With Sterling Shepard currently in concussion protocol and questionable for Sunday's game against the Bills, the Giants made a move to shore up his spot on the roster.
T.J. Jones, who was a standout receiver with the Giants this preseason, is back with Big Blue, according to NorthJersey.com's Art Stapleton.
This isn't the first time Jones was brought in after injuries struck the Giants. With Golden Tate's suspension, Corey Coleman's ACL tear and Shepard dealing with a thumb injury previously, Jones came into Giants training camp to add more depth. And he made the best of the opportunity.
Jones played in all four preseason games, and hauled in 12 receptions on 18 targets for 146 yards and two touchdowns. He was also used on special teams with nine punt returns and three kick returns.
The 26-year-old has four years of NFL experience with the Lions before joining the Giants, and Tate gave him his stamp of approval when he came in as well. So this is a good depth option for the Giants to use with Shepard looking like he'll be on the shelf when Buffalo comes to MetLife Stadium.