NY Giants waive one former Wolverine, trade for another

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The one thing we know is that Jabrill Peppers isn’t going anywhere. But the same can’t be said for others with the New York Giants.

While it had appeared former Michigan defensive tackle Willie Henry had found a new home, having been a casualty more than a year ago of the Baltimore Ravens, it turns out it wasn’t for long. Henry gained an audition this summer with the Giants, but when the organization whittled its roster to 53 on Tuesday, the former three-star-turned-NFL lineman found himself on the chopping block. Henry was waived, but he could end up on the practice squad.

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One former Raven may be (temporarily) gone, but the another is apparently en route to East Rutherford, New Jersey.

According to ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter, second-year offensive guard Ben Bredeson is leaving John Harbaugh’s squad and will join his former teammate, Peppers, with the signature NFC East franchise.

Unlike Henry, Bredeson hasn’t had much playing time. A reserve, he figures to still be in development. He was a fourth-round NFL draft pick by the Ravens in 2020.

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