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The New York Giants opened their mandatory three-day minicamp on Tuesday and to the surprise of many, there were a trio of new names on the field.
In a rare move, the Giants invited three players to minicamp on a tryout basis — something usually reserved for rookie minicamp. Those players were wide receivers Isaiah Ford and Keelan Doss, and tight end Jaeden Graham.
The 26-year-old Ford was originally a seventh-round pick of the Dolphins in 2017. He spent the first four seasons of his career in Miami before having a brief cup of coffee with the New England Patriots and then again returning to Miami.
In 32 career games (three starts), Ford has hauled in 63 receptions for 681 yards and two touchdowns. He’s also rushed the ball once for 11 yards and recorded one tackle.
Doss, 26, was signed by the Las Vegas Raiders as an undrafted rookie free agent out of UC Davis in 2019. He’s also made stops with the Jacksonville Jaguars, Atlanta Falcons and New York Jets, plus a second stint with the Raiders.
In nine career games (two starts), Doss has caught 11 passes for 133 yards.
The 26-year-old Graham was signed by the Atlanta Falcons as an undrafted free agent out of Yale in 2018. Over the course of 32 games (zero starts), Graham has hauled in 12 receptions for 174 yards and one touchdown. He’s also recorded nine special teams tackles.
Finally, defensive tackle Kobe Smith is also among the tryout contingent.