Former Eagles RB Corey Clement invited to the Giants rookie minicamp

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The NFL is a business and as the Eagles retool their running back room with Kenneth Gainwell and Kerryon Johnson, one former Super Bowl hero could be heading up the New Jersey Turnpike to Philadelphia’s most hated rival.

Corey Clement is among 30 NFL veterans trying out for the Giants during their rookie minicamp this weekend.

Clement was signed by Philadelphia as an undrafted free agent in 2017, logging the second-most all-purpose yards (1,367) by an undrafted Eagle in his first three seasons since the 1970 merger.

The versatile running back will be most remembered for his team-high 100 receiving yards in Super Bowl LII.

The Giants currently have Saquon Barkley, Devontae Booker, Gary Brightwell and Taquan Mizzell on the roster at running back.

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