Grant Garner

#61C,
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 302
Born:
College: Oklahoma State
Birth Place: Dallas, Texas
Draft: Undrafted
  • Redskins welcomed military members to OTA's
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    Redskins welcomed military members to OTA's

    The Washington Redskins and USAA joined forces to celebrate active duty military, veterans and their families during an exclusive organized team activities session. This event was a part of the team’s ongoing military advocacy through the Redskins Salute program. The Redskins Salute OTA day hosted 150 members of the military community and granted them exclusive access to the Burgundy and Gold at the INOVA Sports Performance Center at Redskins Park. The attendees had sideline access to the team’s practice where they met several players during OTA’s. “We are looking forward to hosting military members at Redskins Park and giving them behind-the-scenes access to our players and personnel,” said

  • NFL Notes: Cowboys' Ezekiel Elliott sits out OTAs after minor car crash
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    NFL Notes: Cowboys' Ezekiel Elliott sits out OTAs after minor car crash

    FRISCO, Texas -- Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott was a passenger in a minor car accident and is missing the first three offseason practices as a precaution. Elliott, the 2016 NFL rushing champion as a rookie, bumped his head in the crash Sunday night, but running backs coach Gary Brown said Wednesday that Elliott doesn't have a concussion. Coach Jason Garrett said Elliott would miss the third practice of the week Thursday after sitting the first two sessions with soreness and neck stiffness. Garrett said Elliott was expected to practice next week. Elliott, who made the All-Pro team after Dallas drafted him No. 4 overall last year, finished with 1,631 yards rushing and 15 touchdowns,

  • Giants roster moves: Cut Ishaq Williams, Rahim Moore, sign DE Devin Taylor, S Duke Ihenacho
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    Giants roster moves: Cut Ishaq Williams, Rahim Moore, sign DE Devin Taylor, S Duke Ihenacho

    Every roster move in the NFL begets another. Thursday the New York Giants announced that they signed defensive end Devin Taylor, formerly of the Detroit Lions, and safety Duke Ihenacho, formerly of the Washington Redskins and Denver Broncos. "EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – The Giants today added two veteran defenders who have played in 102 NFL games and registered a combined 306 tackles (including playoffs). The newcomers are defensive end Devin Taylor, formerly of the Detroit Lions, and safety Duke Ihenacho, who began his career with the Denver Broncos and played the previous three seasons for the Washington Redskins." In order to sign the two veterans, the Giants waived two players, one of them a