The New York Giants claimed wide receiver Isaiah Hodgins off waivers from the Buffalo Bills, who originally selected the Oregon State product in the sixth round of the 2020 NFL Draft.
The 6-foot-4, 210-pound Hodgins has played in three career games, including two this season. Hodgins joined the Bills when Giants general manager Joe Schoen and coach Brian Daboll were on staff as Buffalo's assistant general manager and offensive coordinator, respectively.
Hodgins played in 34 games, making 27 starts, at Oregon State, where his 176 receptions ranked sixth in program history. His 2,322 receiving yards were good for seventh all-time there, and his 20 touchdowns were tied for second. Hodgins was a Biletnikoff Award (nation's top receiver) semifinalist in 2019.
The Bills released Hodgins on Nov. 1.
View photos from the first half of the season as the Giants entered the bye at 6-2, their best start since 2012.