In addition to signing both tight end Chase Clement and linebacker Kyle Bosworth on Wednesday, the New York Giants also worked out a number of other players, including veteran fullbacks Mike Cox (Atlanta Falcons) and Tony Fiammetta (New England Patriots).
Fiammetta, the more well-known of the two, was originally a fourth-round draft pick of the Carolina Panthers in the 2009 NFL Draft. He spent two seasons with Carolina before moving onto the Dallas Cowboys (2011) and, finally, the New England Patriots (2012).
Cox, meanwhile, was signed as an undrafted rookie free agent by the Kansas City Chiefs in 2008. He would remain with the team until 2011 when he signed with the Atlanta Falcons, where he would remain throughout the 2012 season.
Although neither player was immediately signed after their workout, you can't help but think of the endless one-liners Joe Buck could pull out of his hat with Mike Cox blocking for Michael Cox.
There has also been no word on who the other players were who worked out on Wednesday.
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