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Giants sign WR Cody Latimer, CB B.W. Webb, and DE Kerry Wynn


The Giants have made several roster moves - signing Cody Latimer and B.W. Webb - plus re-signing Kerry Wynn:

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - The Giants' offseason overhaul continued today when they added two players who previously played for other teams and retained one of their own.

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The returning player is defensive end Kerry Wynn, while the newcomers are wide receiver Cody Latimer and cornerback B.W. Webb.

Wynn has played four seasons for the Giants since joining the team in 2014 as a rookie free agent from Richmond.

The 6-5, 264-pounder has played in 49 regular-season games with 10 starts. His career totals include 91 tackles (58 solo), 3.0 sacks, three fumble recoveries, one forced fumble and a fumble recovery. Wynn had one tackle in the 2016 NFL Wild Card Game.

In 2017, Wynn played in 15 games with three starts at right defensive end when Olivier Vernon was sidelined with an ankle injury. He was inactive for the Nov. 5 game vs. the Rams after suffering his own ankle injury. He finished the season with 14 tackles (10 solo) and 1.0 sack (vs. Detroit on Sept. 18). He also had five special teams tackles.

Latimer, 6-2 and 215 pounds, played his first four NFL seasons for the Denver Broncos. He played in 45 regular-season games with three starts and had 35 receptions for 445 yards (12.7-yard avg.) and three touchdowns. Latimer also averaged 24.4 yards on 18 kickoff returns.

Latimer had three receptions in three postseason games when the 2015 Broncos won Super Bowl 50.

In 2017, Latimer played in 11 games, starting one. He finished with career-high totals of 19 receptions, 287 yards and two touchdowns. Latimer missed three games early in the season with patella tendinitis in his right knee and the season's final two contests with a thigh injury.

Latimer was selected by Denver in the second round of the 2014 NFL Draft, the 56th overall choice. At Indiana University, he caught 135 passes for 2,042 yards and 17 touchdowns.

Webb, 5-11 and 190 pounds, did not play in a regular-season game in 2017. He was on the Cleveland Browns' roster for one game in December but was inactive.

From 2013-16, Webb was a member of four teams in four seasons. He played 15 games his rookie season for the Dallas Cowboys, who selected him on the fourth round of the 2013 draft (114th overall) out of William & Mary. He was credited with 12 tackles (nine solo) and four special teams tackles that season.

Webb was waived at the end of training camp in 2014 and was awarded to the Pittsburgh Steelers, for whom he played 11 games (plus one postseason game). He had two special teams tackles.

Released again at the final cutdown, Webb was signed to the Tennessee Titans' practice squad on Sept. 9, 2015, and to their active roster on Nov. 7.  He played in nine games with two starts for the Titans and finished with 22 tackles (20 solo). He picked up his first career interception (off Drew Brees at New Orleans on Nov. 8).

Webb was released by the Titans on Sept. 2, 2016, and signed with the New Orleans Saints 11 days later. He played in 14 games with eight starts for the Saints and finished the season with career-high totals of 30 tackles (25 solo) and an interception.

Last year, Webb was with the Chicago Bears in training camp and the Browns in December. He was released by Cleveland on March 15.

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