EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – The Giants today added two players to their practice squad, including an offensive lineman with 51 career regular-season starts.
Matt Skura is the third lineman to join the team this week after Billy Price and Ben Bredeson were added to the active roster. Bredeson practiced today, while Price will join the Giants on the field next week.
The other newcomer is tight end Chris Myarick.
Skura, 6-3 and 313 pounds, played the four seasons with the Baltimore Ravens and was released Monday by the Miami Dolphins.
He was signed by the Ravens as an undrafted free agent in 2016 and spent that entire season on Baltimore's practice squad. Skura made his NFL debut the following year when he started 12 games at right guard. In 2018, he started all 17 games, including one in the postseason, at center. In the last two seasons, he played in 28 regular-season and postseason games with 20 starts at center and three as an extra tight end.
Skura signed with the Dolphins as a free agent on March 19. He played in all three of Miami's preseason games, including a start at center last Sunday at Cincinnati.
Skura was a four-year letterman who started 40 consecutive games at center at Duke. As a senior in 2015, he was selected first-team All-ACC and second-team All-America.
Myarick, 6-5 and 261 pounds, also arrives form the Dolphins, who waived him on Tuesday. He played three games for Miami in 2020 but did not have a catch. In 2019, he signed as an undrafted rookie and spent the entire season on the Dolphins' practice squad.
At Temple University, played in 43 games with 25 starts and had 23 receptions for 229 yards and one touchdown.
View photos of the New York Giants 2021 practice squad as it currently stands.