The Giants made a couple roster moves heading into Week 13 as they added free agent CB Darryl Morris, and promoted CB Brandon Dixon from the practice squad.
Morris is in his fifth season in the NFL, and the Giants now marks his fourth team since entering the league. The 5-foot-10, 190 pound corner has played in 48 career games, including three starts for the 49ers, Texans, and Colts. With the Colts last season, he totaled a career-high 34 tackles while starting in two games.
The 27-year-old has 73 career tackles, two interceptions, and 12 passes defended in his career.
Dixon has been on the Giants' practice squad since Oct. 12. Previously, he played for the Buccaneers in 2014, totaling eight tackles and an interception in 14 games.
The former sixth-round pick by the Jets back in 2014, Dixon was with the Saints' practice squad all last season. Through his career, he has bounced around practice squads, including the Seahawks, Patriots, Colts, and the Steelers, who released him on Sept. 2.
The Giants also signed CB Jeremiah McKinnon to their practice squad. He signed with the Cowboys as a rookie free agent last season, but was cut at the end of training camp. He eventually signed with the Titans' practice squad for the last six weeks of the season. This season, he was with the Redskins before getting cut at the end of camp.