Today the New York Giants had one of their busiest days in some time. They worked out a deal for Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Keith Rivers for a 5th rounder and signed offensive linemen Sean Locklear. But their work wasn't near done.
The Giants worked out former Don Bosco standout Matt Simms as well as Rutgers wide receiver Mohamed Sanu.
Sanu is projected to be a 2nd or 3rd round selection this April after a solid career at Rutgers. The Giants attended his pro day and continued to do their due diligence and brought him in for a workout today according to Mike Garafolo.
Simms spent some time at junior college before transferring into Tennessee where he started a number of games over the course of the past two seasons. He is the son of former Giants great Phil Simms.
There will be more workouts for the team later this week.
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