The New York Giants made several roster moves Tuesday.
The team announced the signings of wide receiver Hunter Sharp and offensive lineman Damien Mama to the active roster. Tight end Ryan O’Malley and defensive back Tim Scott were signed to the practice squad.
Sharp, a 2016 undrafted free agent out of Utah State, initially signed with the Philadelphia Eagles but was released during training camp. Sharp then signed with the Denver Broncos. He has primarily been a practice squad player with only one appearance in a regular season game. Sharp was active for the Broncos’ Week 7 21-0 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers but didn’t record a reception.
Mama is a 2017 undrafted free agent who played collegiately at USC. He signed with the Kansas City Chiefs but was waived during the final preseason cuts. Mama signed to the Chiefs practice squad but hasn’t appeared in an NFL game. Mama, who is 6-foot-3, 342 pounds, decided to turn pro after his junior year. He was a Second-team All-Pac 12 selection in his final college season as part of an offensive line that allowed just 12 sacks in 13 games.
O’Malley is a 2016 undrafted free agent out of the University of Pennsylvania. He spent last season with the Oakland Raiders, appearing in one game. After signing a reserve/future contract with Oakland, O’Malley was released during the final preseason cuts. He signed with the Buffalo Bills practice squad on Oct. 10 and released three weeks later.
Scott is a 2015 undrafted free agent from the University of North Carolina. He spent 2015 on the Dallas Cowboys and Cleveland Browns’ practice squads. Scott wasn’t an NFL roster or practice squad in 2016. He signed with the Washington Redskins at the start of training camp but was released after the first game. Scott then signed with the Giants, eventually making his way to the practice squad. He was on the active roster for the Week 9 loss to the Los Angeles Rams and released two days later.
Sharp and Mama will be eligible to play in Sunday’s divisional showdown against the Eagles at MetLife Stadium.