The Giants promoted wide receiver Corey Coleman from the practice squad on Thursday to take the place of defensive tackle Damon Harrison on the active roster, the team announced.
The 24-year-old Coleman, a former first-round pick, joined New York's practice squad last week after he spent brief stints with the Buffalo Bills during training camp and the New England Patriots' practice squad last month.
In two years since being the No. 15 pick, Coleman has totaled 56 catches for 718 yards and five touchdowns, including 305 receiving yards and two touchdowns in nine games last season.
Though he has yet to appear in a game this season, he joins a receiving corps that already features Odell Beckham Jr. and Sterling Shepard, and a passing attack that ranks 12th in passing yards per game.
New York, at 1-6 and tied for the worst record in the NFL, had an open spot on its 53-man roster when it made its trade of Harrison official on Thursday. The Giants dealt Harrison to the Detroit Lions for a fifth-round pick in 2019.