday.
Wiggins was also added to the active roster for last week's game, but did not play and was added back to the practice squad a few days later.
The Chargers signed former Raiders offensive tackle Willie Smith and waived offensive tackle Kenny Wiggins, reports the San Diego Union-Tribune.