The Giants have elevated quarterback Davis Webb and defensive tackle Jack Heflin from the practice squad for the regular season finale against the Philadelphia Eagles.
This is the third time Webb has been brought up from the practice squad this season. He was elevated for the Week 5 game against the Green Bay Packers and the Week 15 matchup against the Washington Commanders.
"I thought you saw it in the preseason. He's done a nice job there," offensive coordinator Mike Kafka said this week about Webb. "Getting the ball out of his hands. Really taking control of the offense, he has such a great demeanor in the huddle, he has a great demeanor on the field and command of the offense. I think those are some of his biggest attributes for sure."
The veteran quarterback has appeared in one game since entering the NFL in 2017 and has yet to register a pass attempt.
Meanwhile, Sunday will be Heflin's first game with the Giants. In four games with the Green Bay Packers last season, the 24-year-old registered one tackle.
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