EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) A reclamation project off the waiver wire is galvanizing the New York Giants' beleaguered offensive line.
Just two weeks ago, Jamon Brown thought he was without a job. He was released by the Los Angeles Rams on Oct. 31 after spending the better part of four years with the team. Brown, a guard for the Rams who started all 16 games and a playoff game in 2017, was on the waiver wire.
"That was definitely disappointing," Brown said. "I didn't see it coming."