Giants re-sign former Eagles C Dallas Reynolds


The Giants will bring back Dallas Reynolds just in time to play his former team on Sunday.

The Giants made a move on Thursday to add depth to their offensive line, following the placement of David Baas on injured reserve. New York has re-signed former Eagles center Dallas Reynolds in time for Sunday's game in Philadelphia, according to Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News. Reynolds was initially signed by the Giants on Oct. 1, but was waived just four days later and failed to appear in any games for New York.

Reynolds was in training camp with the Eagles under first-year head coach Chip Kelly, so he understands Philadelphia's offense. His limited experience with Kelly may help in game-planning for the Eagles. Prior to Kelly's arrival, Reynolds had been with the Eagles since 2009. He started 14 games for Philadelphia last season and was a fixture of their practice squad for years. The new regime released Reynolds during final cuts in August.

The Eagles will host the Giants on Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field on Fox at 1 p.m. ET.

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