C.J. Board can contribute to the Giants’ passing game
The New York Giants still need to find a number one receiver, but on Friday they at least made sure they will have depth at the position.
Jordan Raanan of ESPN reported that the Giants are re-signing wide receiver C.J. Board to a one-year contract.
As Raanan pointed out, some late season production from Board showed the Giants that he still has some potential and could still develop into more of a contributor.
The 27 year-old Board suffered a scary injury early on this past season, but was able to recover and come back. He fortunately only ended up with a concussion, but the fear was that he also suffered a serious neck injury and that was not the case.
Board played his college ball at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and went undrafted in 2017. He ended up signing with the Baltimore Ravens and also spent time in 2017 with the Tennessee Titans and Cleveland Browns. He then played for the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2018 and has been with the Giants since 2020.
Board was going to be a restricted free agent, but now of course he won’t be going anywhere for the next year.
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