The New York Giants signed veteran wide receiver Marcus Johnson to their practice squad. Johnson, 6-1 and 207 pounds, has played in 41 games with 12 starts in his career, recording 51 catches for 839 yards (16.5 yards per catch) and three touchdowns.
In a corresponding move, the Giants released wide receiver C.J. Board from their practice squad.
Originally signed by the Eagles as an undrafted free agent in 2016, Johnson was traded twice in a six-month span in 2018, first to the Seahawks and then to the Colts. Johnson played last season with Tennessee, where he caught nine passes for 160 yards (with a long of 50 yards) in seven games with three starts. The University of Texas product also returned a career-high nine kickoffs with a long of 31 yards. Johnson spent the 2022 offseason with the 49ers, who released him on Aug. 30.
View photos of the New York Giants' 2022 roster as it currently stands.