Updated 12:45 p.m. with additional transactions announced by the club.
The New York Giants signed cornerback Chris Lewis-Harris, a player who took part in their rookie minicamp over the weekend as a tryout candidate. To make room for Lewis-Harris, the team waived cornerback C.J. Goodwin, whom they had been awarded off waivers from the Arizona Cardinals on May 2.
The 29-year-old Lewis-Harris has played in 33 games over his career, with stints with the Bengals and Ravens. Before being signed by the Giants, he had been with the Broncos, who released him shortly after the 2017 season began.
Lewis-Harris’ agency, Goal Line Football, announced the pending transaction Sunday. The NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport identified Goodwin as the player whose roster spot Lewis-Harris is taking. The Giants have since confirmed that transaction as well as several others.
The team announced it has waived cornerback Brandon Dizon, who started the final five games fro them last year; offensive tackle Adam Bisowaty, their sixth-round pick in 2016; linebacker Derrick Matthews; tight end Stephen Baggett and cornerback Bryon Field.
They’ve added guard Chris Scott, who has played in 45 regular-season and six postseason games over his career; guard Malcolm Bunche; receiver Alonzo Russell; defensive back Mike ones of Temple and running back Robert Martin of Rutgers.