EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – The Giants announced today they have signed tackle Isaiah Wilson, a former first-round draft choice, to their practice squad.
Wilson, 6-7 and 330 pounds, was the 29th overall selection in the 2020 NFL Draft by the Tennessee Titans. As a rookie, he played just three snaps on offense and one on special teams, at Indianapolis on Nov. 29.
On March 9, Wilson and a 2022 seventh-round draft choice were traded to the Miami Dolphins for a 2021 seventh-round selection. Wilson was waived by the Dolphins on March 20.
Wilson has had off-the-field issues and was suspended by the Titans for one game last season.
The Giants' offensive line has been unsettled early this season. They started three different line combinations in their first three games and could start a fourth on Sunday when they will try to win for the first time this season in New Orleans.
Wilson was teammates with Giants linebacker and 2021 second-round draft choice Azeez Ojulari, 2020 first-round draft choice tackle Andrew Thomas, 2020 seventh-round selection linebacker Tae Crowder and 2018 third-round draft choice linebacker Lorenzo Carter at the University of Georgia.
Wilson redshirted at Georgia in 2017 before playing in 25 games with 24 starts at right tackle in 2018-19.
A Brooklyn native, Wilson was a Parade All-America honorable mention at Poly Prep Country Day School.
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