The Giants today signed wide receiver Isaiah Hodgins, who was set to become an exclusive rights free agent.
After being awarded to the Giants on waivers on November 2, one day after being released by the Buffalo Bills, Hodgins arrived in East Rutherford with just 20 offensive snaps and four receptions under his belt across two games.
Despite playing only eight regular-season games for the Giants, the 24-year-old was tied for the most receiving touchdowns on the team with four to go with his 33 receptions for 351 yards.
The 6-foot-4, 210-pound receiver finished the regular season on a high note, catching a touchdown pass in four of his last five games. He then erupted for eight receptions, 105 yards and another touchdown in the team's Super Wild Card Weekend win over the Vikings.
Hodgins was originally a sixth-round pick (No. 207 overall) by the Bills in the 2020 NFL Draft after three seasons at Oregon State. He was named Second-Team All-Pac-12 following his junior campaign in which he caught 86 passes for 1,171 yards and 13 touchdowns.