The Giants activated Kreiter from the reserve/COVID-19 list Monday.
Krieter has cleared the league's COVID-19 protocols and is available for team activities immediately. He's expected to be the Giants' long snapper Week 12 against Cincinnati.
The Giants placed Kreiter on the reserve/COVID-19 list Wednesday.
Kreiter has either tested positive for the virus or come into close contact with an infected person. He joins kicker Graham Gano and punter Riley Dixon on the list. If Kreiter can't return after the Week 11 bye, it's unsettled who will do the long-snapping for New York.
Kreiter agreed to a contract with the Giants on Wednesday, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports.
Kreiter spent the last four seasons in Denver and earned Pro Bowl honors in 2018, but he's now set to continue his career as New York's long snapper.
Kreiter has re-signed on a one-year, $1 million contract with the Broncos, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.
Kreiter has been a high-quality long snapper for a few years now and was finally named to the Pro Bowl in 2018. He's now set to stay in Denver through the end of the 2019 campaign.
Kreiter (calf) has been a full participant throughout training camp, Andrew Mason of the Broncos' official website reports.
Kreiter landed on the team's injured reserve in the latter portion of last season due to a calf injury. He appears to have undergone a full recovery, as he has been participating in training camp activities. He projects to be the team's long snapper heading toward the regular season.
Kreiter (calf) was placed on injured reserve Friday, The Denver Post reports.
Kreiter served as the Broncos' long snapper for most of the season before injuring his calf in Week 10 against the Saints. Veteran Thomas Gafford will take over for the remainder of the campaign.
Kreiter (calf) did not participate in practice Wednesday.
Kreiter is in danger of missing his fourth consecutive game in Week 15, while Thomas Gafford would be in line for long-snapping duties against the Patriots.
Kreiter (calf) is ruled out of Sunday's game in Tennessee.
Kreiter will miss his third straight game. Thomas Gafford will continue to handle long snapping duties in his place.
Kreiter (calf) did not practice Wednesday.
Kreiter, the Broncos' long snapper, was unable to play last week due to an injured calf. If he's unable to return to practice in time for Sunday's game against the Titans, Thomas Gafford will be destined for another appearance.
Kreiter (calf) is ruled out of Sunday's game against the Jaguars.
In Kreiter's absence, Thomas Gafford will handle long snapping duties for a second straight week.
Kreiter (calf) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Chiefs, Mike Klis of 9News.com reports.
Kreiter figures to be replaced in Week 12 as the Broncos' long snapper by Thomas Gafford, who was signed by the team on Friday. Kreiter's next opportunity to return will come in Week 13 against the Jaguars.
The Cowboys have signed long snapper Casey Kreiter, according to the Dallas Morning News.
Kreiter, 24, was cut by the team last August. He has yet to see the field in the NFL.
The Cowboys got down to the 75-man roster limit Tuesday. They waived receiver Chris Boyd, punter Tom Hornsey, long snapper Casey Kreiter, defensive end Adewale Ojomo and guard Wayne Tribue, and released quarterback Caleb Hanie.
Dallas waived these players with injury designations: tight end Jordan Najvar, safety Matt Johnson, cornerbacks Justin Green and Johnny Thomas, and linebacker DeVonte Holloman. Defensive end Ben Gardner was placed on IR, and defensive tackle Amobi Okoye was put on the Reserve/Non-Football Injury list.