Matt Peart is reinstated from the Giants' PUP list

By Babita Singh

The Giants officially took OT Matt Peart off the PUP list, which is of particular note.

After suffering an ACL tear last December against the Philadelphia Eagles, Peart is now able to play again.

Peart's return should strengthen the Giants offensive line while RT Evan Neal makes his recovery.

There are 10 offensive lineman on the Giants' roster right now, and OG Shane Lemieux will shortly be activated.

The Giants have promoted DL Mondeaux and TE Lawrence Cager from the practise squad as well.

The loss of DL Nick Williams and TE Daniel Bellinger has strained the Giants depth along the defensive line and at tight end, and they needed reinforcements.

Despite losing starting safety and defensive signal caller Xavier McKinney, the Giants did not take any action to bolster their safety position.

Prior to this week, the Giants announced that Julian Love would don the green dot and take up McKinney's responsibilities for communicating the defensive playcall onto the field.

American football offensive tackle Matthew Peart, of Jamaican descent, plays for the National Football League's New York Giants (NFL).

The physically unable to perform (PUP) list is for athletes who are entering training camp with football-related injuries.

Players on the PUP list are permitted to attend meetings and use team resources, but they are not permitted to practise.

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