Daniel Jones, Golden Tate post messages to health care workers and first responders:
On Monday, the Giants released the following statement as the world continues to monitor the developments of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak:
"As an update to the operational policies we put in place on March 12, at the close of business on Friday (March 20), we closed our facility, the Quest Diagnostics Training Center, until further notice. We will continue to work remotely, as most of the organization has done for the past 10 days.
"Again, our concern is for the well-being of those in our organization, our staff and players, our fans and the communities in which we all live."
Over the weekend, quarterback Daniel Jones and wide receiver Golden Tate posted special messages for health care workers and first responders.
Reports: Giants agree to terms with RB Dion Lewis
The Giants and running back Dion Lewis have reached an agreement on a one-year contract, according to multiple reports.
Lewis, 5-8 and 195 pounds, has played seven NFL seasons for Philadelphia 2011-12), New England (2015-17) and Tennessee (2018-19). He did not play in the 2013-14 seasons.
Giants coach Joe Judge was the Patriots' special teams coordinator when Lewis was in New England.
View photos of running back Dion Lewis.
Lewis is the eighth free agent that played for another team in 2019 that has reportedly agreed to terms with the Giants.
The others are:
Reports: Giants agree to terms with WR Corey Coleman
The Giants and wide receiver Corey Coleman have reached an agreement on a one-year contract, according to a report by Jordan Raanan of ESPN.
Coleman, a 5-11, 185-pounder, is entering his fifth NFL season and third with the Giants. He missed the entire 2019 season after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament in the first full-squad training camp practice on July 25. Coleman was placed on injured reserve two days later.
A 2016 first-round draft choice by the Cleveland Browns, Coleman joined the Giants' practice squad on Oct. 18, 2018 and was signed to the active roster one week later. He played in eight games with one start - Dec. 23 at Indianapolis – and caught five passes for 71 yards, with a long reception of 30 yards. Coleman also led the 2018 Giants with 23 kickoff returns for 598 yards (26.0-yard avg), with a long of 51 yards and had one punt return for 19 yards.
Coleman has played in 27 regular-season games with 19 starts for the Browns and the Giants. His career totals include 61 catches for 789 yards (12.9-yard avg.) and five touchdowns. Coleman also has three rushing attempts for 15 yards, 23 kickoff returns for 589 yards (26.0-yard avg.) and two punt returns for 19 yards.
View photos of wide receiver Corey Coleman.
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