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The Giants signed Anderson to the practice squad Wednesday, Michael Eisen of theme's official site reports.
Anderson missed the entire preseason with a triceps injury but will stick with New York's practice squad now that he's healthy. The 24-year old bounced between the team's practice squad and active roster last season and recorded eight tackles (four solo) and two sacks in seven appearances.
Anderson (triceps) was waived by the Giants on Tuesday, Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports.
Anderson had been dealing with a triceps injury suffered in early August but it seems like he's since recovered. The Indiana product bounced back-and-forth between New York's active roster and practice squad last season. He appeared in seven games and recorded eight tackles, two sacks and two tackles for loss. Anderson will look for a new team ahead of the coming season.
Anderson (triceps) could start the season on the Giants' injured reserve list, Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports.
Anderson has missed most of training camp and preseason after sustaining a triceps injury during practice on Aug. 3. He joined the Giants as an unrestricted free agent in 2022 and is competing for a defensive line depth spot for the 2023 season.
Anderson (triceps) is expected to be out a few weeks according to head coach Brian Daboll, Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reports.
Barring any setbacks, Anderson could still be ready for Week 1. He appeared in seven games for the Giants during his rookie campaign and logged two sacks. He is again looking at a depth defensive end role in the upcoming season, assuming his health is up to par.
Anderson (triceps) left Giants camp Wednesday with an injury, Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reports.
The Indiana product is entering his second year after going undrafted in 2022. Anderson appeared in seven games (two starts) for the G-Men last season and totaled eight tackles, two tackles for loss and two sacks. The 24-year-old will miss some time, but his injury could have been significantly worse than just aggravating his triceps.