Giants waive Montre Hartage with an injury settlement

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The New York Giants announced on Thursday that defensive back Montre Hartage, who was placed on IR earlier this week, has been waived with an injury settlement.

Provided he does not sign with another team, Hartage can not re-sign with the Giants until the injury settlement duration has passed plus an additional three weeks.

Hartage had a long and winding road with the Giants. He was originally claimed off of waivers from the Miami Dolphins in April of 2020, waived/injured that September before reverting to injured reserve, subsequently waived with an injury settlement and then re-signed to the practice squad in late October of last year.

In January, Hartage was then signed to a reserve/futures contract.

Hartage was promoted and active for just two games for the Giants last season — a Week 10 contest against the Philadelphia Eagles and a Week 14 game against the Arizona Cardinals.

Other notes: Former Giants DB Madre Harper has been signed to the Las Vegas Raiders’ practice squad.