EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – The Giants today announced they have signed long snapper Casey Kreiter to a one-year contract.
The team also officially announced the signing of running back Dion Lewis, who agreed to contract terms last week. Lewis is an eight-year veteran who played the last two seasons for the Tennessee Titans.
The agreements are contingent on the players passing their physical, which will be conducted after travel restrictions are lifted.
Kreiter, 6-1 and 250 pounds, played his first four NFL seasons with the Denver Broncos. He was selected to the Pro Bowl after flawlessly delivering 146 snaps in 2018.
Kreiter's first NFL experience was with the Dallas Cowboys in 2014 and 2015, when he was twice waived late in training camp. He signed with the Broncos in 2016 and played 10 games that season suffering a season-ending calf injury. Kreiter played in every game from 2017-19 and has appeared in 58 regular-season games.
Kreiter snapped in 40 games for the University of Iowa, earning honorable mention All-Big Ten Conference honors as a senior. He was named Academic All-Big Ten in his last three seasons in college. Kreiter attended Central High School in DeWitt, Iowa, where competed in wrestling, baseball and track and field.
Kreiter is the 11th free agent who played for another team in 2019 who has signed with the Giants. The others are cornerback James Bradberry (Carolina), linebackers Blake Martinez and Kyler Fackrell (both Green Bay), tight ends Levine Toilolo (San Francisco) and Eric Tomlinson (Oakland), tackle Cam Fleming (Dallas), safety/special teams standout Nate Ebner (New England), quarterback Colt McCoy (Washington), defensive lineman Austin Johnson (Tennessee) and Lewis.
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