EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – The Giants announced this afternoon that they have signed veteran center Joe Looney, their third acquisition of the day.
They previously brought in linebacker Todd Davis and wide receiver Damion Willis.
Looney, 6-3 and 315 pounds, is entering his ninth NFL season. He has played in 104 regular-season games with 42 starts for San Francisco, Tennessee and Dallas, with whom he spent the previous five seasons – the first four under coach Jason Garrett, who is currently the Giants' offensive coordinator.
Looney has also played in three postseason games with two starts.
In 2020, Looney played in 13 games with 12 starts – 11 at center and one at right guard. It was the first season he did not play a full 16-game season since 2015, his lone season with the Tennessee Titans.
Looney entered the NFL as a 2012 fourth-round draft choice by the 49ers, from Wake Forest.
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